According to new research from the Perelman College of Medication at the University of Pennsylvania.

3-D imaging technique could be useful for measuring efficacy of injectable wrinkle reducers A three-dimensional imaging technique often found in the automotive and aerospace industries for accurate measurement could be useful to gauge the efficacy of injectable wrinkle reducers such as Botox and Dysport, according to new research from the Perelman College of Medication at the University of Pennsylvania . The procedure, called three-dimensional speckle monitoring photogrammetry, is explained in the May issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

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