A type of neurotoxin used to temporarily relax facial muscles to improve the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
A procedure used to induce controlled skin injury to promote exfoliation and skin turnover to improve dark spots, textured skin, acne and, acne scarring. It is done my applying various chemicals to the skin at different depths in the skin. On darker skin types, superficial and medium-depth chemical peels are safer
Involves the injection of FDA approved gel-like substances (e.g. hyaluronic acid - naturally occurring substance in the skin that helps to keep it plump and hydrated) into the deeper layers of the skin to soften facial creases and wrinkles, reduce shallow contours, improve the appearance of depressed scars, decrease the shadow of the lower lids, and to increase or restore lip volume.
Involves surgical transplantation of hair from a stable part of the scalp to an area of balding or thinning. The procedure is mainly used to treat male and female pattern alopecia but can be used to treat selected scarring alopecias (e.g. traction alopecia).
Lasers (light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation) are used for a wide range of skin issues including dark spots, acne, hair removal, acne scars, skin tightening, and vascular lesions. Patients with darker skin types should consult with an experienced laser practitioner to potentially avoid side effects (e.g. dark marks, scars).
Involves the use of small sterile needles to repetitively puncture the skin to improve fine lines, wrinkles, dark patches, surgical scars, and stretch marks. It has also been used to treat vitiligo and hair loss.
PLATELET RICH PLASMA
Involves injecting your own concentrated blood platelets into an area of the skin or scalp to improve the overall skin texture and tone, acne, dark marks, or to treat hair loss. It can be used in combination with laser, microneedling, and other cosmetic procedures for enhanced results.