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BALLANTYNE | wire Introducing Kybella ™ : The only FDA approved nonsurgical treatment for your double chin. Treatments are fast & easy. Results are permanent! Sculptra Aesthetic - See how sensational subtle can be! This anti-aging facial injectable gradually restores lost collagen over a period of a few months and can last for more than 2 years. Rejuvenate your hands with Radiesse! The first & only FDA approved filler for hands! Reverse the signs of aging. Results are smooth, natural- looking, and can last up to a year. HEALTHY SKIN EXPERTS. Our services: Injectable Fillers, Botox & Xeomin, IPL Laser, Hydro Microdermabrasion & Exfoliating Skin Peels. Call us today for your private consultation. 12611 N. Community House Rd., Suite 102, Charlotte, NC 28277 704-544-8200 Dermatology Practice of the Carolinas, P.A. Let us restore your skin's natural radiance & glow! Cancer Group Partners with Village The American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Ballantyne has announced a long-term partnership with Ballantyne Village and its Village Cares program. The partnership will feature the Relay at events coordinated by Ballantyne Village to help increase awareness about the Relay and the cancer society. The partnership will also provide a venue for signature Relay promotions leading up to the next Ballantyne event, which will be June 3 at Ardrey Kell High School. This year's Relay theme, which will coincide with the ffth year of Relay For Life of Ballantyne, will be a "Birthday Bash" celebrating survivors and cancer-free birthdays. Info: Sprint Raises Record $110,000 The 5th Annual Stiletto Sprint, presented by Bissell Companies in September, raised a record $110,000 for Levine Cancer Institute. The I Heart CF team, created in memory of Carolyn Finegan, who passed away in August after a lengthy battle with ovarian cancer, was both the largest team and the top fundraising team, bringing in more than $15,000. Finegan helped create the Stiletto Sprint, along with survivor Pamela Boyajian and other members of the Teal Magnolias, a support group for survivors and women who are undergoing treatment for ovarian cancer. Boyajian secured the title of top individual fundraiser at the event. To donate or learn more: or 704-355-4048 (Carolinas HealthCare Foundation). 26 BALLANTYNE MAGAZINE WINTER 2015-2016

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