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Volume enhancement:

   – Volume enhancement via Stem cell Activation using autologous growth factors (PRP) Read More

   – Volume enhancement using biocompatible commercial products Read More

  • Hyaluronic acid fillers (Juvederm, Restylane, Belotero)
  • Poly -L-lactic acid fillers (Sculptra)
  • Calcium Hydroxyapatite fillers (Radiesse)

Skin rejuvenation:

   – Skin rejuvenation via Stem cell Activation/surface improvement
using Micro-channeling of autologous growth factors (PRP)
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   – Skin rejuvenation repair/surface improvements using Microchanneling
of key nutrients & antioxidants
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Correction of overactive expression lines: Read More

  • Softening deep and superficial frown lines, squint lines (Botox)

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Nonsurgical facelift

  • Traditionally, the term “facelift” referred to a surgical procedure to correct sagging facial and neck tissues. More recently, with the rapidly advancing development of new rejuvenation modalities, facelift is most commonly used to refer to any procedure which addresses and improves facial aging.
  • Likewise, it has been increasingly obvious to specialists in facial rejuvenation that sagging is only a part of the aging process in the face and neck. In fact, in many individuals, sagging may be less important than volume loss, unsightly skin, and overactive facial expression lines.
  • The term “nonsurgical facelift” is now used to describe any number and combinations of procedures which address volume loss, unsightly skin, and overactive expression lines. Without the need for surgery, significant down time, significant pain, and the potential for significant complications, we can provide a very significant improvement in facial, neck, Décolletage, and hand appearance.
  • A nonsurgical facelift will commonly involve a combination of the best procedures available to improve the skin, procedures to improve facial volume, and attention to overactive expression lines.
  • It is now possible to obtain significant improvement using all natural products. This usually involves use of your own growth factors to stimulate your own stem cells.

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Volume enhancement using autologous growth factors = Nonsurgical volumizing facelift

  • This procedure utilizes the ability of growth factors taken from your own blood, which are injected back into your facial tissues, to stimulate existing stem cells to produce new collagen and other substances which improve facial appearance.
  • Typically, several sessions are necessary to provide the best results
  • Most often, this procedure is combined with microchanneling of growth factors into the skin which provides further aesthetic enhancement of the face by addressing aging skin and unsightly surface defects.

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Volume enhancement using biocompatible commercial products

  • Several products have proven to be quite useful and beneficial for facial volume deficiencies causing the appearance of significant facial aging.
  • The most popular products utilize hyaluronic acid (HA) gels which are typically quite safe and effective. These HA gels typically work best on defined folds and depressions. They are used most commonly in the folds around the mouth, in thinning lips, and in hollow areas under the eyes. Juvederm and Restylane are the most well-known of these fillers. One benefit of these products is the immediate improvement which is obtained. Results typically occur immediately and then resolve over the ensuing year.
  • Other biocompatible commercial products which provide volume improvement include the use of Calcium hydroxyapatite (Radiesse) and poly–L-lactic acid (Sculptra).
  • Radiesse is typically used similar to hyaluronic acid gels but is typically placed at a deeper level.
  • Sculptra is most commonly used for more widespread facial volumizing instead of treating specific folds and depressions. Unlike hyaluronic acid gels and Calcium hydroxyapatite products, results from Sculptra appear over time and tend to last longer.

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Skin rejuvenation using autologous growth factors = Nonsurgical skin rejuvenation

  • This procedure utilizes the ability of growth factors taken from your own blood, which are micro-channeled back into your facial skin and superficial subcutaneous areas, to stimulate existing stem cells to produce new collagen and other substances which improve facial skin appearance.
  • Typically, several sessions are necessary to provide the best results
  • Most often, this procedure is combined with injection of growth factors into the deeper facial tissues to provide further aesthetic enhancement of the face by addressing volume loss, which inevitably occurs as we age.

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Skin rejuvenation with microchanneling using micronutrients & antioxidants

  • These procedures provide essential micronutrients and antioxidants to the living layers of the skin using new microchanneling technology. This allows repair and improvement of skin color, tone, and texture.
  • Generally, multiple sessions are required for best results.
  • Often, these procedures are packaged with microchanneling of growth factors and with volumizing fillers to give the best nonsurgical facial rejuvenation results.

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Correction of overactive expression lines

  • The use of minute amounts of highly purified botulinum toxin to address overactive scowl lines, frown lines, squint lines, and smile lines has been performed successfully for nearly 20 years.
  • Botox, and other similar products, do not provide lifting, correction of facial volume loss, or improvement in his skin tone, color, and texture. However, when overactive expression lines are present, the aesthetic improvement can be quite significant.

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