From injectables to chemical peels, there are many treatments that can restore a more youthful look, renew confidence, and rejuvenate the appearance. Men and women in Everett can find various cosmetic treatments at North Sound Dermatology Aesthetics. We are happy to explain the difference between various treatments such as injectables and chemical peels.
Dermal fillers may be the ideal treatment to restore a more youthful looking appearance without surgery or downtime. We use dermal fillers, like Juvederm and Voluma, to add volume to facial areas such as the temples, cheeks, and jaw line. Dermal fillers can be used to improve facial contours, treat acne scars, reduce fine lines around the mouth and nose, and smooth nasolabial folds (laugh or smile lines).
Frown lines can make you look angry or sad when you are actually happy. We can use dermal fillers or a neuromodulator to treat frown lines. We offer two neuromodulators, Botox and Xeomin. In contrast to dermal fillers, neuromodulators relax the facial muscles and prevent them from contracting. Dermal fillers are injections containing substances that add volume to the face or “fill” lines and creases. Neuromodulators and dermal fillers can be ideal for restoring youthful beauty.
Chemical peels are used to treat fine lines, sun-damaged skin, acne, rough feeling skin, dull or blotchy complexions, and skin discoloration. Chemical peels can vary in strength and depth. The result of treatment can be smoother, more youthful-looking skin. Depending on the type of chemical peel, treatment can be completed during a lunch break.
If any of these treatments appeal to you, we recommend scheduling a complimentary consultation. We will examine the areas you wish to have treated, review your medical history, and ask you about your goals for treatment. We can explore your candidacy for injectables and chemical peels to determine the right treatment, or combination of treatments, that is right for you. We know cosmetic treatments can boost your self-esteem and increase your confidence. Please call 425-529-5964 for a complimentary consultation.