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Waging War on Wrinkles: Infini Cosmetic Associates Now Offers Recent FDA Approved Dysport - The Botox Alternative
Date:7/19/2009

Infini Cosmetic Associates in Scottsdale will carry Dysport™ the newly FDA approved wrinkle remover and rival to Botox®. Founder and Chief Surgeon, Dr. William Hall has performed thousands of injections over the last six years and trained many other professionals on Botox® and other injectable dermal fillers. Dr. Hall is very skilled in many of the advanced uses of Botox for: hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) and nervous tics in the face, neck bands and wrinkles, chin creases and dimpling, lip lines, and lower facial shaping.

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) July 19, 2009 -- Dr. William Hall, Founder and Chief Surgeon at Infini Cosmetic Associates in Scottsdale, announced that Infini Cosmetic Associates will carry Dysport™ the newly FDA approved wrinkle remover and rival to Botox®. Dr. Hall has performed thousands of injections over the last six years and trained many other professionals on Botox® and other injectable dermal fillers. Dr. Hall is very skilled in many of the advanced uses of Botox for: hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) and nervous tics in the face, neck bands and wrinkles, chin creases and dimpling, lip lines, and lower facial shaping.

The arrival of Dysport™ into the U.S. aesthetics marketplace will no doubt increase competition between the two wrinkle treatments and multiply physician choices and cosmetic options within the same medical practice.

"This is a burgeoning industry and dermal fillers are very popular, so as doctors we are always being introduced to new products that compete with ones we already use - for example I use both Restylane® and Juvederm®," Hall stated. "I have used and trained with Botox® for years and patients love the results, I will offer Dysport™ too, but ultimately, the patients decide after they try both products and see the lasting results," Dr. Hall concluded.

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