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All About Neuromodulators

Neuromodulators are a variety of wrinkle-relaxing, reducing, and preventing injections of botulinum toxin commercially known as Dysport, or Nuceiva, and more. Common areas neuromodulators are used to treat are foreheads, frown lines, and crow’s feet wrinkles. The neuromodulator is injected directly into the underlying muscle causing it to relax which then gradually tightens the appearance of the overlying skin to prevent or smooth any appearance of wrinkles.

Common Treatments Include:

  • Crow’s feet lines
  • Lip lines
  • Chin pucker texture
  • Chronic migraines*
  • Jaw slimming
  • Lip flip to give a pouty upper lip
  • Neck and décolletage lines
  • Furrow lines
  • Neck bands
  • Gummy smile
  • Eye twitch (Blepharospasm)
  • Nose slimming
  • “Apple dumpling” chin
  • Frown lines
  • Bunny lines
  • Hyperhidrosis armpits/hands/soles of feet (excessive sweating)
  • Nostril flaring
  • Lateral brow lift
  • Vertical neck bands


Typically dysport/nuceiva take anywhere from 2 to 14 days to begin noticing the effect. Results typically last 3 to 6 months depending on the individual’s metabolism. You can follow up with future treatments at your own pace.

There’s minimal or no downtime associated with a neuromodulator treatment. There is a small chance of mild and local bruising which varies by each individual’s own healing rate. It is normal to have a general “tight” feeling after the treatment without actual pain. We recommend pre- and post-treatment homeopathic arnica to reduce the risk of bruising. Refrain from the use of Aspirin, anti-inflammatories, fish oils, alcohol, and other blood-thinning agents to reduce the risk of bruising at least 48 hours before treatment. Mineral makeup can be applied to cover the areas after treatment if needed.

All About Dermal Fillers

Whether you’re looking to add volume to your lips, cheeks, or jawline, we have a filler treatment that can help.

Dermal fillers are made up of hyaluronic acid (HA) a sugar protein our body naturally makes. Each HA molecule holds 1000x water weight which gives hydration and a plumping capacity effect to the facial skin. Our natural hyaluronic acid starts to deplete after the age of 25. Injecting hyaluronic acid into the face restores lost facial volume and provides an aesthetically attractive facial contour. 

  • Wrinkles
  • Lateral and medial cheeks
  • Marionette lines
  • Temples
  • Non-surgical rhinoplasty
  • Nasolabial folds (smile lines)
  • Under eyes and tear troughs
  • Jaw and angle of mandible
  • Lip filler


You will notice immediate volume after the treatment. It takes about 2 weeks to notice the full effect. The results of dermal fillers are long-lasting. Several factors can affect how long they last. The results will last for six months to a year in most cases and sometimes up to 2 years depending on the area of treatment and type of filler used. The skin can lose volume over time making the filler look less prominent. Additionally, lifestyle choices such as smoking and exposure to sunlight can cause the filler to break down quicker and lose volume. As a result, it is essential to follow all post- treatment instructions and avoid activities that may shorten the time of effectiveness of the filler.

There is no downtime related to a filler appointment. If you are experiencing pain that is not particular to general bruising and soreness, please contact our team for immediate assistance.

All About PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma)

Platelet-rich plasma is known as the “liquid gold” in terms of healing power. Our blood is composed of plasma, white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets. Platelet rich plasma is a small component of our blood that is rich in growth factors.

Platelets in the bloodstream are components that allow the blood to clot from a wound. After the clot has developed, enzymes within these platelets are released. Stem cells are drawn into the area which facilitate tissue regeneration and repair damage to the area. In medical aesthetics, we use PRP for facial skin and for hair regrowth.


Our trained medical team draws a small amount of blood from the arm, similar to blood work at a lab. The blood is then spun in our elite centrifuge machine which separates the blood to retrieve the “liquid gold” that is rich in platelets and growth factors. The PRP “liquid gold” can then be injected into the scalp to boost hair growth or to the face to prevent wrinkles, smoothen skin, or reduce acne scarring and pigmentation issues. PRP has incredible healing powers and used all over the body primarily for pain.

Our team offers face or hair regrowth treatments providing:

  • Fewer fine lines and wrinkles
  • Smoother, tighter skin
  • More even skin tone and texture
  • Increased collagen production
  • Fading of acne scars or dark age spots
  • Reduction in sun damage
  • Firming of sagging, loosened skin
  • Lessening of sun damage
  • Even skin tone/complexion
  • Lessening of hollowness & loss of volume
  • Stimulated hair growth in areas of thinning or balding

A growing number of patients receive PRP treatments at a younger age to maintain their skin’s youthful appearance for prevention of wrinkles and sun damage. For maximum results, it is recommended to have 3 treatments 1 month apart. This ensures the skin has enough time to heal between treatments while allowing enough PRP to get absorbed by the skin for more effectiveness of results

The results of PRP therapy can last anywhere from six months to one year once the treatments are completed by the trained medical professional. The length of time your results will last depends on several factors including health, age, and daily skincare. To maintain your outcome, practice proper skincare and wear sunscreen when exposed to the sun. Once PRP results have completely diminished you can return to have your PRP treatment repeated. Many patients seek maintenance PRP sessions one to two times per year to keep their results ongoing.

PRP treatment is considered to be a low-risk procedure with very few side effects. Most patients do not experience any adverse effects from their PRP treatment. Rare complications include bleeding at the injection site, tissue damage, infection, or nerve injuries.

Pain tolerance varies from client to client. PRP is not a highly painful procedure. The PRP process involves both a blood draw from the arm followed by injecting into the face and/or scalp. It may be uncomfortable for patients who have difficulty with needles. Your provider can apply a topical numbing agent to the skin prior to administering PRP injections to help you stay comfortable.

PRP is a non-invasive treatment. There is no surgery involved and downtime is minimal. The innovative treatment produces reliable and natural results. The treatment can produce good results as a stand-alone treatment or in combination with other hair loss treatments. It is important clients understand results can be slow and gradual. Generally the onset of results will begin after the first two or three months and most noticeable around the six-month mark.

Who is a Candidate for PRP hair restoration? Hair loss can occur in all genders. The best candidates for a PRP treatment are those with slight to moderate hair loss. Book a complimentary consultation with our medical team to find out if PRP is a good treatment for your hair loss.

How does PRP regrow hair? Hair follicles survive on nutrition from blood supply to the scalp. When PRP is administered to the area of damaged hair follicles it boosts the body’s natural wound healing and blood supply. PRP works by stimulating inactive hair follicles into an active growth phase. Platelets contain specific growth factors that when “activated” promote tissue regeneration and healing. These same growth factors may help hair grow or slow hair loss.

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