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Cosmetic procedures to renew your look

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If you've been dreaming about a younger-looking face, a new nose or a more slender tummy — why are you waiting any longer? Recent advancements in both surgical and non-invasive treatments are revolutionizing the cosmetic industry with procedures that can enhance and renew your appearance to help you look and feel your best.  

Get the look you want

Eyelid surgery

Reduces bagginess from lower lids and removes excess skin from upper lids. May also improve sight if sagging eyelids interfere with vision.


Also referred to as a nose job, this surgery can change the size, shape and angle of your nose — and correct structural problems that cause chronic congestion and breathing problems.

Laser resurfacing

Removes or improves the appearance of wrinkles, brown spots or other skin pigment changes and shallow scars.


Smooths and contours belly, thighs, buttocks and other areas by removing fat from under the skin using ultrasound, laser or suction.

Scierotherapy injections

Removes or reduces spider and varicose veins using laser or radiofrequency probes.

Face lift

Improves sagging or wrinkling in the jawline, cheeks and area between nose and lips by removing extra skin and fat, and tightening muscles to smooth the face.

Tummy tuck

Flattens the abdomen by removing extra fat and skin, and tightening muscles in the abdominal wall. A good option for those who were once obese and want to remove loose skin for good.

Breast augmentation

An implant is placed under the breast tissue or chest muscle to make breasts larger.

Breast reduction

Removes excess tissue and skin to reshape and lift breasts.

Laser hair removal

Permanently removes unwanted hair from legs, face, arms, bikini line and other areas with lasers that selectively target hairs while leaving surrounding skin undamaged.

6 questions to ask during your consultation

  1. How many times have you performed this procedure?
  2. How soon will I see results? 
  3. How long will the results last?
  4. What can I do to prepare for my procedure?
  5. What will the procedure be like?
  6. What will recovery be like?

Be an informed patient

Enhancing your look is a big decision. Fortunately, today's cosmetic treatments are safer, more effective and less invasive than ever. Still, whether you're considering major surgery or a minor procedure, it's important to be well informed about every stage of the process — so you can make the best choices for your health, beauty and safety. Be sure to choose a qualified, board-certified doctor who can perform your procedure, explain the entire treatment process and discuss any medical concerns. For more information, check out the CareCredit Cosmetic Guide . It's a free resource to help you learn more about common cosmetic procedures, costs, selecting a doctor and preparing for your procedure.

Remember that your CareCredit credit card can help finance the cosmetic procedures and beauty treatments you've been dreaming of. Use our Provider Locator to find a nearby provider who accepts your CareCredit card.

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CareCredit provides information solely for your convenience. Please always consult with a physician on any medical decisions.

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"Cosmetic Surgery and Procedures — Surgery Options," WebMD,, accessed Jan. 5, 2017

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