Botox & Xeomin
We all age, but our faces do not have to be roadmaps of the lives we’ve led. Botox and Xeomin are neurotoxins which can relax the muscles in your face to minimize wrinkles. These can also be used to therapeutically reduce TMJ pain, migraine headaches, and excessive sweating in the hands or underarms.
Dermal Filler Treatments
Hyaluronic Acid (HA)
Even if you are new to the world of professional dermal filler treatments, you have probably heard about HA fillers. They contain Hyaluronic Acid – an incredible compound that is present in many different parts of the human body. From the fluid formed around the eyes and that found in our joints to the skin tissues – this substance plays a huge role in maintaining the organism well-hydrated and youthful. It was first released as an alternative to collagen but today it is the leading skin filler option in the world and it has an FDA approval for a long list of applications.
The Hyaluronic Acid featured in anti-wrinkle fillers is not directly extracted from the human body. It has been derived through a process of biofermantation and because of that it is free of animal-based ingredients. At the same time, these advanced skin rejuvenation injectable gels are 100% biocompatible and biodegradable.
Out of all long-lasting fillers, those that contain HA deliver that most versatile anti-aging treatment. The size of their gel particles can be easily modified and tailored for their application on various zones of the face and even the body. That is why it has easily become a favorite to qualified cosmetic surgeons who have the freedom to rely on Hyaluronic Acid for anything from the correction of superficial smile lines to the improvement of facial contours. Depending on their gel texture and structure, these new-generation soft-tissue fillers are injected into one the three main layers of the dermis. Due to its unique properties, HA rejuvenates the skin in three ways since it has filling and moisturizing effects and the ability to retain collagen. Therefore, it serves multiple uses.
"The most amazing experience I've ever could have imagined. Dori takes the time to explain everything very thoroughly and is extremely knowledgeable and caring. I never thought I would be one of "those women" who get Botox. However, I'm sold on all of the ways my looks have improved, my youthfulness has returned and all non-surgically. The benefits of the hormone replacement outweigh every doubt I had by millions. I thought hot flashes were my only symptom, until I got pelleted. Wow! Fatigue, sex drive, and my ability to lose weight were all affected and I didn't even know it! I will keep coming back!"
- Katie Redding
Life can be hard on your body, and sometimes you need a nutritional boost. Whether it is chronic illness, a bout with the flu, or just a night of “too much fun,” nutritional IV therapy can minimize the impact on your body by providing much needed hydration and vitamin and mineral supplementation. Allow Dori to recommend a blend uniquely designed for your circumstances to help replenish you and return you to your active life.
Ask about our B12 Injections!
PRP: Facials & Hair Restoration
You’ve probably heard of platelet-rich plasma facials, also known as PRP facials. The basic process begins with a technician drawing whole blood and then using a centrifuge to separate out the red cells. The remaining platelet-rich plasma is what’s used in the facial process.
Simply put, a PRP facial uses your own blood’s platelets and plasma on your face. The natural chemicals in your own PRP are slathered onto your face and then micro-needled into the skin during a short procedure. Once the plasma is in, it begins to do its work of rejuvenating your entire face, tightening wrinkled areas, and smoothing the overall look. It’s able to do that because PRP’s essential chemical components stimulate collagen growth.
PRP (platelet-rich plasma) therapy for hair loss is a medical treatment in which a person’s blood is drawn, processed, and then injected into the scalp.