Lasergenesis – Laser Facial

Laser Genesis is a non-invasive laser treatment with little to no downtime. This treatment
restores skin tone and treats fine lines and wrinkles, scars, large pores and active acne. Using the body’s natural healing processes, this heat-based laser stimulates healing to promote collagen growth. The result is glowing skin with a more youthful skin tone and texture. This treatment is often done in conjunction with other aesthetic treatments to compliment their results. Acne patients typically are treated with a series of 6 treatments, one week apart. Many patients love the instant glow that this treatment delivers and choose to have Lasergenesis the week of a big event.

LPR – Laser Photorejuvenation

Laserphotorejuvenation (LPR), improves rosacea and can eliminate broken blood vessels, as well as red and blue facial veins. When used to treat fine lines and wrinkles, the LPR encourages collagen reformation under the surface of the skin to reduce fine lines and create a smoother texture. This laser procedure does not remove the outer layers of skin, so there is virtually no recovery time — a patient can return to normal activities immediately. Laser Skin Repair is safe for the face, chest, neck, and hands — anywhere sun damage shows.
Laser Skin Repair is relatively quick and can be performed with simple local or topical anesthesia in the office. Immediately after treatment, the skin will feel tight and turn slightly red. Sun spots that are treated in conjunction with the LPR will turn brown or gray then
diminish. Wrinkle reduction may not be noticeable until the treatment sessions are complete. It is recommended that the initial treatment consist of at least three sessions, each one month
apart. Our nurses and physicians will consult with you create a treatment plan that is specific to your skin type and desired results.

Laser Scar Treatments

If you have unsightly surgical scars, laser treatments can help lighten the pigment. Many patients who have had elective surgical procedures see us for a series of scar-lightening treatments. Call us as soon as your incision has healed to schedule your treatment! Our Registered Nurses and Physicians will assess your treatment area and create a custom treatment plan to improve your scar.

laser treatments

Obagi Blue Peel® Radiance
This in-office, medium depth, facial chemical peel procedure uses trichloroacetic acid (TCA) mixed with a special Obagi blue base to monitor and slow penetration. It is well-controlled by our highly-trained registered nurses. 

Blue Peel (OBPR) helps improve the appearance of the following skin concerns:

- fine to medium wrinkles
- rough, uneven skin
- blemishes
- photoaging

Key Ingredient:
Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA)


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Juvéderm® XC, and Juvéderm Voluma® XC, Restylane®, Restylane Lyft®, Restylane Kysse® and Restylane Silk® are all made from a clear, non-animal, biodegradable gel based on a natural substance, called hyaluronic acid (HA). The HA gel is injected into the skin with a fine needle or cannula.

What is dermal filler made of?

Up to a week prior to a dermal filler appointment, the patient is encouraged to avoid medications that could thin the blood. These medications include ibuprofen, aspirin, Motrin and Aleve. This also includes herbal supplements such as garlic, vitamin E, Gingko Biloba, St. John’s Wort and Omega-3 Capsules. It is advised to avoid alcoholic beverages for 24 hours prior to treatment. Some patients choose to begin oral therapy with Arnica, a natural anti-inflammatory, prior to treatment to reduce swelling and bruising.

what can i do to prepare for my dermal filler appointment?

On the day of the appointment, topical numbing will be applied and local anesthetic may be injected to provide comfort during the treatment. Post treatment, patients can immediately resume normal daily activity. However, it is advised to avoid strenuous activity for 24 hours after treatment, sleep at a 45 degree angle and gently apply ice to the area treated for ten minutes at a time every couple of hours to reduce swelling.  

what should I expect with dermal filler?

Because of the difference in molecule size, consistency and composition of each filler, product will be recommended based on the patient’s needs and areas to be treated. Filler is priced per syringe used and results and longevity vary by product ranging from 9 months to 2 years.

How long does dermal filler last?

We use Juvéderm® XC, and Juvéderm Voluma® XC, Restylane®, Restylane Lyft®, Restylane Kysse® and Restylane Silk®. The exact brand of filler is determined by examining the patient's desired outcomes.

what brand of filler is used?

We offer same-day filler consultation and appointments, however we ask that you plan accordingly as swelling and bruising are to be expected with filler treatment. We advise that you plan filler treatments a few weeks prior to any big events to allow time for healing and follow up.

Do you offer same day appointments for dermal filler? 

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Filler Frequently Asked Questions

Botox is a neuromodulatorthat is injected into targeted treatment areas using an ultra-fine needle. It works by blocking the nerve signals needed for contraction of the facial muscles. The repetitious contraction of facial muscles is what causes expression lines and wrinkles. Once injected, the medication works to relax the muscles and decrease their movement. The effect is reduced appearance of lines and wrinkles in the area. You will see your results gradually kick in over 3-10 days following injection.

How does Botox work?

Botox can be used to soften lines and wrinkles on a number of different facial areas, including (but not limited to) the forehead, scowl (11’s), and eye area (crow’s feet). It may be injected in the lower face to soften dimpling of the chin, and help relax the muscles that pull down on the sides of the mouth (depressors).Platysmal bands on the neck can be relaxed with neuromodulators, giving a more youthful appearance. Botox can also be injected into the muscles of the jaw to help alleviate pain from teeth grinding or TMJ or for a jaw slimming effect. Botox can be used to treat migraines and tension headaches as well as hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating in areas such as the scalp, hands, feet, and underarms.

What areas can be treated with botox?

On the day of the appointment, topical numbing will be applied and local anesthetic may be injected to provide comfort during the treatment. Post treatment, patients can immediately resume normal daily activity. However, it is advised to avoid strenuous activity for 24 hours after treatment, sleep at a 45 degree angle and gently apply ice to the area treated for ten minutes at a time every couple of hours to reduce swelling.  

what should I expect with dermal filler?

Botox treatments are quick with minimal discomfort. Most patients describe the sensation as a “quick pinch and a sting.” The treatment requires no anesthesia or recovery time although we can provide topical numbing for an additional cost. Many people get Botox during their lunch hours and are able to return to work right after their appointment.

what does a botox treatment feel like?

While the experience of each patient may differ, it usually takes 3-5 days to begin to see the effects of Botox. For some, it may take 2 weeks to see the maximum effect.

How soon will I see results?

The results of Botox typically last between 2-4 months from the date of injection. Over time the body metabolizes the Botox, leading to the slow return of muscle movement in the treatment area. Patients can choose to maintain their Botox results for longer periods by undergoing periodic maintenance treatments every 2-4 months.

How long does it last?

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BOTOX Frequently Asked Questions

Some patients may wonder if they are ‘too young’ or ‘too old’ to try Botox. There is no right or wrong age to start using Botox. Patients will be assessed by one of our certified injection specialists prior to treatment. Individual patient anatomy and treatment goals are considered when creating a treatment plan. Many millennials are starting to use Botox in their twenties when they first start to notice lines and wrinkles. Sometimes called “baby Botox”, these small doses serve as a method to prevent deep lines and wrinkles from forming.

when should i start getting botox?

Yes, Botox has been used cosmetically for over 20 years and is an FDA approved treatment for facial lines and wrinkles. However, patients who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have certain neurological diseases should not receive Botox treatments. Prior to treatment, your health history will be reviewed and approved by one of our physicians.

is botox safe?

A week prior to treatment,the patient may choose to stop consuming alcohol or taking medications or supplements that thin the blood like Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Gingko Biloba, fish oil or Ginseng. This will help reduce the risk for bruising.

how should i prepare for my treatment?

Side effects from a Botox treatment may include bruising, swelling, redness, or tenderness around the injection site, all of which will resolve without intervention after a few days to a week.

are there side effects?

We offer all of the neuromodulators for treatment including Dysport, Botox, Jeuveau and Xeomin. Here is a comparison of two of our most popular neuromodulators:

what is the difference between botox and dysport?

The Hydrafacial Glow is REAL! HydraFacial uses patented technology to cleanse, extract and hydrate. HydraFacial super serums are made with nourishing botanical ingredients that create and instantly gratifying glow in just 3 steps.Medical-grade boosters can be added to your treatment for added benefits. The key is what the company calls its Vortex Technology, as the Hydrafacial is able to remove debris and infuse nourishing product into the skin at the same time. 

How does HydraFacial® work?

The Hydrafacialist simply has to exchange the device’s tip to perform the steps described above, with each tip based on your skin type.
1. CLEANSE + PEEL Uncover a new layer of skin with gentle exfoliation and relaxing resurfacing.
2. EXTRACT + HYDRATE Remove debris pores with painless suction. Nourish with intense moisturizers that quench the skin.
3. FUSE + PROTECT Saturate the skin’s surface with antioxidants and peptides to maximize your glow.

what are the steps of the HYDRAFACIAL®?

No, most clients claim it’s actually very soothing. Through each of the steps,you can expect to experience sensations more like a massage than anything else. The hydrafacialist can adjust treatment based on your comfort.

does a HYDRAFACIAL® hurt?

A HydraFacial has a multitude of benefits, especially because it is so customizable.
Just some of those benefits include the following:
* improved elasticity and firmness
* brightened skin tone
* reduction of dark spots
* smoother lines
* tighter pores
Because it’s so easy on the skin, it’s compatible with other procedures, such as
laser treatments and injectables. Above all, HydraFacial results typically have no
downtime or irritation.

what are the benefits of a HYDRAFACIAL®?

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WHICH HYDRAFACIAL BOOSTERS SHOULD I ADD TO MY TREATMENT?

A HydraFacial is ideal for anyone with any skin type looking to revitalize their skin. Each treatment can be customizedwith a proprietary Booster.These boosters are designed to target specific skin issues, such as discoloration or fine lines.

who would benefit from a HYDRAFACIAL®?

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HydraFacial® Frequently Asked Questions

The Perk™ is the world’s first hybrid skincare treatment and take-home product in one. Ususally an add-on to the Hydrafacial treatment, the Perk™ gently exfoliates dull and damaged skin cells from your eye and/or lip areas while infusing potent nutrients into the skin. After your service, your Hydrafacialist will give you the same Perk™ pen used in your treatment to take home. This vial contains enough serum for 30 days and is travel-friendly, making it the perfect product to refresh your eyes and lips on-the-go.

what is a Perk™ ?

While most clients see results from just one HydraFacial treatment, regular once-a-
month sessions will help maintain skin health and appearance. Hydrafacial treatments can be used to enhance other aesthetic treatments such as microneedling, peels, laser treatments and even Botox injections. 

how often should i get a HYDRAFACIAL®?

SkinPen by Crown Aesthetics is the first FDA-cleared microneedling device in the world,
clinically proven to safely and effectively treat facial acne scars for ages 22 and up. With as few
as three non-invasive and affordable treatments spaced 30 days apart, you can improve your
appearance for six months after your last treatment – and step out with confidence. 

what is the skinpen?

SkinPen creates hundreds to thousands of “micro” skin punctures per second to stimulate the skin’s natural wound healing process – inflammation, proliferation, and remodeling – to prompt tissue remodeling without causing scar tissue formation. Most patients can return to normal
activities within 24 hours.

how does it work?

We use a strong compounded numbing cream prior to each microneedling procedure to make our patients comfortable. Most patients say that they feel only a slight vibration during the procedure and after the numbing has worn off, their face feels mildly sunburnt and itchy.

does microneedling hurt?

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is derived from your own blood to naturally enhance your results. PRP contains your own growth factors that can be applied topically and/or injected into the face in areas of volume loss or scarring. Adding PRP to your treatment, it acts as a fertilizer and increases the production of new collagen and elastin.

should i add prp to my microneedling treatment?

SkinPen should not be used on patients who have active skin cancer in the treatment area(s); open wounds, sores, or irritated skin in the treatment area(s); an allergy to stainless steel or anesthetics; a hemorrhagic (bleeding) disorder or hemostatic (bleeding) dysfunction; are pregnant or nursing; or are currently taking drugs with the ingredient isotretinoin (such as Accutane).

who should not receive microneeding?

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Microneedling Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, by design. SkinPen’s patent-pending – and single-use – sterile needle cartridge is built with safety in mind. SkinPen is also surrounded by a proprietary BioSheath that acts as a barrier to prevent cross contamination between procedures.

is it safe?