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50+ and Fabulous: Three Non-Surgical Procedures Effectively Reverse the Signs of Aging
Date:4/23/2010

Coolaser™, Radiesse Injections and Other Dermal Fillers Help Women in Their Prime Enhance and Restore Their Appearance, and Turn Back the Hands of Time

Los Angeles, Calif. (PRWEB) April 23, 2010 -- For women who want to reverse the signs of aging without surgery, Epione recommends Coolaser™, Radiesse® injections and other dermal fillers to achieve a younger, more radiant and more refreshed skin. These non-invasive, age-defying procedures have been used to effectively reduce the appearance of wrinkles, nasolabial lines and sun damage, and restore youth to aging hands.

“Epione offers a number of procedures and treatments for women who want to take a more proactive approach to aging gracefully,” said Dr. Simon Ourian, medical director, Epione Beverly Hills. “Plastic surgery isn’t always necessary. There are many non-surgical procedures that can help you achieve the look that you desire.”

Epione Beverly Hills is one of the most comprehensive and state-of-the-art laser and aesthetic surgery centers in the nation. The center caters to the needs of men and women of all ages, including women in the prime of their life who want to enhance or maintain their appearance. Among this segment of Epione’s clientele, Coolaser™, Radiesse injections and other dermal fillers are three of the most in-demand procedures for combating the signs of aging.

Coolaser™ is ideal for eliminating wrinkles and treating sun damage and sunspots. After a cooling procedure, a series of light pulses are flashed on the surface of the skin. When skin cells absorb the light, superficial cells are vaporized, effectively removing damaged skin. In most cases, the procedure can be done in under an hour, with little recovery time.

Dermal fillers are effective in reducing the appearance of static wrinkles, which are visible when the face
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