EMSCULPT®—the first and only non-invasive body shaping procedure to address both muscle and fat—revolutionized the aesthetics industry worldwide with its launch last year being recognized by top physicians as a gamechanger in body shaping.
Botox is consistently ranked as one of the most popular cosmetic treatments for women and men.
If you have stubborn fat bulges that are resistant to diet and exercise, you may be considering CoolSculpting.
Although it has been deemed safe and effective by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, it’s important for patients to be aware of CoolSculpting’s serious potential side effects.
Kim Kardashian recently revealed that she avoids smiling for wrinkle-free skin. Although laughing and smiling can contribute facial lines, there’s a better way to preserve a youthful appearance.
While most women and men spend a considerable amount of time caring for their faces and bodies, many of these individuals neglect their hands which are particularly vulnerable to decreased collagen and elasticity.
As cute as they may sound, bunny lines are something that most patients hope to avoid.
Filler options have expanded significantly over the past several years to the point that there is now a product that can meet almost any patient’s goals.
Moles and freckles are both pigmented spots and can look very similar, leading many people to use the terms freckle and mole interchangeably.
Botox and Juvederm are both FDA-approved injectable treatments for facial rejuvenation, but they have some key differences in terms of function and results.