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Injectable fillers for replacing lost facial volume: latest Dr Barry Lycka video

Injectable fillers are the subject of todays video from Edmonton cosmetic dermatologist Dr Barry Lycka. The video highlights the use of dermal fillers for replacing volume lost in the face as it ages.


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Injectable fillers are another solution to be considered for facial rejuvenation.

In this latest video, Edmonton cosmetic dermatologist Dr Barry Lycka explains how injectable facial fillers are used to replace the volume that is lost in the face as part of the aging process. This continues the series of videos featuring Frequently Asked Questions on the different methods for facial skin rejuvenation, such as profractional resurfacing, microdermabrasion, photorejuvenation, and the latest in skin analysis camera systems.

About Dr Barry A.S. Lycka
Barry A. S. Lycka, Edmonton based Cosmetic Dermatologist, is one of North Americaís foremost authorities on cosmetic surgery, skin cancer surgery, reconstructive surgery and laser surgery of the skin. He founded YourCosmeticDoctor.tv to be an unbiased source of credible information on cosmetic surgery.

He also broadcasts the Inside Cosmetic Surgery Today internet talk radio show on webtalkradio dot net, as an un-biased and detailed source of credible information on cosmetic surgery. He interviews world-leading experts, gets the inside story on the controversial aspects of cosmetic surgery and uncovers & explains new techniques and products.
For further information on this series or any other questions relating to Cosmetic Dermatology, Dr Lycka can be contacted via his website barrylyckamd.com or by telephone at his Edmonton office.



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