Monthly Archives: April 2009

Dr. Daryl Hoffman Blog

Chemical Peel: When Can I Excercise?

Each resurfacing procedure and individual patient vary, so there isn't a single answer. Most resurfacing procedures (laser, CO2, chemical peel) may be superficial to medium depth in the skin. Deeper resurfacing is less commonly used. Depending on the actual depth of peel, healing may be anywhere from a couple days to a week or more. …

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Botox Cosmetic: Visual Complications

Botox Cosmetic is a great and simple treatment for facial wrinkles, and restoring a youthful appearance in men and women. However, Botox Cosmetic does have potential complications. Botox Cosmetic migrates a little bit away from the injection site, like a drop of water in the pool. As a result, Botox may affect facial muscles not …

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Upper Blepharoplasty Complications: Swelling and Redness

Swelling of the upper eyelid incision may likely represent a localized cyst, either from a trapped suture deep in the skin or trapped epithelium under the skin. More concerning causes for this swelling may be infection / abscess or early scarring. Redness and swelling may also occur from topical ointments, either as an allergic reaction …

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