Advanced Injecting with Steph Murray

Senior Nurse Stephanie Murray, aka Perth’s “Queen of Injectables” has just come back from Sydney after having a lecture with the famous Brazillian plastic surgeon, Mauricio de Maio.

The lecture was about advanced injecting techniques, including injecting to the temple to help lift the brows and get overall regeneration. Get the tips, here’s what she has to share about her experience. Watch the video:

Hi, I’m Stephanie from Absolute Cosmetic Medicine.

I’ve just been away in Sydney having a lecture with Mauricio de Maio, a famous Brazilian plastic surgeon.

He was talking about some of the most advanced techniques of injecting the face to improve and map out the areas that would give the most regeneration to the face.

The biggest issues are sagging and dropping of the brows and the ageing process around the eyes. So he has come up with a technique that will help to improve the temple region and help to lift the brow by injecting fillers through the brow and through the temple area.

This area is incredibly rejuvenating, helps to prevent the ageing process and the heaviness over the brow and it can also help you get a more brighter, more vivid look to the brow area.

So by looking at the brow, if you look directly into the mirror and you can’t see the end point of your eyebrow this is a clear indication that you should address your temple region.

If brows are starting to get the heavy over the eyelid then treating the forehead is another wonderful way to getting that lift to the brow. So these are two new significant key areas to improving and rejuvenating this area.

If you want to know more, visit Absolute Cosmetic Medicine or call (08) 9389 9099.

What Are Dermal Fillers?

Get a liquid face lift with dermal fillers to smooth wrinkles and rejuvenate your face at Absolute Cosmetic Medicine.

There are many dermal fillers on the market today worldwide, some better than others. The original dermal filler was a collagen injection. Unfortunately, with this product came allergies due to it being an animal product.

Most dermal fillers now are pure synthetic substances that replicate what occurs naturally in the body. As we age we lose collagen and these natural proteins leave our skin lacking volume and elasticity. Most of these products are very similar with slightly different linking structures.

The basic difference is the molecule size. This can affect the amount of ‘lift’ versus the amount of softness of the product, unfortunately some products are very soft but watery and do not last long. Others are very thick, lasting longer but can be very firm to the touch.

There has been a trend away from permanent dermal fillers as some of these can cause permanent problems and long-term infections or granulomas.

There is a saying now in the industry that permanent products give permanent problems. A better option is the medium term dermal fillers, which have been proved to be safe and have large lifting capacity with exciting results in rejuvenating cheeks, jowls and around the periorbital region.

Hand rejuvenation is also popular, where certain techniques can be implemented into the hands to bring volume for a more plump and youthful look.

We provide dermal fillers at all our cosmetic clinics including our Joondalup clinic if you live north of the river. For all our other clinics, please view here.

Why Choose Absolute Cosmetic For Your Dermal Filler Injections?

Absolute Cosmetic Medicine has some of the most experienced injectors in Australia and the world. We regularly review and repair dermal filling by inexperienced injectors.

We only use the best TGA approved products. We have 24 hour follow up available for any concerns.

Dr Murray was chosen as one of the10 top injectors worldwide. The liquid facelift and more difficult injecting are our specialties.

Book a Dermal Filler Consultation

Contact Absolute Cosmetic Medicine today to find out more about dermal fillers and to book a consultation with us.

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