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Revolutionizing Skincare: Noon Aesthetics at Inner Glow AestheticsMD

At Inner Glow AestheticsMD, our mission has always been to offer our patients the pinnacle of skincare treatments, ensuring natural results, minimized downtime, and paramount safety. Under the guidance of Dr. Shternfeld, we’ve scoured the globe to learn and implement the latest advancements in aesthetic medicine. Our journey took us from the bustling streets of […]

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From Medical Marvel to Aesthetic Wonder: The Evolution of Botox

Botox, a name now synonymous with aesthetic treatments and youthful skin, has a rich history rooted in medical science. Initially used by ophthalmologists, this drug played a crucial role in treating patients with uncontrollable facial tics and those with eye alignment issues. Its journey began in 1989 when it was approved to treat eyelid spasms […]

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Eyelid Care

We are using our eyes more than ever and our habits are contributing to eye issues, such as eye fatigue and discomfort. Computers, cell phones, smoking, contact lenses, eye makeup, false lashes, many oral medications, environmental allergens, hormonal changes, CPAP use, LASIK, rosacea, autoimmune conditions, and chemotherapy are some of the stressors that disrupt tear […]

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Rosacea – Facial Redness, Acne & Dry Eyes

Rosacea is a common condition, presenting with facial redness, flushing, cheek acne, broken blood vessels and dry eyes. It is most common in Caucasians and triggered by various factors, including heat, sun, certain foods, hormonal changes – basically, life. Many people don’t realize they have rosacea and don’t associate their acne or eye irritation with […]

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Dermal Fillers – Preventing Issues & Dissolving with Ultrasound

Dermal fillers are a very safe and effective way to restore facial volume loss and create more balanced features. These procedures have become very popular, as they have very little downtime, and the results can be seen almost immediately. Like all medical procedures, complications and poor outcomes are possible. These are best avoided by choosing […]

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Botox in Ophthalmology

Botulinum is a neuromodulator that has many uses, both medical and aesthetic. It binds to nerve receptors and interrupts the message being sent to the muscle, causing the muscle to relax. In the 1970’s, Ophthalmologists first used botulinum to treat crossed eyes and blepharospasm, or uncontrollable blinking. At this time, botulinum was called Oculinum and […]

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Safe and Effective Laser Treatment for Cherry and Spider Angiomas Removal

Cherry angiomas are common benign skin growths that can develop on the face and body. Sometimes they appear in a cluster. They are reddish in appearance because they are a collection of small blood vessels. As they get bigger, they may appear like a dome. Cherry angiomas can occur anywhere on the body, but most […]

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Collagen Induction Therapy

Collagen is the largest protein in the skin. As we age, the production of collagen slows down, resulting in sagging and dull skin texture. Sun damage, smoking and stress also contribute to collagen loss and poor skin quality. Microneedling is a minimally invasive procedure used to boost collagen and elastin in the skin, using small, […]

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Dissolving Fillers

Hyaluronic fillers are the most commonly used type of dermal fillers. They attract water and help restore lost volume or create volume in areas that previously did not have enough desired volume, such as in the lips. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance that is present in our faces and the hyaluronic acid in […]

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What is Melasma?

Melasma is a common skin condition, particularly in skin of color and after childbirth, that causes brown spots, usually on the face. Hormonal changes such as pregnancy and hormonal birth control are often the trigger. Heat, sun and hormonal changes can worsen the melasma, causing more intense pigment disruption. Once melasma develops, it usually becomes […]

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Tear Trough Fillers – Things To Know

Ophthalmologist Perspective- The eyes are the perfect example of form and function. If you ever had any issues with your eyes and eyelids, you know what I mean. 😊 These are some thoughts that go through my mind before and during the procedure. Sharing knowledge, so you can have a better understanding and experience. Tear […]

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Skin of Color

Skin of color has often been overlooked by the Aesthetic Industry. As more research and better understanding becomes available, we are better able to take care of all skin types. Skin of color is prone to pigmentary disruption. This can mean both hyper and hypo pigmentation. Hyperpigmentation can have multiple causes, often related to UV […]

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Don’t Forget The Neck

The neck is a frequent area of concern because it is quite often a “tell” of aging. Sun exposure causes damage to this delicate tissue, resulting in discolored and crepey skin. Prolonged use of near devices results in horizontal neck lines known as “tech neck”. The platysma, a superficial sheet like muscle in the neck, […]

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Collagen Stimulation With Hyperdilute Radiesse

Radiesse is an FDA approved filler that can restore volume and stimulate collagen. It consists of calcium hydroxyapatite (CaHA) suspended in an aqueous gel carrier. The gel gets absorbed and the CaHA stimulates collagen in skin and bones.

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IPL Treatment for Dry Eyes

Dry Eye Syndrome is a common condition and can be very disruptive to people’s lives. Recurrent styes, swollen and crusty lids, scratchy and tearing eyes are all symptoms of dry eye syndrome. People with allergies can have worsening symptoms due to underlying dry eyes. Contact lens wearers, people with a history of LASIK, rosacea, post-menopausal […]

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Why Choose an Ophthalmologist as Your Injector?

Choosing who will perform your aesthetic procedures is an important decision and people often take a long time before they trust anyone with their face. Experience, continuous education, positive online reviews and recommendations from friends/family are often factors. Dr. Shternfeld is an Ophthalmologist with extensive injecting experience and training. She combines her knowledge of anatomy, […]

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How To Make Botox Last Longer?

Botox is one of the four FDA approved neuromodulators, including Dysport, Xeomin and Jeuveau. All of them have the same active molecule, a botulinum toxin A, which binds to the nerve and prevents it from sending a message to the muscle. They differ in manufacturing processes, surrounding proteins and molecular sizes. As the muscles remain […]

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