FAQs About Botox/Dysport: 

1. What is Botox?

2. How does Botox work for wrinkle reduction?

3. Is Botox safe?

4. What areas of the face can Botox treat?

5. How long does Botox last?

6. Is Botox painful?

7. Are there any side effects of Botox?

8. Can Botox be used for other medical conditions?

9. How long does it take to see results after a Botox treatment?

10. Can Botox be combined with other cosmetic procedures? - Botox can be used in combination with other cosmetic treatments such as dermal fillers, chemical peels, and laser therapies for comprehensive facial rejuvenation.

11. Is there an age limit for getting Botox? It can be used by adults of varying ages, depending on individual needs and concerns. Our youngest Botox patient is 23 and oldest Botox patient is 74. We recommend starting Botox when you see fine lines occur as Botox can be preventative for permanent wrinkles. 

It's important to consult with a qualified healthcare professional to discuss your specific concerns and determine if Botox is a suitable treatment for you. They can provide personalized guidance and answer any additional questions you may have.

Fillers (Restylane® Teoxane® Revanesse®)

FAQs About Dermal Fillers: 

Fat-dissolvers (Belkyra®)

FAQs about Belkyra: 

PDO Thread Lift 

FAQs About PDO Threads

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) 

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for Hair Loss

Radiesse® Collagen Boosters

Sculptra® Collagen Boosters


Skin Treatments

Body Contouring/Fat-Reduction

Chemical Peels 

👉 What is a chemical peel?

A chemical peel is a cosmetic treatment that involves the application of a chemical solution to the skin to remove dead skin cells and improve its texture and appearance. There are three types of chemical peels: superficial, medium, and deep. Superficial peels are the mildest and are used to treat minor skin imperfections, such as fine lines and hyperpigmentation. Medium and deep peels are more aggressive and are used to treat more severe skin conditions, such as acne scarring and deep wrinkles.

👉 How does a chemical peel work?

A chemical peel works by removing the outer layer of dead skin cells, which stimulates the body's natural healing process and increases collagen production. The chemical solution used in a peel can be tailored to the patient's specific skin type and condition.

👉 What are the benefits of a chemical peel?

Chemical peels can improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, hyperpigmentation, and other skin imperfections. They can also improve the overall texture and tone of the skin. Additionally, chemical peels can increase the absorption of topical skincare products by up to 90%.

👉 Is a chemical peel painful?

Most patients experience some discomfort during a chemical peel, but it is generally well-tolerated. A mild burning or stinging sensation may occur during the treatment. A topical numbing cream can be applied before the treatment to reduce pain and discomfort.

👉 How long does a chemical peel take?

The duration of a chemical peel depends on the type of peel and the desired results. Superficial peels can take as little as 15 minutes, while deeper peels can take up to an hour or more.

Cynosure® Fractional Laser Resurfacing 

Cynosure®  IPL Photofacial


Is IPL a painful procedure?

Most people experience a mild stinging or snapping sensation during IPL treatment but it is generally well tolerated. The Cynosure IPL is unique in its cooling tip technology which makes the procedure much more comfortable. 

How long does 1 IPL session take?

Duration of IPL session varies based on the area treated. Generally full face takes about 20-30 minutes. 

How many sessions are needed to see results?

The number of sessions varies based on specific concerns addressed. Most IPL treatments require 3+ treatments spaced several weeks apart. IPL treatments are designed to treat 1 skin layer at a time hence why multiple treatments are required - because pigment discoloration exist at different depths in your skin. 

Is there downtime after IPL treatments? 

Some redness and mild swelling can occur immediately after the treatment, but usually within a few hours to 1-2 days it will subside. Makeup (mineral-based) may be applied right after treatment. 

HydraFacial MD® 


Can I wear makeup after a HydraFacial?

It's typically recommended to avoid applying makeup immediately after a HydraFacial to allow the skin to breathe and absorb the treatment serums. However, you can usually apply makeup the next day.

Are there any side effects associated with HydraFacial?

Side effects are generally minimal, and the treatment is known for being gentle. Some people may experience mild redness, but it usually subsides quickly.

How long do the results of a HydraFacial last?

The duration of results can vary depending on individual skin concerns and maintenance routines. Some people opt for monthly or quarterly treatments to maintain their results.

How many HydraFacial sessions are needed to see results?

Many people see noticeable improvements in their skin after just one treatment. However, for long-term benefits and to address specific concerns, a series of treatments may be recommended.

How long does a HydraFacial treatment take?

A typical HydraFacial session usually takes around 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the specific treatment and the provider.

Intensif® RF Microneedling 

👉What is Radiofrequency skin tightening?

Radiofrequency skin tightening is a non-invasive or minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that uses radiofrequency energy to stimulate collagen production, which results in firmer, smoother, and tighter skin.

👉How does radiofrequency skin tightening work?

Radiofrequency skin tightening works by delivering radiofrequency energy to the skin, which heats the deeper layers of the skin without damaging the surface. This heat energy stimulates the production of collagen, which results in tighter, firmer, and smoother skin.

👉What areas of the body can be treated with radiofrequency skin tightening?

Radiofrequency skin tightening can be used on various areas of the body, including the face, neck, abdomen, arms, thighs, and buttocks.

👉Is radiofrequency skin tightening painful?

Radiofrequency skin tightening is generally not painful. Most people experience a warm sensation during the treatment.

👉What are the side effects of radiofrequency skin tightening?

Common side effects of radiofrequency skin tightening include redness, mild swelling, and tenderness in the treated area. These side effects usually subside within a few hours after treatment.

👉How many treatments are needed for optimal results?

The number of treatments needed for optimal results varies depending on the individual and the area being treated. Most people see 30% improvement after 1 treatment however for maximal results recommended number of sessions is between 2-4. 

👉How long do the results of radiofrequency skin tightening last?

The results of radiofrequency skin tightening can last up to 2 years, but it depends on the individual's skin and lifestyle factors, such as sun exposure and smoking.

👉Is radiofrequency skin tightening safe?

Radiofrequency skin tightening is generally safe when performed by a trained and experienced professional. However, as with any cosmetic procedure, there are risks and potential side effects.

👉Who is a good candidate for radiofrequency skin tightening?

Good candidates for radiofrequency skin tightening include individuals who have mild to moderate skin laxity, want to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and have realistic expectations about the results.

👉How much does radiofrequency skin tightening cost?

The cost of radiofrequency skin tightening varies depending on the area being treated, the number of treatments needed, and the location of the clinic. On average, the cost per session is roughly $600-$1,000.

👉What is the recovery time for radiofrequency skin tightening?

There is no downtime associated with radiofrequency skin tightening. Most people can resume their normal activities immediately after treatment.

👉Can radiofrequency skin tightening be combined with other treatments?

Yes, radiofrequency skin tightening can be combined with other treatments, such as Botox or dermal fillers, to achieve more comprehensive results.

👉Are there any contraindications to radiofrequency skin tightening?

Radiofrequency skin tightening is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women, people with metal implants in the treatment area, or individuals with certain medical conditions, such as a pacemaker or active skin infections.

👉What should I do to prepare for a radiofrequency skin tightening treatment?

Before a radiofrequency skin tightening treatment, you should avoid sun exposure and tanning, stop using retinoids or exfoliants, and inform your provider about any medical conditions or medications you are taking.

👉How soon after radiofrequency skin tightening can I resume normal activities?

Most people can resume their normal activities immediately after radiofrequency skin tightening, as there is little to no downtime associated with the procedure.



Laser Hair Removal

Bare 808®  Laser Hair Removal 

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