Medical weight loss solutions are now available at Dose of Aesthetics! Weight management can be difficult, especially when combined with the demands of daily life. That is why injections such as Ozempic and Semaglutide can speed up the weight loss process and help you optimize your goals.

Ozempic/Semaglutide Injections


  • A weekly shot to lose weight
  • Helps you feel full faster, longer
  • Improves the way your body responds to sugars
  • Ozempic is not FDA-approved for weight loss, but may be prescribed if a provider deems it appropriate


Ozempic, also known as Semaglutide or Wegovy, is an injectable medication designed to help control and regulate appetite, particularly for weight management. Semaglutide functions by activating receptors for glucagon-like peptide 1 (GLP-1), a hormone naturally present in the body. It works by reducing the release of glucagon and enhancing insulin secretion when blood glucose levels are elevated.

When used in conjunction with a balanced diet and a regular exercise routine, Semaglutide (Ozempic/Wegovy) has proven effective in assisting both men and women in achieving weight loss and fostering a healthier lifestyle. Ozempic aids weight reduction by promoting a faster and more prolonged feeling of fullness, ultimately leading to weight loss.

Losing weight can be a challenging and daunting endeavor. However, medications for weight loss, such as Semaglutide (Ozempic/Wegovy), can serve as a valuable component of your weight management plan when under the guidance of a certified medical professional dedicated to helping you attain your overall health and aesthetic objectives. Weight loss interventions are typically most successful when coupled with lifestyle modifications, including increased physical activity and dietary adjustments.

Semaglutide (Ozempic/Wegovy) for weight management is administered through weekly subcutaneous injections into the abdomen, thigh, or upper arm.

Safety info: Ozempic treats type 2 diabetes but may be prescribed off-label for weight loss, if appropriate. Ozempic may have serious side effects, including possible thyroid tumors. Do not use if you or your family have a history of a type of thyroid cancer called MTC or MEN 2. Read more about serious warnings and safety info.


Am I a candidate formedical weight loss?

You may be a candidate for our medical weight loss treatments If you've faced challenges in achieving weight loss through previous efforts. Contact our office to schedule a consultation to discuss treatment options available for individuals dealing with difficulty losing weight.

What should I expectduring a medical weight loss program?

We adopt a comprehensive strategy to assist our patients in achieving weight loss. Our approach typically commences with nutritional guidance and lifestyle adjustments designed to enhance cardiovascular fitness, reduce stress levels, and enhance sleep quality. These factors can collectively contribute to a successful and healthy weight loss journey. Furthermore, we tailor additional interventions (such as ozempic/semaglutide injections) to meet individual needs. For instance, certain patients may grapple with weight issues stemming from dietary imbalances or missed meals, while others might contend with hormonal irregularities leading to weight gain. Our customized treatment options are designed to surmount obstacles to weight loss and help the body become a more efficient fat-burning mechanism.

What types of results canI expect after completing a medical weight loss program?

Weight loss results can differ significantly from one patient to another, and it's important to note that there are no assurances of specific outcomes. Nevertheless, individuals who participate in a medically-tailored weight loss program tend to have a higher likelihood of achieving substantial and enduring results compared to those who rely solely on diet and exercise for weight loss.