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Botox

Botox

Botox

Botox Ingredients
Botox has its origin from the organism Clostridium botulinum. This bacteria creates a neurotoxin that at high levels can cause death.  It works by paralyzing muscles by blocking the mechanism for muscle contraction.  As a medication, it is called a neuromodulator.

How Does Botox Work?
Neuromodulators block signals from the nerves to the muscles, preventing the muscle from contracting.  It causes a reduction in abnormal muscle contraction allowing the muscles to become less stiff.  It is used to treat wrinkles and facial lines by temporarily relaxing the facial muscles that cause these lines and wrinkles in the first place.  It can also be used for many medical conditions, the most common is for headaches.

How Safe Is Botox To Use In Humans?
Well, only the dose makes it poisonous. Botulinum toxin can be injected into humans in extremely small concentrations and be very safe.

Botox is administered by diluting the powder in saline and injecting it directly into muscle tissue. It takes 24-72 hours for it to take effect, which reflects the time needed for botox to start blocking the muscle action to contract. In very rare circumstances, it may take as long as 5 days for the full effect to be observed.

Is Botox The Only Neuromodulator?
The most common neuromodulator is called Botox.  However, there are others on the market like Dysport and Xeomin.

What Are Botox Side Effects?
The only real negative side effects patients tend to experience are minor bruising or swelling. These side effects are rare and mostly from the very small needle being injected into the skin. This can easily be covered up using makeup.

Botox Ingredients
Botox has its origin from the organism Clostridium botulinum. This bacteria creates a neurotoxin that at high levels can cause death.  It works by paralyzing muscles by blocking the mechanism for muscle contraction.  As a medication, it is called a neuromodulator.

How Does Botox Work?
Neuromodulators block signals from the nerves to the muscles, preventing the muscle from contracting.  It causes a reduction in abnormal muscle contraction allowing the muscles to become less stiff.  It is used to treat wrinkles and facial lines by temporarily relaxing the facial muscles that cause these lines and wrinkles in the first place.  It can also be used for many medical conditions, the most common is for headaches.

How Safe Is Botox To Use In Humans?
Well, only the dose makes it poisonous. Botulinum toxin can be injected into humans in extremely small concentrations and be very safe.

Botox is administered by diluting the powder in saline and injecting it directly into muscle tissue. It takes 24-72 hours for it to take effect, which reflects the time needed for botox to start blocking the muscle action to contract. In very rare circumstances, it may take as long as 5 days for the full effect to be observed.

Is Botox The Only Neuromodulator?
The most common neuromodulator is called Botox.  However, there are others on the market like Dysport and Xeomin.

What Are Botox Side Effects?
The only real negative side effects patients tend to experience are minor bruising or swelling. These side effects are rare and mostly from the very small needle being injected into the skin. This can easily be covered up using makeup.

Botox Ingredients
Botox has its origin from the organism Clostridium botulinum. This bacteria creates a neurotoxin that at high levels can cause death.  It works by paralyzing muscles by blocking the mechanism for muscle contraction.  As a medication, it is called a neuromodulator.

How Does Botox Work?
Neuromodulators block signals from the nerves to the muscles, preventing the muscle from contracting.  It causes a reduction in abnormal muscle contraction allowing the muscles to become less stiff.  It is used to treat wrinkles and facial lines by temporarily relaxing the facial muscles that cause these lines and wrinkles in the first place.  It can also be used for many medical conditions, the most common is for headaches.

How Safe Is Botox To Use In Humans?
Well, only the dose makes it poisonous. Botulinum toxin can be injected into humans in extremely small concentrations and be very safe.

Botox is administered by diluting the powder in saline and injecting it directly into muscle tissue. It takes 24-72 hours for it to take effect, which reflects the time needed for botox to start blocking the muscle action to contract. In very rare circumstances, it may take as long as 5 days for the full effect to be observed.

Is Botox The Only Neuromodulator?
The most common neuromodulator is called Botox.  However, there are others on the market like Dysport and Xeomin.

What Are Botox Side Effects?
The only real negative side effects patients tend to experience are minor bruising or swelling. These side effects are rare and mostly from the very small needle being injected into the skin. This can easily be covered up using makeup.

Where Is Most Common Places For Botox Placement:

Forehead Wrinkles
There are two types of forehead wrinkles: the little vertical lines between the eyebrows called the 11-sign wrinkles (and also called the glabella area) that are caused by frowning or furrowing the brow, and the horizontal lines across the forehead that appear when you raise your eyebrows.  Botox  can relax the muscles that cause these forehead lines.

Crow’s Feet
Crow’s feet are caused by years of laughing, squinting and smiling and are often the first wrinkles to appear on the face.  They are caused by the contraction of a circular muscle around the eye area called the orbicularis oculi.  Botox injected into this area weakens the orbicularis muscle, smoothing lines and wrinkles.

Brow Lift
As opposed to a surgical brow lift which can leave a patient looking perpetually surprised or as if they had just seen a ghost, Botox can give a subtle lift to droopy brows and even add an attractive arch.

Frown Lines
How do you turn that frown upside down?  With Botox of course!  Gravity and genetics can cause the corners of the mouth to turn downwards, leading to a permanent frown and a grumpy appearance. Botox can relax the muscles that pull down the corners of the mouth which gives a slight lifting effect and a much more approachable look.

Marionette Lines
In some people, frown lines can stretch beyond the mouth and form deep grooves on either side of the chin, running straight downwards from the corners of the mouth.  These are called marionette lines because they resemble the mouth lines on a puppet.  They are caused by a loss of facial volume and creases caused by the repeated contraction of the depressor anguli oris muscle.  Botox can relax this muscle, reducing the downward pull, while facial fillers can replace lost volume and fill in deep creases.

What Is The Cost For Botox?
Cost is highly dependent upon the amount of units needed to provide the best outcome. So prospective patients will have a better idea of the total price once they schedule a consultation. Once a treatment is mapped out, it will be much easier to calculate the cost. Keep in mind that financial options do exist that provide more financially-feasible payment methods. Our practice also accepts all major credit cards. To see a demonstration of Botox being injected.

Where Is Most Common Places For Botox Placement:

Forehead Wrinkles
There are two types of forehead wrinkles: the little vertical lines between the eyebrows called the 11-sign wrinkles (and also called the glabella area) that are caused by frowning or furrowing the brow, and the horizontal lines across the forehead that appear when you raise your eyebrows.  Botox  can relax the muscles that cause these forehead lines.

Crow’s Feet
Crow’s feet are caused by years of laughing, squinting and smiling and are often the first wrinkles to appear on the face.  They are caused by the contraction of a circular muscle around the eye area called the orbicularis oculi.  Botox injected into this area weakens the orbicularis muscle, smoothing lines and wrinkles.

Brow Lift
As opposed to a surgical brow lift which can leave a patient looking perpetually surprised or as if they had just seen a ghost, Botox can give a subtle lift to droopy brows and even add an attractive arch.

Frown Lines
How do you turn that frown upside down?  With Botox of course!  Gravity and genetics can cause the corners of the mouth to turn downwards, leading to a permanent frown and a grumpy appearance. Botox can relax the muscles that pull down the corners of the mouth which gives a slight lifting effect and a much more approachable look.

Marionette Lines
In some people, frown lines can stretch beyond the mouth and form deep grooves on either side of the chin, running straight downwards from the corners of the mouth.  These are called marionette lines because they resemble the mouth lines on a puppet.  They are caused by a loss of facial volume and creases caused by the repeated contraction of the depressor anguli oris muscle.  Botox can relax this muscle, reducing the downward pull, while facial fillers can replace lost volume and fill in deep creases.

What Is The Cost For Botox?
Cost is highly dependent upon the amount of units needed to provide the best outcome. So prospective patients will have a better idea of the total price once they schedule a consultation. Once a treatment is mapped out, it will be much easier to calculate the cost. Keep in mind that financial options do exist that provide more financially-feasible payment methods. Our practice also accepts all major credit cards. To see a demonstration of Botox being injected.

Where Is Most Common Places For Botox Placement:

Forehead Wrinkles
There are two types of forehead wrinkles: the little vertical lines between the eyebrows called the 11-sign wrinkles (and also called the glabella area) that are caused by frowning or furrowing the brow, and the horizontal lines across the forehead that appear when you raise your eyebrows.  Botox  can relax the muscles that cause these forehead lines.

Crow’s Feet
Crow’s feet are caused by years of laughing, squinting and smiling and are often the first wrinkles to appear on the face.  They are caused by the contraction of a circular muscle around the eye area called the orbicularis oculi.  Botox injected into this area weakens the orbicularis muscle, smoothing lines and wrinkles.

Brow Lift
As opposed to a surgical brow lift which can leave a patient looking perpetually surprised or as if they had just seen a ghost, Botox can give a subtle lift to droopy brows and even add an attractive arch.

Frown Lines
How do you turn that frown upside down?  With Botox of course!  Gravity and genetics can cause the corners of the mouth to turn downwards, leading to a permanent frown and a grumpy appearance. Botox can relax the muscles that pull down the corners of the mouth which gives a slight lifting effect and a much more approachable look.

Marionette Lines
In some people, frown lines can stretch beyond the mouth and form deep grooves on either side of the chin, running straight downwards from the corners of the mouth.  These are called marionette lines because they resemble the mouth lines on a puppet.  They are caused by a loss of facial volume and creases caused by the repeated contraction of the depressor anguli oris muscle.  Botox can relax this muscle, reducing the downward pull, while facial fillers can replace lost volume and fill in deep creases.

What Is The Cost For Botox?
Cost is highly dependent upon the amount of units needed to provide the best outcome. So prospective patients will have a better idea of the total price once they schedule a consultation. Once a treatment is mapped out, it will be much easier to calculate the cost. Keep in mind that financial options do exist that provide more financially-feasible payment methods. Our practice also accepts all major credit cards. To see a demonstration of Botox being injected.

How much Botox will I need?

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Forehead Lines

10-30 Units

Eyebrow Lift:

2-5 Units

Crow's Feet (per side):

5-15 Units

Frown or Glabellar Lines:

10-25 Units

Bunny or Nasalis Lines:

5-10 Units

Dimpled Chin:

2-6 Units

Smile Lift (Corners of the mouth):

3-6 Units

How much Botox will I need?

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Forehead Lines

10-30 Units

Eyebrow Lift:

2-5 Units

Crow's Feet (per side):

5-15 Units

Frown or Glabellar Lines:

10-25 Units

Bunny or Nasalis Lines:

5-10 Units

Dimpled Chin:

2-6 Units

Smile Lift (Corners of the mouth):

3-6 Units

How much Botox will I need?

Image

Forehead Lines

10-30 Units

Eyebrow Lift:

2-5 Units

Crow's Feet (per side):

5-15 Units

Frown or Glabellar Lines:

10-25 Units

Bunny or Nasalis Lines:

5-10 Units

Dimpled Chin:

2-6 Units

Smile Lift (Corners of the mouth):

3-6 Units

Microneedling with PRP and HLA

Microneedling with PRP and HLA

Microneedling with PRP and HLA

This gives you better skin texture, reduced pore size, diminished fine lines and age spots, and decreased stretch marks. Downtime is minimal, and it is safe for all skin tones and parts of the body.
Microneedling involves using a mechanized device called a micropen to make thousands of minuscule needle punctures in the outermost layers of the skin after the skin has been numbed with numbing cream. The micropen stimulates your body to make more collagen in the areas where it needs it the most. Microneedling can be combined with a liquid treatment on the skin surface– such as growth or platelet rich plasma (PRP)– to further improve skin quality, evenness, and texture. This is highly effective because the skin absorbs more of these growth factors as a result of microneedling treatment. The so-called “vampire facelift” (shown on Bar Rafaeli and Kim Kardashian, below- Images credit themselves) is an example of this combination.
This gives you better skin texture, reduced pore size, diminished fine lines and age spots, and decreased stretch marks. Downtime is minimal, and it is safe for all skin tones and parts of the body.
Microneedling involves using a mechanized device called a micropen to make thousands of minuscule needle punctures in the outermost layers of the skin after the skin has been numbed with numbing cream. The micropen stimulates your body to make more collagen in the areas where it needs it the most.   Microneedling can be combined with a liquid treatment on the skin surface– such as growth or platelet rich plasma (PRP)– to further improve skin quality, evenness, and texture. This is highly effective because the skin absorbs more of these growth factors as a result of microneedling treatment. The so-called “vampire facelift” (shown on Bar Rafaeli and Kim Kardashian, below- Images credit themselves) is an example of this combination.
This gives you better skin texture, reduced pore size, diminished fine lines and age spots, and decreased stretch marks. Downtime is minimal, and it is safe for all skin tones and parts of the body.
Microneedling involves using a mechanized device called a micropen to make thousands of minuscule needle punctures in the outermost layers of the skin after the skin has been numbed with numbing cream. The micropen stimulates your body to make more collagen in the areas where it needs it the most.   Microneedling can be combined with a liquid treatment on the skin surface– such as growth or platelet rich plasma (PRP)– to further improve skin quality, evenness, and texture. This is highly effective because the skin absorbs more of these growth factors as a result of microneedling treatment. The so-called “vampire facelift” (shown on Bar Rafaeli and Kim Kardashian, below- Images credit themselves) is an example of this combination.

Chemical Peel

Chemical Peel

Chemical Peel

Whether you receive a chemical peel to diminish signs of aging or treat a skin condition, you can see: fewer lines and wrinkles, more even skin color, brighter complexion, smoother skin. We offer different types of chemical peels based on the reason for the peel.  Typical reasons include: acne, age spots, uneven skin tone, dull complexion, fine lines especially under the eyes and around the mouth, freckles, and melasma.

Whether you receive a chemical peel to diminish signs of aging or treat a skin condition, you can see: fewer lines and wrinkles, more even skin color, brighter complexion, smoother skin. We offer different types of chemical peels based on the reason for the peel.  Typical reasons include: acne, age spots, uneven skin tone, dull complexion, fine lines especially under the eyes and around the mouth, freckles, and melasma.

Whether you receive a chemical peel to diminish signs of aging or treat a skin condition, you can see: fewer lines and wrinkles, more even skin color, brighter complexion, smoother skin. We offer different types of chemical peels based on the reason for the peel.  Typical reasons include: acne, age spots, uneven skin tone, dull complexion, fine lines especially under the eyes and around the mouth, freckles, and melasma.

Dermalinfusion Facial

Dermalinfusion Facial

Dermalinfusion Facial

Dermalinfusion is an advanced skin-resurfacing treatment that combines exfoliation, extraction, and infusion of condition-specific serums to improve skin health, function and appearance.

Dermalinfusion is an advanced skin-resurfacing treatment that combines exfoliation, extraction, and infusion of condition-specific serums to improve skin health, function and appearance.

Dermalinfusion is an advanced skin-resurfacing treatment that combines exfoliation, extraction, and infusion of condition-specific serums to improve skin health, function and appearance.

Filler

Filler

Filler

Dermal fillers are used to “fill” in the skin that has lost volume. The ingredient hyaluronic acid is natural substance found in humans.

New Life Health and Wellness carries the following fillers:

  • Juvéderm®
  • Voluma®
  • Volbella®
  • Vollure™

The most common areas fillers are used includes:

  • Nasal labial folds — the lines from the corners of your nose to the corners of your mouth
  • Marionette lines — lines from the corners of your mouth that run toward your chin
  • Lips
  • Facial wrinkles
  • Vertical lip lines
  • Corners of the mouth
  • Tear troughs (hollowing out under the eyes).

Dermal fillers are used to “fill” in the skin that has lost volume. The ingredient hyaluronic acid is natural substance found in humans.

New Life Health and Wellness carries the following fillers:

  • Juvéderm®
  • Voluma®
  • Volbella®
  • Vollure™

The most common areas fillers are used includes:

  • Nasal labial folds — the lines from the corners of your nose to the corners of your mouth
  • Marionette lines — lines from the corners of your mouth that run toward your chin
  • Lips
  • Facial wrinkles
  • Vertical lip lines
  • Corners of the mouth
  • Tear troughs (hollowing out under the eyes).

Dermal fillers are used to “fill” in the skin that has lost volume. The ingredient hyaluronic acid is natural substance found in humans.

New Life Health and Wellness carries the following fillers:

  • Juvéderm®
  • Voluma®
  • Volbella®
  • Vollure™

The most common areas fillers are used includes:

  • Nasal labial folds — the lines from the corners of your nose to the corners of your mouth
  • Marionette lines — lines from the corners of your mouth that run toward your chin
  • Lips
  • Facial wrinkles
  • Vertical lip lines
  • Corners of the mouth
  • Tear troughs (hollowing out under the eyes).

Laser Age Spot Removal

Laser Age Spot Removal

Laser Age Spot Removal

If you have some sort of skin discoloration, you’re not alone. In fact, facial brown spots and discoloration are the top reasons for cosmetic visits.

Pigmented lesions are a result of pigmentation which is the color in your skin produced by melanin, a natural pigment that also determines eye and hair color. However, if too much melanin is produced in one area, the result is a brown patch on your skin. Too much melanin can result from:

  • Sun exposure
  • Aging
  • Heredity or congenital factors
  • Age Spots or “Liver” Spots:  Smaller darkened patches usually on older adults who have been exposed to the sun for many years. These spots can be seen on the face, forearms and backs of hands.
  • Post-inflammatory Hyper-Pigmentation: This type of hyper-pigmentation results from any inflammatory injury or trauma to the skin. For example, acne often leaves dark discoloration after a blemish heals. Rashes like psoriasis and eczema often darken the skin as well.

If you have some sort of skin discoloration, you’re not alone. In fact, facial brown spots and discoloration are the top reasons for cosmetic visits.

Pigmented lesions are a result of pigmentation which is the color in your skin produced by melanin, a natural pigment that also determines eye and hair color. However, if too much melanin is produced in one area, the result is a brown patch on your skin. Too much melanin can result from:

  • Sun exposure
  • Aging
  • Heredity or congenital factors
  • Age Spots or “Liver” Spots:  Smaller darkened patches usually on older adults who have been exposed to the sun for many years. These spots can be seen on the face, forearms and backs of hands.
  • Post-inflammatory Hyper-Pigmentation: This type of hyper-pigmentation results from any inflammatory injury or trauma to the skin. For example, acne often leaves dark discoloration after a blemish heals. Rashes like psoriasis and eczema often darken the skin as well.

If you have some sort of skin discoloration, you’re not alone. In fact, facial brown spots and discoloration are the top reasons for cosmetic visits.

Pigmented lesions are a result of pigmentation which is the color in your skin produced by melanin, a natural pigment that also determines eye and hair color. However, if too much melanin is produced in one area, the result is a brown patch on your skin. Too much melanin can result from:

  • Sun exposure
  • Aging
  • Heredity or congenital factors
  • Age Spots or “Liver” Spots:  Smaller darkened patches usually on older adults who have been exposed to the sun for many years. These spots can be seen on the face, forearms and backs of hands.
  • Post-inflammatory Hyper-Pigmentation: This type of hyper-pigmentation results from any inflammatory injury or trauma to the skin. For example, acne often leaves dark discoloration after a blemish heals. Rashes like psoriasis and eczema often darken the skin as well.

Before & After

Service Single Treatment Package Treatments Package Total
10 spots (1-10) $100.00 3 $250.00
20 spots (11-20) $200.00 3 $500.00
30 spots (21-30) $300.00 3 $700.00

Our lasers deliver precise amounts of energy to effectively treat unwanted pigment and improve sun-damaged skin. The laser handpiece is placed over the skin where the brown spot or other pigmentation sits and a bright flash of light is released. This light is absorbed by the pigment in sunspots and the blood in visible vessels, and converted to heat. The heat damages the cells that created the pigment and shrinks the vessels.

Treatments are very well tolerated. Many clients describe the treatment as a ‘warm sensation’ or the snap of a rubber band.

The procedure typically takes less than 20 minutes to perform depending on the size of the area or number of pigmented lesions being treated.

Often you will see great results after the first treatment session but 2-3 sessions may be required for optimal outcomes.

You will need to avoid the sun, tanning beds and self-tanning creams and lotions prior to treatment. There may be some medications that you will need to avoid and your physician will cover these during your consultation.

Some patients experience a mild sunburn sensation for a short time after the procedure. We may apply some ice immediately following your treatment to help minimize this.

The pigmented lesions will darken over the next few days. The area will look a bit “dirty” or dark for about a week. Over this time, the treated skin will slough off, revealing fresh new skin.

Typically, you can resume regular daily activities immediately following treatment. Makeup can be applied to the treated area immediately, if necessary.

It is extremely important to apply a moisturizer with SPF30 sun block and avoid sun exposure on a daily basis to prevent additional sun damage.

Our laser specialists can give you a consultation and talk with you about your skin type to confirm if you would be a good candidate for this treatment.

Laser pigment clearance can be performed on the face and chest, as well as on the hands, arms and legs.

This will often depend on the pigmented lesion you have. For some brown spots, only a single treatment is needed, for others, a series of treatments may be recommended. Often you will see improvements within a couple weeks, with further improvements in subsequent treatments until you have achieved the overall improvement you desire.

Laser Hair Removal

Laser Hair Removal

Laser Hair Removal

Unwanted hair is a common problem, for both men and women. Frequent hair removal chores including shaving, depilatories, plucking, and waxing are time-consuming, inconvenient and often painful. According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, laser hair removal is the 3rd most performed non-surgical cosmetic treatment in the US.

During the procedure, a laser device emits light energy that travels through the skin and is absorbed by the pigment in the hair follicle and hair shaft. Pigments are the substances that give skin and hair its color (also known as melanin). The energy absorbed damages the pigmented hair follicle, which impairs its ability to grow. Hair follicles that are in the anagen, or active growth phase, have more pigment and absorb more energy, and typically respond the best to treatments. For this reason, it typically takes multiple treatments to achieve the best results – it’s important to “catch” your hair in this active growth phase when you are receiving treatments.

Unwanted hair is a common problem, for both men and women. Frequent hair removal chores including shaving, depilatories, plucking, and waxing are time-consuming, inconvenient and often painful. According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, laser hair removal is the 3rd most performed non-surgical cosmetic treatment in the US.

During the procedure, a laser device emits light energy that travels through the skin and is absorbed by the pigment in the hair follicle and hair shaft. Pigments are the substances that give skin and hair its color (also known as melanin). The energy absorbed damages the pigmented hair follicle, which impairs its ability to grow. Hair follicles that are in the anagen, or active growth phase, have more pigment and absorb more energy, and typically respond the best to treatments. For this reason, it typically takes multiple treatments to achieve the best results – it’s important to “catch” your hair in this active growth phase when you are receiving treatments.

Unwanted hair is a common problem, for both men and women. Frequent hair removal chores including shaving, depilatories, plucking, and waxing are time-consuming, inconvenient and often painful. According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, laser hair removal is the 3rd most performed non-surgical cosmetic treatment in the US.

During the procedure, a laser device emits light energy that travels through the skin and is absorbed by the pigment in the hair follicle and hair shaft. Pigments are the substances that give skin and hair its color (also known as melanin). The energy absorbed damages the pigmented hair follicle, which impairs its ability to grow. Hair follicles that are in the anagen, or active growth phase, have more pigment and absorb more energy, and typically respond the best to treatments. For this reason, it typically takes multiple treatments to achieve the best results – it’s important to “catch” your hair in this active growth phase when you are receiving treatments.

Dr. Lee can help you get at the root of the problem with the state-of-the-art Elite Plus laser system. Laser hair removal gives you effective, permanent hair reduction anywhere on your body that you have unwanted hair. Whether it’s your face, legs, back, or bikini line, you can have the results you want.

Dr. Lee can help you get at the root of the problem with the state-of-the-art Elite Plus laser system. Laser hair removal gives you effective, permanent hair reduction anywhere on your body that you have unwanted hair. Whether it’s your face, legs, back, or bikini line, you can have the results you want.

Dr. Lee can help you get at the root of the problem with the state-of-the-art Elite Plus laser system. Laser hair removal gives you effective, permanent hair reduction anywhere on your body that you have unwanted hair. Whether it’s your face, legs, back, or bikini line, you can have the results you want.

Before & After

Laser hair removal can remove hair from faces, backs, chests, arms, underarms, bikini, legs and more.

Different lasers can effectively treat different skin types. Our laser can be used on a wide range of skin types from very light to very dark skin. During your consultation, we will determine the best course of treatment for you based on a variety of factors such as hair color and hair type.

Typically, we recommend a series of six treatment sessions to provide the best aesthetic outcome. Laser hair removal technology can only affect hair in active phases of growth, so several treatments are needed to affect all of the unwanted hair.

Yes. In fact, the area needs to be freshly shaved before your treatment session. You may shave the area the day before the treatment or the day of the treatment before coming in for your session. But you should not wax or pluck the hair during the course of your laser sessions.

It depends on which area is being treated. In general, face, underarms, arms, and bikini are approximately 4-6 weeks apart. Back, chest and legs are approximately 8-10 weeks apart. During your consultation, your treatment course will be discussed

Most people feel only a slight momentary “snap” at the treatment site during the procedure followed by a slight heating of the skin. This typically goes away after the treatment but cooling methods can be used immediately after treatment to help with this sensation.

Typically, you can resume regular daily activities immediately following treatment.

You may experience a mild, sunburn-like sensation, possibly accompanied by some minor redness and/or swelling immediately following the treatment. This usually lasts 2-24 hours. Ask your provider to discuss other possible side effects and the necessary post-treatment care with you.

LHR Bikini- $400.00
LHR Brazilian- $500.00
LHR Brazilian Ext- $650.00
LHR Lip & Chin- $300.00
LHR Lip/Chin/Sideburn- $200.00
LHR Full Arms- $500.00
LHR Full Back- $900.00
LHR Full Front-$900.00
LHR Full Legs- $700.00
LHR Half Arms- $450.00
LHR Half Back- $700.00
LHR Halk Legs- $500.00
LHR Mens Shirt- $1,200.00
LHR Neck- $400.00
LHR Shoulders- $450.00
LHR Underarms- $400.00

Hair Restoration

Hair Restoration

Hair Restoration

Using a combination of PRP (platelet rich plasma), light therapy, and medication, men and women can greatly benefit from this non-invasive regimen that has no downtime and affordable in comparison to hair transplant.  There is usually at least 3 treatment sessions of PRP injections that are six weeks a part.

Using a combination of PRP (platelet rich plasma), light therapy, and medication, men and women can greatly benefit from this non-invasive regimen that has no downtime and affordable in comparison to hair transplant.  There is usually at least 3 treatment sessions of PRP injections that are six weeks a part.

Using a combination of PRP (platelet rich plasma), light therapy, and medication, men and women can greatly benefit from this non-invasive regimen that has no downtime and affordable in comparison to hair transplant.  There is usually at least 3 treatment sessions of PRP injections that are six weeks a part.

PRP contains special cells called Platelets, that can cause growth of the hair follicles by stimulating the stem cells and other cells in the hair follicle. These special Platelet cells promote healing, accelerates the rate and degree of tissue healing and regeneration, responds to injury, and formation of new cellular growth. The primary purpose of using PRP in hair restoration is to stimulate inactive hair follicles into an active growth phase.

Low-level laser treatment (LLLT) has gained acceptance in treating hair loss as evidence from clinical trials and successful patient cases have validated the therapy. In 2007 the FDA approved LLLT  for the treatment of mild to moderate male pattern hair loss.  LLLT has been shown to

  1. Increase cell metabolism and the health of blood vessels in the scalp for thicker, supple and more durable hair shafts
  2. Stimulate the sebaceous glands for silkier-looking hair
  3. Increase melanin production in the hair follicles, darkening gray hairs.   We offer the option of both the Theradome or Capillus.  The Theradome helmet is worn for 20 minutes twice a week.  The Capillus hat is worn for 6 minutes daily.

PRP contains special cells called Platelets, that can cause growth of the hair follicles by stimulating the stem cells and other cells in the hair follicle. These special Platelet cells promote healing, accelerates the rate and degree of tissue healing and regeneration, responds to injury, and formation of new cellular growth. The primary purpose of using PRP in hair restoration is to stimulate inactive hair follicles into an active growth phase.

Low-level laser treatment (LLLT) has gained acceptance in treating hair loss as evidence from clinical trials and successful patient cases have validated the therapy. In 2007 the FDA approved LLLT  for the treatment of mild to moderate male pattern hair loss.  LLLT has been shown to

  1. Increase cell metabolism and the health of blood vessels in the scalp for thicker, supple and more durable hair shafts
  2. Stimulate the sebaceous glands for silkier-looking hair
  3. Increase melanin production in the hair follicles, darkening gray hairs.   We offer the option of both the Theradome or Capillus.  The Theradome helmet is worn for 20 minutes twice a week.  The Capillus hat is worn for 6 minutes daily.

PRP contains special cells called Platelets, that can cause growth of the hair follicles by stimulating the stem cells and other cells in the hair follicle. These special Platelet cells promote healing, accelerates the rate and degree of tissue healing and regeneration, responds to injury, and formation of new cellular growth. The primary purpose of using PRP in hair restoration is to stimulate inactive hair follicles into an active growth phase.

Low-level laser treatment (LLLT) has gained acceptance in treating hair loss as evidence from clinical trials and successful patient cases have validated the therapy. In 2007 the FDA approved LLLT  for the treatment of mild to moderate male pattern hair loss.  LLLT has been shown to

  1. Increase cell metabolism and the health of blood vessels in the scalp for thicker, supple and more durable hair shafts
  2. Stimulate the sebaceous glands for silkier-looking hair
  3. Increase melanin production in the hair follicles, darkening gray hairs.   We offer the option of both the Theradome or Capillus.  The Theradome helmet is worn for 20 minutes twice a week.  The Capillus hat is worn for 6 minutes daily.