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Dr. Alexander Rivkin's Pioneering Non-Surgical Nose and Eye Transformations Are Making Headlines and May Be Permanent Solutions
Date:5/18/2010

Non Surgical Nose and Eye transformations are in the news because they are becoming more popular and may even be permanent alternatives to surgery. These treatments are much more affordable and accessible and they continue to deliver the results people want. Advancements in technology and techniques are also making these treatments permanent rather than temporary solutions.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 18, 2010 -- Non Surgical Cosmetic procedures are top of mind these days among patients and the media alike. According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, out of the ten million procedures performed in 2008, nonsurgical procedures accounted for 83% of the total number of procedures performed.

Dr. Alexander Rivkin, a leader and innovator in this category was highlighted in the May issue of Elle Magazine for his pioneering non-surgical nose job. He recently appeared on several segments of the national television show The Doctors demonstrating his signature procedures including non-surgical blepharoplasty. And, he is currently featured on the cover of MedEsthetics Magazine. He believes strongly that non-surgical cosmetic treatments are going to continue to gain in popularity because they are much more affordable and accessible and they continue to deliver the results people want. Advancements in technology and techniques are also making these treatments permanent rather than temporary solutions.

Permanent fillers now allow Dr. Rivkin to offer permanent non-surgical nose jobs. And he is currently studying the possible permanent affects of non-surgical eye transformations. Observation of hundreds of patients over five years of doing non-surgical eye procedures with Juvederm has revealed some interesting findings. It appears that the treatment, which was expected to last approximately six months, is lasting years. He is further studying these patients to con
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