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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE NEW FDA APPROVAL FOR JUVEDERM VOLUMA XC

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Posted by 09.13.19

In addition to the dizzying array of available hyaluronic acid injectable fillers, the means in which they are injected continue to expand as well. Although a pointy needle may be the first tool that comes to mind for injecting fillers, it’s worth getting familiar with the cannula. This alternative injection tool is a thin, flexible tube with a blunt tip that is inserted into an entry site created with a needle, and then used to place the filler. Many physicians prefer a cannula for filler injections because this tool slides through the skin more easily, potentially reducing the trauma that can lead to swelling, bruising and other issues—and Allergan/Abbvie’s Juvéderm’s Voluma XC is the

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THE NEW WAY TO HAVE RESTYLANE LYFT VIA CANNULA

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Posted by 12.06.18

As injectable fillers themselves continue to improve, so do injection techniques. A syringe with a needle has long been doctors’ go-to implement for filling lines, restoring facial volume and enhancing the lips, but injection via cannula has gained momentum—and Galderma’s Restylane Lyft has joined Restylane Silk as the second hyaluronic acid filler approved for injection with this tool.

Dermatologist Dr. Anne Chapas of Union Square Laser Dermatology in New York City explains, “A cannula does not have a sharply pointed tip like a needle, the tip is more like a ballpoint pen. Instead of tearing or puncturing tissues, the cannula glides through the tissue causing less trauma. Patients

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MIRVASO IS HERE AND ROSACEA IS NERVOUS

Posted by 09.18.13

Flushing, blushing, red cheeks, and flare-ups—these are just some of the things that people with rosacea have to cope with on a regular basis. Topical treatments generally address the inflammation and the lesions associated with rosacea, but now there is a new option specifically formulated to treat the redness and flushing. Galderma Laboratories Mirvaso® (brimonidine) topical gel, 0.33% for the topical treatment of the facial erythema (redness) of rosacea in adults 18 years of age or older just received the official nod from the FDA late last month. Applied once daily, Mirvaso reduces the redness of rosacea and will help keep your face clear up to 12 hours.

“The new FDA approved dru

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