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Irvine Dermatologist Begins In-office Clinical Studies -- Nissan Pilest, MD Combines Multi-Use Botox in Laser Resurfacing Clinical Studies
Date:1/3/2009

he one I would choose without a moment's hesitation is Botox. I've been heard to say Botox is magic many times and why do I say that? Simply because it is. Nothing so simple can produce the same kind of solutions for so many problems. Having it as a support treatment for laser resurfacing is proving to elevate the laser's problem-solving ability."

Botox started out some years ago as a treatment for eyelid spasm. When it was discovered that the tiny toxin also relaxed frown lines, its cosmetic use took flight. Today, Botox has uses that defy what anyone would have guessed.

Here is a running list of Botox use (though not all physicians are experienced enough to use the toxin in all the locations listed below)

  • Frown Lines and Worry Lines
  • Crows' Feet
  • Asymmetrical Brow
  • Chemical Brow Lift (A favorite)
  • Bunny Lines
  • Drooping Nose Tip
  • Gummy Smile
  • Downturned Mouth Corner ("Sad Smile"}
  • Neck Bands
  • Chin Scrunch
  • Jowl Softening
  • Vertical Lip Lines
  • Excessive Sweating
  • Enhanced Wound Healing and Scar Prevention
  • New medical use in migraine, back pain and TML

Used along with fillers, Dr. Pilest finds that Botox also tends to typically prolong the effects of the dermal fillers by restricting muscle activity that drives filler component breakdown.

Dr. Pilest enthuses, "For a fast, simple and practically painless injection procedure, the benefits patients see from Botox are some of the most satisfying and predictable."

Clinical study patients will receive Botox about 7 days prior to laser treatments. The Fraxel CO2 Re:pair laser treatm
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