While the field of aesthetic medicine was predominately focused on women for years, times have really changed. In today’s society, more and more men are finding a reason to have ‘a little work done.’ Men care about their appearance. So here are our top services for the men out there who are ready to boost their confidence, boost their careers, and improve the look of their skin.



Botox is the number one non-invasive procedure for men, commonly called Brotox thanks to an article in Time magazine. It is a perfect treatment to smooth out the wrinkles and fine lines of the face so that you don’t look tired and run-down.



Dermaplaning exfoliates by scraping off the top layer of dead skin cells revealing a brighter, smoother complexion. In addition, it removes the unwanted hair on the face and improves skin care product penetration and performance. It also evens skin tone, reduces rough texture, treats acne scars, blackheads and enlarged pores.


Chemical Peel

A chemical peel will remove the top layer of skin, providing immediate glow and leaving you looking younger, more refreshed and healthier. It also stimulates collagen, which helps soften wrinkles and even skin tones.


Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers can be used to restore age-related volume loss that creates bags under the eyes, smooth out scars, fill in fine lines around the lips, mouth and nasolabial folds (sometimes called laugh lines). These are quick, immediately effective treatments you can get during your lunch hour.


Vampire Hair Restoration

You can virtually eliminate the effects of receding hairlines and male pattern baldness with this effective treatment that uses your own blood to stimulate regrowth of your own hair without surgery. You’ll be running your fingers through your thick locks of hair again, and you’ll be more confident than ever. Goodbye ball caps.



  1. Steve Phifer-Reply
    December 10, 2018 at 11:26 am

    I’m a 63 year old man with the typical sagging neck area. I’m interested in the method where you thread a cable to lift the neck. What’s the typical fee for a procedure like that?

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