Non-Surgical Aesthetic Therapies
Enhancing natural beauty and minimizing the signs of aging with non-surgical techniques
Addressing physical appearance to empower the emotional well-being of the entire person.
Minimally invasive therapies are utilized on specific areas of the face and scalp, as an alternative to cosmetic surgery.
Non Surgical Aesthetic Therapies can reduce the signs of aging.
Neuromodulators, such as Botox, can prevent the facial muscle contraction that leads to fine lines and wrinkles.
By placing hyaluronic-based fillers beneath the skin, volume can be restored or enhanced within facial structures such as the lips and cheeks.
Utilizing components of your own blood - platelets and fibrin - without the addition of any foreign substance, PRF injections can create a three-dimensional scaffold to restore volume to the face.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Facelift
Popularized as ‘the vampire facelift’, a combination of microneedling followed by a mask of platelet-rich plasma can increase cell turnover, smoothing fine lines and improving the skin’s texture.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Hair Restoration
Injections of your own platelet-rich plasma (PRP) into the vascular layer of the scalp can stimulate hair thickening and regrowth.
Also known as collagen induction therapy, repeatedly puncturing the skin with tiny, sterile needles can generate the production of collagen, and enhance the effects of topical serums
Cosmetic Acupuncture Renewal
The effects of aesthetically-focused acupuncture are enhanced with Rejuveness, the revolutionary European electromagnetic technology.
An Integrative Approach to Non Surgical Aesthetic Therapies
At Integrative, nonsurgical aesthetic techniques are rarely provided alone. Your practitioner may recommend additional treatments or services in order to enhance the effects of injectables, microneedling, or cosmetic acupuncture:
- Naturopathic Medicine
- Holistic Nutrition
- Intravenous Therapy
- Physician-Grade Health Products
Applications of Non-Surgical Aesthetic Therapies
Non Surgical Aesthetic Therapies may be a helpful component of your treatment plan if you are experiencing:
- Fine lines
- Deep wrinkles
- Thinning of darkening of the under-eye area
- Facial volume loss
- Facial sagging, jowls
- Hair thinning
- Female/Male pattern baldness
- Traction alopecia
- Melasma, hyperpigmentation, scarring
- Facial asymmetry
- Age-related lip thinning
How It Works
How Do Non Surgical Aesthetic Therapies Work?
Overview of Non Surgical Aesthetic Therapies
Depending on the technique utilized, multiple needles may be inserted (cosmetic acupuncture), used to repeatedly puncture the skin (microneedling), or act as a vehicle for injection of specific aesthetically-target substances (neuromodulators, PRP, PRF, or dermal fillers). Safe and effective minimally-invasive aesthetic techniques can be combined for maximum effect.
Targeted Area of the Body
Microneedling and injectables are utilized on specific areas of the face, scalp, and neck. Cosmetic acupuncture involves treatment of both the face and body.
Health Benefits of Non Surgical Aesthetic Therapies
Generally, these therapies can decrease the signs of aging and rejuvenate facial appearance.
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What does your first visit look like?
Your first visit is the opportunity for you to share your health or cosmetic goals that can help your practitioner in recommending specific non surgical aesthetic therapies.
Medical and Lifestyle History
The depth of your medical history review will depend on your aesthetic goals and concerns. Your practitioner will ensure they review the details they need to develop a safe and effective aesthetic plan.
Your practitioner will complete a focused physical exam, depending on the area(s) of concern. This may include analysis of facial symmetry, skin texture, facial muscle tone and movement pattern, and scalp and hair growth pattern, if applicable.
Individualized Aesthetic Treatment Plan
If your practitioner believes you are a good candidate, they will review their recommendations, including potential benefits, side effects, and recovery time. Your first visit may include your initial treatment.