LAS VEGAS – For those starting to use toxins and fillers, “my first advice is to get a good education,” Christopher B. Zachary, MD, said in a video interview at Skin Disease Education Foundation’s annual Las Vegas Dermatology Seminar.
“Know … how to evaluate your patient, know where the problems are, know what the danger zones are, understand your anatomy,” advisedof the University of California, Irvine.
, he noted. Procedures on the upper face, such as the treatment for crow’s feet or a brow lift, can be “a home run,” while the lower face is much more complicated, he said .
Dr. Zachary disclosed relationships with companies including Solta, Zeltiq, Sciton, DUSA, Zimmer, Cutera, Alma, and Amway.
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