While you can't stop the aging process from affecting your skin, you can slow it down. We offer a variety of skin care procedures that will take little time leave your skin healthy and wrinkle-free. From chemical peels to Botox, it's never been easier to get beautiful skin.
This procedure involves using a roller covered with over 100 tiny acupuncture needles to penetrate the tough outer layer of your skin and create channels that allow the passage and absorption of skin care products. The roller stimulates and promotes blood flow while gently exfoliating and massaging your skin and promoting the regrowth of collagen.
Chemical peels are one of the least invasive methods you can use to get smoother, younger-looking skin. This procedure can improve acen scarring, age spots, wrinkles, freckles, scarring, and even skin damaged by the sun. Chemicals peels vary in strength (and thus, achieved results) from light peels to deep peels. Discuss your skin and desired results with your doctor before deciding on a level.
Used to help lessen the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, Microcurrent treatments helps tone and firm your skin by "reprogramming" muscle fibers. Light electrical stimulation is used to help trigger chemical enhancement in your skin. Depending on your age group, there are different treatment regimens, but all who use Microcurrent will, on average, see an aging reduction from 5-7 years.
Botox requires no surgery and no recovery time. The procedure involves injections in the forehead and eyebrow areas to reduce the appearance of moderate to severe wrinkles and lines. Results can last up to 4 months and will be noticeable within 2-4 days of treatment.
This procedure involves a simple gel filler that is used to help smooth away wrinkles around the mouth and nose. With just one injection, you'll see natural-looking results that will last up to an entire year. These injections involve little pain, thanks to the lidocaine that is infused into the gel.
Vampire Face Procedure:
The platelet-rich plasma offers a way of both restoring shape, and improving tone and texture, as well as literally rejuvenating new and younger tissue. The physician isolates growth factors from the patient's blood. When these growth factors enter the face, multipotent stem cells become activated to grow new tissue which includes new collagen, new fatty tissue (for smoothness), and new blood vessels (for a healthy glow).
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatments are used to reduce the brown and red pigments that can make the skin blotchy. The deep laser flash penetrates deeply into the skin to improve the overall tone and appearance. IPL laser treatments serve a variety of purposes, including hair removal, skin rejuvenation, and vein removal.
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When you learn about our experienced team and your options to fight aging and deterioration, you'll see why we're preferred throughout the state.
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Facial fillers are sub-dermal treatments that eliminate wrinkles without the use of surgery. You'll get treated only with trusted brand names like Restylane and Juvéderm.
Take years off your appearance by trying any of these temporary fillers that can easily diminish the appearance of laugh lines or even plump your lips to create a more youthful appearance. The benefits of these Hyaluronic Acid-based treatments is that they carry no risk of patient allergic reaction. Facial fillers are not for those who have recurrent herpes, active herpes, insulin-dependent diabetes, pregnancy and those who are on anticoagulants.
Hyaluranic acid-based soft tissue fillers have been used in over 900,000 procedures
Patiends are typically between the ages of 35 and 40
100,000 of facial filler treatments used autologous fat transfer soft tissue operations
Collagen and hyaluronic acid procedure make up 14% of all plastic surgery in the United States in 2004