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Non-Surgical

Griffin Plastic Surgery provides many non-surgical procedures and treatments to combat the signs of aging without surgery. Some of these procedures are performed by Dr. Griffin, such as Botox and Dermal Fillers while other procedures, such as tattoo removal and facial vein or pigmented lesion removal, are performed by our skilled laser technician using the Versapulse Laser. For a complete listing and overview of these services, click on non-surgical procedures.

Botox

Botox Cosmetic is an injection that temporarily corrects frown lines, forehead creases, crows feet and thick bands in the neck. The toxin blocks nerve impulses, temporarily paralyzing the muscles that cause wrinkles to give the skin a smoother, more refreshed appearance. 

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Chemical Peel

Chemical peels use a special solution to remove damaged outer skin layers, thereby correcting facial blemishes, wrinkles and uneven skin pigmentation.

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Injectable Fillers

Soft-tissue fillers made of hyaluronic acid, collagen or fat, can help fill in lines and creases, restoring a smoother, more youthful-looking appearance. Fillers plump up creases, folds, and sunken areas of the face.

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VeraPulse

The VersaPulse® laser utilizes a green-light wavelength that safely targets superficial blood vessels and pigmented lesions. This laser uses a variable pulse width that allows selective treatments of a wide variety of vascular conditions with minimal bruising or down-time.

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Camouflage Cosmetics

There are three basic approaches to camouflage cosmetics: concealing--hiding incision lines and bruises; color correcting--neutralizing color in reddened or yellowish skin; and contouring--disguising swelling and creating the illusion of highlights and shadows.

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Laser Tattoo Removal

The VersaPulse laser removes a tattoo by using one of three specific wavelengths of light, which is attracted to and absorbed by a specific tattoo-ink??s color underneath the skin. The absorption of this energy causes the ink to heat-up and become fragmented into microscopic particles that are slowly cleared away by the immune system??s scavenger cells.

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