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May 13, 2013 News BotoxCosmetic DentistryGeneral DentistryGeneral NewsMedical newsResearchWellness

Facial Fillers a Ticking Time Bomb? Skinspirations Discloses Dangers of Botched Fillers

by Kahaliah Richards

Tampa Bay-based non-surgical cosmetic center Skinspirations details the dangers of receiving fillers from an unqualified provider. As Americans increasingly put importance on outer appearances, the lengths to which people go to retain their youth seem endless. Dermal fillers have seen

November 26, 2011 News Botox

If you can do it in LA, you can do it everywhere….

by ken

Imagine a world where dentists wear holsters filled with Botox syringes…yup, it’s a comin’ pardner… Report: market for Botox® is growing at a rate of 9% annually, and dentists are poised to capture a significant portion of this market California

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There is a god; we made the New York Times Sunday Review

by ken

IT’S become commonplace to criticize the “Occupy” movement for failing to offer an alternative vision. But the thousands of activists in the streets of New York and London aren’t the only ones lacking perspective: economists, to whom we might expect

October 20, 2011 News BotoxComprehensive reasoningElearningEndodonticsTeam motivationTreatment planning

Teach your children well to “bridge the gap”

by ken

I have a fervent and long held belief in the power of the Internet for collegial mentorship. A recent email blast from the JCDA indicated that the editor wishes to create a collegial panel and forum for Canadian dentists to

July 7, 2011 News BotoxCosmetic Dentistry

Dentistry focus: The medical cosmetics business

by ken

And Image via Wikipedia  just when you thought no country could go lower than to claim Kim Kardashian as a citizen….. Read article Related articles Leaders in Dentistry: A conversation with Dr. David T.W. Wong (blogohj.oralhealthjournal.com) Reality Dentistry – Big

June 14, 2011 News BotoxCosmetic DentistryNew TechnologiesOcclusion

Anti-Aging Dentistry: Looking Beyond Botox

by ken

MarketWire – June 13, 2011 – on a Monday, not  Friday California Dentist Dr. Sam Muslin Announces an Alternative to Dermal Fillers, Botox and Going Under the Knife — His Trademarked Face Lift Dentistry Procedure; Using Neuromuscular Dentistry Techniques Along

May 25, 2011 News BotoxCosmetic Dentistry

Botulism and Botox – Chicken – this is egg – Conundrums R’ Us

by ken

Botulism at a glance: The botulism neurotoxin is one of the most potent, lethal substances known. Botulism is a disease caused by this neurotoxin (or specifically A, B, E, or F type neurotoxin). The neurotoxin is produced by bacteria called Clostridium