Undergoing a surgical procedure isn't the only way to rejuvenate your face, enhance your features and restore a more youthful appearance. Dr. Sajan offers a number of extremely effective non-surgical treatment options that can help you achieve your anti-aging goals.
Rejuvenate your face...without surgery
Many of Dr. Sajan's patients want to enhance their facial features and address telltale signs of aging – but they aren't quite ready for surgery. When this occurs, he will often recommend one of his non-surgical treatments. During your initial consultation, he will carefully evaluate the imperfections you'd like to address, and help you determine which treatment approach can help you achieve your unique cosmetic objectives.
Dr. Sajan's non-surgical treatment options
Xeomin works similarly to BOTOX, in that it temporarily paralyzes the muscles that are contributing to your lines and wrinkles. However, it's free of additional additives, making it an optimal choice for patients who are prone to allergic reactions or have developed antibodies to BOTOX.Learn More
After years of being exposed to the sun, damaging weather conditions, pollutants and free radicals, it's very common for your skin to begin to show signs of wear and tear as you age. Laser skin resurfacing is a powerful procedure that can remove the damaged outer layer of your skin, revealing a smoother complexion underneath.Learn More
Stubborn fatty deposits beneath the chin can be unsightly and have a big impact on your appearance, leaving you looking older and heavier. These fat deposits affect many of us, and it may seem that your only alternative is to undergo liposuction. Did you know that surgery or liposuction are not your only options for reducing a double chin?Learn More
The CO2 laser uses continuous light beams, which are delivered in short pulses to remove your skin’s damaged layers. The method precisely targets the troubled area to reduce irregularities, and rejuvenate the healthy skin just below the surface, while leaving the surrounding skin undamaged.Learn More
Hyperpigmentation is an umbrella term for conditions where one skin patch becomes noticeably darker than the surrounding skin, most commonly caused by unprotected sun exposure. One specific hyperpigmentation type is melasma, which affects over 5 million Americans. Most hyperpigmentations are harmless and treatable with cosmetic treatments and specific skincare ingredients.Learn More