Non-surgical and natural way to eliminate stubborn fat.
CoolSculpting® is a revolutionary non-surgical contouring treatment that freezes stubborn fat, which then is naturally eliminated from your body. No needles, no special diets, no supplements, no surgery. And most importantly, no downtime.
Kybella® is designed specifically to treat submental fat – the dreaded double chin. While traditionally this area has been treated surgically.
We understand that many factors out of your control, such as family genetics and aging, can cause a double chin. No matter how much you diet and exercise, that extra chin isn’t going anywhere. Before Kybella® was approved, the only good treatment option was surgical liposuction. Now, trained professionals finally have a noninvasive method with minimal side effects and little down time.
BOTOX® Cosmetic is a prescription medicine that is injected into muscles and used to improve the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows (glabellar lines) in patients over 18 years old for a short period of time (temporary).
BOTOX® Cosmetic is administered by a healthcare professional as a simple, nonsurgical treatment that is injected directly into the muscles between the brows. It works by blocking nerve impulses to the injected muscles.
This reduces muscle activity that causes moderate to severe lines to form between the brows. Individual results may vary.
PDO threads are used in a face lift which is often referred to as the “lunch hour lift”. Dr. Tuesday makes a tiny entry so she can insert fine PDO threads into the areas are wanted to be lifted. As the threads dissolve, your body will naturally produce new bundles of collagen which surround each thread. Using PDO threads along with facial fillers typically produce the best results. The results give you a rejuvenated and refreshed look. No surgery, no pain, and non-invasive. Natural results with no scaring and recovery times are minimal.
The best option for unwanted neck fat may be removal with tumescent liposuction with or without laser assistance. This is an in-office procedure that is done with local anesthetic and can be done with no sedation at all but for most cases a light, sedative to provide relaxation and reduce anxiety is provided with a medication taken by mouth. (Light oral sedation is used to make the injection of the fluid comfortable). A dilute lidocaine solution is slowly and gently instilled into the fatty layer through tiny needle holes in the skin. By using microcannulas, which range in size from a coffee stirrer to a thermometer, the procedure is gentle and less traumatic to the fatty layer of tissue, there is less post procedure discomfort and the result is a very smooth neck and jawline. In addition, the tiny channels created by the crisscrossing pattern of the microcannulas collapse evenly allowing the skin to contract and drape well after the procedure. The best results are achieved in those with good skin tone of the neck.
If medically possible, all medicines (prescription, over-the-counter/NSAIDs, and herbal/fish oil) that can lead to excessive post-operative bleeding are stopped two weeks before the surgery. The procedure is done, either in a hospital or an outpatient surgery center.
The neck lift procedure can involve the removal of excess skin and fat. It also may involve the tightening up of the muscles within the neck (platysmaplasty). This operation is often combined with a Facelift.
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