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Non-Surgical Cosmetic Procedures

Trust our medical specialists with the beauty that is you!  We care about all aspects of your skin’s needs and work together as a team to achieve your medical as well as cosmetic goals.  It’s comforting to know that when receiving cosmetic services, our trained physicians can recognize and treat medical conditions should they arise.

Cosmetic Injections

The facial aging process varies from person to person and are a result of changes in bone density, loss or displacement of fat and break down of collagen and elastin.

We offer minimally invasive facial cosmetic treatments such as Botox Cosmetic to reduce the signs of aging. These injectable solutions temporarily block nerve receptors, which helps prevent lines and wrinkles from forming. Treatments may help reverse signs of aging such as deep lines and wrinkles, nasolabial folds, frown lines and crow’s feet.

Hair Loss/Alopecia

No matter what type of hair loss you're experiencing, we're here to help find a solution that works for you.  Depending on which type of alopecia you have and the extent of your hair loss, there are a variety of cosmetic treatment options.  Schedule a visit today to find out if injections or topical treatments are right for you. 

Eyelash Growth Treatment

We can prescribe FDA-approved products such as LATISSE that grow lashes longer, fuller and darker for those who do not have enough lashes.  LATISSE is a stimulating conditioner that you apply yourself each evening to the base of the upper eyelashes. LATISSE has been studied for safety and efficacy, and is available only by prescription.

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