Aesthetics and Hair Restoration Q & A
How is Botox used in aesthetics?
Botox is an injectable treatment that smoothes out wrinkles and lines in the skin. It’s derived from a paralyzing agent called botulinum toxin. When used by experienced clinicians and aesthetic specialists, Botox is one of the safest cosmetic and aesthetic treatment forms.
Botox works by affecting the chemical signals that the nerves in your face produce. When you receive an injection of Botox, signals aren’t able to reach your facial muscles. The muscles relax, and wrinkles and lines smooth out as a result. Botox injections can be used to improve:
Bunny lines (lines on the sides of the nose)
In the right hands, Botox treatments deliver such natural-looking results no one can guess you underwent a procedure. Redwood Medical has the experience and training to ensure a comfortable and effective treatment with beautiful results.
Botox isn’t permanent, and the results last about four months. You’ll need to return to Redwood Medical for regular appointments to maintain results.
How is PRP used in hair restoration?
PRP can be used to rejuvenate skin and promote cell renewal. It’s an injectable treatment that uses your own platelet-rich plasma and is often administered alongside other cosmetic and aesthetics procedures. With the growth factors that are present in platelets it has excellent results for hair restoration in both women and men.
At Redwood Medical, your board certified family medicine and primary care provider works with you to develop an aesthetic treatment plan customized to your health needs, goals, and lifestyle, providing optimal results. Medical weight loss and hormone replacement therapy (HRT) services are also offered and may be recommended by your provider.
Redwood Medical has years of experience delivering exceptional care and results to patients. Call the office to learn more about how their aesthetics services can benefit you and to schedule a consultation. Or request an appointment online, which is fast and convenient.
BENEFIT 2: Address issues as quickly as possible.
Going to the doctor in person requires time and planning, which may cause you to put off going to see a provider altogether. With telehealth, you can see a provider as soon as your issues arise, and get on the road to recovery as soon as possible.
BENEFIT 3: Cut back on costs associated with going to see a provider.
For most people, making a trip to see a provider requires paying for gas or transportation, taking time off work, and possibly securing childcare. For those who live in rural areas, it can even require costs associated with an overnight stay, such as meals and lodging. Telehealth eliminates these costs, as you can easily fit in an appointment at home or at work during a break.
BENEFIT 4: Save time.
Going to an in-person appointment for even the smallest, most minor issue can eat up hours of valuable time. A telehealth appointment is typically only 10 minutes and requires no travel time or sitting in a waiting room.
BENEFIT 5: Never compromise on the quality of care.
Instead of choosing a provider simply because the location is close by or has short wait times, you can receive care from the name you trust most when you need it most through telehealth.
Aesthetics and Hair Restoration services in Aurora, CO
As you age, you may be unhappy with wrinkles and lines on your face, the firmness of your skin, or even thinning or receding hair. Board certified and aesthetics expert Brent Herron, MD and staff at Redwood Medical have extensive experience in aesthetics services like Botox®, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) for hair loss and various laser treatments. To learn more about the aesthetic services available, schedule a consultation online or call use today.