Everyone wants to prolong his or her youthful beauty, but few can afford to be downloaded into a series of quasi-robotic clones. Meet a younger you with today's Groupon: for $299, you get a 0.8 cc Radiesse dermal-filler injection at Signature Institute of Aesthetic Sculpting in Henderson (a $600 value).
Under the guidance of double-board-certified head surgeon and Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, Himansu Shah, MD, Signature Institute of Aesthetic Sculpting's wrinkle-shrinking professionals create smoother, younger-looking face-scapes on both women and men. Radiesse dermal filler replenishes skin rumples within an hour, and uses a combination of calcium-based microspheres and sparkling wit to keep collagen stimulated for as long as 12 months. As the treatment bolsters and enhances existing collagen reservoirs, the years may melt away but faces remain pleasingly familiar, with enhanced compliment-collecting abilities. This deal is good for one 0.8 cc syringe of Radiesse, but some patients may require additional treatment based on the area selected. A pre-treatment application of numbing cream, not included in the Groupon, can be obtained for an additional $10 charge.
Signature Institute of Aesthetic Sculpting
Plastic surgeon Himansu Shah, MD, FACS—certified by both the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery—brings scientific knowledge as well as an artful aesthetic sense to each procedure he performs. Known to both patients and colleagues for his warm and compassionate nature, Dr. Shah holds pretreatment consultations to discuss medical specifics. Cosmetic procedures such as face lifts, body lifts, breast augmentation, liposuction and many other cosmetic procedures help patients embody their own ideals of beauty. His practice also helps patients His practice also helps patients with tummy tucks, rhinoplasty and CO2 laser. Signature Institute of Aesthetic Sculpting also improves appearances with minimally invasive treatments such as Botox, Juvéderm, and Restylane, all delicately injected by Dr. Shah himself.