Feb 2018 Injectables Party
On Saturday, February 17th, 2018, from 8:00 – 11:00 AM, Memorial Plastic Surgery invites you to join our very own Dr Kendall Roehl and Charmaine Dizon, MSN RN, for a special Injectables Event at our Houston office! For the entire morning, enjoy a one day discount on the following injectables:... | Read More
On Saturday, February 17th, 2018, from 8:00 – 11:00 AM, Memorial Plastic Surgery invites you to join our very own Dr. Kendall Roehl and Charmaine Dizon, MSN RN, for a special Injectables Event at our Houston office!
For the entire morning, enjoy a one day discount on the following injectables:
- Dysport® (15% off)
- Filler (Restylane® and Kybella®) (25% off)
- Filler/Dysport® Combo (25% off)
Dysport® is one of the most popular injectables available on the market today. It is an FDA-approved treatment that clears frown lines located between the eyebrows. The results can last for a period of six months to a whole year.
Restylane® is a brand of injectable fillers made with hyaluronic acid, a substance naturally found in the skin. This highly favored injectable can be used to treat wrinkles and deep creases, soften lines around the mouth, and provide volume to the lips. A single treatment can last between six months to two years.
Kybella® is one of the most sought-after non-surgical facial treatments available today. This injectable destroys fat cells and reduces fat located beneath the chin, an occurrence often known as a “double chin”. Deoxycholic acid, a natural substance in the body that absorbs fat cells, is one of Kybella’s primary components.
“Together with our amazing team, Charmaine and I couldn’t be more excited about our upcoming Injectables Event,” shares board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Kendall Roehl. “We look forward to an incredible and rejuvenating morning with our clients!”
The Injectables Event takes place on Saturday morning, February 17th, 2018, at Memorial Plastic Surgery – Houston. Limited spots are available by appointment only. To RSVP, contact us today!
*This blog is created and maintained for informational purposes only. The images present may not accurately reflect actual cases per individual. Individual cases are unique, and the descriptions and solutions will vary per patient.