Botox

Facial aging occurs in three distinct ways: environmental (UV damage), gravitational, and dynamic. Muscles of facial expression can cause premature wrinkling of the skin in the process of dynamic facial aging. The process begins in one’s 30s and is first seen in the upper third of the face.

  

Facial Fillers

Facial Wrinkle Fillers (Juvederm)

In addition to Botox, facial wrinkle fillers have demonstrated great promise in nonsurgical facial rejuvenation. In the past, fillers were primarily collagen-based products which required skin testing and could be associated with allergic reactions. In the past few years, newer more sophisticated products have become available which are better tolerated, last longer, and feel more natural. Hyaluronic acid fillers are the most popular fillers in use today.

 

Kybella

Submental fullness or “double chin” is a very common manifestation of the aging process.  Submental fullness can be influenced by factors such as aging, genetics, weight changes, and is often resistant to diet and exercise.  Many people do not notice their double chin until seeing themselves in digital photographs from a side profile.  Kybella is a nonsurgical office treatment providing permanent improvement for submental fullness.




Other Procedures

Nonablative laser

Fraxel Re:Store Dual Laser

Clear and Brilliant

Photofacial (IPL)

Cutera Pearl and Pearl Fractional

 

Skin tightening

Thermage Face and Body

Ulthera

 

Noninvasive fat removal/body contouring

Zeltiq

Liposonix

 

Chemical Peels

Vitalize Peel by Skin Medica

Rejuvenize Peel by Skin Medica

Illuminize Peel by Skin Medica

The Perfect Peel

Lactic, Glycolic, or Salicylic Peels

Jessners Peel

Epi Peel (Hydroquinone, Retin-A peel)

Skin Ceuticals Micropeel 30 and Micropeel 30+

 

Microdermabrasion

 

Dermaplaning

 

Facials, waxing, and lash/brow tinting

 

Other Lasers

Laser Hair Removal

Laser Tattoo Removal

Laser Vein Removal