Mandell-Brown Plastic Surgery Blog Cincinnati

Wrinkles, Wrinkles and More Wrinkles

Published on July 31, 2013 by

The thought of aging is a legitimate fear with both men and women. What is worse, is that there is no way to avoid it, wrinkles are inevitable. However, there are ways to help make wrinkles less noticeable leaving you with younger looking skin. Here are some options presented by Cincinnati Magazine’s 2013 “Top Doc” […]

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Making an Impression – Do Injectable Treatments Make a Difference?

Published on November 11, 2010 by

How does wrinkle correction change the image you project to the world? Surgeons at the Chicago Center for Facial Plastic Surgery sought to answer that question in a recent paper published in Dermatologic Surgery. While many studies have documented the physical results achieved with dermal fillers like Restylane and Juvederm, few, if any, studies have […]

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Juvederm Ultra XC With Lidocaine Granted FDA Approval

Published on February 8, 2010 by

By coincidence last week, as we posted about wrinkle fillers with lidocaine, Allergan was announcing FDA clearance for the new Juvederm Ultra XC. The company is citing results from their clinical trial in which 93 percent of patients reported reduced pain with the new formulation. They are now marketing Juvederm XC as a comfortable alternative […]

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Support RIDE FOR THE CURE and Get a Discount on Injectable Treatments! Now Through November 1st

Published on September 24, 2009 by

As we posted before, Mark and Marianne Mandell-Brown are participating in the Greater Cincinnati Chapter Ride for The Cure October 15-18, 2009. Marianne is riding 60 miles and Mark is attempting over 100 miles through Death Valley, California. Most importantly, it’s for a great cause; we’re trying to raise funds for research on juvenile onset […]

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Seeking a New Career? Cosmetic Enhancements Can’t Hurt

Published on August 12, 2009 by

Although the economic news this week is looking optimistic, the job market is still a rough environment to navigate. We’ve had more than one patient comment about it and share suspicions about age, or appearance, negatively affecting job prospects. My neighbor told me last week that her job interviews hadn’t gone as well as she’d […]

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