Snoqualmie Valley Med Aesthetics and Wellness combines the best of primary care and skin care. Our medical aesthetics program is fully integrated into primary care at Snoqualmie Valley Health. This provides a seamless transition for your care whether you are seeing one of our exceptional primary care providers or Dr. Moore for medical aesthetics services.
I’ve been using Alastin for about two full months now and the changes are incredible! I have a very dry t-zone and oily jawline. Using Alastin has really helped me to manage my acne prone skin, and the dryness that is always exaggerated during winter months. Dr. Moore was so understanding about the insecurities I…
I’m so excited about this being offered here at Snoqualmie! The space is super relaxing and Dr. Moore took time to understand what my goals are with skin care.
I know this is a new service for SVH, but between walking in to the beautiful new space and being attended to in what seemed like complete luxury by Dr. Moore, I would have thought the medical aesthetics practice was in operation for many years. What a great experience!
As a regular patient to medical aesthetics, I was excited to hear SVH was joining the competitive market. Dr. Moore is a natural artist and so gentle. Her ability to look at the whole face and take my areas of concern into account was enough reason for me to return. I love my cosmetic results…
What does Medical Aesthetics mean?
Medical aesthetics is a type of medical practice that includes non-surgical treatments and services that focus on improving a patient’s cosmetic appearance. For patients who want to treat wrinkles, hyperpigmentation or “sun spots,” skin laxity, acne, scarring, inflammation and loose or sagging skin, aesthetics services offer a safe and effective method for treatment. Medical aesthetics practitioners have received specialized training with a focus on facial anatomy and vasculature, or blood supply. In some cases, a patient will not be eligible for medical aesthetics services as SVH and so a referral to dermatology or plastic surgery can be provided.
What services will you be offering?
SVH practitioners will offer a suite of services centering on medical aesthetics and wellness. As an extension of our Primary Care services, SVH believes this complements the experience and practice of our medical staff to support whole-person wellness such as weight loss and hormone management. In addition, our medical aesthetics program will offer neurotoxin or cosmetic Botox® for treatment of fine lines and wrinkles as well as therapeutic use of Botox® for migraine headaches for patients who qualify. Dermal fillers are offered as part of facial rejuvenation which may enhance the fullness of cheeks, under-eyes, jawline and lips. Microneedling services work to enhance collagen production in the surface of the skin and neck and are effective for use with acne scarring to diminish the appearance of affected areas. Chemical peels are used to treat acne scarring, fine lines and wrinkles as well as hyperpigmentation or darkening of the skin due to hormonal changes and UV damage. Collagen induction therapy with PRP, or Plasma-rich-protein, injections uses a patient’s own blood cells to stimulate collagen production and may aid healing in different areas of the body. SVH carries an exclusive medical grade skin care line with free consultation to determine what you may benefit from. IV infusion therapy with vitamin supplementation and weight loss injections are included in our services and our practitioners can review your concerns and determine the most appropriate treatment plan.
Can anyone receive services?
Medical aesthetics services are available for patients 13 years of age and older. The best way to know what you are eligible for is to schedule an initial facial aesthetics consultation to outline your goals with your practitioner. In some cases, a referral to dermatology or plastic surgery may be recommended.
Is Medical Aesthetics appropriate for men?
Medical aesthetics services are open all genders. Goals around cosmetic appearance are different for everyone and our practitioners can discuss with you what services may help you meet those goals.
What’s the downtime to be expected?
Downtime refers to the time immediately following treatment, and depends on the service that you receive. Your practitioner will review the procedure that you may be eligible for, along with what to expect, any downtime or side effects, and what activities may promote or delay healing.
How do I schedule?
You can schedule online through our Jane aesthetics link right here on the Med Aesthetics website. You can always email Dr. Moore directly to find a time for your consultation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What kind of skincare options are there?
As part of your initial facial aesthetics consultation, your practitioner will want to learn your medical history and medications, as well as habits such as smoking, drinking, sun exposure and exercise. SVH carries Alastin Skincare, an exclusive brand of skin care that is medical grade and when used in combination with medical aesthetics services may accelerate skin care goals.