A common question we get asked at PST is what is the difference between Botox and Juvederm or Restylane? Or rather, the difference between neurotoxins and fillers? If they both help with wrinkles, how do you choose? We've asked Dr. Tittle to break it down for us.
Dr. Tittle has been chosen by Suneva Medical as a BellaDiamond injector. 💎 That means he is in the top 1% of Bellafill Injectors in the world. In March 2017 he attended the BellaDiamond Summit held for those top 1%, no more than 25 injectors. The summit experts discussed extensive research on Bellafill - the 5 year facial filler granted by the FDA.
Dr. Tittle interviewed with Linda Cooper from the Live Love Laugh Today Show on what products he recommends to combat that troubled area, the saggy skin over the knees. Watch the full interview from February 5, 2017 now!
My grandmother was the most beautiful woman I've ever met besides my mother. Okay, I might be a little bit biased, but truly they were (and still are) stunning women. They both had a very natural look but wouldn’t be caught dead without their lipstick. That’s right, they wore almost NO make-up but always had a bold, strong lip.
One of the most common concerns for men are wrinkles, regardless if they appear between the eyes (crows feet), around their mouth or on their forehead. The continuous movement of the muscles causes facial wrinkles. There is a quick and easy fix to make a man look softer on the edges and put the 'bounce' back into the skin without any down time.
It's about slowing down the aging process, not reversing the clock. Part of building our practice at Plastic Surgery of Texas is about relationships and providing consistently effective procedures. Patients trust Plastic Surgeons because they are the experts in the business of skin care and treatments available to date. We are "health advisors," as Dr. Tittle would say. And he would know; He was one of the first in Texas to own a laser!
Hyperhidrosis – a condition that causes excessive sweating – affects around 3% of the population, often causing embarrassment, discomfort, and anxiety. Over half of people with hyperhidrosis are never diagnosed or treated, despite the fact that it is considered a serious medical condition.