Dermapen, a fractional microneedle device is used to tighten, lift, and rejuvenate the skin. The technology is effective at reducing fine lines and wrinkles on the face, neck and chest, improves acne and scarring from acne, reducing stretch marks, and improving the appearance of surgical scars. We use the Dermapen device, which is FDA approved, and minimizes pain and bleeding while offering superior results. This form of skin resurfacing has been compared with fractional laser treatments and offers results that are at least as good, with less down-time, less discomfort, and lower cost.
Treat dark circles, puffy eyes, wrinkles, and stretch marks with CARBOXY THERAPY. This form of therapy involves injecting medical grade carbon dioxide gas under the skin. The effect of this technique is to dilate blood vessels, inproving the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the skin. With 4 to 6 treatments, there is significant improvement in swollen bags and dark circles under the eyes, tissue remodeling, better skin elasticity, thicker and firmer subcutaneous tissue and better skin texture.
Each treatment session is short (10 minutes for eyes, 30 for stretch marks). Afterwards, the treated area is swollen and puffy for 24-48 hours. Patients experience minimal discomfort during or after the procedure. Each treatment is schedules at 1 to 2 week intervals. For deeper stretch marks, this procedure works well in conjuction with Dermapen collagen induction therapy.
Eliminate areas of unwanted fat and tone your body with laser-assisted lipolysis. Laser body sculpting is a revolutionary, minimally invasive treatment that does something no fitness routine in the world can: permanently destroy and remove fat cells. Since your body has only a finite amount of these cells, no new fat cells come back. You can finally have that body you've always wanted.
How does LaserBodySculpting Work?
The laser assisted lipolysis procedure is performed using a one millimeter cannula (or tube) inserted into the skin. A laser fiber inside the cannula delivers energy directly to fat cells, causing them to rupture and drain away as liquid. Simultaneously, tissue around the area coagulates, resulting in overall tighter skin tissue.
What areas of the body can be treated?
LaserBodySculpting is ideal for the neck, jawline, arms, "bra rolls," abdomen, "love handles or muffin tops," inner and outer thighs and knees. The laser can be adjusted to release scar tissue, making it a preferred treatment to remove unwanted fat under a c-section scar.
How does LaserBodySculpting compare to conventional liposuction?
Conventional liposucton is meant to remove greater amounts of fat. However, this can often leave behind unsightly pockets of skin and abnormal dimpling. Laser assisted lipolysis is often a perfect complement.
Is there a recovery period?
LaserBodySculpting is a minimally invasive procedure which usually requires only local anesthesis. Some light trauma can occur with some bruising, but you will be able to return to work in a couple of days and resume exercise after two weeks.
Dr. Brandon offers the Restylane Family of injectable gels, including Restylane and Perlane.
These products are indicated for the correction of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds, and lip augmentation.
Botox and Dysport is also available for treatment of mild to moderate wrinkles in the upper face, such as crow's feet, brow lines, and bunny lines.
If you'd like to restore youthful fullness to your face, enjoy plump lips, enhance shallow contours or soften those facial creases and wrinkles, dermal fillers may be the answer.
Dermal fillers have been called "liquid facelifts" because they offer many of the benefits of a surgical facelift without the downtime.
These soft tissue fillers can add more volume and provide immediate results at a lower cost than surgery.
Dr. Brandon will assess your needs and recommend one or a combination of treatments to achieve your desired results.
Call our office for a free consultation and evaluation. The procedure can be sceduled after the initial consultation.