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By Goldman M.P., Sadick N.S., Weiss R.A.

Compiled by way of professional specialists within the box, this reference presents transparent suggestions at the easy rules, methods, and problems serious about complex dermatologic surgery-offering specific insurance of filling elements, fats move strategies, and the most recent laser applied sciences.

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The appropriate diluent volume must be selected based on the desired concentration of the injection solution, although evidence indicates that higher doses of BTX-A delivered in smaller volumes keep the effects more localized and allow for the precise placement of the toxin with little diffusion, while smaller doses in larger volumes tend to cause more widespread effects (13). 3, 20, or 10 U/mL in seven injection sites for glabellar rhytides, patients in the lower dilution groups perceived a greater and longer-lasting improvement (14).

Food and Drug Administration. Since each preparation differs in terms of the C. botulinum strain, potency, and manufacturing, the biological behaviors of each are not interchangeable, and the dosages for each product vary. Comparative Effects of Botulinum Types A and B BTX-A has been used for aesthetic purposes for over a decade. Numerous clinical trials have established its safety and efficacy for hyperfunctional facial lines; the largest trial documented its superior efficacy over placebo in the treatment of glabellar rhytides, and led to the approval of BTX-A as the only botulinum toxin indicated for cosmetic use in North America (2).

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