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Dandelion Meadow

Medical Aesthetics Services

We are currently making changes to the things we offer in this service line. Check back soon to see what is new!

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Injection cosmetology
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botulinum toxin-type A

Price Range: $13 unit

The cosmetic form of botulinum toxin is a purified substance derived from the bacteria Clostridium botulinum that causes botulism. It is popularly used as a prescription injectable to temporarily reduce or eliminate facial lines or wrinkles. The medication works by blocking the nerve signal to the muscle it was injected in, making the muscle unable to contract. Common brand names for botulinum toxin-type A include: Botox, Dysport, Jeuveau, and Xeomin. The effects from a botulinum toxin-type A treatment will typically start as soon as 24 hours and as late as 14 days after treatment. They last for up to 3-4 months. The effects may wear off sooner in athletic people and men.


Dermal Fillers

Price Range: $600-800/1 ml syringe

We typically use temporary dermal fillers made of hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance found in our skin that keeps it hydrated. Hyaluronic acid dermal fillers are gel like substances that are injected beneath the skin to restore lost volume, smooth wrinkles, or enhance facial contours.  The duration of effect of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers depends on the type and location of the filler. They typically last 6-12 months, with some lasting up to 24 months, as the body gradually absorbs the material. Some common brands of hyaluronic acid fillers are Juvederm, Restylane, RHA, and Belotero. There are other types of dermal fillers including: Calcium Hydroxylapatite; Poly-L-Lactic Acid; Polymethylmethacrylate; Autologous Fat Injections.

Chemical Peel

Price Range: Face $75-350; Body $750

A chemical peel uses a chemical solution to remove layers of skin, revealing the more youthful skin underneath. Chemical peels can reduce or improve fine lines and wrinkles, acne, scars, uneven skin coloring and other skin imperfections. Chemical peels vary in strength from superficial, medium, and deep. Different chemicals determine the depth of your peel and type of skin condition treated. Chemical peels are typically done in a series of 3-5 peels spaced several weeks apart to achieve optimal results. Maintenance is usually needed to keep desired results.  

The most common conditions treated with chemical peels include:

  • Fine lines

  • Acne

  • Mild scarring

  • Sun spots, age spots, liver spots, freckles, uneven skin coloring

  • Precancerous spots such as actinic and sebhorreic keratosis

  • Rough skin, scaly patches, dull complexion

  • Melasma

  • Improve tone and texture of skin

PDO Threads

Price Range: $100 and up (price depends on type and amount of threads used. Average cost $575+)

Polydioxanone (PDO) threads are a dissolvable medical grade thread made of protein.These threads are used in aesthetic practices to give clients a non-surgical face lift. The threads are anchored and inserted into different layers of the skin in order to lift and tighten sagging skin.

Results are noticed immediately following the procedure, but will continue to improve over the following 3-6 months. The threads typically dissolve in 3 months, but they stimulate collagen production to occur giving you results for unto 2 years. This procedure in minimally invasive and

minimal pain is experienced at the time of the procedure. It is normal to experience some tenderness for a few days following the treatment.



Price Range: $250 (with serum); $525 (with PRP)

Also called percutaneous collagen induction therapy, microneedling is a procedure where multiple tiny needles are used to make microscopic punctures in the skin. This stimulates the skin to repair itself through a process called dermal remodeling. The inflammation, caused by the skin’s attempts to heal the punctures placed with the microneedling tool stimulates the skin to produce new collagen. Collagen is the elastic fibers that make the skin tight and smooth. Collagen naturally declines as we age. Microneedling can help improve the skin’s tone and texture through stimulating new collagen growth. It is also used to help topical skin treatments penetrate the skin more effectively.

Microneedling is often used to reduce or eliminate:

  • Stretch marks

  • Scars

  • Enlarged pores

  • Fine lines and wrinkles

  • Hyperpigmentation

Deoxycholic Acid (AKA Kybella) & PCDC

Price Range: $600/ 2 ml vial

Deoychloic acid and PCDC are cytolytic medications that are used to break down fat cells. Deoychloic acid was first marketed under the brand name Kybella and approved for use in the submental fat (or double chin). PCDC is a compounded form of deoxycholic acid and is made up of Phosphatidylcholine/Sodium Deoxycholate. Many providers now will also use these medications to spot treat certain areas, such as the fatty area beneath the bra or even certain locations on the abdomen.

Deoxycholic acid and PCDC are both liquids that are injected beneath the skin into the fat. A single treatment may consist of as many as 50 injections (10 ml) spaced 1 cm apart.  A person can have up to 6 treatments, each spaced 1 month apart. The amount of treatments a person needs is individualized. Most people have visible results after 2-4 sessions.

Hydrodermabrasion (Hydrafacial)

Price Range: $125

Saline or serums can be infused into the skin depending on the individual needs of the person. Adjustable suction removes debris while stimulating circulation, oxygenation, and lymphatic drainage.

Diamond Mircodermabrasion

Price Range: $75 stand alone, $25 add on to another service

Microdermabrasion is an exfoliation procedure where an abrasive tool is used to remove the outer layers of thick, dull, dead skin cells. This is a form of skin rejuvenation. Microdermabrasion helps to thicken collagen which results in a younger looking complexion. With our traditional diamond microdermabrasion, a diamond-tip wand is gently moved across the skin to exfoliate while suction lifts away the dead skin cells.

Microdermabrasion is commonly used to treat:

  • Light scarring

  • Discoloration

  • Sun damage

  • Stretch marks

  • Age spots

  • Black heads

  • Hyperpigmentation

  • Reduce fine lines and wrinkles

  • Reduce or eliminate enlarged pores

  • Treat acne and acne scars


Price Range: $75 stand alone

Dermaplaning is a an exfoliation treatment in which a blade is used to painlessly and gently scrape away the top layer of dull, dead skin cells and vellus hair (AKA peach fuzz) from a person's face. Not only can this help brighten the skin to give it a glow, it also helps skin care products work more effectively and penetrate better. 

LED Light Therapy 

Price Range: 20 Minute add-on: $15

LED (light-emitting diode) light therapy is a non-invasive treatment that can help treat a range of skin issues such as:

  • Eczema

  • Hair loss

  • Psoriasis

  • Mild to moderate acne

  • Actinic keratosis

  • Rosacea

  • Sun damage

  • Wrinkles

  • Promotes wound healing

  • Helps cells and tissues grow

LED Light Therapy works by using various wavelengths that correspond to different colors. Each color penetrates the skin at different depths. Think of the colors/wavelengths as a spectrum. The longer the wavelength, the deeper the penetration in the skin.


Our current machine has the following colors at the approximate wavelengths listed in order from superficial to deepest penetration of the skin:

  • RED+BLUE (Purple) - (400 nm) Anti-aging, treats acnes, decreases scarring, and promotes anti-inflammatory effects.

  • BLUE - (430 nm) Often used to treat acne, kill bacteria, and decrease sebum production.

  • BLUE+GREEN (CYAN) - (520 nm) Improves circulation in skin. Reduces inflammation. Helps with acne and scarring.

  • GREEN - (560 nm) Reduces hyperpigmentation by targeting melanocytes to reduce melanin stimulation. With less melanin reaching the surface of the skin, hyperpigmentation gradually fades. Treats dilated capillaries and sagging skin around the eyes.

  • YELLOW - (590 nm) Similar to red light, yellow stimulates blood circulation, boosts lymphatic flow (removing toxins and wastes), and promotes wound healing and skin cell rejuvenation. It has anti-inflammatory benefits and promotes anti-aging.  Helps with hyperpigmentation, overall skin tone, and complexion.

  • ORANGE - (600 nm) Revitalizes the skin. Promotes a glow adding vitality to dull complexions.

  • RED - (660 nm) Stimulates the production of collagen. Anti-aging. Increases blood circulation. Repairs damaged tissue. Promotes new cell and tissue growth. Reduces inflammation

  • NEAR-INFRARED - (850 nm) Anti-aging. Treats fine lines and wrinkles, loose skin, and hyper pigmentation. Increases collagen production. Increases blood flow. Speeds up skin metabolism.


Many times LED light therapy is used as an add on therapy with other services, but it can be used alone. Treatments take approximately 30 minutes. To see optimal improvements, you need to have regular treatments. Commonly, at least 1 treatment per week for 5-10 weeks, and afterwards a maintenance treatment every few months to main results.


LED light therapy can be done at home or in the office setting. Typically, clinics and medspas have more powerful machines which can lead to more effective treatments.

After light therapy, people need to limit sun exposure and apply extra sunscreen for a minimum of 48 hours.

LED light therapy isn’t ideal for people who take medications that increase their sensitivity to light (such as Accutane), have a history of skin cancer, or have inherited eye diseases.


Laser Hair Removal - 

Radio Frequency Microneedling-

Laser Tattoo Removal

Picosure Laser

PDL Laser

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