Calgary, Alberta (PRWEB) June 26, 2011
Dr. Jason McWhirter (http://www.renue.ca/), a specialist in dermatology and skin care, has recently noticed a trend at his practice: more men are considering BOTOX® Cosmetic at his Calgary practice. This rise in interest for non-surgical facial rejuvenation has been increasing over the last few years, with both women and men wanting to learn about these types of treatments.
"As non-surgical treatments are becoming more popular, I've noticed more men coming into my practice interested in how these procedures can help them appear more youthful," says Dr. McWhirter. "In addition, I have been offering specials on these treatments, making them affordable."
BOTOX Cosmetic is a non-surgical treatment that works by temporarily inhibiting the muscles that cause dynamic wrinkles. Dr. McWhirter also offers other non-surgical treatments such as JUVÉDERM® to Calgary women and men who want to add volume to their face. By adding filling agents to the skin, the face appears fuller, and wrinkles and lines can be diminished.
"More men are recognizing the benefits of these non-surgical treatments," adds Dr. McWhirter. "They see that treatment time is quick–about 15 to 20 minutes– and it can last for months, making it a great option for those who are not quite ready for a surgical procedure."
In addition to facial rejuvenation options, Dr. McWhirter offers laser hair removal in Calgary at his office. This option can be combined with another treatment, such as an injectable filler, to enhance the overall appearance.
"I enjoy working with my patients to help them achieve beautiful results that appear natural," says Dr. McWhirter. "With several non-surgical options to choose from, many facial and skin imperfections can be improved."
Dr. Jason McWhirter (http://www.renue.ca/) is a fully licensed physician, with a special interest in dermatology. Dr. McWhirter graduated from the College of Physicians of Alberta and is a Fellow of the Canadian College of Family Physicians. He is a member of the Canadian and Alberta Colleges of Physicians and Canadian and Alberta Medical Associations, as well as the Calgary Area Physicians Association and the Canadian Association of Aesthetic Medicine.