Category Archives: facial rejuvenation

Smooth the Lines Around Your Eyes: ThermiSmooth

Published on September 20, 2015 by
Pretty Blond Woman

Those pesky fine lines and wrinkles below your eyes can make you look older yet you’re really NOT. If you have noticed these unwanted changes in your eyes, you may be a candidate for a new procedure called ThermiSmooth. ThermiSmooth

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PRP Improves CO2 Laser Treatments

Published on January 11, 2015 by
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A recent article has confirmed the benefits of using PRP (platelet rich plasma) together with CO2 resurfacing (SmartXide Dot laser).[1] We have seen this beneficial effect in our practice at TrueMD, and recommend patients to have PRP added to their

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Cosmetic surgery became more popular among the various racial and ethnic people

Published on March 28, 2014 by

Still now majority of the patients seeking cosmetic surgery procedures are caucasian females but the proportion of patients, those who belongs to other racial and ethnic population (including both males and females) has been increasing in recent years. According to

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Breast Implant Raffle benefits local women and infants

Published on February 26, 2014 by

From the Advocate on the True You Event: [An] Area doctor (Dr. Robert L. True) last week raffled off a pair of boobs in an effort to help a neighborhood-based charity. A Lamborghini was stabled in front of Hotel Zaza, where

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True You Event for Women’s Charity

Published on February 23, 2014 by

Last thursday, Dr. Robert True sponsored a TRUE YOU EVENT at the Hotel Zaza in Dallas and the evening turned out to be fabulous. Raffle tickets were sold and the proceeds are to go to the Methodist Women’s Center, which

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BOTOX Now Approved for Crow’s Feet

Published on November 23, 2013 by

Recently, the FDA approved the use of Botox for wrinkles along the sides of the eyes, otherwise called crow’s feet. We all know that as we get older, changes in our facial skin occur. One of these changes is the

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Significance and role of oestrogen in women

Published on November 16, 2013 by

Oestregen (also spelled Estrogen) is a group of compounds, that act as the primary female sex hormone. The name oestrogen is derived from ‘oistros’ meaning the fertility period of female and ‘gonos’ means to generate.Natural oestrogens are steroid hormones. The

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Eczema

Published on October 2, 2013 by

Eczema is broadly referred as a range of chronic skin inflammation and other associated skin conditions. eczema is also known as ‘Atopic dermatitis’, the most common form of eczema. People suffering from eczema often have family history of eczema, and

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Rosacea – symptoms and treatments

Published on September 12, 2013 by

Rosacea is a chronic skin condition characterised by facial redness or erythema, that sometime associated with pimples or pustules. This condition is more pronounced in fair skinned person but may affect anyone. The peak age of onset of rosacea is

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Importance of Vitamin A for maintaining good health

Published on July 4, 2013 by

Vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin and a very important vitamin for human body. Vitamin A is essential for vision (due to the production of rodopsin) and gene transcription. It also helps in overall growth and development and the

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