3-D approach to fillers offers better outcomes, expert says

11/1/2011 | Modern Medicine

Dermal filler treatments based on direct, 45-degree and 90-degree views of the patient, as well as patient counseling, can help dermatologists develop anti-aging treatment plans that satisfy patients, says dermatologist Heidi A. Waldorf, director of laser and cosmetic dermatology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. "A three-dimensional approach relies on looking at the facial shape as a whole, noting where the patient has lost structure and volume and replacing that volume to achieve more natural contours and appearance," she said.

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