MedSpa Services

Come see and feel the uplifting results of our MedSpa services from our skilled aesthetician. Your skin will thank you.

All medical aesthetic treatments, including cosmetic laser & Injectable services, are administered by Jennifer Force-Denton, Medical Aesthetician, CLHRP.  Dr. Aleksandra Vidacic, MD is our off-site Medical Director who oversees all Medical aesthetic treatments performed at this facility. She is available for a scheduled consultation UPON REQUEST for a $35 consult fee. Otherwise, we meet the standards of the current TX Medical Board Rule of yearly physician consult & medical clearance for cosmetic medical treatments through digital correspondence with Dr. Vidacic, including yearly updated medical history & before & after treatment photos, at no additional charge to you. Please call our office for any additional information regarding this matter.

Galderma

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Dysport (Call for price)

A neurotoxin that temporarily reduces repetitive muscle contractions from frowning and squinting for a visible smoothing of crows feet, frown lines between the brows, and forehead.

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Restylane (Call for price)

Injectable gel filler used to visibly reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles and folds.

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Restlyne Lyft(Call for price) 

Used for moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds that benefit from a deeper injection into the skin.

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Restylane Silk(Call for price) 

Restore your smile and achieve silky, smooth, natural-looking results. Specifically designed to subtly enhance the lips and reduce wrinkles around the mouth.

Allergan

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        Juvederm Ultra + (Call for Price)

Smooth away moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds with the #1 selling dermal filler brand in the US.

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Botox (Call for Price)

The first and only FDA-approved treatment to temporarily improve moderate to severe lateral canthal lines* AND glabellar lines in adult patients.

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