Fillers

The Latest Facial Fillers: Smoother Consistency for a More Natural Look

A younger, natural look: This is a main reason patients opt to get facial fillers. Today, the latest facial FDA-approved fillers, including Restylane® Refyne, Restylane® Defyne and the soon-to-be introduced Vollure™, give physicians more control to achieve the most natural and effective results. The fillers treat and enhance moderate to severe wrinkles on the nasolabial…

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Dr. Steiger and Botox Featured in SELF Magazine

The popularity of Botox can be attributed to its many applications, making it a miracle injection for a number of ailments. And while many people request it to correct frown lines and wrinkles, Botox is particularly effective in lesser-known areas such as the jawline.  This area was recently brought to light when celebrity personality Bethenny…

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Wendy Mendez, MSPA, PA-C, Board Certified Physician Assistant, Joins the “Dream Filler Team” at Steiger Facial Plastic Surgery

The “dream filler team” at Steiger Facial Plastic Surgery in Boca Raton is pleased to welcome Wendy Mendez, MSPA, PA-C, board-certified physician assistant, who will join Jacob D. Steiger, M.D., Facial Plastic Surgeon in performing non-surgical aesthetic rejuvenation. Ms. Mendez is an expert in facial fillers, Botox®, lasers, intense pulsed light (IPL), various forms of…

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Why is Nonsurgical Facial Rejuvenation So Popular?

A bit of BOTOX®, or a full-fledged facelift?   According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), in 2013, patients in the U.S. underwent 6.3 million BOTOX treatments, as compared to only 133,000 facelift procedures. The American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) reported than nonsurgical procedures increased in 2013 by a whopping 13.1…

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Bellafill Dermal Filler (Formerly ArteFill) for the Treatment of Acne Scarring

Artefill doesn’t just have a new name.  The FDA recently approved the use of what is now called  filler for the treatment of acne scars.   Acne is the most common skin disorder in the U.S., affecting 40 to 50 million people. Up to 95 percent of those with acne could go on to have…

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