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Skin Procedures

Plastic surgery can take commitment. But skin procedures, such as Botox, offer you a great way to get your feet wet and enjoy a new vibrant, youthful look in the process. Many of these procedures can be accomplished over a lunch hour, and while the effects wane over time, if you like what see you can keep up on treatments for consistent results. East Coast Advanced Plastic Surgery offers you the latest in technique, innovation, and technology, so we think you’ll love the results.

Laser Hair Removal

Recognized for its superior efficacy and results worldwide, the Cynosure Apogee® Laser offers the best way to remove hair while treating age spots, sun damage and freckles. The Apogee® Laser also improves leg veins and varicosities. It is the best removal method for all skin types due to its dual laser capacity.

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BOTOX® Treatments

Botox® Cosmetic is one of the most popular cosmetic procedure performed today and is considered a safe, effective way of treating aging skin. Originally developed to treat patients with certain muscular disorders, it is now most commonly used to treat the visual signs of aging by reducing or removing wrinkles. Proven to be the best non-surgical form of facial rejuvenation, injections include horizontal forehead furrows, vertical lines between the eyebrows and the “crow’s feet” around the eyes.

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Dermabrasion is a procedure intended to reduce the appearance of fine and deep wrinkles and uneven skin surfaces that result from scarring by accidents or previous surgery, or to smooth out fine facial wrinkles, such as those around the mouth. Dermabrasion has also been found to be useful in the removal of pre-cancerous growths called keratoses.

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Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers, while varied in chemical composition and method, all work on the same basic principle: they find a way to fill that volume in your skin, thus giving you a more youthful looking appearance. The plastic surgeons at East Coast Advanced Plastic Surgery employ several different dermal fillers, each of which has its own strengths and drawbacks.

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