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What Differentiates Dr. Weiner from the Majority of Other Filler and Botox/Dysport Providers

Dr. Weiner is Board Certified in Facial Plastic Surgery and is an expert on the anatomy of the face. He trained, and was a faculty member, at the number one rated Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery Department in the country at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. He started injecting Botox in 1994. His initial uses for Botox …

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The best way to get your lips augmented…Hyaluronic Acid Fillers using Blunt Cannulas

Lip augmentation has received a lot of press over the past couple years and its been mostly bad.  That’s because most physicians either overfill the lips or don’t understand what makes lips attractive and natural appearing.  In addition, most patients equate lip augmentation to severe pain and several days of downtime with bruising and swelling. …

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The Combination of Sculptra and Ulthera is better than a Facelift and here’s why!

  Dr. Weiner answers questions about Ulthera Dr. Weiner answers questions about Sculptra Let me first explain that I’m a Facial Plastic Surgeon, trained at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.  I  “laid down my scalpel” in 2005 and since then, have devoted my practice solely to noninvasive and minimally invasive cosmetic procedures.  The public has demanded …

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Blunt Tipped Micro Cannulas are “the bomb” for dermal fillers – Dr. Steve Weiner

About 2 years ago, I had one of those “AHA” moments when I saw a physician from France demonstrate the use of blunt cannulas for injecting dermal fillers.  Since then, I have hardly used the traditional needle method for fillers and my patients love it.  I have become one of the strongest advocates of this …

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After years of evaluating Sculptra, “I’m a believer”.

  Dr. Weiner answers questions about Sculptra DR WEINER IS NOW A PHYSICIAN TRAINER FOR ADVANCED SCULPTRA INJECTION TECHNIQUES Sculptra is a unique facial filler. It uses the body’s own collagen to create volume to the aging face. It is made up of Poly L Lactic acid, which is broken down to lactic acid, a …

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