You may know that varicose veins are often treated for health and aesthetic reasons. What you may not know is that additional aesthetic treatments are also offered by your cosmetic doctor at your South Jersey Cosmetic Center and vein clinic! It’s true. You can conveniently address your vascular concerns and/or get Botox and facial fillers from your dedicated cosmetic doctor at the same location. At the respected Vein & Vascular Institute of Dr. Charles Dietzek, New Jersey Cosmetic Services are also offered.
As a vein specialist and vascular surgeon, Dr. Dietzek treats vascular disease and makes legs look healthier and better by eliminating bulging varicose veins. Many of the same patients that seek vein treatment are also interested in rejuvenating the face. Dr. Dietzak, of course, treats spider veins in the face, but many patients don’t realize that Juvederm®, Radiesse®, Belotero®, and BOTOX® are also available.
Rejuvenate Your Face and Facial Skin with New Jersey Cosmetic Services
Your cosmetic doctor offers a variety of treatments to facial skin and facial veins to give you fresher, clearer skin and a more youthful appearance. New Jersey Cosmetic Services and facial treatments include:
- Facial fillers: Juvederm®, Radiesse®, and Belotero® are facial fillers used to restore lost facial volume and smooth wrinkles in men and women at the innovative South Jersey Cosmetic Center.
- BOTOX®: This neuromodulator helps to relax away facial wrinkles and is also used to treat hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating). BOTOX® injections may also help alleviate depression, treating migraine headaches and the jaw pain of TMJ.
- Laser for facial veins: Patients who are good candidates for these treatments can also take advantage of laser treatment for spider veins or broken capillaries in the face. These unsightly vein problems appear mainly on and around the nose and cheeks but can show up anywhere on the face and body.
If you’d like a consultation to learn how these treatments can help improve your facial appearance, contact the Vein & Vascular Institute today.