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» Radiesse(R) Approved for Two New Indications
By MSP Staff | Published 12/30/2006 | Business Trends , Radiesse |
BioForm Medical, Inc., a privately-held medical aesthetics company, today announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Radiesse(R), the next-generation cosmetic dermal filler, for the long-lasting correction of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds such as nasolabial folds. Radiesse also received a second FDA approval for the long-lasting correction of facial fat loss (lipoatrophy) in people with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
» Radiesse Treats Vocal Cord Paralysis
By MSP Staff | Published 11/26/2006 | Business Trends , Radiesse |
According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), vocal cord paralysis is common, and symptoms can range from mild to life threatening.
» ASDS Warns of Cosmetic Surgery Risks
The American Society of Dermatological Surgery (ASDS) has launched a public safety campaign in response to what it calls the "alarming national trend" of non-physicians performing procedures such as Botox injections, laser hair removal, microdermabrasion and chemical peels.
» Radiesse an Amazing Filler for Sculpting and Rejuvenation
By MSP Staff | Published 09/10/2006 | Product News , Business Trends , Injectables , Radiesse |
Miracle filler Radiesse has just received FDA approval for cosmetic procedures to plump deep lines and wrinkles and is the longest lasting filler on the market today. In 2005, renowned Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Simon Ourian, M.D., was the #1 Radiesse user in the world and promotes this product as an alternative to traditional face lifts.
» FDA Advisory Panel Recommends Approval of Radiesse for Two Facial Aesthetic Applications
By MSP Staff | Published 08/25/2006 | Business Trends , Injectables , Dermal Fillers , Radiesse |
BioForm Medical, Inc. announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) General and Plastic Surgery Devices Advisory Panel has recommended the approval of Radiesse, a next-generation soft tissue augmentation product, for use as a filler material to restore soft tissue facial contours such as nasolabial folds and for use in the correction of lipoatrophy of the face associated with HIV therapy.
» ANNOUNCEMENT: FDA Advisory Panel Meeting to Evaluate Radiesse(R)
By MSP Staff | Published 08/23/2006 | Injectables , Radiesse |
General and Plastic Surgery Devices Advisory Panel to Review Radiesse for Correction of Facial Wrinkles and Folds and for the Restorative Treatment of HIV-Associated Facial Lipoatrophy.
» Facelifts Have Become So Last Year
By her early 50s, Dorene Polcyn was growing weary of her battle against Father Time. Every six weeks, she would drive to her dermatologist's office and plop down $375 for an injection of collagen to fill in and smooth away wrinkles on her face.
» Injections, Peels, and Laser Resurfacing Gain Popularity
Just say the words and you think of Joan Rivers' freakish mug or the Hollywood divas with "trout pouts," those scary swollen kissers. You'd never do it. Not a chance. Psssst. There are options. And you don't have to have surgery. Or spend thousands.
» Wrinkle Wars Heat Up
The market for wrinkle-removing drugs is about to get more competitive, as Allergan prepares to launch a product in the U.S. that could threaten Medicis' dominance.
» Radiesse Injectable Filler Provides 12-Month Improvement Of Vocal Fold Insufficiency In Multicenter Clinical Voice Study
By MSP Staff | Published 05/28/2006 | Business Trends , Injectables , Dermal Fillers , Radiesse |
BioForm Medical, Inc. a leading medical device company that develops and commercializes injectable implant products for soft tissue augmentation announced the results of a rigorous clinical study confirming the long-term efficacy of Radiesse for the treatment of Vocal Fold Insufficiency.
» Study Shows Radiofrequency Can be Used Safely Over Soft-Tissue Fillers
By MSP Staff | Published 04/16/2006 | Injectables , Dermal Fillers , Hyaluronic Acid , Radiesse |
A new study published in the march 2006 issue of Lasers in Surgery and Medicine Journal found that radiofrequency (RF) treatment could be safely used over human skin injected with medium-term soft-tissue fillers (Restylane and Radiesse).
» The Right Filler is the Key to Success
By MSP Staff | Published 03/4/2006 | Injectables , Dermal Fillers , Collagen , Hyaluronic Acid , Radiesse , Other Dermal Fillers , Education |
As people live longer and healthier lives, more and more of them are looking for ways to look as young as they
feel. Because the aging process causes the face to lose underlying fat and
collagen, the skin starts to sag and wrinkle. Wrinkle fillers, commonly known
as fillers, can give the skin back its plumped up, youthful appearance, but
the key to their successful use is knowing which of the many available options
will work best for each individual.
» Study shows Thermage procedure can be used safely over fillers
Thermage® today announced the results of a study that
showed that the Thermage procedure can be used safely over soft-tissue fillers. The study, which was published in the December 2005 issue of Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, is the first part of a two-part study that evaluated the tissue interactions of monopolar capacitive radiofrequency (CRF) with five commonly injected fillers in an animal model.
» Radiesse receives facial approval in Canada
By MSP Staff | Published 11/13/2005 | New Product Launch , Dermal Fillers , Radiesse , New Treatments |
BioForm Medical, Inc., the makers of Radiesse, announced today that it has received approval from Health Canada to market Radiesse in Canada for facial aesthetics. Canderm Pharma Inc., a leading Canadian dermatology and facial aesthetics company, will be the exclusive distributor for Radiesse in Canada and will launch Radiesse to its customers in the coming weeks.
» Injection Rhinoplasty - Could it be the next generation nose job?
By MSP Staff | Published 11/9/2005 | Hyaluronic Acid , Radiesse , New Treatments |
Rhinoplasty, or surgery to reshape the nose, is one of the most common of all plastic surgery procedures. But everyone doesn't want to go under the knife for a better looking nose. For those, there may be a new option - injection rhinoplasty.

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