Advancements in radio frequency, micro-needling and other technologies have now made it possible to improve skin conditions like never before including burns, scarring, enlarged pores and stretchmarks. Contact us for a consultation, no charge or obligation.

Acne Scars and Stretchmarks


Minimally Invasive MicroNeedling

The Rejuvapen Automatic Therapy System utilizes 9 precisely spaced micro needles in a small cartridge to create invisible, vertical, micro perforations into the epidermis and the top layer of the dermis. The result is firmer skin that regains its elasticity, fine lines and wrinkles are visibly reduced, pores become finer, circulation is stimulated and the overall condition of the skin improves.

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EndyMedPro™ Intensif

Non-Invasive MicroNeedling

EndyMed Intensif






The Intensif treatment handpiece provides the most effective dermal skin remodeling, deep within the skin to revive and rejuvenate the natural production of new collagen and elastin. Treatment with the Intensif triggers the skin’s natural healing process, rejuvenating and refreshing the skin while reducing the appearance of wrinkles, acne and traumatic scars in all skin types.

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Facial Skin Rejuvenation


Non-Invasive Radio Frequency

The FotoFacial technology emits intense pulse light and radio frequency energy to penetrate all levels of the skin, causing collagen and blood vessels beneath the skin to constrict. Many skin conditions can be overcome with FotoFacials including pigmented lesions, sun spots, age spots, rosacea/red complexion and broken blood vessels.

Treatments can be used on any area of the skin but the best results are generally received when performing fotofacials to the face, neck and chest.

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Non-Invasive Radio Frequency


ThermiSmooth is performed using a specially designed thermistor regulated hand piece, which is supplied with the ThermiRF system. ThermiSmooth delivers precise heating to the skin’s surface. ThermiSmooth treatments are gentle and patients often say it feels like receiving a warm massage.

Clinical studies show that the collagen in skin will shrink when heated to sustained temperatures in excess of 40°C. Further, it has been shown that when the skin is heated to this level, an inflammatory process is engaged which can stimulate fibroblasts to produce new collagen over a period of time. Therefore, the challenge is to deliver precise amounts of heat, without risking overheating the tissues and causing patient discomfort.

*Results may vary

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