Dr. Sacha Obaid, Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon Serving Dallas, Plano, Southlake, and Nearby Fort Worth, Texas
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BOTOX® is FDA-approved for a variety of cosmetic and health-related concerns, but it’s most commonly used to address fine lines and wrinkles in the brow and forehead region. Fillers can restore volume and “fill in” deeper lines and folds. Which one is right for you? Learn more from our Nurse Injector, Kenz Jackson, in the video below.
North Texas Plastic Surgery now offers Newtox. The new neuromodulator is named Jeuveau™, but it’s nicknamed “Newtox,” because of its similarity to BOTOX® Cosmetic and other botulinum toxin injectables. Jeuveau™ is FDA-approved for frown lines which are found between the eyebrows. Learn more about Newtox from Onna Feuchter, R.N. in the video below.
Onna Feuchter is our Registered Nurse and Injector at North Texas Plastic Surgery who has a decade of experience with injectables and laser treatments. She’s not only dedicated to providing the latest injectables and treatment options but teaches nurses and doctors how to inject every month. She’s an Allergan Trainer and believes every patient should understand the steps involved in their cosmetic treatments.
North Texas Plastic Surgery offers a range of non-surgical cosmetic treatments and Jennifer Reynolds is one of our aestheticians. She was previously the Director of Phototherapy at a dermatology practice and brings with her ample experience and a drive to help you reach your beauty goals. Jennifer has a large following on Instagram as a “Skin Boss,” and we encourage you to follow her @jentastic_skin. Learn more about Jennifer in the video below.
There are so many facial treatments available for virtually every skin problem, and thanks to technology, there’s also an array of solutions you can choose from. If you’re suffering from hyperpigmentation and melasma, you would also know that it can be difficult to treat.