Here's to a New You in the New Year

You know 2016 is going to be your year, so take care of that person you see in the mirror every day. Simple, little to no down-time cosmetic surgery treatments will help you look as young as you feel.

Dr. Joel Schlessinger explains how you can relax wrinkles with BOTOX.

That little wrinkle between your eyes that makes folks think you’re mad? POOF, it’s gone! BOTOX, one of the most popular cosmetic treatments in the world, has proven effective for smoothing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, particularly those we tend to sustain from facial expressions. BOTOX is technically a neurotoxin, but there’s nothing toxic about it in the miniscule doses received during a procedure. It works by relaxing the facial muscles responsible for smile lines, crow’s feet, “eleven” between the brows and more.

Dr. Schlessinger performs all of his own injections, and each procedure is quick and painless. Temporary bruising is often the only visible side effect, and this may be covered with a little makeup. Patients may return to normal activities immediately after receiving treatment.

Fillers help you regain volume in the cheeks instantly, says Dr. Joel Schlessinger.

Fillers, such as JUVEDERM VOLUMA and Restylane, make the perfect companion to BOTOX. Made from hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in the body with the ability to hold up to 1,000 times its own weight in water, fillers are introduced under the skin to help plump, firm and minimize fine lines.

The full lips trend doesn’t appear to be going anywhere any time soon, and with Restylane Silk, you can enjoy a fuller, plumper pout in minutes. This hyaluronic acid gel is composed of smaller particles that are specially developed for the lips. Fine lines on and around the lips also appear smoother.

Dr. Joel Schlessinger was the first in the nation to offer Kybella for minimizing a double chin.

Expected to be the cosmetic skin care trend of 2016, Kybella is the first injectable designed to minimize the appearance of a double chin. Kybella is a synthetic form of deoxycholic acid, a naturally occurring substance in the body that works to absorb, metabolize and destroy fat. When the substance is introduced to the chin area in a series of injections, it targets fat cells without harming healthy surrounding tissue, making a noticeable improvement in chin contour in as little as two or three sessions.

Dr. Joel Schlessinger discusses how VelaShape can help minimize cellulite.

In addition to facial treatments, there are many procedures designed to improve the look of skin on the body and encourage a slimmer contour. VelaShape uses a combination of radiofrequency technology and mechanical massage to gradually smooth the appearance of cellulite and reduce the circumference of areas like the abdomen, hips and thighs.

The virtually painless, non-invasive device works by delivering heat to the desired area, increasing the metabolism of stored energy and encouraging drainage. This helps to shrink the size of fat cells and help you achieve a shapelier, more youthful appearance just in time for swimsuit season.

When you choose Dr. Joel Schlessinger, you put your appearance in the best hands.

While the treatments themselves are painless and typically take no more than an hour, exploring cosmetic surgery is always a big deal. You deserve the best, and at Skin Specialists P.C. of Omaha, we take each and every patient’s needs and concerns seriously.

With Dr. Joel Schlessinger, you’ll be in the best hands with your appearance. His expertise has won him Best Omaha Cosmetic Surgeon for more than 14 years running, and he has been instrumental in shaping and developing the fields of dermatology and cosmetic surgery. At his clinical research facility, he helps test and perfect treatments, often years before they are available to the general public, ensuring that when you go to Dr. Schlessinger, you are going to the most experienced cosmetic surgeon in the country.

Do you have a question about cosmetic surgery for Dr. Schlessinger? Let us know in the comments.

Posted Tuesday, January 12th, 2016 at 10:40 pm
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