New Facial Filler Option Video

Watch out Botox, there’s a new filler in town. Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon debuts the latest cosmetic injectable to hit the market, which claims to last longer, be less expensive, and make you look better.
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New Facial Filler Option Dr. Travis Stork: This show marks the beginning of a brand new season on The Doctors and we still got lot’s more excitement in store for you. Before the break we selected Diane from our audience she wanted to try out a new facial filler that Doctor Ordon has just recently started using. So tell us again what the recap is on that. Dr. Andrew Ordon: Well she was the quickest with her hand up but she turns out to be an awesome candidate for this Diane, 57 years old look at her great skin. She’s recently lost weight, so she’s lost volume in her mid face, this labia like quarter mouth, we’re going to fill up with this new filler, Hydrelle, I’ve mentioned that hyaluronic acid, a bigger particle means it last longer, a little bit goes much father in terms of the result and it has lidocaine, a topical anesthetic so she shouldn’t feel anything. Dr. Travis Stork: And your partner Doctor Chopra is going to help. Dr. Andrew Ordon: Dr. Chopra’s back. Dr. Travis Stork: Good to see you buddy. Dr. Ritu Chopra: Good to see you guys. Dr. Andrew Ordon: We’re going to each work on one side and meet in the middle. Dr. Travis Stork: Alright, I'm going to watching. Dr. Andrew Ordon: This is a mid to deep dermal injection. Dr. Travis Stork: And where do you use this? Obviously, the nasal-labial folds. Dr. Andrew Ordon: Nasal labia lines would be probably the number one area where you would want to use this, you virtually can use it on any wrinkle or line on the face. You see that coming up Travis? Dr. Travis Stork: I do. Dr. Andrew Ordon: Wait till you see this. Any line or wrinkle on the face so you can do the forehead, the brow, the nasal labia line, the corner of the mouth, we do use it in lips. Dr. Travis Stork: And you see the results. Dr. Andrew Ordon: I see it right now. Dr. Travis Stork: Immediately and then overtime will it-- Dr. Andrew Ordon: Well, it gets better with time and that’s the whole idea this particles actually are hydrophilic, what that means, they attract water, so the volume increases overtime and the result actually gets better overtime. Alright Travis I think we’re ready to do a little reveal. Dr. Travis Stork: So let’s take a look at the before picture. Dr. Andrew Ordon: You see her nasal labia lines in the corner of her mouth. Let’s take a look and how she looks now.

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