Written by Kenmont Group

Wishing All Mothers a Happy Mother’s Day

What can I do this week for a quick lift?

Facials and Microdermabrasion

Of course, most of the medical procedures available in our office are not something a husband would buy his wife or mother without her initiative and an appropriate medical examination.  For gift givers, a one hour facial with our master esthetician is a treat she will not soon forget. Refer to this blog within a month of Mother’s Day for $10 off any facial service at Richmond Facial Plastics, the cosmetic surgery division of Richmond ENT. Most facial services are under $100. For those with roughened or yellowed skin, microdermabrasion can enhance the glow, especially if purchased in a package of five treatments. To really show your love, invite Mom to invest in quality sunscreen and skin care products as recommended by the esthetician.

Botox, Juvederm, and Radiesse

If you are a Mom who wants to pamper herself, or if you are looking for a quick rejuvenation before that graduation, debutante ball, or summer wedding, schedule a consultation with board certified facial plastic surgeon Mike Armstrong, MD. Popular “lunch time” treatments include Botox to relax the frown lines between the eyebrows and in the corners of the mouth, and fillers to plump the cheeks, hide shadows under the eyes, and restore definition and volume to thin lips.  If you have a few weeks before the event, it is not to late to consider a “weekend facelift.”  Most eyelid surgery and many facelifts can be performed under local anesthesia in our office.  More extensive surgery can be performed next door, in the fully accredited Medarva Stony Point Surgery Center.

Fotofacials, hair, and vein removal

Our services are not limited to just the face. Our laser specialist, performs light based therapy to remove fine lines, veins and brown spots on the face, legs and arms.  Even if you are beginning to tan, our newest laser can still help reduce unwanted hair in preparation for swimming season! This week, it is all about you, Mom!

Also read this month’s edition of Plastic Surgery Practice  online now!