An Innovative Approach to

Medical & Cosmetic
Skin Care

The mission of Aistheta is to provide medical and cosmetic dermatology skin care services in a welcome and comfortable environment.

Featured Treatment

Botox Cosmetic and Dysport

A low dose of botulinum toxin type A administered by tiny injections directly into overactive muscles that cause lines to form.

Botox Cosmetic and Dysport

A low dose of botulinum toxin type A administered by tiny injections directly into overactive muscles that cause lines to form. By blocking the transmission of nerve impulses, it allows those specific muscles to relax which results in improvement in facial lines. The results can be apparent in just days, and last months. This treatment is done in less than 30 minutes, and patients can go about their day with no downtime. A complimentary consultation is required prior to treatment. To decrease potential bruising, avoid these medications for at least one week prior to injections: Aspirin or Ibuprofen, Fish Oil, Vitamin E, “G” supplements (ginkgo, ginseng, garlic), St. John’s Wort. NSAIDS like Celebrex and Naproxen may cause thinning of the blood, consult your physician before discontinuing. Do not massage treated areas, or lay down for several hours post-treatment.

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