Non-Surgical Rejuvenation

Board Certified cosmetic surgeon Dr. Lynch offers an array of options for non-surgical rejuvenation. Injectables are generally designed to smooth wrinkles and facial folds. You can choose these non-surgical options alone or in combination with plastic surgery facial procedures, such as a facelift, brow lift or eyelid lift. Though plastic surgery offers you longer-lasting facial rejuvenation, you can choose safe, convenient skin injectables that temporarily reduce your facial lines and folds, including frown lines, crows’ feet, smile lines, and other signs of aging. Click on the links below to learn more about the non-surgical facial rejuvenation options Dr. Lynch offers.


Non-Surgical Treatments





An injection of a clinical formula of Botulinum Toxin Type A, known as BOTOX makes it possible to immobilize selected muscles of facial expression, smoothing deep expression lines and furrows, especially around the forehead and eye area.


Restylane is a dermal filler used to restore volume and fullness to moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds. Restylane is a non-animal-based hyaluronic acid that exists naturally in the human body, eliminating allergic reactions. The treatment is simple and convenient, can be administered without pretesting, and results are almost instantaneous. Restylane results are long-lasting, giving skin a more youthful appearance for six months or longer. Sessions include a consultation with a physician and treatment.


Radiesse dermal filler is made of a synthetic substance of calcium hydroxylapatite, with no allergic reactions associated with it. Most patients can return to normal activities the next day. One of the advantages of Radiesse is that it can last up to three years and can be used for lip enhancement.


Juvéderm is a gel implant that includes hyaluronic acid, a natural complex sugar that bolsters skin elasticity, providing a smooth and supple appearance. It improves your appearance by lifting and adding volume to the wrinkles and folds in the treatment area. Juvéderm may last from six to nine months.



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