Extremely well-known for her natural-looking results with neuromodulators, Dr. Grossman understands how to properly administer neuromodulators.

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CO2 Laser Resurfacing

CO2 laser resurfacing removes layers of damaged skin with laser light to build new collagen, and the heat generated also creates a “mini-lift”.

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Fractionated CO2

By physically removing the superficial layers of damaged skin, the CO2 laser achieves significant improvement for skin tone and texture, pigmentation, sunspots, and lines and wrinkles.

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Morpheus8 for Face

The deepest fractional technology available, Morpheus8™ is an advanced microneedling procedure that also uses radiofrequency to achieve smoother, firmer, and more youthful skin.

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This non-ablative fractional laser is an excellent option for those with sensitive skin, as it’s gentler than many other lasers. It improves skin texture and kick-starts new collagen and elastin production.

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Aquagold Microneedling

Using a powerful mixture of highly effective ingredients such as retinol and antioxidants, Aquagold® fine touch™ takes microneedling to a whole new level.

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Hyperdilute Fillers

When CaHA dermal fillers are diluted with saline and lidocaine and injected at superficial depths, they stimulate collagen growth, helping with firmness, hydration, elasticity, and overall glow.

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ActiveFX Laser

Incredible technology that delivers the same results as the conventional CO2 laser without the immediate ablation removal of skin, which reduces at-home care.

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A minimally invasive skin rejuvenating procedure, Fractora™ uses microscopic pins combined with radiofrequency to heat the underlying deep layers of the skin and kick-start collagen growth for tighter skin, as well as reduced redness, scars, and discoloration.

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