Steven F. Weiner, MD
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5 out of 5 stars
Wonderful physician who really knows his craft.
5 out of 5 stars Radiesse
5 out of 5 stars Ultherapy
I was impressed with their level of expertise and kindness.
5 out of 5 stars Fraxel Repair
This question is answered in my comments.
5 out of 5 stars Body Jet
Dr. W and his staff are fantastic! They are professional, compassionate, and really care about their patients. I could not ask for a better doctor! If you are going to the beach…plan a visit to The Aesthetic Clinique! Dr. W and his staff are the best on the Emerald Coast!
3 out of 5 stars
Good for Botox. Bad for Thermage Because It Doens't Work and is a Waste of Money - Santa Rosa Beach, FL
Recommend for botox, fillers. Don't recommend for Thermage, which was completly ineffective and a waste of thousands of dollars.
5 out of 5 stars
Explained everything , answered my questions & was very gentle .
5 out of 5 stars ArteFill
Dr Weiner and his staff are amazing!!! They take the extra time with you and explain everything they are doing.
4 out of 5 stars Dysport
Had gotten juvaderm there before , Without any problems
About Steven F. Weiner, MD
Steven F. Weiner, MD practices in Santa Rosa Beach at The Aesthetic Clinique as a Facial Plastic Surgeon, board certified by American Board of Otolaryngology. Dr. Weiner began participating on RealSelf in 2008, and has achieved "Distinguished Member" status. The doctor has 20 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services, and is a member of American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS).
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Restylane has become the number one trusted dermal filler in the world. With over 20 million treatments worldwide, and numerous publish studies, Restylane’s safety and efficacy is well established. It is composed of hyaluronic acid (HA), a naturally occurring substance that is found in skin and joints. It’s duration of action is about 6-12 months, depending on the location it is placed. Crosslinking, a process that joins adjacent strands of the HA, is essential, because the breakdown...
It happens everyday. Patients ask how long they can count on their dermal filler lasting. The problem is, is that there is no quick and easy answer. There are a number of variables that factor into filler longevity, with the ultimate unknown being that there is no way that a physician can determine how one’s body is going to degrade a particular filler.In the US, the majority of patients are injected with Hyaluronic Acid (HA) fillers. The commonly known HA fillers are: Juvederm Ultra,...
This is the golden age for minimally invasive cosmetic procedures. Who would have ever thought 15 years ago, that procedures done in the office in a matter of 20-30 minutes could result in demonstrable improvements in one’s appearance with results lasting, in some cases, a year or more? Without the need for downtime, anesthesia, or significant costs, cosmetic procedures have flourished, with many people who never would consider enhancements, “dipping their toe” in these procedures. ...
Realself.com is a public forum for asking questions about cosmetic procedures which patients have had or are thinking of undergoing to the website’s participating physicians. The website allows doctors of the following specialties to respond:Plastic SurgeonsFacial Plastic SurgeonsDermatologistsOculoplastic SurgeonsUnfortunately, experience and credentials are not always fully evaluated by the public, and undesired outcomes, often with long term repercussions, can result. Sometimes with...
The ideal shape for an aesthetically pleasing face has been referred to as “an upside down egg” or heart-shaped. It is desirous to have the upper face wider than the mid/lower face. It brings more attention to the eyes, the center of beauty. Widening of the lower face can give a female a more masculine appearance, and also is a sign of aging. The causes of enlargement of the mid/lower face are:Enlarged masseter muscles. Often caused by bruxism (grinding one’s teeth)ObesityGenetics....
Education / Training
Medical: MD, University of Michigan
Residency: Otolaryngology, Johns Hopkins Hospital
Head and Neck Surgery, Facial Plastic Surgery, Johns Hopkins Hospital
Neurolaryngology, Johns Hopkins Hospital
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