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Raval Facial Aesthetics Blog

Can You Combine Botox with Other Skin Treatments?

Posted by Amy Raval on Feb 12, 2018 10:00:00 AM

How lucky we are to live in a time when there are so many ways to improve our skin’s appearance. Especially non-surgical options such as Botox, the most-requested minimally-invasive skin treatment.

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PRFM to Improve Dark, Hollow Eyes

Posted by Amy Raval on Oct 5, 2017 8:04:00 AM

Are you tired of looking exhausted, or older than your age, thanks to dark hollows under your eyes? Platelet-rich fibrin matrix, or PRFM, may be the treatment for you. Here at Raval Facial Aesthetics, we like PRFM. One of the ways we use it is with lower eye injections to help reduce under eye discoloration and fine wrinkles.

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Does Denver altitude have an impact on Botox results?

Posted by Amy Raval on Sep 25, 2017 10:05:00 AM

Anyone who has spent much time in the Denver area knows that our high altitude has a distinct effect on certain things. For example, visitors and new residents sometimes find that our thin air makes it harder to breathe – at least until you become acclimated. So it’s only natural to wonder if our altitude might have an impact on skin improvement treatments such as Botox.

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How does hair growth stimulation through PRFM work?

Posted by Amy Raval on Sep 19, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Hair loss affects many women and men, often becoming more noticeable as we age. It can produce large-area balding, or varying degrees of thinning only on certain parts of the scalp. Platelet-rich fibrin matrix, or PRFM, is the newest addition to our arsenal of treatments in the war against thinning hair. If you’re suffering from age-induced alopecia, PRFM therapy could offer new hope for you.

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Botox and Bruxism - When you clench your jaw

Posted by Amy Raval on Aug 15, 2017 1:26:55 PM

If you’re still thinking Botox is only for facial wrinkles, you don’t know Botox. The science behind this popular injectable, and the fact that the amount used can now be precisely controlled, makes Botox a simple, quick treatment for non-skin conditions, too. One of those is bruxism.

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Beauty on a Budget - $200 and Under

Posted by Amy Raval on Jun 19, 2017 10:56:00 AM

Small, incremental investments in your skin’s health and conditioning can bring big rewards, without putting a wrinkle in your budget. In fact, Dr. Raval recommends a preventive maintenance regimen of regular “tweaks” to keep your skin looking youthful and healthy.  

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Facial Aesthetic Procedures Myths Busted

Posted by Amy Raval on Mar 21, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Whether you’re considering face lift surgery or some type of minimally-invasive procedure to combat the signs of aging, you need facts. Information you can rely on, not myths. Yet with so much media hype and social media conversation about facial aesthetic procedures, some myths just won’t go away.

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Facial Rejuvenation at Denver's Altitude

Posted by Amy Raval on Feb 7, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Everyone in Denver knows they live a mile high (or higher), and that, of course, means the air is thinner. Here at Raval Facial Aesthetics, we’re often asked whether Denver’s high altitude has any effect on the outcome of a facial rejuvenation procedure. That’s a smart question, and it brings up some important skin care points.

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How Does Filler Work Once Injected?

Posted by Amy Raval on Jan 24, 2017 9:00:00 AM


Here at Raval Facial Aesthetics, we answer questions all the time from women and men considering facial enhancement. That’s an important part of our job – helping people understand what kind of treatments are available and how they work. One of the questions we’re often asked is whether dermal fillers will “sink” after they are injected.

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What's the difference between Botox and fillers?

Posted by Amy Raval on Nov 6, 2016 3:47:50 PM

Botox and dermal fillers are so common and talked-about these days, it can be difficult to distinguish between them. After all, they are both used to reduce the appearance of age-related lines and wrinkles, right? Although Botox and fillers do help achieve similar goals, they work in very different ways.

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