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New Hyde Park, NY 11042
Injectables & Fillers
North Shore Medical Spa offers a variety of Injectables & Fillers in Long Island that are primarily used to smooth skin on problem areas on the face. Patients can improve the texture and appearance of their skin through a course of injections as determined by a physician, following a free consultation. Click on each of the injectable services below to learn more about how we can help achieve your perfect look.
Kybella is now offered at our Long Island spa. Kybella is the only FDA approved injection to treat double chin. Whether your double chin is caused by genetics, aging, or weight gain, Kybella targets the fat cells below the chin and causes them to dissolve. To find out if you are a candidate for Kybella, schedule a consultation today.
Micro Needling is the latest service offered at North Shore Medical Spa. Micro Needling, or Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT), promotes the skin’s production of collagen. Our Micro Needling treatment stimulates the creation of new collagen and elastin. This improves the texture and firmness of your skin and minimizes scars and stretch marks. Schedule a free consultation today to find out how Micro Needling can benefit your skin.
BOTOX, or Botulinum Toxin A, is used to enhance your appearance and reduce wrinkles. It’s a simple injection procedure with noticable improvements that can last up to 4 months. When BOTOX wears off, you will notice a gradual return of the wrinkles. Often, when the wrinkles return they are not as deep as they were before. Some studies show that with regular repeated injections you may maintain your fresh relaxed wrinkle free appearance for longer periods of time. Learn more about BOTOX treatments today.
Cosmetic Fillers have added new dimensions to the field of cosmetic aesthetics, allowing new forms of facial rejuvenation and wrinkle treatment without surgery. Cosmetic Fillers are used to increase tissue volume (as with lip augmentation), reduce wrinkles, and improve skin’s overall contour. They are used to figuratively “fill” skin that has lost tissue volume. The new fillers are made of natural ingredients such as calcium and hyaluronic acid.