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SOURCE: Edelstein Cosmetic
Edelstein Cosmetic introduces an advanced injection technique that reduces downtime for cosmetic face and lip fillers.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) February 07, 2013
Extensive research and clinical trials have proven that administering fillers with a microcannula is safer and more effective in achieving a desirable outcome for both patient and injector when compared to the traditional method using a hypodermic needle. Advantages include a faster procedure that results in less bruising, swelling, and pain/discomfort. The microcannula method also requires fewer puncture sites to deliver product to the target area, reducing trauma and thereby shortening the recovery period. With less risk of blood vessel rupture, infection and inflammation, patients are able to see their results sooner.
Edelstein Cosmetic, a plastic surgery clinic based in Toronto, now performs the advanced injection technique for the administration of injectable fillers. The technique involves using a microcannula with a small diameter to inject filler product, namely Juvederm and Restylane, under the skin to enhance facial contours and erase the signs of aging, such as wrinkles, creases and sagging. It is suitable for aesthetic concerns affecting the cheeks, jawline, folds on either side of the mouth, temples, and lips. It is unsuitable for the treatment of finer lines.
“The microcannula method is an advancement in non-surgical facial rejuvenation. Given its proven track record of achieving beautiful results faster than the traditional administration technique, without compromising safety, it would only be expected that we offer this method to our patients,” states Dr. Jerome Edelstein, head Plastic Surgeon of Edelstein Cosmetic. “It’s part of our commitment to providing only the best in medical aesthetics.”
As aesthetic medicine shifts toward focusing on procedures that are less invasive with a shorter recovery period, Edelstein Cosmetic offers this rare method as a response to consumer demand.
The injectable filler treatment is performed by Theresa Taylor RN. Taylor has over 20 years of experience in the medical field with professional training and certification under the hospice of Allergan (the makers of Botox and Juvederm) and Dr. Jerome Edelstein.
About Dr. Jerome Edelstein and Edelstein Cosmetic
As Head of the Division of Plastic Surgery at the Humber River Regional Hospital and primary surgeon at Edelstein Cosmetic, Dr. Edelstein has over 15 years of experience as a Plastic Surgeon, with sub-speciality training in cosmetic surgery. He is a panel member for the Quality Assurance Committee at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, where he also writes case opinions. Dr. Edelstein has forged his medical career with a single-minded focus on quality. He won't let you proceed with treatment unless it is in your best interest and medically advisable. His team includes a talented medical injector who provides advanced techniques in Botox and fillers to achieve non-surgical facial rejuvenation. Read more at http://www.edelsteincosmetic.com/
Dr. Jerome Edelstein
960 Lawrence Ave. West, Suite 301
CANADA ph: 647.931.5358
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