Internationally recognized leaders in the development and testing of wrinkle fillers, Dr. Steven Cohen along with Drs. Lemperle and Holmes developed the first Wrinkle Assessment Scale for accurate recording of wrinkle depth and analysis of treatment. This was published in the Plastic Reconstructive Surgery Journal in 2001.
Many wrinkle fillers are on the market today and more are being introduced at a very rapid rate. It is getting difficult to tell one filler from another. Often, it is like the “flavor of the week” from a patient’s perspective. Dr. Steven Cohen is a recognized authority on fillers and lectures internationally on the principles and uses of wrinkle fillers.
Our doctors are here to help you decipher the differences in fillers and to make an intelligent decision for your own particular concerns. Basically, there are 3 types of fillers available today. There are temporary, longer-lasting, and permanent fillers that are made from a wide range of substances. The most widely used temporary fillers are Juvederm and Restylane. Radiesse and Sculptra are longer-lasting in many cases, but not permanent. Other fillers that use the body’s own tissue include autogenous (your tissues) and cadaver-derived.
Learn more about your options:
- Semi-Permanent Fillers – Radiesse & Sculptra
- Temporary Fillers – Juvederm and Restylane
- Autogenous Fat Injections & Stem Cells