Beyond Botox

Filling wrinkles with plastic beads, liquid silicone and the skin of human cadavers

Lisa Weissman has a problem: A cluster of wrinkles on either side of her mouth that Botox can't touch. She knows this because she has already been given Botox--injections of dilute botulism toxin--to smooth the furrows of her brow. And like thousands of other women who have been Botoxed and were pleased with the results, she's pursuing new and better ways of using a syringe to erase the other signs of aging on her face.

That's why the 45-year-old real estate saleswoman and mother of three is propped up on a gray surgical chair at the posh Upper East Side Manhattan...

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