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Cosmetic Surgery Updates and New Procedures

If you are considering a procedure, Dr. Rotatori and his staff share useful research, tips, and the latest practice news to keep you informed and looking your very best. Browse our blog for the latest cosmetic surgery updates and newest treatment options. 

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Botox, or onabotulinumtoxinA, is used to treat various ailments. The three main benefits of Botox are muscle spasm control, severe underarm sweating and cosmetic improvement. In this article we concentrate on the cosmetic applications of Botox. Botox Cosmetic is used for the temporary smoothing of glabellar lines (also called frown lines), which are the lines between your eyebrows that can make you look tired, unhappy or angry.


Let’s face it. Very few of us are 100% comfortable with the way we look. Whether it’s trying to keep up with social expectations or meeting our own personal goals, most of us have at least one area of our body that we poke and wince at every time we strip down for a shower – or for other activities.


"Dr. Rotatori, My recent liposuction was a tremendous success and exceeded my expectations. "

Laura, Central Florida
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The information provided on the D. Scott Rotatori, M.D. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery website is intended for general purpose only, and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. The images and/or testimonials on this website do not constitute a promise or representation of any particular outcome or experience patients can expect. Results vary from patient to patient and are not guaranteed.

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The information provided on the D. Scott Rotatori, M.D. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery website is intended for general purpose only, and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. The images and/or testimonials on this website do not constitute a promise or representation of any particular outcome or experience patients can expect. Results vary from patient to patient and are not guaranteed.