Karol Gutowski, MD, FACS

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PROCEDURES

Information About Nonsurgical & Injectables Procedures

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Bellafill is an FDA-approved dermal filler used to treat nasolabial folds, smile lines, as well as moderate to severe acne scars on the cheeks.

Belotero, a lightweight gel dermal filler, rejuvenates the face by treating mild to severe lines and wrinkles around the mouth (nasolabial folds).

BOTOX is an injectable prescription drug used to treat crow’s feet, lines between the eyebrows and forehead furrows for a younger-looking appearance.

A chemical peel is a rejuvenation treatment that uses a topical acid solution to peel away the top layers of skin to stimulate fresher, newer skin.

Dysport, an injectable wrinkle treatment, smooths out lines and wrinkles around the eyebrows, known as frown lines, to combat the signs of aging.

Juvederm is a dermal filler used to add volume and treat moderate to severe facial lines, wrinkles and folds specifically around the nose and mouth.

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Laser skin resurfacing uses a laser’s heat to damage the skin to stimulate skin regeneration to treat sun damaged, aged and other skin issues.

Radiesse is a gel-based dermal filler that is used to fill in lines and wrinkles around the nose, nasolabial folds, as well as add depleted volume.

Restylane, a gel dermal filler, treats moderate to severe facial lines, wrinkles and folds, as well as acts a lip filler to add volume to thin lips.

Sculptra, an FDA-approved dermal filler, subtly reverses the signs of aging by restoring lost collagen over a period of time for long-term results.

Through ultrasound technology, nonsurgical skin tightening produces increased collagen, which aids in firming skin to provide a more youthful look.

Voluma is a gel-based dermal filler in the Juvederm family that restores volume and contour to cheeks, which have become deflated due to aging.

Xeomin, a prescription injectable, acts as a muscle relaxer to treat moderate to severe frown lines that are found above and in between the eyebrows.

*Unless otherwise indicated, images are models. In cases where before and after pictures are shown, these are actual patients. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person.