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october 2016
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Is It Time For An Eyelid Lift?
Botox & Wrinkle Filler Marathon: Coming In November!
Mussels Can Help With Artificial Joints?

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Fall has arrived - and isn't it beautiful?

But October often feels like the "starting line" for the race through the barrage of one after another holidays...and the rapid dash to the rest of the year.

Take just a moment of time now and then to enjoy the beauty all around you.  It'll do you more good than you know.

Is It Time For An Eyelid Lift?
Do well-meaning people often ask you "Are you OK?"  You think, "Why do they keep asking me that, I'm fine!" You might even start to get a bit irritated at the question. But look in the mirror. You may have missed something. Read more...

Get Ready For The Holidays!!!
Why not soften out those Frown Lines, "Crow's Feet", or Forehead Creases?  Look more rested, less 'drawn', or replump your lips!  A natural, fresher, rested, brighter, younger look takes just minutes!  Special Savings on Botox and Special Savings on all the modern  "Wrinkle Fillers" like Restylane and Juvederm!

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Get Yourself Ready For The Holidays!  Our next Botox & Wrinkle Filler Marathon
starts  November 7th!!!  856-MAKEOVER
Mussels Can Help With Artificial Joints
Titanium is used for artificial joints and dental implants. While it is strong and is not harmful to tissues, the metal lacks some of the beneficial biological properties of natural tissues such as bones and natural teeth. Now, based on insights from mussels -- which are able to attach themselves very tightly to even metallic surfaces due to special proteins - scientists have successfully attached a biologically active molecule to a titanium surface, paving the way for implants that can be more biologically beneficial. Read more...

Lyle M. Back, M.D.  
Cosmetic Surgery Center
of Cherry Hill


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