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Posts From March, 2010

Volume: The New Facelift

By Dr. Susan Van Dyke
March 28, 2010

Look at the socialites of old and you will find one or two with faces “caught in the wind tunnel”.  Those who could afford it were tightened and pulled until they got every last cent out of that facelift (or two, or three). Now, check out Joan Rivers:  plenty of resources and desire and with ... read more


Better Than Botox . . . Again?

By Dr. Susan Van Dyke
March 26, 2010

Nothing is better than Botox you say.  Well that could change. Here is a chilling thought:  the next Botox could be nothing at all.  No drug. No chemical. Just a little chill.  Here is how it works: tiny needles are inserted into the muscles of the forehead that cause frowning.  The needle points are then frozen ... read more


Looking Good in your 40s, 50s and 60s

By Dr. Susan Van Dyke
March 26, 2010

Noninvasive cosmetic procedures are a great way to take years off your look—at every age! The nonsurgical approach offers flexibility, allowing each person to have a customized treatment plan. I especially think they are great for those who would prefer not to have a sudden or dramatic change. Here are some of my basic recommendations ... read more


Cosmetic Travel Log: Japan and What I Learned About Asian Skin

By Dr. Susan Van Dyke
March 26, 2010

Assignment:  Explain how I add a new laser to my practice to a group of physicians…in Asia. I do a lot of Thermage skin tightening and therefore  I know enough about it to have good clinical info to share.  I just added the Faxel to my practice ( my 18th  laser) so I certainly can share on breaking in ... read more


Cosmetic Travel Log: Tai Pei

By Dr. Susan Van Dyke
March 26, 2010

A fabulous week in Japan ended too quickly but Taipei was next on my lecture circuit.  I arrived on Friday, with the lecture scheduled for Sunday I had some time to explore.  Boom ( a high school friend of my husband) played local guide.  He has taught math in Taipei since 1987 and knows his ... read more


A Shot Glass of Sunscreen

By Dr. Susan Van Dyke
March 26, 2010

I am sitting here watching the Today Show, waiting to go on air live on AM Arizona to talk about summer skin. It may not been a national audience but so what, I just love to reach people and share what I have learned in 24 years of dermatology practice (the last 15 limited to ... read more


The New Botox?

By Dr. Susan Van Dyke
March 26, 2010

Dysport was approved by the FDA yesterday and it certainly seems like it has been a long time coming.  It is a bit confusing because all this time we were waiting for Reloxin but for some reason the powers that be have decided that the name should remain  Dysport (as it has been known on the ... read more


Good Looking People Get The Jobs?!

By Dr. Susan Van Dyke
March 26, 2010

In this economic enviornment a lot of people are in the job market. Many of them are trying to determine how to stand out, impress the employer and land that job. Face it, first impressions are focused on the face. According to Malcolm Gladwell in his book Blink you have precious little time before that ... read more


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