Full face laser resurfacing to improve the texture and appearance of your skin. Used for both skin rejuvenation (fine lines, sun damage) and acne scars. This is the most aggressive resurfacing treatment; usually only a single treatment is necessary. Patients experience 5-7 days of downtime. Additional treatments, if necessary, are $1000 as a courtesy.
Laser resurfacing performed only over focal areas of acne scarring (Focal Acne Scar Treatment.) This aggressive treatment targets only the acne scars (not the whole face.) This is ideal for patients with scattered deep pitted acne scars. Fraxel Laser Resurfacing
This non-ablative resurfacing laser treatment is a great option for patients with melasma, fine lines, scars, sun spots and stretch marks. There are only 2-3 days of redness and swelling. Multiple treatments are needed for the best results, usually 3-4 treatments are performed.
This laser treatment decreases redness from rosacea and acne scarring. 3-5 treatments are usually needed for optimal results; treatment sessions are spaced at 2-4 week intervals. Patients experience mild redness for a few hours after the procedure.
Laser removal of broken blood vessels and lentigines (sun spots). The KTP laser is used to treat both types of unwanted lesions on the face. Usually only one treatment is necessary. Blood vessels will disappear immediately; sun spots will temporarily become darker and then disappear with time.
Cellulaze is a minimally invasive procedure for reducing cellulite on the body. The Cellulaze laser is used to smooth out pockets of fat, break up fibrous bands that pull the skin down around the fat pockets and stimulate collagen in order to make the skin thicker and healthier.
Undesirable veins on the legs are removed with either laser or sclerotherapy. We will help you to determine which treatment is best for your leg veins. Multiple treatments are required, usually 2-3 treatments. We recommend bringing support stockings to wear after your treatment.
Botox and Dysport can be used to relax the muscles that make the facial movements that lead to deep wrinkles. The most common areas treated are the glabella (between the brows), forehead, and crow’s feet. There is no downtime after your treatment and the results last approximately 4 months. Botox can also be used to treat excessive sweating.
Fillers, such as Juvederm, Restylane, Perlane, Radiesse and Sculptra can be used to add volume to the face where volume has diminished over time. Fillers are commonly used to treat the nasolabial folds (“smile lines”), but are also used to treat the midface, loss of volume in the hands, for non-surgical nosejobs, and to plump the lips. Numbing cream can be applied prior to the treatment and patients are very comfortable during the injections.
Zeltiq CoolSculpting uses cryolipolysis to break down fat cells in the treated area. The fat cells are then naturally flushed out by the body’s immune system. Patients experience a 20% reduction of fat in the treated area. Most patients do only one treatment, though some patients choose to do additional treatments for another 20% reduction. The most common areas to treat are the upper and lower abdomen, the love handles and the “bra buldge.”
Unwanted tattoos can be removed with a series of laser treatments. It is difficult to predict the number of treatments necessary, as tattoo ink is not regulated and some ingredients respond better to the laser than other ingredients. On average, 5-10 treatments are necessary. Newer techniques are available, which combine multiple sessions of into one treatment session. Often only 1-2 treatments are necessary with these technique.
This radiofrequency treatment stimulates new collagen production to provide tightening where the skin has increased in laxity.