List of Procedures:

Cosmetic Administration of Botulinum Toxin (BOTOX)

Therapeutic Botox

Injectable Soft Tissue Derml Fillers

Lipo-Dissolve Mesotherapy

Lipo-Dissolve Cryolipolysis (Fat Freeze CoolContouring)

Cosmetic Platelet-rich Plasma Therapy (PRP)

Medical Aesthetic Microneedling

Sclerotherapy (Superficial and Varicos Vein Removal)

Dermal Microcautery

Skin Lesion Removal (Moles, Skin Tags, Warts)


Radiofrequency Skin Tightening

Laser Hair Reduction

Laser Skin Rejuvenation

Autologous Fat Transfer / Injection

Facial Thread Implant

Pigment Microblading

Medical Grade Chemical Peels

 Hair Restoration and Implant


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Botulinum toxin (BTX) is a neurotoxicprotein produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum and related species. It prevents the release of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine from axon endings at the neuromuscular junction and thus causes flaccid paralysis. Botulinum toxin types A and B are used in medicine to treat various muscle spasms and diseases characterized by overactive muscle. Commercial forms are marketed under the brand names Botox and Dysport.In cosmetic applications, botulinum toxin is considered safe and effective for reduction of facial wrinkles, especially in the uppermost third of the face. Injection of botulinum toxin into the muscles under facial wrinkles causes relaxation of those muscles, resulting in the smoothing of the overlying skin. Smoothing of wrinkles is usually visible three days after treatment and is maximally visible two weeks following injection. The treated muscles gradually regain function, and generally return to their former appearance three to four months after treatment. Muscles can be treated repeatedly to maintain the smoothed appearance.

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Botox Facial Rejuvenation is not an accurate title for the procedure. Skin rejuvenation is mainly associated with stimulation of Fibroblasts to synthesize and deposit new collagen in the Dermis layer of skin known as Neocollagenasis.


Maximum usage of Cosmetic Botox (1:1 dilution; toxin:saline) in one session should not exceed 100 units in the facial area. Maximum amount for Therapeutic purpose in one session should not exceed 600 units.



Injectable filler (injectable cosmetic filler, injectable facial filler) is a soft tissue filler injected into the skin to help fill in facial wrinkles, restoring a smoother appearance. Most of these wrinkle fillers are temporary because they are eventually absorbed by the body. Some people may need more than one injection to achieve the wrinkle-smoothing effect. The effect lasts for about six months or longer.  The most prefered type of Dermal Fillers for facial treatment are Recombinant Hyaluronic Acid (HA)-based as compared to other types derived from non-absorbable or animal source dermal fillers.


Hyaluronic acid is a type of sugar (polysaccharide) that is present in body tissues, such as in skin and cartilage. It is able to combine with water and swell when in gel form, causing a smoothing/filling effect. Sources of hyaluronic acid used in dermal fillers can be from bacteria or rooster combs (avian). In some cases, hyaluronic acid used in dermal fillers is chemically modified (crosslinked) to make it last longer in the body. The effects of this material last approximately 6 – 12 months.

Non-absorbable Dermal Fillers: Polymethylmethacrylate beads (PMMA microspheres): PMMA is a non-biodegradable, biocompatible, man-made polymer. This material is used in other medical devices, such as bone cement and intraocular lenses. PMMA beads are tiny, round, smooth particles that are not absorbed by the body. When used as a soft tissue filler, PMMA beads are suspended in a gel-like solution that contains cow (bovine) collagen and injected into the face.


  • Dermal filler made from non-absorbable (permanent) material ONLY for the correction of nasolabial folds and cheek acne scars in patients over the age of 21 years.
  • Some dermal fillers for the restoration and/or correction of the signs of facial fat loss (lipoatrophy) in people with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
  • Several absorbable dermal fillers for uses such as lip and cheek augmentation in patients over the age of 21, and the correction of contour deficiencies, such as wrinkles and acne scars.


  • increase breast size (breast augmentation)
  • increase size of the buttocks
  • increase fullness of the feet
  • implant into bone, tendon, ligament, or muscle
  • inject silicone for large-scale body contouring or enhancement. Such use can lead to ongoing pain, infections, and serious injuries, such as scarring and permanent disfigurement, embolism (blockage of a blood vessel), stroke, and death.

Fillers are not approved for certain parts of the body where they can be unsafe, including the penis.


 Liquid silicone or silicone gel for injection to fill wrinkles or augment tissues anywhere in the body is NOT approved.