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Cosmetic Injections

Leigh Reese, FNP-C, Nurse Practitioner

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Cosmetic Injection Treatment Types

Wrinkle Relaxers

Neurotoxins (Botox/Dysport) are a type of cosmetic injection that temporarily improve the look of your moderate to severe expression lines, forehead wrinkles, etc. Results vary by patient, but last on average 2-4 months.

Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers consist of Hyaluronic acid, a naturally occuring substance that delivers volume to the skin. Fillers provide natural results instantly, require no downtime and are longer-lasting than neurotoxins. They can be used to add volume, sculpting and definition to cheeks, lips, under-eye areas, jawline, etc.

Filler Dissolver Appointment

Hylanex is used to dissolve any unwanted filler. This appointment is an hour long and includes a patch test and injection.

from the blog

Lip Fillers & Lip Filler Trends - by Leigh Reese for Dermascope Magazine

"For patients seeking a more natural lip augmentation look, hyaluronic acid fillers are great because they draw in moisture. Therefore, they help moisturize the lips. It is especially important to discuss the patients natural lip shape and volume..."

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Frequently Asked Questions

All first-time clients are required to book a Consultation appointment with Leigh in conjunction with their first Cosmetic Injection treatment. The purpose of the Consultation is to discuss medical history, desired outcomes and receive a recommendation, discuss cost and answer all questions.

At the time of booking you will be required to place a credit card on file to reserve your appointment. If you need to reschedule or cancel your injectable appointment please do so within 48 hours of your appointment time. We strictly enforce a 48 hour cancellation policy and will charge a fee for late cancellation. You can view full details on booking page.

As a licensed medical professional, our Nurse Practitioner Injector reserves the right to refuse treatment that she deems inappropriate or not beneficial to the client's overall wellbeing. While cosmetic injections are a cosmetic procedure, they are ultimately a medical procedure and are treated with the utmost care and caution.