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Non-Surgical Procedures are Now Available at a Discount at Strax Rejuvenation
Date:6/24/2013

SUNRISE, Fla., June 24, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Strax Rejuvenation, one of the country's top plastic surgery and wellness centers, has just announced a "Get Ready for Summer" promotion that features great deals on some of their most popular non-surgical procedures.

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For example, Juvederm fillers are now just $349 per 1 ml syringe instead of the usual price of $550; and Radiesse 1.5 cc syringe now only $499 instead of the usual price of $750; and Dysport is available for $169 per syringe instead of our already low usual price of $199. A complete facial resurfacing, done with the state-of-the-art Dual Fraxel laser is now just $399 per treatment, instead of $750. What these procedures share in common—in addition to their current low prices—is that they offer immediate results for patients who do not wish to undergo plastic surgery. We also now have an expert in treating spider veins in a painless procedure which is regularly $299 per treatment, now only $199 for a limited time only.

From laser treatments and spider vein removal to Botox and more, Strax Rejuvenation is working harder than ever to provide a plethora of less expensive non-surgical procedures that are ideal for people who want to look younger and more vibrant, only without the cost, downtime, and discomfort of surgery. The center recently hired Ana J. Varela, ARNP, MSN to its group of aesthetics sciences professionals. Her key role at Strax will be to help clients select non-invasive and minimally-invasive rejuvenation procedures.

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