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Cosmetic injections refer to non-surgical procedures involving the injection of various substances into the skin or underlying tissues to enhance facial features, reduce the signs of aging, or address specific cosmetic concerns.


Botox, Dysport, Daxxify

Neuromodulators reduce the facial muscle activity under the skin that causes wrinkles. It is ideal for improving or eliminating the appearance of frown lines between the eyebrows, crow’s feet, and forehead wrinkles. Botox treatments last 3 to 4 months, and can be repeated. For dramatic results, pair Botox with dermal fillers or lasers. Pricing varies by procedure and by area


When it comes to beauty, who doesn’t want fuller lips, softer facial contours, and diminished wrinkles and scars? That’s where soft-tissue fillers such as Juvéderm® come in. Made of hyaluronic acid, a naturally-occurring substance in your body, Juvéderm is a smooth gel filler that helps to add volume and hydration, resulting in a naturally improved version of you. There are different versions of this filler available, most commonly, Vobella, Vollure, Voluma, and Juvederm Ultra. Juvederm is in the family of injectable hyaluronic acid dermal fillers used to smooth severe facial wrinkles and folds, which are called parentheses lines, which appear from the nose to the corners of the mouth. It is also used to plump up lips, reduce acne scarring, enhance cheek volume, and reduce wrinkles on the hands. It is said that Juvederm will last up to one year.


Restylane fillers work by injecting a gel-like formulation of hyaluronic acid into targeted areas of the face. This adds volume, smoothes wrinkles, and enhances facial contours. Different formulations within the Restylane family are designed to address specific concerns, such as Restylane-L for moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, Restylane Lyft for cheek augmentation and midface volume, and Restylane Silk for lip augmentation and fine lines around the mouth. The results of Restylane treatments are usually immediate, and the effects can last for several months. The duration may vary based on the specific product used and individual factors. Restylane fillers are considered safe and are often chosen for their natural-looking results.


Kybella is a non-invasive fat removal injection most commonly used under the chin. A series of injections can make a dramatic and permanent improvement in your jawline.

Dermal Fillers

Juvederm, RHA, Restylane, Sculptra

Dermal filler injection is a minimally invasive procedure that helps to diminish facial lines and restore volume and fullness in the face. As we age, our faces naturally lose skin thickness in addition to fat and bone that lies under our skin. There are a variety of dermal fillers to choose from, depending on the area that needs treatment.
Most dermal fillers are made from naturally occurring substances that are already found in the skin and body. Dermal fillers can be very helpful in those with early to advanced signs of aging, or as a value-added part of facial rejuvenation surgery.


(Resilient Hyaluronic Acid) filler is a type of dermal filler designed to address facial wrinkles and lines by restoring volume and suppleness to the skin. What sets RHA apart is its formulation, which closely mimics the natural hyaluronic acid found in the skin, allowing for dynamic and natural-looking results. RHA fillers are specifically formulated to adapt to the dynamic movements and expressions of the face. They are categorized into different levels (RHA1, RHA2, and RHA3), with each level designed for specific areas and depths of treatment. RHA fillers are commonly used to soften wrinkles, add volume, and enhance facial contours, providing a more youthful and refreshed appearance.


Sculptra is a unique type of dermal filler designed to work subtly and gradually over time to achieve a more youthful-looking appearance. Sculptra, unlike hyaluronic acid fillers, helps to stimulate your skin’s own natural collagen production and restore volume that is lost during the aging process.


Sclerotherapy is a medical procedure used to treat varicose veins and spider veins by injecting a solution, called a sclerosant, directly into the affected veins. The goal of sclerotherapy is to irritate and damage the lining of the vein, causing it to collapse and eventually be reabsorbed by the body. This results in improved blood flow and a reduction in the appearance of visible veins.

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