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Date:6/17/2009

Doctors at Allure Medical Spa Are First in Michigan to Use Dysport

SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich., June 17 /PRNewswire --The rumor has been out for a while that the new product, recently FDA approved Dysport(R), could give Botox(R) Cosmetic its first ever competition in the fight against wrinkles. While the jury is still out on this, Dr. Mok of Allure Medical Spa, in Shelby Township, is the first medical office in Michigan to use this new wrinkle relaxer. Because Dr. Mok is one of Michigan's top injectors of Restylane(R) and Perlane(R), FDA approved wrinkle fillers designed to restore volume to facial wrinkles and folds to give a more youthful appearance, manufactured by the same company; he is the first to receive the product for use in his office.

"The three most common cosmetic concerns we see in our practice, in order, are wrinkles, wrinkles, and wrinkles," says Dr. Charles Mok of Allure Medical Spa in Shelby Township, a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. Dr. Mok continues, "Wrinkles around the eyes convey anger, fatigue and stress, even when you feel great. Dysport(R) is a five minute procedure that is completely safe and helps you look youthful, relaxed, and feel better about yourself." Many of Dr. Moks' patients have heard the buzz about this new product and are excited to be able to try it first hand.

"People would constantly ask me if I was upset or angry, or they would tell me that I looked tired, and that the crease between my eyes made me look stressed. Now, they just say, I look younger every time they see me, which is not only great, but the way I feel!" says Natalie, a 45 year old mother of 4. Until now, the only way to effectively treat frown lines and crow's feet, without surgery, involved the use of Botox(R). Now, Dysport(R) is another safe, non surgical option. This is an FDA approved medication that can be used for a variety of wrinkles. It is injected with a needle the size of a human eyelash. The effects are reported to occur in as little as 2 days, and this wrinkle relaxer can last up to 6 months.

About Allure Medical Spa

Dr. Charles Mok D.O. and Dr. Brett Kotlus M.D. of Allure Medical Spa and Michigan Cosmetic Surgery Center offer free consultations in their offices located at 8180 26 Mile Road, Suite 104, Shelby Township, Michigan, to individuals who think they may benefit or want additional information on the new exciting product, Dysport. You can also find out more information about this unique procedure by visiting www.alluremedicalspa.com. Allure Medical Spa is one of the first Medical Spas of its kind in the United States, offering surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures.


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