Subtle enhancements to look your best.

Cosmetic Injections & Teeth Whitening

Our Medical Aesthetics team consists of a Registered Practitioner Nurse and a Registered Dental Hygienist to provide you with the best and safest professional services.

Cosmetic injection services are performed by our Registered Practitioner Nurse, Cecile Cassan and Hilary Thiessen.

Tricia from Smile Luv Whitening is a Registered Dental Hygienist working in the dental field for over ten years. She is an expert in cosmetic dental whitening and is committed to not only creating bright smiles for her patients, but also on educating them on their oral health. She will be providing a dental assessment and oral cancer screening with every whitening treatment, and will be available to answer any oral health questions you may have.

Cosmetic Injection Services 

Dermal Fillers - Cheeks/Chin/Jawline$500 / syringe
Dermal Fillers - Nasolabial/Marionette Lines$500 / syringe
Dermal Fillers - Lips$500 / syringe
Dermal Fillers - Undereye/Temple$550 / syringe
Mini Lip Filler$350 / half syringe
Neuromodulators (Botox/Dysport)$10 / unit
Facial Slimming (Masseter Reduction)$500+
TMJ (Teeth Grinding$500+
Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating)$800+
Deoxycholic Acid (Fat Dissolver)$550 / treatment
PRP Injections$500 / treatment
Medical Grade Chemical PeelsComing soon!


$350 (half), $500 (full)

Dermal fillers are usually used in the lower two-thirds of the face. Common areas to treat are the cheeks, nasolabial folds, jawline, and lips. As we age, our facial structure changes and we lose volume as a result of shrinking fat pads which result in a forward sagging appearance. Dermal filler can help to add volume back in, soften wrinkles, which lead to a more youthful appearance. They are composed of hyaluronic acid, which is sugar that is found in our connective tissues. 

Fillers in the jawline, cheek and chin can last up to 18 months. Lip filler can last from 4 months to one year.

45 min.


Neuromodulators (Botox/Dysport)


A neuromodulator is a medication that works to stop the contraction of the treated muscle by using small amounts of purified botulinum toxin A. This medication is naturally occurring in the environment and has been harnessed for both cosmetic and medical purposes. There are three common neuromodulators on today’s market; Botox, Xeomin, and Dysport.

Neuromodulators are most commonly used to treat the upper one third of the face including the glabellar region (the 11’s or frown lines), the forehead, and around the eyes for crow’s feet. 

30 min.


Microneedling with PRP


PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma and has been used in cardiac surgery since the 1970’s. It became popular in the 80’s when doctors discovered it was very useful in the healing of injuries and so, many athletes started to use it as a way to recover quickly from muscle tears, tendon and ligament injuries.

PRP is your own plasma, so there is no chance of an allergic reaction. The procedure involves collecting blood, spinning it in a centrifuge, and injecting the plasma into the desired treatment area.

60 min.

What to expect after filler injections:

Once the swelling is completely gone and the product has settled, treatment results are apparent two weeks post injection with results usually lasting 9-12 months.

Side effects of botox and fillers:

With any cosmetic injections, the most common side effect is bruising, which will subside within 24-48  hours.

How to avoid bruising:

The best way to avoid bruising is for the patient to avoid anti-inflammatories for 72 hours prior to treatment and alcohol for 24 hours prior to treatment.

What does PRP do?

PRP restores the elasticity that we lose during the aging process. There are growth factors located in our plasma that will create younger-looking skin and reduce fine lines and wrinkles. It is especially effective on acne or other scars. It has also been successful in hair regrowth for both men and women.

How do I proceed?

As each patient’s health status and history is different, an in-person consultation is required to ensure the treatment is appropriate for each individual.

How many sessions do I need?

Most patients complete a series of three treatments, one to two weeks apart, and will see the best results approximately 3-5 weeks post-treatment.