Treatments for Wrinkles
Discover many ways to look and feel younger with the various treatments we offer.
Prevent and diminish fine lines and wrinkles!
Botox is one of the most significant cosmetic advances in the past
decade. By temporarily blocking the muscles of expression, you can
smooth out frown lines and crow's feet. It is excellent for the
prevention of permanent wrinkles and has minimal side effects when
used by a skilled practitioner.
Radiesse is the latest injectable substance that is newly available for
cosmetic purposes to give you fuller lips and fill in lines and wrinkles.
Radiesse is made up of microscopic calcium particles (hydroxylapatite)
that are found in bone and suspended in gel. This is a safe material
and one that has proven to be very compatible with the body. Radiesse
lasts 7 to 12 months or more!
Juvederm dermal filler is the latest treatment for moderate to severe
facial wrinkles and folds such as nasolabial folds. Juvederm is a gel
implant that includes hyaluronic acid, a natural complex sugar that
bolsters skin elasticity, providing a smooth and supple appearance. It
is biocompatible, supplementing the body's natural hyaluronic acid,
which age has depleted.
Photofacials are a series of intense pulsed light (IPL) treatments
that improve the appearance of sun damaged skin, rosacea, flushing, age
spots, spider veins and mild scarring. Photofacials reduce fine lines
and improve dull complexions, uneven skin pigmentation, skin texture
and reduces the appearances of large pores.
Fraxel laser treatments repair damaged skin with minimal downtime
by promoting fast and natural healing. Restore the healthy skin of
your youth and gain a renewed sense of confidence with this safe,
non-invasive procedure. See for yourself how Fraxel can help you
achieve beautiful skin!
Thermage is a safe, effective way to tighten loose skin all over
the body without the risk, downtime, or expense of surgery. Thermage
delivers radiofrequency energy down to the deeper layers of the skin,
stimulating the production of new collagen and causing the existing
collagen to interlace more, tightening the skin above.
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