What Services are Available from a Cosmetic Doctor?

We all want to look our best. Fortunately, when you are unhappy with a certain aspect of your appearance, a variety of treatments are available from qualified cosmetic doctors. Below is some information about the treatments your local cosmetic doctor offers.

Dermaplaning

Dermaplaning is a cosmetic treatment that involves the removal of the skin's fine vellus hair, as well as the exfoliation of the upper layers of skin. This procedure utilizes no chemicals but leaves the skin with a natural glow.

Facial Peels

A gentle and effective treatment for all skin types, facial peels fight the signs of aging and exposure to the environment. This procedure utilizes a blend of various peeling agents, including alpha-hydroxy acids.

Latisse

Latisse is an FDA-approved prescription treatment available to individuals who want to grow fuller, longer and darker eyelashes. This treatment can increase eyelash growth naturally, allowing you to enjoy healthier, more appealing eyelashes without mascara or other beauty aids.

Microneedling

Micro-needling procedures stimulate the skin's cells to release cytokines and GFs, which work together to increase the production of elastin and collagen. These procedures work by using tiny needles to create very small perforations in the outer layers of the skin. These perforations enhance the penetration of products and stimulate the skin's natural growth.

Juvederm

Juvederm is a dermal filler designed to improve the appearance of wrinkles, furrows and other signs of aging. Several different formulations of Juvederm exist, including Juvederm Ultra, Juvederm Ultra Plus, Juvederm XC and the standard formulation. Each of these formulations offers different advantages for clients, so talk to a cosmetic doctor to see which is best for you.

BOTOX

BOTOX is a popular cosmetic procedure that involves the injection of a highly purified protein into the skin through a fine needle. This protein can relax some of the muscles that cause certain types of wrinkles. This procedure is used most commonly on the face and neck, and it causes very little pain.

Choosing the Right Procedure

If you are interested in cosmetic treatments, the first step is to visit a cosmetic doctor. A qualified cosmetic doctor will be able to evaluate your medical history and your cosmetic goals to help you determine which of these procedures are appropriate. To learn more about any of the procedures above, contact the Vein & Vascular Institute.

 


Category: Aesthetic Procedures


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