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Orange County Derm Nissan Pilest Selected to Become Physician Trainer for Dysport
Date:8/13/2009

Irvine Dermatology Specialist Nissan Pilest is a selected Physician Trainer for new Dysport. Dysport is the first rival for Botox. Dr. Pilest met with Medicis CEO Jonah Shacknai at a special Dysport launch meeting in Beverly Hills along with core investigative physicians who were involved in FDA trials for Dysport.

Irvine, CA (PRWEB) August 13, 2009 -- Dr. Nissan Pilest was among a highly select group of physicians invited by Medicis to review specifics on the new product Dysport. A similar neurotoxin to Botox, Dysport was recently approved by the FDA for the treatment of glabellar lines.

The meeting included the major Clinical Trials physicians in California involved in the FDA study. Among these primary study physicians were Drs. Ronald Moy, Ava Shaman, Mark Nestor and John Joseph. Also present was Medicis CEO Jonah Shacknai.

These physicians have had long term experience with the product used for their patients over the course of the FDA trials. Well practiced physicians were invited to the event to have an opportunity to utilize indepth feedback from the actual investigative physicians.

Dr. Pilest has been selected by Medicis as a Physician Trainer for Dysport and he will provide basic and advanced skill injection techniques to newer physicians who wish to bring Dysport to their patients. Dr. Pilest is already a training physician for Medicis' Restylane and Perlane fillers, as well as for Allergan's Juvederm products and Botox, Bioform's Radiesse and laser technologies of Fraxel and Candela.

Dysport was FDA approved after long term studies of over 2,900 patients in more than 80 studies sites across the country.

Dysport and Botox have the same effective
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