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How long do the benefits last?

The hydration generally last for several days as your body utilizes and processes the saline (salt water). Based on which IV treatment you receive, the metabolic stimulating effects and vitamin replenishment can last for several weeks.

Can I get too much?

All of our IV formulations, including NAD+, are water-soluble so that any excess amino acids or vitamins are urinated out and do not build up in the body to excessive levels.

What formulations do you have?

We have several formulations from basic hydration to advanced metabolism booster and lipotropic (fat burning) formulations that have various amino acids, vitamins, and minerals added based on your individual need: pre-performance, post-performance, fatigue, metabolism boosting, skin brightening, etc.

How often should I get one?

We have clients who receive weekly IV therapy and others come in a few times a year for specific goals- this is entirely customizable based on your individual needs.


Dermal Fillers (Juvederm, Voluma, Radiesse):

How long do the results last?

Most wrinkle reduction patients who receive fillers see visible wrinkle reduction for 9 to 24 months following their initial treatment.

Are there any side-effects associated with dermal filler treatment?

As dermal filler treatment results are temporary, there are very few side effects associated with the treatment. Some Dermal Filler patients report temporary redness and minimal swelling or bruising at the injection site that subsides within a couple of days. With any injection there is always the risk of infection or intravascular complications, this would need to be reported as soon as possible and would require additional medical treatment.

Are Dermal Filler injections painful?

Dermal fillers are unique in that they feature the local anesthetic lidocaine as one of the ingredients. The mixture minimizes any pain associated with the procedure. In addition, other local or topical anesthetics are available for patient comfort.

Neuromodulators (Botox & Xeomin):

How many treatments will I need to see results?

Most patients will feel and see visible muscle relaxation within the first few days of their initial treatment. If you have extensive, deep muscle contractions you may require increased amounts for optimal results. As the body eventually absorbs the injected material, repeat treatments are necessary every 4-6 months to maintain muscle relaxation.

Are Neuromodulator treatments painful?

Discomfort is minimal and brief with injections. Once the injections are complete, there is usually no discomfort, any minor areas of redness or swelling usually resolve within 30 minutes.

Will my lines look worse if I choose not to continue with treatments?

No. Your lines gradually revert to their pre-treatment appearance if you decide to forego additional treatment. For most patients, because the muscles treated lose volume, the wrinkles are actually softened from their pre-treatment baseline.


What is the Process for Stem Cell Therapy?

Step 1: Removal of fat cells with basic liposuction procedure

Step 2: Once a sample of your fat cells has been obtained, the stem cells are isolated, washed, and concentrated with a specialized centrifuge.

Step 3:The stem cells are carefully injected into the site utilizing ultrasound imaging if necessary to guide the cells to where the injury / issue exists

What is the recovery time?

Two major advantages of a stem cell injection over other procedures are:

1. No need for hospital stay

2. No prolonged recovery

Most patients find themselves back in their daily routine the day after the procedure. Healing gradually happens over the course of 2-6 weeks and can continue for up to 12+ months.

What are the benefits of stem cell therapy?

1. Uses your body's own cells to heal and regenerate tissue

2. Outpatient procedure

3. Simple Procedural Process

4. Little to no downtime - back to work the same or next day

5. Can be used in many different sites and tissues in the body- from the face for collagen improvement, to joints and ligaments and tendons, to penile and vaginal tissue


What is the Process for PRP?

Step 1: A small sample of your blood is drawn and collected into a special vial.

Step 2: The vial is then centrifuged at a high speed to isolate the PRP.

Step 3: Once the PRP has been isolated it is ready to be injected into your affected site. It is carefully injected using ultrasound if necessary to ensure proper placement.

Where Does Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Come From?

To harvest PRP, a small sample of your blood is drawn into a specialized collecting system. This blood is centrifuged at high speeds to isolate and concentrate the growth factors. Because your own blood is used there is no risk of a transmissible infection.

What Should I Expect From PRP Treatment?

PRP is a safe non-surgical procedure that stimulates healing and treats acute and chronic pain. Although recovery times can vary patients generally begin to see improvement in pain and mobility within 4 to 6 weeks and improvement will continue for up to 12 months.


How does your treatment work?

Our clinicians use a proprietary mixture of PRP (Plasma Rich Platelets) and Growth Factors coupled with microneedling to stimulate the scalp to “turn back on” quiescent hair follicles. This treatment only works for failing or dormant hair follicles, dead hair follicles (usually noted by a “shiny scalp”) will not respond to therapy.

Can you guarantee results?

Most of our clients are very pleased with their results, those with “shiny scalp” or dead hair follicles will not achieve significant results, we are very selective with our clients and only recommend a 4 to 6 week treatment course to start for those whom qualify to ensure results before proceeding with the full course of treatment.