Aesthetic and Cosmetic Services

Botox and dermal fillers are the most popular non-surgical treatment options for wrinkle reduction and improving your facial appearance. You’ll find a detailed breakdown of each to help you decide which option best meets your skincare needs.

Botox / Wrinkle Reducers

BOTOX® Cosmetic is a prescription drug injected into muscles to temporarily reduce the appearance of moderate to severe wrinkles, crow’s feet lines, and frown lines.

Dermal Fillers: Lip/Cheek/Chin

Dermal fillers assist to reduce facial wrinkles while also restoring volume and fullness to the face. Our faces naturally lose subcutaneous fat as we age. Because the facial muscles are now operating closer to the skin’s surface, smile lines and crow’s feet become more visible.

What dermal fillers are capable of:

  • Increasing volume in lips due to aging or for a clients request for an improved cosmetic appearance
  • Restoring volume loss and fullness, including cheeks and undereye area
  • Improve appearance of small lines and scars, including fine lines around lips and eye area
  • Restore and renew facial contours for a refreshed and natural appearance
  • Correct facial asymmetry

HydraFacial / Microdermabrasion

A hydrafacial is one of the most effective procedures for skin resurfacing that does not involve the use of any invasive techniques. It eliminates dead skin cells and other impurities while simultaneously penetrating the skin with moisturizing serums by combining the processes of cleaning, exfoliation, extraction, hydration, and protection against free radicals.

The top layer of skin may be removed using a technique called microdermabrasion, which results in an improvement in the look of the patient’s skin. This exfoliates your skin using crystals or a diamond-tipped wand.

PDO Threads

Polydioxanone (PDO) thread lifts use a biodegradable polyester suture. For starters, it causes immediate skin lifting. Second, it compresses fat tissue, causing immediate skin tightening. Third, it stimulates collagen formation and neovascularization, allowing your skin to be renewed at the cellular level. All of this contributes to improved skin texture, less fine lines and wrinkles, and more elastic skin.

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