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Tag Archives: Non-surgical

  1. What Is It Like To Undergo Intravenous Anesthesia?

    If you have chosen to get plastic surgery or if you are considering a cosmetic procedure in the Boston area, you are probably excited about the improvements you anticipate, but you may have some reticence or anxiety about intravenous anesthesia. Every cosmetic surgical procedure requires the use of local anesthesia. When complicated surgery or multiple… Read More

  2. Botox/Xeomin for Bruxism (Teeth Grinding)

    What Is Bruxism? Bruxism is excessive teeth grinding or jaw clenching. It is unrelated to normal functions such as eating or talking. It often occurs at night, without patients being aware of what is happening. What Are the Symptoms of Bruxism? Teeth grinding or clenching, which may be loud enough to wake up your sleeping… Read More

  3. Tips For A Healthy Recovery Following A Surgical Procedure

    Recovery from a cosmetic surgical procedure may be quick and easy for some patients, but for most of us here in New England, a full and successful recovery will take a little more time and effort. It is important to understand that the recovery process following plastic surgery will be different for every patient. What… Read More

  4. Xeomin, Botox, and Fillers are Not Interchangeable

    It has become increasingly clear to me that people often use the terms “Botox” and “dermal filler” interchangeably, thinking that they are either one and the same or that they perform essentially the same function. Since that is not at all the case, let us talk about each one individually. Botox and Xeomin Botox is… Read More

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