FAQ

Q. What types of Medical Cosmetic services are offered?

A: We offer a full range of non-surgical medical cosmetic services to enhance your physical appearance and to combat the effects of aging. At The Aesthetic and Wellness Center we offer Botox, Injectable dermal fillers, Intense Pulsed Light treatment, Photofacial (removal of sun/age spots and broken capillaries), Hair removal and Anti-Aging laser treatments. To maintain that youthful skin, we offer only the highest quality medical skin care products.

Q: How much is for the initial consultation?

A: The initial consultation fee for Cosmetic Services & Mesotherapy is $99 (please note that fee is waived if treatment takes place at the same time or within 2 weeks).

Q. Who is the injector of Botox and dermal filler treatments?

A: All injections are performed by Dr. Inda Mowett. Dr. Mowett has received extensive training in medical cosmetic treatments and in Bariatric Medicine.

Q. What are the differences between Botox and injectable fillers?

A: BOTOX® is a non-surgical procedure that temporarily reduces or eliminates frown lines, forehead creases, crow’s feet near the eyes and thick bands in the neck. BOTOX® blocks the nerve impulses, temporarily relaxing the muscles that cause wrinkles while giving the skin a smoother, more refreshed appearance.

Dermal fillers are a safe cosmetic procedure that restores volume and fullness to the skin to correct moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, such as smile lines (“parentheses”). Some of the more popular dermal filler’s are Juvéderm®, Radiesse®, Restylane® & Perlane®.

Q: What type of preparation is needed for Botox or Dermal filler injections?

A: Avoid alcohol or blood thinners 3 days prior to treatment. To obtain more information, visit our client resources tab and click on office forms. There you will find the specific office forms related to your procedure. Please print and complete them before your scheduled appointment.

Q: What type of preparation is needed for Intense Pulsed Lights or laser treatments?

A: Avoid direct sun exposure that can cause burning or tanning of your skin. To obtain more information, visit our client resources tab and click on office forms. There you will find the specific office forms related to your procedure. Please print and complete them before your scheduled appointment.

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