Cosmetic skin care-nonsurgical procedures


In addition to laser technology therapies, there are a variety of non-surgical approaches available for correcting skin conditions. By booking a consultation with a certified and inspected cosmetic surgery and skin treatment facility, such as Brampton Cosmetic Surgery Center & Medical Spa, a professional team can provide you with information, guidance and recommendations for a skin treatment plan tailored specifically to your needs.

It helps to be aware ahead of time of some of the terminology and brand-specific treatments to prepare for a consultation.

Microdermabrasion – gentle abrasion using natural crystals and suction is used to help remove dead skin cells, refreshing the skin. This technique can help to remove undesirable discolouration and to reduce fine wrinkles.

There are a variety of injectable therapies available, including Botox and Injectable Fillers.

Botox - one of the most well-known Botox has both cosmetic and medical applications. Cosmetic treatments using Botox are effective for diminishing facial lines caused by muscle movement over time. Medical treatments with Botox are also used to provide relief for migraine sufferers and for those who experience excessive sweating, a condition known as hyperhidrosis.

Injectable fillers – injected with an ultra fine needle, these fillers add or restore volume to the treated area to provide the desired result. Filling in wrinkles, adding volume to lips, providing contouring to facial features, these products can provide desired changes for six to 12 months, depending on the product used.

Skin health products – when used on their own or in combination with other therapies, these medically recommended skin care products can make a positive difference in the health and appearance of your skin, and to assist in the longer lasting effects of other treatments. Hydration, sun protection, and products containing high levels of lactic acid, retinol and Vitamin C, are all important factors in promoting and maintaining healthy skin.

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Brampton Plastic Surgeon