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Popular Non-Surgical Pre Wedding Procedures

Before you say your “I do” this summer, is there a procedure you need to add to your “to do” list? Before the big day, you may want to consider some common non-surgical treatments so you can feel confident as you walk down the aisle and pose for your perfect wedding pictures that will be a treasure for the rest of your life.


  • Botox– This non-surgical procedure is great for erasing any wrinkles or frown-lines in your forehead and upper face. The results last up to four months. Preparing for a wedding is exhausting and the last thing you want is lines along your eyes or forehead that make you look as tired as you actually are.
  • Injectable Facial Fillers– This non-surgical procedure provides you with restoration of facial volume. It also helps lift sagging tissues and plump thinning lips. It also can fill lines or folds. Vitality and fullness will be restored in as little as one office visit.
  • IPL Treatment– This non-invasive procedure can be performed in as little as 30 minutes. It provides you with an even skin tone and also treats hyperpigmentation or redness in your skin. This procedure should be considered for portions of your body that is exposed such as your chest, shoulders, arms and hands as well. Most wedding dresses reveal a large portion of the top of your body and you want those portions of your skin to match and blend with the tone of your face for the perfect wedding picture.

Contact Dr. Khosh to help you look your very best for your wedding day.

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Maurice M. Khosh, MD, FACS
Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Nasal & Sinus Surgery

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