Wrinkles are possibly the most popular reason for seeking out Botox and other Neuromodulators (muscle relaxants). These products can also be used to lift the brow, corners of the mouth, and jawline.
You may be at a healthy weight, but still can be frustrated by cellulite or stubborn areas of fat (e.g. love handles, lower abdominal "paunch," saddlebags, double chin and pads under the eyes). These problem areas often have a strong genetic cause and we offer 3 different options for treatment that can be done on their own or in conjunction with one another.
The De Pieri Clinic offers a variety of physician-grade Chemical Peels to suit your specific skin type and concern.
Chemical peels loosen dead cells from the skin's surface, encouraging deep exfoliation and ridding the skin of impurities. The result is diminished lines and wrinkles; smoother, firmer skin; and smaller pores. Regular peels will help maintain healthy, plump and radiant skin.
While exercising and dieting are good ways to promote your overall health, some areas of fat tend to linger regardless of body weight. Sometimes, fat pads under the chin are related to hormones or heredity rather than body weight, meaning you may need a little help beyond exercising and dieting for desired results.
Dermal Fillers are a quick, safe, non-surgical way to replace lost volume, or enhance and define facial features such as lips, cheeks, nose, temples, and jawline. Our doctors pride themselves on striving for a balanced, natural look, whether you want a subtle or more dramatic change.
Our hair rejuvenation package is a multi step appointment process with a series of varied treatments which in combination give superior results. With the combination of 3 Serum Injection appointments, carbossi therapy, laser diode hair stimulation and TruMarine Collagen we make sure to enhance hair growth in various ways for the best possible outcome.
The De Pieri Clinic proudly offers Kelowna area residents an advanced laser Diode hair removal device that safely and gently eliminates unwanted hair. It can also eliminate ingrown hairs and razor bumps and rashes, leaving smooth, healthy skin.
The De Pieri Clinic is proud to offer Lumecca, the most powerful intense pulsed light (IPL) to treat pigmentation and vascular lesions, and rosacea. Patients notice significant improvements in the complexion and clarity of the skin.
Whether you would like general rejuvenation, or are targeting a specific concern such as acne, pigment, or scarring, The De Pieri Clinic offers a wide variety of medical facials to choose from.
Whether you would like general rejuvenation, or are targeting a specific concern such as acne, pigment, or scarring. This treatment is done with a hand held pen which creates micro-injuries to the skin, thereby aiding in the production of collagen and elastin.
We are pleased to offer mole, lesion and skin tag removal options which minimize the chance of scarring, particularly on the face. They are preferable to liquid nitrogen which can sometimes leave scarring and may not get to the root of the lesion.
The De Pieri Clinic is fully certified to offer the official Serum Injection Facial. This is a treatment that combines the use of serum injections and Microneedling Therapy. Our treatment is unique in that we use a multi-treatment approach to achieve a visible reduction in fine lines and wrinkles, improved skin tone, texture, and plumpness, and softer, younger looking skin.
A number of treatments can be done together or on their own to reduce the appearance of scars depending what type of scar they are and where they are located.
Acne is caused by three main problems: overactive oil glands, hormone imbalances and overgrowth of anaerobic bacteria. We take all of these into consideration to create the best treatment plan for you.
We have 2 different options for complete skin resurfacing treatments. One is done by a strong chemical peel, while the other is done by laser. Below we have further information on both treatments to help narrow down what would be the best option for you.
One of the main components in maintaining skin's laxity is a protein in our connective tissue called elastin. Over time, and due to environmental factors, our body starts to produce less of it, which in turn makes our skin have less ability to "bounce back".