Aesthetic Medicine

Nothing that science can do is capable of stopping a person from aging. The minute a baby is born, he or she immediately starts to age. However, there are things we can do to slow down the effects of aging over time. That is what aesthetic medicine is all about.

Aesthetic medicine is designed to address the visible effects of aging including hair loss, wrinkles, uneven skin tone, unsightly blemishes, etc. Through a number of different procedures that are recommended based on need, aesthetic medicine helps patients look younger and feel better about themselves.

More About Aesthetic Medicine

The roots of aesthetic medicine go back to ancient times. In the modern era though, it really came into its own when plastic surgery became popular a few decades ago. Aesthetic medicine today goes way beyond plastic surgery, implants, and hair replacement. It includes a complete range of treatments that can truly change a person’s outlook on life.

Here are a few examples of common aesthetic medicine procedures:

Neurotoxin Injections | Tulsa OK

Neurotoxin Injections

A neuromuscular injection utilizing a neurotoxin can promote muscle relaxation by blocking nerve signals that otherwise cause contraction. This relaxation can reduce or completely eliminate wrinkles. And because injections are very localized, they can be targeted directly to those areas most affected by wrinkles.

Neurotoxins stop the muscles that cause wrinkles.

Note that there are 3 different kinds of neurotoxins that aesthetic clinicians work with. All take 3 to 7 days to take effect and can last as long as three to four months.

Dermal Fillers

A neuromuscular injection utilizing a neurotoxin can promote muscle relaxation by blocking nerve signals that otherwise cause contraction. This relaxation can reduce or completely eliminate wrinkles. And because injections are very localized, they can be targeted directly to those areas most affected by wrinkles.

Neurotoxins stop the muscles that cause wrinkles.

Note that there are 3 different kinds of neurotoxins that aesthetic clinicians work with. All take 3 to 7 days to take effect and can last as long as three to four months.

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Hair Restoration

Aesthetic medicine has entered a new age based in the latest technologies and newly discovered knowledge of how the body naturally heals itself. We invite you to learn more about aesthetic medicine by making an appointment to consult with one of our specialists.

There are several options for hair restoration. One is injection with PRP (platelet rich plasma). PRP contains growth factors and is extracted from your own blood. Therefore, there is little to no risk of adverse risks and reactions. The procedure lasts about 30 minutes after numbing the scalp. Additionally, exosomes/stem cells are used for injection and have a very high success rate.

Microneedling

Microneedling is a very successful procedure that uses small needles to puncture the skin. In our late 30s and on, collagen production is significantly decreased. We can take as a supplement and provide the perfect surface area damage to provide an environment for rejuvenation. Some practitioners use with PRP for an even better result. The PRP from our blood has the healing properties needed to help improve the look and texture of our skin. This procedure can help heal old acne scars, improve fine lines/wrinkles, tighten skin, correct complexion issues, create a face lift, and more! Expect redness, like a sunburn, for 24 hours and then possible pealing day 3 or 4.

Plasma Fibroblast

Plasma Fibroblast is a minimally invasive, ablative procedure that is performed using FDA 510k cleared equipment and best practice safety and hygiene techniques to rejuvenate and tighten skin and reduce the signs of aging. It harnesses the power of plasma energy to create small thermal wounds at the skin surface that extend deep enough (into the upper dermis) to rejuvenate and tighten skin and reduce the signs of aging. Treatment involves the use of a local anesthetic, either topical or injected, for pain control. Immediately after treatment, brown dots (carbon crusts) will be visible for approximately 5 to 7 days following your procedure. In rare cases, these brown dots may desquamate (flake off) and be replaced with pink markings while the skin is regenerating. This may last for up to 8 weeks and will typically resolve naturally as the skin heals below the surface. Minor swelling of the treatment areas and surrounding skin may be present for a few days after treatment and bruising may occur from the local anesthetic injections.

We offer a variety of procedures for varying needs. Whatever your need, do not be afraid to ask questions. We want you to fully understand our aesthetic medicine procedures before you choose to be treated.

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