Botox and Wrinkles: Biomechanical Evidence

A new study offers insight on how injections of onabotulinum toxin A may affect skin elasticity and pliability. The researchers — James P. Bonaparte, M.D., of the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of Ottawa, and David Ellis, M.D., of the Division of Facial Plastic Surgery at the University of Toronto — undertook a… Read more »

Botox Injections Relieve Symptoms Of The Blues: Can Depression Disappear With A Shot?

The stereotype of a Botox user is an aging Hollywood actor desperate for an unwrinkled, camera-ready face. Such “typecasting” may soon be replaced by a more serious medical image. A research review presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association gives weight to previous suggestions that Botox injections can relieve symptoms of depression. Botox… Read more »

NBC 6- South Florida Doctor Using Rare Stem Cell Technique

Please click on the below link to view the NBC 6 interview with Dr. Sawisch in regard to using a rare stem cell technique. You do not want to miss this!

Botox & Blowouts – May 9th 2013

Thank you all for attending the Botox & Blowouts event yesterday! We had a great time. Here are some photos from the event. Stay tuned for future event announcements!


What does the future hold for Botox?

Think of Botox and what immediately springs to mind? A half frozen face with a fixed smile? Or is it ridiculous Hollywood foreheads? You’re not alone – these are stereotypes that have existed around this treatment for years. We’ve all seen magazine articles showing the before and after shots of the stars’ Botox shots – and many of us will have wondered why they bothered when the after shot looks worst than the earlier one.

However, recent advances in the technology and application have meant that patients are able to achieve a much more natural look, something that it appears many have been crying out for.