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Sclerotherapy is a medical procedure used to treat varicose and spider veins by injecting a solution directly into the vein. By irritating the lining of the blood vessel and causing it to collapse, this reroutes and blood through healthier veins improving appearance.
SculpSure is a non-invasive, laser body-contouring therapy designed to reduce stubborn fat resistant to diet and exercise. This aesthetic procedure helps you achieve a slimmer appearance with no surgery or downtime by targeting and destroying fat cells. Each 25-minute noninvasive procedure can decrease up to 24% of treated cells. Areas commonly treated include the abdomen, love handles, back, heights, and below the chin.
***Cost may vary as the number of treatments needed varies among patients. Providers will charge per treatment session.>
Sculptra® is a poly-L-lactic acid-based, derma filler that treats facial aging by gradually replacing lost collagen to create smooth, healthy looking skin. Differently than hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers, this formula stimulates the skin’s own natural collagen production to help restore the inner structure and increase facial volume over time. Sculptra can be used to treat deep folds in the temples, cheeks, and between the nose and mouth. Treatments typically consist of four injection sessions over a three-month period, with results lasting up to two years.
Stemcell Therapy for Hair Loss
Stemcell Therapy for Hair Loss is a minimally invasive surgical procedure to target the structural and functional unit of the hair causing loss to occur. By injecting stem cells, either from the patient or a donor, into the area, this method can encourage cellular growth to replace the lost hair.
Sublime skin tightening is a non-invasive, wrinkle reduction procedure providing an overall more youthful appearance with no downtime. Combining infrared laser light and bipolar radio-frequency energy, Sublime reverses the signs of aging by stimulating collagen production to tighten areas with mild skin laxity. Areas most often treated are the eyes/eyelids, brow lines, cheeks, jawline and neck.