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Dr. Steven Weiner: Okay. Well, I'm Dr. Steven Weiner from the Aesthetic Clinique and what we're going to demonstrate here is using Belotero which is a new hyaluronic acid filler to fill in these very superficial etched-in lines. Before we had this filler, we've had no other fillers that could do this quite as well because the other fillers like Restylane and Juvederm wouldn't show if we inject it in that superficial. So we're going to inject it very superficially right here and over here with the etched-in lines around the mouth and so forth. So here we go.

So as you can see, that etched-in line is pretty much gone using Belotero. Very little product has been used for that. So it's a great product to do these real superficial lines. Now, I've added some lidocaine to the product because this particular product doesn't come with lidocaine.

You're doing okay, Jill?

Jill: I am.

Dr. Steven Weiner: Okay. You see, I'm really superficial. There is no bleeding associated with this particular layer. We got that better. We're not going to resolve that one. That one is pretty deep, but it's a lot better as you can see. Now, we're going to go over here. This is a sensitive area, I'm sorry.

Jill: It's okay.

Dr. Steven Weiner: So it really helped out those particular areas using this very superficial filler. Here we go.

Belotero For Fine, Etched, and Smokers Lines

Doctor Steven Weiner discusses the use of Belotero for fine, etched, and smoker's lines.

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