Information About Nonsurgical Procedures

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Nonsurgical rhinoplasty uses acid filler injections to reshape and redefine the boundaries of the nose in a procedure far less invasive than surgery.

Ultherapy uses ultrasound to create visual depictions of the deepest layers of the skin to let surgeons make informed decisions in plastic surgery.

Morpheus8™ resurfaces the skin through the use of radio waves, lasers, and microneedles to stimulate the skin's reparative and self-healing response.

VariLite is a laser resurfacing technology that is more precise and gentle than other laser procedures to carefully shape and rejuvenate the skin.

Chemical peels use powerful chemical ointments to soften, exfoliate, boost collagen, heal damage, and restore color balance to the skin.

The Klausner Institute prescribes multiple skin care solution packages to treat your skin over time. These include Jan Marini®, Obagi®, and DefenAge®.

Microneedling uses tiny needles to break apart problem areas in the skin and stimulate natural regrowth, revitalizing skin and improving texture.

Laser skin resurfacing uses advanced heat and light technology to stimulate collagen production while eliminating blemishes and unusual pigments.

Dermal fillers are special injections that use a natural protein to shape and reform the skin from beneath the surface, boosting youthful appearance.

BOTOX® and Dysport® cosmetic injections are medicated treatments that block nerve action, relaxing muscles that cause creases and wrinkles in skin.

Laser hair removal uses focused light energy to heat the hair follicles, removing their ability to produce hair in unwanted areas of the face or body.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.