At Hillcrest Plastic Surgery, facial rejuvenation has become one of our most widely renowned specializations. The reason: Dr. Kenrick Spence's extensive experience and exceptional skills have resulted in the ability to tailor every treatment so that it enhances your beauty naturally – often with no downtime! From decreasing dynamic wrinkles with BOTOX® Cosmetic to enhancing the pigmentation, texture, and tone of your skin with chemical peels, he customizes your individual treatment plan so that it's suited to your skin type, color, texture, and aesthetic goals for facial rejuvenation in Orlando.
When you choose us, you're choosing the premier medical spa in Orlando. You'll experience the highest quality of care, comfort, and services – with beautiful results that enhance your body, mind, and spirit.
What is Facial Rejuvenation?
Non-surgical rejuvenation is a popular cosmetic procedure that reduces the signs of aging and restores a more youthful appearance. There are a wide variety of treatments that offer visible results with minimal to no downtime. Some of the most popular ones include:
- BOTOX Cosmetic ®.
- Dermal Fillers.
- Chemical Peels.
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What Are the Common Types of Facial Rejuvenation?
While every patient’s needs are different, some of the most requested cosmetic procedures requested are dermal fillers, neuromodulators, chemical peels, and laser resurfacing. Dermal fillers are used to restore lost volume while BOTOX Cosmetic or other types of neuromodulators temporarily paralyze the muscles that cause forehead wrinkles, wrinkles between brows, and crow’s feet around the eyes.
How Will BOTOX Cosmetic Improve My Appearance?
Since BOTOX Cosmetic improves the appearance of dynamic lines, such as wrinkles around the eyes, once it takes effect, you will look refreshed and rejuvenated. With regular treatment, it can also ward off new wrinkles from forming.
Are Dermal Fillers Safe?
Yes, dermal fillers are extremely safe and effective when administered by a board-certified medical professional. In addition, many dermal fillers are made up of hyaluronic acid, a compound that is found naturally in your body. Dermal fillers are safe for most patients, however, those who have allergies to lidocaine or collagen need to discuss their options with Dr. Spence in consultation prior to treatment.
Are the Results Permanent?
Treatment with neuromodulators and dermal fillers is long-lasting, however, it is not permanent. Neuromodulators usually last between four to six months before needing a touchup. Dermal fillers last much longer, up to 18 months or more, depending on the type of filler.