Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Great new non-surgical technology is now available in our office.

A patient recently sent me a copy of a British newspaper called the Daily Mail. They interviewed some of Europe’s leading cosmetic surgeons. Here are some excerpts from what they had to say:

First, Dr. Jean-Louis Sebagh – he is the Botox “king” of England and is credited with popularizing Botox in the UK. He obviously uses a lot of Botox and his favorite fillers are the hyaluronic fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm. Of the newer technologies, he really thinks the pro fractional treatments, which remodel the dermis, may be as important and popular as Botox.

We now offer pro fractional treatments.

A series of pro fractional treatments can bring long term benefits to remodeling the dermis which is just below the surface.

Dr. Mike Comins, one of the noted British cosmetic surgeons, is also very excited about fraxel resurfacing. The downtime is minimal as compared to standard CO2 resurfacing which can take weeks to heal, not to mention the weeks or months for the redness to fade. He also likes short term dermal fillers like Restylane and Juvederm.

Also Dr. Nick Lowe, a dermatologist with offices in London and L.A. (how’s that? I guess I should open a clinic in say, Paris? Rome?) favors “combination therapy.” This consists of laser treatments, including fractionated, along with Botox.

We encourage anyone who has an interested in fillers to inquire by calling me at 239-939-5233 or by using the "Ask The Doctor" form on our Web site. For more general information about plastic surgery, visit my web site at http://www.Beauty-by-Brueck.com .

As a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, I can advise you concerning all the options based on your personal needs, condition and goals. Initial consultations, of course, are without charge.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Would you define and give details on the pro fractional treatments?
And Paris or Rome -- you couldn't go wrong with either!

January 30, 2008 at 10:17 AM  

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