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Hair Regeneration
Microneedling with PRP
Dermaplaning
Chemical Exfoliation Peels
TCA Peel

Medical Aesthetics

Medical Aesthetics

MAKING EXTERNAL SKIN HEALTH A PRIORITY
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Premier's team of highly trained and specialized medical aesthetic providers collaborate with each patient to develop custom medical aesthetics treatment plans designed to achieve measurable results with long term external skin health as the priority. Premier offers a comprehensive range of the most effective skin care treatment options currently available.

Whether you’re looking to stop the clock or reverse it, our certified aesthetic experts will deliver profile enhancements to reach your ultimate skin and beauty goals.

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Hair Regeneration

Are You A Candidate For PRP Therapy?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy has the potential to produce positive results in many people suffering from hair loss.


PRP injections can be effective in treating the following conditions listed below. It works by preventing future hair loss and stimulating the activity of the hair follicles to encourage new hair growth.

PRP Hair Regeneration Therapy helps with:

• Individuals suffering from androgenic alopecia or other forms of alopecia. This is also known as male/female pattern baldness.

• Men and women suffering from hair loss due to high stress levels. Since this condition is not chronic, it can be easily treated with PRP therapy.

• People who have recently begun to experience rapid hair loss may find this procedure to be effective. The sooner the condition is treated, the better results you will have.

• Individuals with thinning or balding hair, but not completely bald people. PRP injections will thicken, strengthen, and grow hair from follicles that are still functioning.

• Individuals that had hair transplants, PRP will aid in the stimulation of hair growth.

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The Consultation

At the time of the consultation the Doctor will go over your complete medical history and explain the procedure in depth. Lab work will be done to ensure there are no hormone imbalances or underlying conditions that would make you an unsuitable candidate.


If you are a candidate for the procedure, pre and post instructions will be provided for you. The price for your specific treatment will be discussed at this time. This procedure is not covered by insurance.

The Procedure

The procedure is an in- office and will take about 45 minutes. The blood is drawn from the patient’s arm.


The blood collected is centrifuged twice, separating the red blood cells from the poor plasma and the platelet rich plasma. The high concentration of PRP is then injected by the physician directly into the scalp with a small needle at the level of the hair follicles.


Local anesthesia can be injected into the scalp prior to the procedure. However, there is minimal discomfort, and most patients prefer not to be numb. We recommend Tylenol before and after the treatment, if needed for pain.


PRP therapy is repeated three times every four to six weeks, and maintenance treatments are performed every four to six months to ensure maximum results.

Risks Associated with PRP Therapy

PRP promotes hair regrowth as opposed to a full hair transplant and has been mostly safe for patients. However, as with any medical or cosmetic procedure, there are some risks that come with pursuing this therapy, so it is best to proceed with caution. Disclose with a dermatologist whether any of these apply to you. If so, other treatments may be more effective.

Lifestyle

The lifestyle factors that may disqualify you for treatment are:
• Regular or heavy smoking
• A history of drug or alcohol abuse

Diseases/Disorders/Medications

• Chronic liver disease     

• Cancer     

• Chronic skin disease
• Lupus

• Metabolic disorder
• Thyroid disease
• Low platelet count
• All blood thinner medication

Potential Side Effects of PRP Therapy

• The development of scar tissue in the area near the injections
• Injury to the nerves
• Injury to blood vessels
• Infection
• Mild nausea
• Dizziness

Microneedling with PRP

Premier Total Healthcare offers the ultimate advancement in Microneedling with PRP for unparalleled results.

DermapenWorld™ Dp4 Microchanneling is the most advanced FDA approved microneedling device that can be performed with Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) to achieve more advanced and longer lasting microneedling results compared to other basic microneedling treatments. 

DermapenWorld™ Dp4 Microchanneling helps with:

• Skin Tightening 
• Natural Collagen Induction 
• Skin Lifting and Rejuvenation
• Reducing Wrinkles and Fine lines 
• Reducing Pigmentation and Sun Damage 
• Improving Stretch Marks 
• Reducing Acne Scars, Surgical Scars and Wound Healing  
• Promotes Hair Growth

What is a DP4 Microneedling?
Superfine micro-channels trigger a natural process of repair, increasing the production of collagen and elastin and visibly improving a wide range of skin concerns. This award-winning technology allows for deeper infusion of Hyaluronic Acid, Growth Factors and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) into the skin, leaving the skin glowing. This treatment can be performed in all skin types with minimal to no downtime.

What is the difference between DermapenWorld™ Dp4 and other Microneedling Treatments?
Dp4™ is the only microneedling device with a dedicated scar setting and protocols for revision of deep, atrophic scars; including surgical, burn con-tracture, striae and post-acne scars. Needle penetration can now be increased up to 3.0mm. With the deepest needle penetration ever offered by Dp4™, this innovative setting effortlessly and rapidly treats body contours and thickened, fi-brous tissue. Face and body contours may be effortlessly treated.

Platelet-Rich Plasma
Platelet-Rich Plasma, also known as autologous conditioned plasma, is a concentrate of platelet-rich plasma protein derived from whole blood, centrifuged to remove red blood cells.  PRP combined with microneedling will enhance the results by producing faster healing, smoother and firmer skin.

 

How long does Microneedling take?
Total preparation and procedure time is about 45 minutes to 1 hr. We ask that you come in 30 minutes prior to numb the area.

 

Downtime
Recovery for this procedure is minimal. You can return to normal activities the next day, or even the same day for some patients. Some patients may experience facial redness for 12-48 hours after the treatment.

Results
Microneedling is a very popular treatment that is commonly used to address textural concerns such as lines, wrinkles, large pores, acne scars, stretch marks and post-surgical scars. Depending on your condition and what you are trying to achieve, a package of 4 to 6 treatments, 4-6 weeks apart is recommended for best results. Results can also be maximized by adding a treatment of dermablading prior to microneedling or a peel after microneedling followed by LED healing light.

 

Dermaplaning 

Dermaplaning is a medical cosmetic procedure that involves using a sterile surgical scalpel to gently scrape the surface of the skin. This process removes dead skin cells, fine facial hair (also known as "peach fuzz"), and impurities from the skin's surface, leaving it smoother and more vibrant.


During the procedure, our licensed and highly trained staff will use a small surgical blade to gently scrape the skin in short, feathering strokes. This removes the outer layer of dead skin cells and fine hairs, revealing the healthier, more youthful-looking skin beneath. 


The procedure typically takes about 30 minutes to complete, depending on the size of the treatment area. Patients can return to their normal activities immediately after treatment. The procedure is suitable for all skin types and can be performed on any area of the face, including the cheeks, chin, forehead, and nose.


One of the main benefits of dermaplaning is that it can help to improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and acne scars. By removing the outer layer of dead skin cells, the skin is stimulated to produce new collagen and elastin, which can help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles over time. The removal of the fine facial hair can also help to improve the overall texture and smoothness of the skin.


Dermaplaning can be performed as a standalone treatment or in combination with other cosmetic procedures, such as chemical peels or microdermabrasion. However, it is important to note that dermaplaning is not suitable for individuals with active acne or inflamed skin, as it can exacerbate these conditions.

Chemical Exfoliation Peels

Chemical exfoliation peels are a cosmetic treatment designed to improve the appearance and texture of the skin by removing dead skin cells and stimulating cell turnover. This process involves the application of a chemical solution to the skin, which causes the outer layer of dead skin cells to peel away, revealing the healthier, more youthful-looking skin beneath.

Chemical peels can be categorized into three levels based on their depth of penetration: superficial, medium, and deep. Superficial peels typically use alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) or beta-hydroxy acids (BHAs) to exfoliate the outermost layer of the skin. Medium peels use trichloroacetic acid (TCA) to penetrate deeper into the skin and remove the outer and middle layers. Deep peels use phenol to penetrate the deeper layers of the skin and are typically reserved for more severe skin concerns.

Chemical peels can help to improve the appearance of a range of skin concerns, including acne, fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and uneven skin tone and texture. The treatment is generally safe for all skin types, but it is important to consult with a licensed and experienced provider to determine which type of peel is best suited for your individual skin concerns.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF CHEMICAL EXFOLIATION PEELS:
Trichloroacefic (TCA)

Trichloroacetic Acid, often referred to as TCA 20%, is an effective medium peel chemical agent used to exfoliate and renew the skin on a superficial to deep level increasing collagen and elastin production and is beneficial for gradually removing unwanted freckles, tattoos. It is a wonderful peel for normal, dry or mature skin that is sun damaged and dull. TCA is commonly applied to the face, neck, hands and legs. In addition, TCA is also an excellent “spot treatment” and can be used to exclusively peel isolated areas of the skin. 

The benefits of superficial TCA peels are many, but among the most notable is the ability to adjust the depth to fit the skin problem. As more coats are applied, the peel will get deeper, as the solution goes looking for protein to neutralize itself. The long-lasting results make it an ideal peel for those who prefer less peeling sessions at the cost of moderate downtime.

This peel will result in heavier peeling and not recommended for darker skin types.

TCA can improve:
• Even Skin Tone
• Texture and Clarity
• Reduction of Acne
• Clogged Pores
• Scars
• Wrinkles and Fine Lines
• Hyperpigmentation

Glycolic Acid

Glycolic Acid, also known as Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA), is a chemical exfoliant originally sourced from sugarcane and used for beautification by ancient civilizations. Modern Glycolic peels are chemically engineered to make them more effective, standardized, and accessible to the masses. Glycolic acid loosens the bonds between cells, allowing old, dead skin cells to shed off the skin on a cellular level. This will allow for new healthy cell growth.

We offer 30% mild strength and 70% deep strength, depending on desired results, this peel is suitable for all skin types.

Glycolic acid peels combat common skin issues such as adult acne (non-oily skin), clogged pores and blackheads, slowing skin metabolism, and dull or uneven complexions. They can be applied in low level strengths as often as every 7-10 days or higher strengths every 2-4 weeks, making this peel very adaptable to one's lifestyle with very little downtime.

Glycolic Acid Targets:
• Rough Skin Texture and Breakouts
• Clogged Pores and Blackheads
• Dark Spots and Uneven Skin Tone Due to Hyperpigmentation, Age Spots or Sunspots
• Fine Lines and Wrinkles

Salicylic Acid Alpha/Beta

Salicylic Acid is a Beta Hydroxy Acid (BHA) with capacity for deep pore penetration that makes it an excellent choice for those prone to mild and moderate acne vulgaris. Dead skin and debris can plug the delicate pore resulting in blackheads, whiteheads, and acne eruptions. Salicylic Acid’s winning combination of antiseptic and exfoliating properties promotes a clear, healthy complexion.

A Salicylic Acid Peel will begin to purge clogged pores even after the first peel. As a result, acne breakouts may temporarily heighten. Nevertheless, the pore purification process should ultimately improve acne conditions and provide a clear path to beautiful skin! Salicylic Acid peels also provide marked improvements in skin tone, texture and clarity. 

This peel is best for oily, acne prone skin and can be combined with a Glycolic peel (Alpha/Beta) for maximum deep penetration results. This peel is good for all skin tones.

Best For:
• Reduction of Acne Inflammation
• Clogged Pores
• Seborrheic Dermatitis
• Psoriasis
• Ingrown Hairs
• Wrinkles and Fine Lines
• Improved Texture and Clarity

Fusion Peel

The Fusion Peel "The Go-To Peel" is a proprietary blend of Glycolic, Salicylic, Lactic, TCA, Resorcinol, and Fruit Enzymes Complex to create the ultimate designer peel. Fusion peels are a safe and effective way to achieve a more comprehensive skin rejuvenation by utilizing different type of chemical blends of acids and fruit enzymes with minimal irritation, almost no downtime, and fabulous corrective action for all skin types. These peels are typically custom formulated on the individual patient's skin concerns and needs. By combining multiple ingredients, fusion peels can address a range of skin concerns, including acne, fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and uneven skin tone and texture.

What it does:
• Lifts Off Dead Skin
• Destroys Unwanted Epidermal Cells
• Dissolves Oil, Cellular Debris, and Blockages

AHA Vitamin C

Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) are mild, naturally occurring acids that help soften and remove the stiff, damaged cells on the skin’s surface. Vitamin C, a proven powerful antioxidant found in the skin helps prevent sun spots and lighten the appearance of hyperpigmentation by helping to fight and prevent age and sun related damage.

The combination of lactic and glycolic acids with vitamin c seamlessly work together to reveal smoother, healthier and younger looking radiant skin. This peel is great for all skin tones and types, best suitable for normal to dry skin types with amazing skin
brightening results.

Best For:
• Sun Spots
• Age Spot
• Damaged Skin
• Dull Skin
• Stubborn Hyperpigmentation Due to Sun Damage

FACIALS:
Cryo Facial

Cryo Facials, also known as Cryotherapy Facials, are a type of facial treatment that involves the application of cold temperatures to the face. The procedure starts with deep cleansing of the skin, followed by a lymphatic massage of the face. A cold breeze of -200 to -300 degrees Fahrenheit in the form of vaporized liquid nitrogen is applied all over the face, the air is constantly moving, therefore felling refreshing and relaxing.

Subzero temperatures shrink the appearance of pores soften lines and aids with inflammation—partly due to the tightening effect that occurs and increase in blood flow. The capillaries expand, white blood cells get to work protecting you, the brain releases adrenaline to stimulate the organs—all of which help to facilitate cell turnover and stimulate the body’s healing mechanisms. When the cryo facial treatment is over and your temperature goes back to normal, the blood vessels re-dilate, flooding the face and extremities with fresh, nutrient-rich blood to repair, flush out toxins, reduce inflammation and awaken brighter, smoother, and tighter skin.


One of the main benefits of cryo facials is that they can help to improve the appearance of the skin. By reducing inflammation and redness, the treatment can help to make the skin look brighter and more even in tone. Cryo facials can also help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, as the cold temperature can cause the skin to tighten and firm up. Another benefit of cryo facials is that they can help to reduce the appearance of pores. By causing the blood vessels in the face to constrict, the treatment can help to reduce the size of the pores, which can make the skin look smoother and more youthful.


In addition to these cosmetic benefits, cryo facials may also have some therapeutic benefits. For example, the treatment can help to reduce inflammation in the skin, which can be beneficial for individuals who suffer from conditions such as acne or rosacea. Cryo facials may also help to stimulate the production of collagen, which can improve the elasticity and overall health of the skin.


Overall, cryo facials are a relatively new and innovative facial treatment that can offer a range of benefits for individuals looking to improve the appearance and health of their skin.

Cryo Facial Benefits:
• Tightening Pores
• Diminishing the Appearance of Wrinkles
• Reduces Inflammation and Puffiness
• Brightening the Under-Eye Area

 

Customized Facial

Our customized facial treatment is tailored to address specific skin concerns and needs of the client. It offers several benefits such as targeting specific skin issues such as acne, hyperpigmentation, or aging, and using products that are suitable for one's skin type. A customized facial also provides a more personalized and comprehensive approach to skincare, taking into consideration the client's lifestyle, habits, and goals. This can result in more effective and long-lasting results. Additionally, we can adjust the treatment to adapt to any changes in the client's skin over time, ensuring that the treatment continues to be beneficial. Overall, a customized facial treatment provides a more personalized and effective approach to achieving healthy and glowing skin.

LED Light Therapy

LED (light-emitting diode) light therapy treats various skin conditions such as acne, fine lines and psoriasis. It stimulates collagen production, reduces inflammation, It comes in different types, including red light LED therapy and blue light LED therapy, which are sometimes used in combination.

Are there different kinds of LED light therapy?

LED light therapy uses various wavelengths that correspond to different visible colors. Each color penetrates the skin at different depths. The lights can be combined for maximum results.

• Blue light affects the uppermost layer of your skin
• Yellow light penetrates deeper
• Red light travels further into your skin
• Near-infrared light penetrates deepest
• Red LED light therapy can reduce inflammation and stimulate the production of collagen, a protein responsible for younger-looking skin that diminishes with age
• Blue LED light therapy may destroy acne-causing bacteria (P. acnes)

How often should I do LED therapy?

6-8 treatments are recommended for LED light therapy to improve your cellular function and be effective long term. One treatment will give you an instant glow and supercharge your skin treatment however results are accumulative and need to be performed once or twice a week for optimal results.

LED light therapy helps treat a variety of skin concerns and conditions, including:

• Eczema
• Hair Loss

• Mild to Moderate Acne
• Psoriasis
• Rough, Scaly, Precancerous Spots on the Skin (Actinic Keratosis)
• Rosacea
• Sun Damage
• Wounds
• Wrinkles

Glycolic Acid
Salicylic Acid
Fusion Peel
AHA Vitamin C
Cryo Facial
LED Ligh Therapy
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