We provide a number of injectable services including: Neurotoxins such as BOTOX® & Dysport®. Dermal Fillers such as Juvéderm®, Radiesse®, Restylane® & Sculptra®. We also offer KYBELLA®, Nerve Blocks, Non-surgical Rhinoplasty & PRP Hair Restoration.
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Dermal fillers are injectable substances used to restore or enhance facial volume and smooth out wrinkles or folds in the skin. They can address signs of aging, such as sagging or hollow areas, by plumping and lifting the skin. Commonly composed of hyaluronic acid, collagen, or other biocompatible materials, fillers can also augment facial features like lips and cheeks.
The effects are typically temporary, lasting several months to a couple of years, depending on the type and application. While generally safe when administered by trained professionals, potential side effects include swelling, bruising, and the rare risk of complications.
Neurotoxins, both naturally occurring and synthetically produced, have varied applications. In the realm of cosmetics, botulinum toxin A has revolutionized the approach to anti-aging treatments. When expertly injected, these neurotoxins block nerve signals to specific muscles, preventing them from contracting. This results in a relaxation of the overlying skin and a reduction in the appearance of wrinkles.
While primarily used for aesthetic purposes, neurotoxins are also used therapeutically to treat conditions like chronic migraines, excessive sweating, and muscle spasticity. It’s crucial for users to seek treatments from trained professionals, as incorrect application can result in undesired facial expressions or complications.
The allure of non-surgical rhinoplasty lies in its ability to make significant changes without the downtime or risks associated with surgical procedures. By strategically injecting fillers, practitioners can camouflage a dorsal hump, refine the nasal tip, or fill depressions. Results are immediate, but it’s worth noting that they are temporary and can be reversed if desired.
This procedure also offers a way for individuals to “test” changes before committing to permanent surgical alteration. However, like all medical treatments, there are risks involved, and it’s essential to consult with a seasoned expert to ensure safety and achieve the desired outcome.
Derived from deoxycholic acid, a naturally occurring molecule in the body that aids in the breakdown and absorption of dietary fat, KYBELLA has become a revolutionary treatment for submental fullness. Once injected, it destroys fat cells, ensuring they no longer store or accumulate fat.
Multiple sessions are usually required for optimal results, with improvements noticeable in weeks. While KYBELLA provides a non-surgical option for chin contouring, potential side effects like swelling, pain, or numbness can occur. However, when administered by a trained clinician, these risks are minimized.
Nerve blocks are a vital tool in pain treatment and management, particularly as an adjunct to procedures like medical micropigmentation. For many, undergoing procedures such as permanent full lips becomes significantly more comfortable with the application of a dental nerve block.
The essence of a nerve block lies in targeting specific groups of nerves, known as a plexus or ganglion, that transmit pain to distinct regions of the body. By injecting a nerve-numbing agent into these specific areas, the transmission of pain signals is interrupted, providing relief or making certain medical procedures more bearable. The versatility of nerve blocks allows them to address pain originating from various parts of the body.
The science behind PRP hair restoration is rooted in the body’s natural healing mechanisms. Platelets, essential for clotting, also release growth factors that stimulate tissue regeneration. When reintroduced into the scalp, platelet rich plasma (PRP) is thought to invigorate dormant hair follicles, leading to increased hair density and thickness.
While several sessions are typically required to see results, many patients report a decrease in hair loss and improved hair quality. Since PRP is derived from the patient’s blood, there’s a reduced risk of allergic reactions. However, as with any procedure, it’s crucial to consult with a reputable specialist to ensure suitability and safety.
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