Category Archives: Botox and Dysport

The Beginner’s Guide to Beating Father Time

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It is no secret that the average woman looks in the mirror a minimum of eight times per day. Whether it be to check her hair, check her makeup, or even to evaluate that new spot that was not there … Continue reading

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Popular Plastic Surgery Procedures for Men

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Very frequently I get asked by male patients in my practice whether or not it’s common for other men to have plastic surgery procedures. These men are usually very sheepish when asking this question, thinking that they are alone in … Continue reading

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Do Botox and injectable filler treatments really have to hurt?

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Virtually all patients love their cosmetic treatments with Botox and cosmetic fillers. Who wouldn’t love a quick procedure that can make wrinkles disappear? Unfortunately, many patients don’t love the pain they associate with Botox, Juvederm or Voluma treatments. They hate … Continue reading

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Botox and its role in treating cancer

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If there wasn’t already enough to love about Botox, now there is one more thing. As we all know, Botox injections into the face have wonderful cosmetic benefits and can make you look years younger by removing wrinkles from the … Continue reading

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Younger patients getting Botox? Is this really advisable?

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At Dr. Sam Jejurikar’s Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute Office, it is common to see twenty-something old patients coming in for regular treatments with Botox. Sounds a little crazy, right? Why would a patient who’s so young need or want treatment … Continue reading

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Botox now FDA-approved for treatment of Crow’s Feet

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The Food and Drug Administration recently announced that Botox is an effective treatment, albeit transient, for crow’s feet, or the wrinkles that form next to aging eyes. Dallas plastic surgeon Sam Jejurikar, like many other plastic surgeons, has been using … Continue reading

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Avoiding bruising with Botox and Fillers – Helpful Tips

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Although patients generally love the results of Botox, Dysport and injectable fillers (Juvederm, Restylane, Radiesse, etc.), they often times do not love the bruising associated with the treatment. Dr. Sam Jejurikar of Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute has some helpful tips … Continue reading

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Effective nonsurgical treatment of wrinkles is a reality!

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Wrinkles may be a sign of character, but more often than not, are an unwelcome sign of aging. While most people want treatment of their wrinkles, they often times don’t have time for surgery and the downtime that accompanies it. … Continue reading

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Take advantage of Botox savings – this week only!

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Dr. Jejurikar is excited to offer a discounted price on Botox Cosmetic injections from now until the end of the week. Call before the end of business hours (5:00 p.m. CST) on Friday, May 4th to receive Botox at the … Continue reading

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Cutting back on Botox does not compromise results after two-years of regular treatments

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A new study from scientists at Oregon Health & Science University confirms what many patients have suspected for some time: After undergoing regular treatments with Botox, patient can space out the length of time between treatments without sacrificing results. In … Continue reading

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