Rejuvenate with the latest non-surgical technologies
Advances in treatments and equipment have made non-surgical cosmetic options more attractive in recent years. Furthermore, procedures are more effective, longer lasting, less expensive, and more natural looking. So, you may be considering one or more of these innovative procedures as an alternative to conventional plastic surgery.
Don’t be overwhelmed by the myriad of choices in non-surgical treatment. Many products are simply variants which have been specifically formulated for target facial areas. For example, different dermal fillers can address fine lines or deeper wrinkles, depending on their density. Therefore, your expert consultation will direct the right treatment options.
Many cosmetic treatment options are available to improve appearance or reverse the signs of aging or achieve target goals. Removing laugh lines or shrinking skin pores are just small examples of how non-surgical options can have a dramatic effect.
Non-surgical cosmetic treatments are increasingly common. Last year 14.2 million treatments were administered.
The four most popular non-surgical cosmetic therapies are:
(6.7 million procedures) A purified formula derived from bacteria, botulinum toxin (Botox) blocks the muscular nerve signal keeping the muscle from contracting. As a result, it diminishes facial wrinkles. Botox may also help to prevent brow wrinkles when it is used before these common lines start to form.
(2.4 million procedures) Fillers replace the youthful fullness lost during aging and can thus be strategically placed to sculpt facial contours. Fillers also smooth fine lines and folds.
(1.3 million procedures) A chemical solution is applied to the skin to remove damaged outer layers and reveal smoother skin. Subsequently, chemical peels may help acne or acne scarring, fine lines, rough skin, irregular pigmentation, and sun damage. Light and medium chemical peels can be performed in the doctor’s office. However, deep chemical peels will require anesthesia in a surgical setting.
(1.1 million procedures) An intense, pulsating beam of light damages hair follicles, therefore inhibiting future growth. This popular alternative to shaving is cost-effective and increasing in popularity for men. Recent developments in laser technology have also made laser hair removal more effective for various skin types.
Your consultation will reveal whether a non-surgical option can achieve your desired effect. Today, more can be done non-surgically than ever before. However, our experienced staff can help you understand the costs, risks, and expected results of cosmetic procedures both surgical and non-surgical. So, you can make an informed decision on which treatments are best for you.