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Case Details - Case: 410

Dr. MABRie, M.D.

Highlighted Treatments

  • Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
  • Restylane & Restylane Lift

ABOUT OUR PATIENT

Doesn't it bug you when you're going about your day, feeling fresh and ready to take on the world, and someone come up to ask you, "What's wrong? You look tired."

I know. It bothers me too.

And for the longest time, it also bothered this patient (especially since she works at a beauty salon.) That's why she stepped into my San Francisco office for a consultation. After tacking a look at some of the non-surgical facial rejuvenation work I'd done for a friend of hers, she hoped that I might be able to make her eyes look less sunken in and more refreshed.

DR. MABRIE"S TREATMENT PLAN

The areas beneath her eyes and around her cheeks were creating the effect of looking worn out. This didn't fit her bubbly personality at all. So, I decided that the best course of action was to apply Restylane, a very stabilizing dermal filler, to the tear troughs and nose. This immediately made a difference that we could all see (and feel) right away.

After that, I recommended that we balance this out with dermal filler applied to her chin and cheekbones. Specifically, Juvederm Voluma, one of my favorite go-tos for delicate augmentation.

THE OUTCOME

It only took three months and three treatments to make this young lady look as young and glowy as she felt on the inside. Take that, aging process!

Check out this patient's Full Face case here!



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Dr. MABRie, M.D.

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  • Restylane & Restylane Lift
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Mabrie Facial Cosmetic: David C. Mabrie, MD
166 Geary Street
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San Francisco, CA 94108
Phone: (415) 445-9513
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