All bodies are different. We offer CoolSculpting and PDO Threads as your non-surgical solution for body rejuvenation. Our team is recognized for their expertise and commitment to patient safety and satisfaction.
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CoolSculpting (Cryolipolysis) is an innovative to safely freeze stubborn fat away. The maximum number of fat cells is set at adolescence. When you lose weight, your fat cells shrink but do not go away. With Coolsculpting, treated fat cells are completely eliminated. More information
Polydioxanone (PDO) is an absorbable material that’s been used for years in Asia and Europe. It is one of the safest materials that can be implanted in the body. MINT PDO, is a sterile, absorbable suture with bi-directional barbs which anchor onto the soft tissue. The presence of the threads initiates the healing response. As the skin heals around the threads, it creates new collagen, causing lax skin to become more plump, resilient and tight. More information
Publication / Media Exposure The DUAL PRACTITIONER Infectious disease specialist Dr. Gerald Pierone talks with an assistant at his Facial Rejuvenation office. His aesthetics practice in Vero Beach grew out of his work with HIV/AIDS patients. BY MARY ANN...
Fire & Ice Event Join Us! October 10th for the Fire & Ice! Door Prizes & Light Bites 4:00pm – 6:00pm @ Facial Rejuvenation FL Office FIRE - Vivace is the hottest new 3- in -1 skincare device! Similar to robotic technology, it uses...
Live Demonstration: May 31, 2018 5:00pm - 7:00pm Facial Rejuvenation FL Office Brilliant Distinctions® members can receive a $200 rebate on a CoolSculpting® treatment of six (6) sites. If not a member, please click on Brilliant Distinctions...
DEBRA MESSING "COOLSCULPTING® IS MY BEST DISCOVERY OF THE YEAR!"Join Us! on March 1, 2018 for a CoolSculpting Demonstration! 5:00pm - 7:00pm Door Prize: 1 - FREE TREATMENT! Light Bites & Refreshments RSVP Requested
Q:Have been taking regimen for hiv therapy for 14 yrs. Belly fat is a side effect. It just won't seem to go away and is pretty rigid. It's getting hard to even tie my shoes sometimes. Exercise has done nothing. Could this be considered medically necessary to get...