Dr. Cox was a site clinician for the study “Qualitative Work on the Facial Lines Satisfaction Questionnaire (FLSQ) in Select Age Groups.” This work continued the development of tools to assess patient satisfaction with treatment of facial lines. In this case we applaud Allergan for supporting objective measurement of patient satisfaction. Although we know the products work long before they come to market, the proof is whether patients agree once they’re out and in use. The study was performed August through December 2016.
Dr. Cox was principal investigator in the study “A Multi-Center, Open Label, Multiple Dose, Phase II Trial to Demonstrate the Safety of [product] in Adult Subjects for Treatment of Moderate-to-Severe Glabellar Lines.” This was a follow-up to an earlier study, evaluating multiple treatments in an unblinded study. The product is coming to market soon, and when it arrives, the most experienced injector in the southeast will be right here in Chapel Hill! Thank you to all the Triangle residents who helped us bring this exciting new Botox-like product to market. The study was performed April 2014 to March 2017.
Dr. Cox was principal investigator for the study “A Multi-center, Randomized, Double-Blinded, Placebo-Controlled Study Evaluating the Safety and Efficacy of [product] for the Reduction of Central Abdominal Bulging.” This is the second study (different product) we’ve done evaluating an injectable treatment for belly fat. We keep hoping one will come to market cause a few of us could use a little help ! The product has not been approved for this use, though we understand research on the molecule for injectable treatment of fat continues. Stay tuned, we’ll keep you posted if we get any updates. The study was performed April through August 2015.
Dr. Cox was principal investigator for the study A Multi-Center, Randomized, Double Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Single Dose, Phase III Pivotal Trial to Demonstrate the Safety and Efficacy of [product] in Adult Subjects for Treatment of Moderate-to-Severe Glabellar Lines.” This new product, similar to Botox, will be introduced soon. With companies developing similar products with slightly different characteristics, the skill and experience of the injector will become even more important in getting the results you want in the most economical manner. Our thanks to the Triangle residents who participated in this study. You got an early look at this exciting new product, and hopefully learned a bit about clinical research in the aesthetic industry. The study was performed October 2014 through November 2016.
Dr. Cox was principal investigator in the study “A Controlled, Randomized, Double-Blinded, Within-Subject, Multicenter, Prospective Clinical Study of [product] vs versus Perlane-L® in the Treatment of Moderate to Severe Nasolabial Folds.” The study compared a new filler with an already marketed product for treatment of the nasolabial fold. This new filler is expected soon, and when it hits the market, the most experienced injector will be right here at Aesthetic Solutions! The study was active from August 2014 to August 2015.
Dr. Cox was principal investigator in the study “A Safety and Efficacy Study to Compare Dapsone Dermal Gel with Vehicle Control in Patients with Acne Vulgaris.” The study evaluated a topical gel for treatment for acne, and was active from May 2014 to December 2016.
Dr. Cox was principal investigator in the study “A Prospective, Randomized, Controlled, Multi-Center, Study of the Safety and Effectiveness of JUVÉDERM® Ultra XC Injectable Gel versus Belotero Balance® for Perioral Lines.” The study compared two fillers used to treat lines around the mouth. The study was active from October 2013 through August 2015.
Dr. Cox was an independent reviewer in a study which developed tools for measuring treatment of acne scarring. The study was performed in August 2013.
Dr. Cox was principal investigator in the study “Evaluation of Psychological Impact Using the Facial Lines Outcome-11 (FLO-11) Questionnaire in Forehead Lines, Glabellar Lines, and Crow’s Feet Lines.” This study shed light on the psychological benefits of forehead, brow and crow’s feet lines. The study was active May through August 2013.
Dr. Cox assisted with development of tools to measure patient satisfaction with treatment of forehead lines. These tools were then used in future studies to assess the psychological impact of treatment of forehead lines, brow lines and crows feet. The project was conducted May through August 2013.