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Select Medical Experts on Anti-Aging Injectables and Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation are Needed for MDTV Broadcast Special
Featured Plastic Surgeons, Dermatologists, and More Air Locally on Fox, CBS, CW, My TV, ABC and NBC Network Affiliate Stations in Numerous USA Markets
By MDTV Contributor
|MDTV 2014 Broadcast Special on Anti-Aging Injectable Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation with Associated Medical Messages|
MDTV has partnered with major television network affiliate stations in dozens of markets across the country. Select Experts are welcome to apply and participate in the MDTV Broadcast Phenomenon, including being a guest on the MDTV Anti-Aging Injectables and Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation Show Special and providing the community with MDTV Anti-Aging Injectables and Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation Medical Messages throughout the year.
Local TV Broadcast Stations in over 25 markets are currently seeking plastic surgeons, dermatologists, and medical spa professionals to participate in this public service MDTV special on Anti-Aging Injectables and Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation. "Not only can these local doctors service more patients and enhance their community goodwill but who knows," said Paul G Argen, MDTV Executive Producer, "they might even become the next Dr Oz." These MDTV Select Experts will provide insight to, and speak to common concerns of, people looking to receive trusted information about Anti-Aging Injectables and Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation.
Medical Experts interested in participating should read the Anti-Aging Injectables and Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation Fact Sheet below to learn more about what will be covered and watch MDTV on Anti-Aging Injectables and Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation to see the special in its current form. All it needs is you!
If you can answer the expert questions below as an local Anti-Aging Injectables and Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation MDTV Select Expert, please contact your local Fox, CBS, CW, My TV, ABC and NBC Network affiliate MDTV station or, if there is not a listed MDTV station in your market call, Argen directly at 1-800-985-MDTV(6388).
Fact Sheet for Anti-Aging Injectables and Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation Show Information
TARGET MDTV SELECT® EXPERTS (in priority order)
2. Plastic Surgeon
3. Medical Spa
BACKGROUND RESEARCH FACTS
• Skin fillers and Botox are the most widely used procedures to rejuvenate the skin.
• Most facial volume loss occurs after age 40, but some people start noticing changes in their late
• The newest fillers being introduced work as volumizers to add plumpness for a more youthful
• Chemical peeling is used to improve the skin’s appearance by applying a chemical solution to the
skin, causing the top layers of skin to separate and peel off. The new skin is smoother, less
wrinkled, and may be more even in color.
• Chemical peels are not just for the face; they may be used on the hands, neck or chest to treat age
spots, acne, freckles or discolored skin.
• Dermatologists may enhance the results of a chemical peel with laser/light-based rejuvenation
techniques, or combine with another procedure, such as dermal fillers or botulinum rejuvenation.
• BOTOX® Cosmetic is a non-surgical, physician-administered aesthetic treatment that can
temporarily reduce frown lines, crow’s feet and brow wrinkles for up to 4 months.
• Microdermabrasion is a skin-freshening technique that helps repair facial skin that takes a beating
from the sun and the effects of aging. The plastic surgeon uses a device like a fine sandblaster to
spray tiny crystals across the face, mixing gentle abrasion with suction to remove the dead, outer
layer of skin.
• Most skin rejuvenation techniques require more than one treatment to achieve the desired results.
• Laser technology continues to evolve which provides more options for doctors and less adverse
effects and less downtime for the patient.
• Non-surgical facial rejuvenation procedures have risen dramatically over the last few years
surpassing breast and body procedures.
• These procedures are recommended for mild to moderate skin changes and results are temporary.
For permanent changes, a face lift or surgical intervention is warranted.
PATIENT PROFILE: Patient familiar with many facial rejuvenation techniques discusses her
experience and successful outcome.
QUESTIONS TO ASK FOR SATELLITE INTERVIEW OR PRODUCED PIECE
These questions have been recorded in studio with MDTV Patient Advocate Anchor, Patricia Stark
1. Are there any side effects or risks with any of these treatments, especially Botox?
2. How do you determine which procedure is right for you?
3. Between chemical peels and microdermabrasion, which treatment is the more successful?
ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS FOR PRODUCED PIECE
These questions are to be asked by Advertising Producer to local expert (who is not looking directly into camera)
1. How can the benefits of these treatments be enhanced?
2. Should the practitioner have specific credentials?
3. Do the expensive topical creams work since they are FDA approved?
4. How long do collagen injections typically last?
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