Modern Medicine: New Practices And Technology With Dr. Fiorillo
Posted December 07, 2021 in Plastic Surgery News, by Dr. Fiorillo
Many people rely on cosmetic procedures such as Botox to smooth away lines and wrinkles. There are new options constantly appearing on the market. Fortunately, with new research and techniques in our vast market of cosmetic surgery, Restylane-L and Perlane-L are two new injectable fillers that have recently been approved by the FDA. These fillers are considered to be the latest cosmetic fix for the new generation of people who rely on Botox and other cosmetic fillers. They are less painful, and it takes less time for local anaesthetics to work properly and to take effect.
Dr. Fiorillo’s Expertise with Fillers
Dr. Michael Fiorillo is a board-certified and world renowned plastic surgeon. He has earned a reputation with his clients for being professional and sensitive to his patient’s needs. Dr. Fiorillo has also earned him the distinction of a Titanium Level Injector for Medicis Aesthetics, which is the manufacturer for Restylane and Perlane. He has extensive experience with using fillers, in addition to performing many other cosmetic procedures. With these new injectable fillers, patients can take comfort in the fact that they can now smooth away lines and wrinkles with this less painful new filler.
As an advocate of Dysport over Botox, Dr. Fiorillo sees results faster and last longer with new and improved practices. Targeting the most problematic skin areas, Dysport is considered an improvement to Botox.
Benefit from the Latest Plastic Surgery Developments
We understand that your skin requires infinite care and support, and Dr. Fiorillo and his staff can accommodate your desires and needs with cosmetic and plastic surgery. With up to date practices, modern technology and medicine, you can now get the smooth and wrinkle-free skin you have always wanted, without the pain!
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