Treatments

examining massetersWe offer a wide range of rejuvenating treatments with a combination of fillers, botulinum toxins, chemical peels, and regenerative medicine.

Botulinum toxins (Botox, Xeomin, Dysport) work by temporarily paralyzing muscles.  They can be used to soften wrinkles, shrink muscles or treat headaches.

Fillers (Radiesse, Belotero Balance, Juvederm, Restalyne, etc) build up structure.  The many available fillers vary in material composition, thickness, longevity and purpose.

Chemical Peels smoothly and quickly remove signs of sun damage, uneven pigment, texture irregularities, acne and mild scars.  Superficial Peels remove the top layers of deciduous cells offering a bright and vibrant appearance with no downtime.  Moderate and Deep Peels target the dermis, stimulating new collagen growth, and a create a lasting improvement.

Platelet Rich Plasma, or PRP, also known as the Vampire Facelift, may be used for a variety of purposes, including adding volume as a filler substitute, rejuvenation, treating wrinkles or creases, or regrowing hair for those with hair loss.  The injected platelets produce growth hormones locally for 7-10 days, and encourage growth and healing in the areas treated.  To harvest PRP, your blood is drawn and spun down in a centrifuge.  The portion known as PRP is removed and injected.  PRP may also be used to treat arthritis, disc herniations and tendonopathies.

AdiPrep, or harvested concentrated adipose tissue, may be used to transfer fat cells, which contain mesenchymal stem cells, to other parts of the body.  The result is natural, increased volume in these areas without the use of artificial fillers.

Often, the best results are achieved with a combination of these treatments.