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Not pleasant, I do not recommend Dr. Richard Strecker for botox. Pay a little more and go to a DERMATOLOGIST.
1 out of 5 stars Botox
Very disappointing, I do not recommend Dr. Strecker for Botox.
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: Harvard University
Medical: Boston University School of Medicine
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: Tufts University Hospitals
Residency: Opthalmology, Washington Hospital Center
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LASIK is a great procedure for people ages 20- late 30's, this is when you'll get the biggest benefit from the procedure. Once you enter your 40's,... READ MORE
I would suggest that you get this hair treatment one month before LASIK and wait three months after LASIK. You don't want any outside components to... READ MORE
A good option would be to meet with the injector for a consultation so that they can tailor the treatment to your needs. In regards to a chemical brow... READ MORE
Hello, A better option for you may be to use an HA filler because this will last much longer, about a year, as opposed to Botox, which typically lasts... READ MORE
It could be that another syringe would benefit you or on the other hand it may have been where and how the injector used the Radiesse. If the product... READ MORE
Hello, the Botox should have worn off within 3-4 months. If you are still experiencing droopy lids, I would recommend an ophthalmic evaluation to rule... READ MORE
This should be fine. We recommend about 24 hours of no strenuous activity after receiving Botox injections. READ MORE
Your uneven eyebrows can be treated to be made symmetric with Botox. We could lower the right brow with Botox to match the left brow. READ MORE
I would not recommend Botox when you're pregnant or breastfeeding. HA fillers are naturally occurring and would be safe to use in theory; however, you... READ MORE
What is the best ongoing treatment for horizontal forehead lines and frown lines that are visible at rest? (Photo)
My first treatment choice for wrinkles at the eyes and above is Botox. I will sometimes use HA fillers after Botox to treat deeper wrinkles that Botox... READ MORE
Videos by Richard Strecker, MD
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This patient describes his life and experience being glasses-free after LASIK, noting his rediscovered joy of swimming. WATCH VIDEO
This patient describes her experience during and after her LASIK procedure. This patient needed her glasses so infrequently that it was a chore to remember them. WATCH VIDEO
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