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Aesthetics

Botulinum Toxin A

Botulinum Toxin A

Botulinum toxin A injectables like Botox and Xeomin are used to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by temporarily paralyzing treated muscles. Botulinum toxin A injections are also used in the treatment of migraine headaches, severe neck muscle spasms, muscle-related teeth grinding, and excessive sweat production, among others. A physician will perform a comprehensive examination and develop the most efficacious treatment strategy for your condition in order to reach your desired therapy goals.

Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers

Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers

Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a clear, viscous substance that is naturally produced by your body and is most prominently found in your skin and connective tissues. HA works to retain water, keeping your tissues well lubricated, moist, and supple.

HA-based dermal fillers are used to diminish the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and folds by providing volume to the treated area. They may also be used to provide lip and cheek volume, reduce the appearance of under-eye bags, and to replace age-related volume loss in the backs of your hands.

Sclerotherapy

Sclerotherapy

Sclerotherapy is used in the treatment of unsightly varicose and spider veins. Sclerotherapy is performed by injecting an irritant sclerosing agent, such as a salt solution, directly into the vein being treated. This leads to collapse of the vein and its fading from view.

Microneedling (Vampire Facial)

Microneedling (Vampire Facial)

Microneedling is performed by subjecting the face to microtrauma from multiple tiny, sterile needles used to puncture the skin. The trauma caused by microneedling causes a natural increase in the production of collagen and other chemical healing factors. Collagen is the main protein found in the dermis of your skin and helps to keep the skin looking youthful, with a firm, smooth, and stretchy composition and texture. There is a progressive decline of collagen of the skin associated with aging, contributing to skin thinning, wrinkles, and an aged appearance. Smoking, acne scarring, and other tissue injuries may also lead to a decrease in collagen.

The platelets in your blood plasma play a major role in the repair of damaged tissues. In response to tissue damage, platelets release chemical growth factors that promote healing, stimulate new cell growth, and accelerate the tissue repair process. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a concentrate of platelets and plasma made in-office from your own blood.

Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a clear, viscous substance that is naturally produced by your body and is most prominently found in your skin and connective tissues. HA works to retain water, keeping your tissues well lubricated, moist, and supple.

The combination of microneedling, PRP, and HA, leads to a super charging of collagen production. Microneedling can be performed on its own, with PRP, with HA, and even with a supplementary in-office IV infusion of B and/or C vitamins, which are important nutrients in collagen formation. A physician will perform a comprehensive examination and develop the most efficacious treatment strategy for your condition in order to reach your desired therapy goals.

Other Aesthetic Treatments

In addition to injectables, fillers, and microneedling, our nursing staff can perform other aesthetic treatments as well, such as medical grade chemical peels and microdermabrasion. We will also be adding additional treatment options based upon client feedback and desire. Please let us know if you are interested in a service that we may not currently offer.

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