Juvederm®: The most common filler used worldwide Juvederm is a smooth hyaluronic acid gel which reduces visible signs
of volume loss and maintains skin moisture through its high water-binding capacity.
Radiesse®: An injectable filler made of calcium hydroxylapatite microspheres suspended in a methylcellulose gel carrier, Radiesse provides excellent correction of moderate to severe facial folds and wrinkles, including nasolabial folds and facial fat atrophy (lipoatrophy). The microspheres stimulate the local induction of collagen, then degrade into calcium and phosphate ions and are excreted. The treatment benefits last more than 12 months.
Belotero®: A European dermal filler
Expressions®: A dermal filler which adds volume to creases and folds in the face
Restylane®: A dermal filler for moderate to severe facial wrinkles
Sculptra®: A biocompatible and biodegradable synthetic polymer of Poly-L-Lactic Acid (PLLA), Sculptra corrects shallow contour deficiencies and in selected situations is used for deeper nasolabial creases. It is not considered a filler in the usual sense; however, it produces fullness in the treated area by inducing a mild inflammatory response that stimulates fibroblasts to produce collagen, leading to an increased volume of the dermis. PLLA degrades over 24 months.
BOTOX® Cosmetic, Dysport®, Xeomin® : A neuromodular injection derived from Clostridium botulinium protein that temporarily inhibits transmissions between the nerve endings and the muscle, smoothing wrinkles and lines. We primarily use the above-mentioned formulations (each has a slightly different characteristic) because they are safe and effective. In general, the clinical effects are evident in one to three days, peak in one to four weeks, and gradually decline over three to four months. Repeated injections can result in benefits that last over six months. After a Botox treatment clients can carry on with their day as usual. Excessive tanning should be avoided for seven days after treatment, and a high spf cream must be applied to protect skin from sun damage.
SCLEROTHERAPY (Vein Therapy)
Small unsightly leg veins (spider veins) are easily treated by injecting a medication into the vessel. This shrinks or permanently collapses the blood vessel over the following few weeks. This procedure has minimal downtime and remains the gold standard for treating small leg veins.Go to Top