• PR1 imageBusiness Wire – William J. Binder M.D., F.A.C.S. Inc., Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon who Discovered BOTOX® for Migraine Treatment, says new F.D.A. approved Therapy can give Chronic Headache Sufferers “a new lease on life”
  • PR2 imagePRWebWilliam J. Binder M.D., F.A.C.S. Who Discovered BOTOX® for Migraines Says FDA-approved Therapy Give Chronic Headache Sufferers “New Lease On Life”
  • PR3American Health & Beauty
    Using 3-D Technology To Create A Better Facial Implant
    American Health & Beauty – November 04, 2010Facial Implants are now being used to lift jowls, smooth wrinkles, add facial volume and to improve and even replace full facelifts! Once a long and costly process involving bone grafting, metal plates and hardware: pioneering plastic surgeon Dr. William J. Binder uses CT scans and 3-D computer imaging technology to create anatomically accurate,custom facial implants. The implants are so precise that screws and other fixation devises are usually not needed and the outpatient implant procedure is now quicker and less invasive.
  • Make Me
    Getting A Perfect Rhinoplasty (aka nose job) The First Time Around
    PR4 imageMakemeheal – November 30, 2010Though among the most common, the Rhinoplasty or “nose job” is also among the most difficult and revised plastic surgery procedures. Beverly Hills Revision Rhinoplasty surgeon Dr. William J. Binder, who is often called upon to revise the most difficult rhinoplasties, says it is possible to get it right the first time. Because “botched” nose jobs not only look unattractive and artificial but can also create serious breathing problems, Dr. Binder pioneered the “structure” approach to rhinoplasty in which surgeons reposition and reinforce the nose rather than simply reducing and weakening its structure.
  • PR5 imageHealth Radio-Dr.DaSilva Show
    Using Botox to Alleviate the Symptoms of Migraines
    Guest: Dr. William J. Binder, discoverer of Botox for Migraine treatment.
    Health Radio – Ask Dr. DeSilva Show – October 26, 2010After discovering that Botox injections were relieving migraine pain in his patients being treated for facial wrinkles, Dr. William J. Binder went on to study and develop the dosage and injection protocol for treating migraines with Botox. Dr. Binder says the neurotoxin works on the nerves rather than the muscles and the injection sites and dosages are different than for facial wrinkle treatments. He stressed a proper diagnosis by headache specialists, then treatment by physicians trained in the specific injection techniques. He says Botox has been FDA approved for chronic migraine and is the only preventative treatment to stop the onset of migraines.
  • American Health &
    FDA Approves BOTOX To Treat Migraines
    PR6 image Comments from Dr. William J. Binder, plastic surgeon who discovered new treatment.
    American Health and – October 26, 2010Dr. William J. Binder, who discovered the use of the BOTOX neurotoxin to treat migraines, says the FDA’s recent approval of the treatment will mean welcomed relief for millions of chronic migraine sufferers who could not be helped by traditional pain medications.He says it is also the first preventative therapy for all migraine sufferers, offering relief from the onset of the headaches for 3 months or longer. Dr. Binder developed the injection protocol which is the basis of the current FDA approved BOTOX migraine treatment and stressed that injection location and dosing is crucial in effectively treating migraines with BOTOX.
  • Fab Over
    One less headache
    PR7 image Fab Over – October 26, 2010Women, who make up the bulk of the 27 million plus migraine sufferers, have new hope thanks to the FDA approval of the treatment of Migraines with Botox. Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. William J. Binder discovered the Botox for migraine treatment and developed the injection protocol which can prevent the onset of the debilitating headaches for months. Dr. Binder cautioned that it’s critical for headache sufferers to confirm they really have migraines and make sure the doctor you use is experienced in the specific protocol for treating migraines with Botox.
    Photos! Docs Tell Us ‘The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills’ ALL Appear To Have Had Plastic Surgery: Botox, Implants & More!
    PR8 image – October 15, reached out to top LA-based plastic surgeon Dr. William Binder to discuss which of the cast of Bravo’s ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ appear as though they’ve had nose jobs, lip injections, breast implants and Botox!*Kim Richards – “Kim might have had Botox, but she is very much in the natural zone,” he tells us. “But there is sun damage to her arms.”*Lisa VanderPump – “She appears to have had breast implants,” Dr. Binder says. “She has a great smile and is natural-looking, but she might have had rhinoplasty.”*Taylor Armstrong – “Taylor’s lips appear to be overfilled, and it looks as if she may have had Botox and other facial fillers.”

    *Camille Grammer – “is naturally beautiful, but may have had rhinoplasty,” according to Dr. Binder. “it is difficult to tell because of the makeup, but she might have had upper eyelid surgery too. She looks as thought she’s had her lips filled and maybea breast augmentation.”

    *Kyle Richards – “She has good bone structure, but it appears she has had rhinoplasty, and possibly her lower lip filled.”

  • The Daily Mail
    Pillow-face epidemic: Which celebs have plumped for a surgery-free facelift – and who just looks like they have?
    PR9 image The Daily Mail – October 11, 2010A British writer takes a critical look at the unnatural and expressionless appearance of members of the “Pillow-face club”– celebrities who appear to have had excessive filler injections to smooth out facial wrinkles and other signs of aging, but Dr. William Binder, a veteran Beverly Hills facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon, suggests the celebrities and others may not be the only ones at fault. Dr. Binder blames a large percentage of these cases on surgeons being too scared to say “no” to high-profile clients.”With some patients, surgery and fillers become an obsession,”he says.”But then there is an obligation on the part of the surgeons to say:’No-no more.’ It is up to the surgeon to use his best judgment. Sometimes the patient is not the best critic when it comes to how much they should get.”