Quality of Life Improves in Patients who Undergo Minimally Invasive Procedures

Small Procedures Make Big Differences

A recently published article in the Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Journal recently released in the month of June followed a group of patients who underwent minimally invasive procedures. These included injections with Botox Cosmetic, Dysport, and fillers such as Juvederm Ultra Plus, Restylane, and Perlane.

Researchers followed the patients for six months and completed quality of life, self-esteem and satisfaction scales. The patients were evaluated using standardized and tested scales.

It was evident that the patients experienced a significant improvement and were overwhelmingly happy with their results. They were consistently more satisfied with their appearance and believed that their treatments brought value for the time and expenses invested.

Quality of life and self-esteem remained higher with comparison groups for the entire six months after treatment.

All of the treatments administered were truly no down-time with no limitations on post-procedure recovery- very impressive return on investment!

It was also noted that the patients have noted significantly less discomfort both during and after treatment with the introduction of lidocaine containing products that are very standard at this time.

“Quality of life improves in patients who undergo minimally invasive procedures.” (Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2013 Jun;37(3):497-503)

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