The clinic offers a variety of treatments to improve your skin and treat a variety of conditions. Some of the treatments overlap, microneedling versus laser skin resurfacing, but each treatment has its advantages and disadvantages.
Our team of nurses and doctors will help you understand the nuances of each and recommend a treatment that suits your skin type the best.
Lasers and Microneedling
Sylfirm Microneedling: RF Microneedling device that can be used on face and body
SkinPen Microneedling: Reduces the signs of aging, including neck wrinkles and acne scars
Clear + Brilliant: Prevents the signs of aging, reduces appearance of pores, fine lines while improving skin texture and tone
IPL: Improves the appearance of photo-aged skin and decreases the redness of Rosacea with no down time
Erbium Laser: Eliminating and smoothing out wrinkles and acne scarring on the face as well as other body areas without the significant downtime
Excel V Laser: Treats a range of vessels such as spider veins, blue reticular veins, benign pigmented lesions, sun damage
Profractional - Sciton Laser: Encourages new collagen production in your skin, decreasing the appearance of fine lines, deep wrinkles, scars, lesions, sunspots, freckles, and actinic keratosis
AviClear: A laser treatment for mild and severe acne
NCTF Boost: Using a micro dermal roller it helps stimulate the production of collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid
Hair and Eyelashes
PRP: Uses platelets to help stimulate regrowth of hair
Latisse: A prescribed treatment to length, thicken, and darken eyelashes.
CoolSculpting: Eliminates stubborn fat on certain areas of the body using a non-surgical fat reduction treatment
Belkyra: Is an injectable treatment that helps dissolve fat cells under the chin
Botox: Smooth wrinkles and creases on the face by relaxing and softening them
Botox for sweating: Stop unwanted sweating in specific areas with Botox
Dermal fillers: Designed to smooth, plump, or fill an area of the face
Mole, cyst and skin tag removal: Surgically remove unwanted lumps and bumps