BOTOX Cosmetic

BOTOX is among the most effective and popular non-surgical treatments for reversing the negative effects of the aging process. Under Dr. Gardenier’s meticulous care, the BOTOX treatment preserves the spontaneity of facial expression while minimizing aesthetic flaws.

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Like BOTOX, Dysport is a form of botulinum toxin type A, which when injected, will paralyze the minuscule muscles responsible for facial wrinkles, delivering smooth, youthful skin in their place. While similar, Dysport can treat slightly broader areas than BOTOX.

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Smoother, hydrated skin that radiates a youthful glow. From the creators of BOTOX Cosmetic, Juvederm Injectable Gel was designed to restore youthful skin that has been diminished by age and other skin changes.

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Highly skilled providers have found that the use of the filler Radiesse® may be the best treatment available to date. 

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An advanced non-surgical treatment for wrinkles, fine lines and folds. Finally, there is an answer to those lines and wrinkles on the face that is long-lasting and does not require testing prior to use.

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Lip Augmentation

The aging process can leave plump and youthful lips looking thin and lined. Lip augmentation with fillers may be the non-surgical solution to helping you achieve smooth and voluptuous lips that still look natural.

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Until now, the only way to effectively reduce a double chin was to have surgery or to undergo liposuction, both fairly invasive procedures. With Kybella comes the first non-invasive injectable solution to troublesome submental fat.

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