Read about some of the new, innovative ways that surgeons are using injectables in the newest issue of Allure magazine, on newsstands now! Dr. Kay is quoted in the feature “The Innovative New Ways Surgeons Are Using Injectables to Sculpt the Human Face” discussing some of the ways toxins and fillers are strategically being used to create optimal results. Allure is globally recognized as a trusted guide focusing on all things beauty, cosmetics, and skincare related. In regards to contouring and restoring facial features, Dr. Kay points out that “to help replace what’s been lost in terms of contours, we place filler more deeply under the skin — often right against the bone. This technique restores that foundation without leaving the skin looking stretched or puffy”. Procedures like cheek and jawline filler ⏤ also known as “Facial Sculpting” or “Facial Contouring” ⏤ have become an unspoken norm amongst actors, actresses, and models. Allure points out Dr. Kay’s usage of “Radiesse as a mooring to accentuate cheekbones and tug back the angle of the jaw for crisp lines and a more defined chin”. This calcium-based filler is often a key component when it comes to replacing lost volume and accentuating a patient’s natural features.
Publications like Allure are oftentimes where patients look first when considering new non-surgical and surgical trends. With a print circulation totaling 5.3 million readers and over 12.6 million digital users, its probably safe to say that Allure is a trusted industry source. Also featured in this piece is Dr. Lara Devgan, MD, MPH, FACS, a speaker at both editions of Dr. Kay Durairaj’s Mastery of Aesthetics in February & October 2019, respectively. Dr. Kay touches on Kybella, Sculptra, Belotero, and the one “eraser” that every injector has in their arsenal. Click here to read more on Allure.com!