Tag Archives: jawline

Dr. Weiner’s New Treatment for the Aging Neck – “TriNECKta”

The aging phenomenon affects all the areas of the face and body. Sun exposed areas will be most affected due to the collagen destroying effects of UVA and UVB light. Dr. Weiner has developed a technique which addresses many different aspects of the aging neck, and, better yet, it’s all minimally invasive. Pigmentation Hyperpigmentation is …

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Top 5 Procedures to Improve Your Jawline in 2019

It appears that 2019 is the “Year of the Jawline”.  A strong jawline is interpreted as a characteristic of strength, beauty, virility, and power. In a study of S&P 500 CEO’s, 95% were considered to have a well defined jawline.  With advances in aesthetic technology and techniques, achieving that perfect profile is becoming easier, with …

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The Genius is Truly a Huge Step Forward for RF Microneedling

The initial studies of radiofrequency microneedling (RFM) were performed by Hantash et al. in 2009. What Hantash was able to demonstrate was that RFM produced a fractionated radiofrequency thermal zone (RTZ) with coagulated tissue surrounded by normal tissue. Overtime, multiple growth factors and inflammatory components led to complete replacement of the RTZ with neocollagenesis and …

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The Jawline – Beauty, Differences Between the Sexes, Aging, and Correction (reJAWvenation)

Nefertiti was recognized for her crisp jawline and smooth neck. Her bust is one of the most famous of the ancient Egyptian sculptures. A razor sharp jawline and well defined ascending ramus (or gonial angle) are hallmarks of beauty, both male and female. Jowling, submental fullness, blunting of the gonial angle, and an irregular jawline …

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3 Year Experience with Infini – High Intensity Focused Radiofrequency

It’s been a little over 3 years since the Infini was introduced in the United States in August, 2013 by Lutronic. It was developed in Korea, and had been used in the prior 2 years in Asia and Europe. Infini brought a significant evolutionary change to treating the skin with radiofrequency (RF). Although RF has …

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Ulthera (Ultherapy) Questions Answered by Steven Weiner, MD, Facial Plastic Surgeon

Q: Is it okay to use hand held tightening devices for the face after ultherapy? A: Hand held tightening devices can be used after Ulthera, but waste of time and money Hand held devices for skin tightening do very little. You are better off to save the money for skin care products, dermal fillers, or …

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Juvederm Questions Answered by Facial Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Steve Weiner

  Q: Is there any other option than Hyaluronidase to immediately reverse botched Juverderm injections to the lip? A: Hyaluronidase is the easiest solution for improving botched lip injections with Juvederm There really is no other great alternative to hyaluronidase.  It my hands, it quickly, sometimes within  minutes, dissolves the HA fillers like Juvederm, Restylane, …

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Tired of All the Injections…Time to Consider Bellafill, a Permanent Dermal Filler

The aging face is the summation of several different factors.  Skin pigmentation (hyperpigmentation, solar lentigos) and textural changes (wrinkles, pores) are the results of accumulated UV damage (sun damage), age related tissue changes (loss of collagen, thinning dermis) and over-activity of the facial muscles.  These skin issues can be improved with lasers, chemical peels, neuromodulators …

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How to improve your melasma

Melasma is skin pigment disorder (hyperpigmentation) which occurs in patches, which is often caused by fluctuations in hormones.  It occurs mostly in females, most commonly affects the cheeks, forehead, nose, jawline, and upper lip.  When associated with pregnancy it is called Chloasma, “mask of pregnancy”.  It is exacerbated by oral contraceptives and exposure to sunlight …

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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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