Meet the Injectors

Board Certified Nurse Anesthesiologist, Kristopher Brown, ARNP, CRNA, Medical Director

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Medical Director, Cosmetic Injector, and Owner of Serene Medical Spa and Salon,


Board Certified Nurse Anesthesiologist, 

ARNP with over 15 years of experience.  


Kris utilizes the new cutting edge medical esthetics focusing on the safest technology in cosmetic injections and procedures.


 Well known for his bed side manner, experience with lasers, tattoo removal, and cosmetic injections. 


 

Lisa Davenport, RN, Cosmetic Injector

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Injectable Trainer; trains physicians and nurses facial fillers, neurotoxins.


Sclerotherapy


Award winning injector with over 15 years experience cosmetic injecting. 


University Place Location


Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

Monika Mayfield, RN, Cosmetic Injector

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Injectable Trainer; trains physicians and nurses facial fillers, neurotoxins.


Award winning injector with over 15 years experience cosmetic injecting. 


University Place Location- Alternating Fridays. 


Kirkland Boutique- Mondays  

We don't mean to brag, but we have some amazing Cosmetic Injectors.

Injectables and fillers can smooth wrinkles and give you a more youthful look for a fraction of what a facelift costs.


Some injectables fill in creases and wrinkles, while others will relax the underlying muscle that actually creates the wrinkle. Be sure to talk to Serene Medical Aesthetics’s onsite injector about your specific needs. Sometimes optimal results are achieved when both types are used.


Botox/Dysport

Botox injections will relax the muscle under a wrinkle. It will smooth wrinkles because the muscle underneath that caused the wrinkle is no longer able to move to create the crease. Botox can last from 3-6 months. Because of muscle memory the more Botox is done, the less it is needed. Commonly, Botox is used for treating the creases between the brows, crows feet, and the forehead.


Facial Fillers

Injectables and fillers can smooth wrinkles and give you a more youthful look for a fraction of what a facelift costs.


Some injectables fill in creases and wrinkles, while others will relax the underlying muscle that actually creates the wrinkle. Be sure to talk to Serene Medical Aesthetics’s onsite injector about your specific needs. Sometimes optimal results are achieved when both types are used.

Fillers are used to fill in wrinkles or depressions. They can also be used to create volume and lift cheeks, under eyes, jawlines, and temples. It’s also become a popular option for plumping lips.


Hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers are popular and often a good choice as a filler because HA is naturally found in our bodies.  HA acts as a network that transfers essential nutrients from the bloodstream to skin cells. High concentrations are often found in our soft connective tissues. It’s also found naturally in some cartilage and joints, and tissue. Hyaluronic acid (HA) is extracted and reformulated for use in fillers, and now has become one of the most popular kinds of fillers.


Common Filler brand names include Juvederm, Volume, Perlane and Restylane. Fillers can last from a few months to a few years. Research has recently shown that repeated filler injections may help stimulate the body’s own natural production of collagen, and that also helps reduce the number of lines and wrinkles.


Botox and fillers work well hand in hand, because one targets the underlying muscle while the other fills in decreases and adds volume. Contact us to learn more!


Carboxy Therapy 

Carboxytherapy is a quick, comfortable, effective treatment skin elasticity improvement, cellulite reduction, localized fat reduction and collagen production stimulation.

Carboxytherapy has now become a good anti-aging treatment for cellulite of all grades, for wrinkles reduction, stretch marks.


Carboxytherapy is treatment for cellulite, stretch marks, and dark under-eye circles.

It originated in French spas in the 1930s.


The treatment can be applied to the eyelids, neck, face, arms, buttocks, stomach, and legs.

It uses infusions of carbon dioxide, a naturally occurring gas in the body.


15- to 30-minute outpatient procedure.

Wonderful to reduce dark under eye circles.  Starts at $100


How Carboxy Therapy works?

Poor blood circulation is partially responsible for cellulite, stretch marks, and dark under-eye circles. Cells in the body release carbon dioxide as waste. Red blood cells take the oxygen you inhale and carry it to tissues, then pick up carbon dioxide. Eventually, the carbon dioxide is exhaled by the lungs.

A physician can increase blood circulation to a specific area by injecting carbon dioxide, causing the red blood cells to rush to the area. When the blood cells reach the location, they create an increase in circulation. This works to repair skin elasticity and, in the case of under-eye circles, change pigment to a healthy glow.

  • Stretch marks: The stretch marks you see on your body are a rupture of dermal collagen. Carboxytherapy creates new collagen, which thickens the skin and improves its appearance.
  • Cellulite: Carbon dioxide gas can also be injected into fat cells, which causes the cells to burst and be eliminated in the body. Cellulite is caused when subcutaneous fat protrudes through the skin. Several studies have found that carboxytherapy is both safe effective when used to treat cellulite.
  • Under-eye circles: Dark circles under the eyes are usually caused by poor circulation, which creates vascular pooling. Injecting the gas under the eyelid reduces this bluish pooling and replaces it with a blush tone.
  • Alopecia: Alopecia (hair loss) caused by poor circulation can be treated with carboxytherapy as well.


 Sclerotherapy 

Sclerotherapy effectively treats varicose and spider veins. It's often considered the treatment of choice for small varicose veins. Sclerotherapy involves injecting a solution directly into the vein. The sclerotherapy solution causes the vein to scar, forcing blood to reroute through healthier veins.



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