After winning over patients in Europe and Canada, the wrinkle treatment Belotero is ready to take over America.
Though routinely confused with collagen injections or dermal fillers, Botox uses very different science to remove wrinkles and fine lines.
Now that Dysport has become available for U.S. wrinkle removal patients, Botox is no longer the only botulinum toxin injectable on the market. But how does Dysport compare to the industry-leading injectable?
Botox is threatened by several dermal fillers, and one of the fastest growing types is Juvederm. Time to match them head to head!
Even though Restylane is a different type of injectable from Botox, the two treatments have become cosmetic rivals in many ways.
With no animal testing and supposedly fewer adverse reactions, Captique gel is the latest new dermal filler to gain traction in the cosmetic industry.
New injectable treatment freezes facial muscles without the use of potentially risky toxins.
Thought not widely available in America, Elevess is one of the more popular dermal fillers in many other parts of the globe.
The new dermal injectable LAVIV has earned FDA approval for its technique of transferring the patient's own cells to treat smile lines.
From the same people that brought you Restylane, Perlane is another injectable trying to cut in on Botox's turf.
The dermal filler Prevelle Silk treats many of the same conditions as Botox, but how does it rank head to head?
Could PurTox prove a superior injectable to Botox? We compare the two products head to head.
A versatile dermal filler, Radiesse (aka Radiance) also poses a reasonable threat to Botox, but a closer look shows the two treatments' differences.
FDA approved in 2009, Sculptra is another dermal injectable that is challenging Botox for the treatment of some facial wrinkles and fine lines.
Also known as the Vampire Facelift, Selphyl is an all-natural dermal filler made from blood platelets and fibrin already in your body.
Xeomin is the latest Botox® competitor to be approved by the FDA. It uses the same active ingredient as Botox®, but can Xeomin® compare to the cosmetic industry standard?