Thursday, October 25, 2012

Denver Doctor Uses New Restylane Technique

Dr. Michael McCracken is using an innovative technique to reduce under-eye bags or to add volume to the cheeks. Restylane facial filler is applied through a cannula, which is a thin tube that requires just one entry point per side of the face. “This eliminates the need for multiple needle entry points, so downtime and bruising is reduced or eliminated. The person can go right back to regular activities,” says Dr. McCracken. "Patients can now avoid the downtime caused by the standard injection method.”

Dr. McCracken says Restylane can be used to smooth facial lines and wrinkles, fill in hollowed areas, reduce the appearance of lower lid bags and to restore youthful volume and balance to the face. He says that female patients are interested in more than just erasing lines and wrinkles. “Women are realizing that the cheeks, which tend to diminish in volume over the years can be restored.

The McCracken Eye and Face Institute is located in Parker and Boulder, CO.
About Dr. Michael McCracken:
Dr. McCracken is among a handful of members of the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, a highly selective society of specially trained surgeons who focus on the eyes and surrounding areas. Dr. McCracken is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.  Dr. McCracken has lectured internationally and has also been chosen as a member of the BOTOX® and JuvĂ©derm® National Education Faculty.


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