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This past November, dermatologist Dr. Gabriele Weichert traveled to Toronto for the MD Codes™ conference. This dermal filler conference was presented by experienced plastic surgeon and creator of MD Codes™ Dr. Mauricio de Maio.
MD Codes™ is a schematic for injection sites, which are located strategically across the face to get optimal and precise results from injectable fillers. It is a specific and refined approach to provide results that are predictable and that can be…Read Full Post
CoolSculpting reduces fat on many areas of the physique. If you are interested in this non-invasive treatment, you may be wondering what it will be like. Rest assured this gentle fat-reduction device causes no pain at all, and you remain awake and relaxed throughout the appointment. To learn more about the process, please call Synergy Medical Aesthetics in Nanaimo at 250-591-1566.
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We're proud to announce that experienced dermatologist Dr. Gabriele Weichert attended the annual meeting of the American Society of Dermotologic Surgery. This conference was held October 11-14, in Phoenix, Arizona, in the United States.
Dr. Weichert is committed to continuing education and staying informed of the latest techniques, technology and knowledge in her field. At the…Read Full Post
Seasonal weather affects your skin. Moisture, sun, dryness, wind and temperature are just several of the seasonal factors for which you should adjust your skin care routine. It's fall and Nanaimo is rainy and chilly. Below, we've outlined some tips for pampering your skin this autumn.
To tackle the issue of dry skin, remember to hydrate from the inside out:
- Drink water…
You may feel like it's impossible to get rid of the fat under your chin. It wasn't long ago that you would have been correct, but today's cosmetic technologies and the physicians who use them make it quite possible to restore a nicely contoured chin, neck and jaw.
When you visit us at our Nanaimo practice, we will recommend those treatments or procedures that are a good match for your goals and expectations. To arrange your consultation, please call…Read Full Post
With autumn upon us, now is a great time to rejuvenate your skin. At Synergy Medical Aesthetics, we provide non-surgical options to soften the effects of the summer sun. Brown spots, age spots, rough texture and other imperfections can be addressed with Intense Pulsed Light Therapy and with our skin care services. To learn more, please call our experienced team at…Read Full Post
Fillers enhance and rejuvenate the youthfulness of your face. Even small amounts of filler can make a big difference. The vast majority of our patients seek a natural outcome, not an artificial look, and fillers are very effective at achieving a naturally rejuvenated result.
To learn more about our non-surgical facial rejuvenation treatments in Nanaimo, BC, please call Synergy Medical Aesthetics at 250-591-1566.
Why Consider Fillers?
Fillers are injections of smooth gel that tackle some of the most common signs of aging. They address the following issues:…Read Full Post
BOTOX® Cosmetic is one of the most popular aesthetic treatments today. It is an effective and versatile alternative to plastic surgery, reliably helping many patients rejuvenate multiple areas of the face.
See if BOTOX is right for you by reading the answers to some common questions:
How Does BOTOX Work?
Wrinkles and lines on the face are the…Read Full Post
CoolSculpting uses freezing temperatures to reduce fat cells in various parts of the physique. Wondering if it is right for you? Please call Synergy Medical Aesthetics, at 250-591-1566, to arrange a free consultation at our comfortable Nanaimo office.
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Fine lines are an inevitable result of aging. Did you know there are different types of wrinkles? BOTOX® Cosmetic injections relax those lines that are formed by repeated facial expressions, which involve muscles contracting. As the muscles contract, the skin folds. Over the years, the repeated skin folding forms a…Read Full Post