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Non-Surgical Procedures

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Non-Surgical Procedures

Jefferson K. Kilpatrick, MD | Russell B. Stokes, MD | Hannah Parbst, Esthetician

Our non-surgical treatments range from injectable fillers to chemical peels, all of which revitalize skin for a youthful, healthy appearance. Patients who wish to eliminate fine lines and wrinkles often take advantage of our non-surgical cosmetic treatments.

Our practice philosophy embraces each of our patients as individuals with individual needs. Every person has unique physical desires which must be discussed when evaluating the aesthetic benefits. This can only be determined during a private consultation in our office. We have a private in-office procedure room as well as a separate entrance and reception area to ensure comfort and privacy.

We invite you to call us today to arrange your private consultation. We look forward to caring for you as our patient and we welcome any referrals from your family or friends.

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    Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

    Platelet rich plasma helps restore and enhance skin tone, reduce wrinkles and fine lines and improves skin texture and tone considerably.

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    Profound

    Profound is a minimally invasive treatment designed to help people who have sagging skin and loss of volume around the mouth, cheeks, and neck.

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    Coolsculpting®

    The CoolSculpting® procedure eliminates stubborn fat safely and effectively, without surgery or downtime.

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    BOTOX®

    BOTOX® Cosmetic, or botulinum toxin type A, is a protein commonly used to non-surgically reduce or eliminate the appearance of facial wrinkles.

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    Dermal Fillers

    Dermal fillers help to diminish facial lines and restore volume and fullness in the face.

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    KYBELLA®

    KYBELLA® (deoxycholic acid) injection is the first and only FDA-approved injectable treatment that contours and improves the appearance of submental fullness, sometimes referred to as “double chin.”