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Facial Filler Study Shows Less is More

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New Orleans - Calcium hydroxylapatite is similar to other dermal fillers in terms of efficacy and ease of administration, but less of it is necessary to get the job done, according to a Stanford University-based retrospective, prospective study. The study was performed by Hayes B. Gladstone, M.D., director, dermatologic surgery, Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif., in conjunction with Mountain View, Calif., private practice dermatologic surgeon Greg S. Morganroth, M.D.

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