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Destruction Mechanism of action- induces lipolysis or breakdown of fat.
Diminishes areas that cannot be lost from diet/exercise!
-Stretch marks, fat & cellulite at injection site, tightens skin.
Permanent with sensible lifestyle upkeep
Effective One treatment shrinks area 2-3 inches in as little as 10-14 days, results vary by location treated
and amount of fat present.
Real Loss Lose inches & pounds of FAT!
-Biospace full body composition scan taken before & after procedure to accurately measure loss.
Real Gain Increases muscle mass and tone, more energy, decreases whole body fat percentage.
Quick and Painless liposuction alternative, non-surgical, safe. Requires no anesthesia and no downtime.
How does it work?
The medications used, work by increasing the production of a natural substance that diminishes fat. It is extremely effective and also boasts significantly less side effects than other medications used, with the most common being skin irritation and mild bruising at the injection site. The technique of using several small injections, increases the microcirculation of the area and stimulates new cell growth.
Why diet and exercise sometimes won’t work?
The development of some fat pockets can be both frustrating when you look in the mirror and hazardous to your health! You risk developing dangerous visceral fat that builds up around your organs. There is no way to lose weight in only one area of your body through diet and exercise. With diet and exercise, you lose weight throughout your entire body and cannot pinpoint areas, this process is called spot reduction. This treatment in no way replaces a sensible diet and exercise plan. It does work extremely well to eliminate those stubborn fat pockets that cannot be lost otherwise and when optimal body composition is already achieved and there are only areas of concern.
How fast will I see results?
Results are seen relatively quickly. Drastic results have been seen in patients after one treatment, in as little as seven days. Of course, time will vary by the area and amount of fat being treated.
Will the results last?
The results will last as long as sensible lifestyle upkeep is maintained. If you lead a sedentary lifestyle and have a poor diet following the procedure, you will gain weight and be subject to fat build up, cellulite as you would with any method chosen for losing the initial weight.
How long is the down time and recovery time?
There is usually no down time or recovery time for this procedure. Most patients can resume regular activities immediately.
Is the treatment painful?
The majority of patients experience minimal discomfort. Ice is applied prior to the procedure and is often described as the most uncomfortable part of the entire process.
What Happens during the treatment?
- Your measurements and a BIOSPACE total body composition analysis will be taken. Pictures are also taken upon request.
- The treatment area is numbed and prepped.
- The medication is injected using a fine needle (size of an eyelash).
- The time spent injecting is very short and there is little to no down time. Regular activity can usually be resumed immediately.
- A follow up will be scheduled 7-10 days from the original treatment date.
TRIMCARE’S philosophy has always been to utilize the best practices of both allopathic and alternative or complementary medicine. Countless hours of research and innovation enables us to offer the latest in medical breakthroughs arising from cutting edge research. At TRIMCARE, our mission has always been to enhance wellness, life expectancy and quality of life through product offerings that encourage patients to participate with us on this journey!
Unretouched photos taken of maximum frown before treatment with BOTOX® Cosmetic and taken at maximum frown after treatment with BOTOX® Cosmetic at days 2 and 14. The photos featured here are of an actual BOTOX® Cosmetic patient. Individual results may vary.
In clinical trials at day 7, 74% of patients demonstrated none or mild glabellar line severity at maximum frown as compared to 6% in placebo; at day 30, 80% of patients demonstrated the same as compared to 3% in placebo.
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Mesotherapy is a technique pioneered in 1952 by the French physician, Dr. Michel Pistor. Misotherapy is a non-surgical injection technique with a broad range of applications. Mesotherapy promotes the body’s circulatory, lymphatic, and immune system to create a biological response and reverse abnormal physiology. When combined with a weight loss program it produces superior results.Mesotherapy is safe and effective. No Downtime and No significant side effects.*
·Safe and non-surgical
·Natural soy-lecithin enzyme base
·Dissolves fat gradually
·Reduces and even removes cellulite
·Permanently eliminates dimpling and misshapen fat under the skin
Unlike surgery, mesotherapy is virtually painless, requires no post-operative recovery time, requires no heavy bandages or girdles, and no anesthesia is necessary. While many surgical procedures require one to two weeks of recovery, patients undergoing mesotherapy have no interruptions in their daily life.
*Individual results may vary
|Who can have Mesotherapy?||Healthy adults between the ages of 18-75. The physician will discuss your medical situation/medications during your consultation.|
|How does it work?||Using a fine needle (size of an eyelash) the medication is injected into the mesoderm. Just a drop of solution is used at each injection site. The medications destroy the connective tissue bands and melt the trapped fat, creating a smooth, dimple-free appearance.|
|What is the investment?||It varies by number of treatments necessary for the individual to achieve results. You can expect between $250 to $400 per area per visit, however purchasing a package in advance will significantly reduce the cost.|
Mesotherapy vs. Liposuction
·Removes fat from fat cells
·Used where there is cellulite
·Wear loose clothing after treatment
·Weight gain back where it was lost
·Minimal Bruising and pain
·Removes Fat Cell
·Cannot be used where there is cellulite
·Down for 2 weeks or more
·Wear restrictive garments for week
·Weight gain back in abnormal places.
·Significant bruising and pain
Acne is a common skin disease that affects people of all ages, especially young adults. Most individuals experience facial acne; however the back, chest, shoulders and neck may also be affected. Although there are many types of acne, acne vulgaris is the most common form, affecting an estimated 85 percent of the population at some time in their life. Acne accounts for more than 2 million visits to office-based physicians each year for 15- to 19-year-olds, but the average age at presentation for treatment is 24 years old. Ten percent of visits are for those 35 to 44 years old.
Acne is formed when an excess amount of dead skin and oil block follicles on the skin. The follicle becomes inflamed which may be seen in the form of whiteheads and blackheads. At certain times of life, this process may become very troublesome, and may be hard to control. But there are ways to treat, control and manage acne.
Not exclusive to teenagers, many young adults, people in their 20′s and 30′s, have trouble with acne that is hard to control. We know there are many acne treatments out there for you to try and it can be overwhelming. If you have moderate acne and are uncomfortable taking antibiotics or are unhappy with your current topical treatment results, BLU-U® blue light therapy – using light without drugs or antibiotics – may be something for you to try.
The BLU-U is a unique blue light that kills the P. acnes bacteria in your skin. Treatments are simple – you sit with your face close to the light for a short time at a schedule set up by your doctor, approximately a 17-minute session about once or twice per week. The treatments may go on for five weeks or so. It’s safe, it’s not hot, it’s not painful. After some weeks, the blue light can help control your acne.
Is the BLU-U a laser? The BLU-U is not a laser. The BLU-U delivers fluorescent light scattered over a larger area. It also does not emit UV light.
How long is a BLU-U light therapy session? The doctor will prescribe the most appropriate time frame for your acne, but typical sessions last roughly 17 minutes.
AKs – often called “sun spots”— are rough-textured, dry, scaly patches on the skin caused by excessive exposure to ultraviolet light (UV) such as sunlight. They occur most often on sun exposed areas such as the face, scalp or ears, and can range in color from skin toned to reddish brown. They can be as small as a pinhead or larger than a quarter. They generally begin as rough spots of skin that may be easier felt than seen. Common complaints include a lesion that has increased in size or one that is raised, bleeding, poor in healing, discolored, or associated with discomfort such as pain or itching. While a lesion may initially appear skin colored to pink, red, or brown, lesions on darker skin may be more pigmented. AKs may feel soft, rough, or “gritty,” but in any case, they feel different from the surrounding healthy skin.
AKs are seen primarily in Caucasians with pale skin living in sunny climates. Areas of the skin with the most sun exposure, such as the head, neck, forearms, and hands account for more than 80 percent of AKs.
Actinic Keratoses develop as the result of years of sun exposure. Because the effect of sun exposure is cumulative, it is your lifetime exposure that increases your risk. Even if you didn’t suntan much, years of just doing simple tasks outside can add up to significant amount of sun exposures. For example:
- Going out to the mailbox
- Playing an outdoor sport
- Walking the dog
Because AKs take a long time to develop, they generally appear after the age of 40. The American Academy of Dermatology estimates that 60 percent of persons apt to get Actinic Keratoses will indeed get at least one AK in their lifetime.
Your risk of developing AKs increases if you have one or more of the risk factors:
- A history of cumulative sun exposure
- Fair skin
- Blond or red hair, in particular if combined with blue, hazel or green eyes
- A tendency to freckle or burn after sun exposure
- A weakened immune system
Since there are many clinical variants of AKs, it is best to consult a dermatologist if you suspect a lesion.
Nothing is quite as beautiful as smooth, wrinkle-free skin. Unfortunately, as we age our skin begins to show the effects of the sun, wind, and time. Fine lines, wrinkles and blemishes begin to show. Portrait Skin Regeneration now a dramatically different, safe, new treatment called Portrait skin regeneration is available in our practice. It is unlike any other treatment, available anywhere, performed to reverse the signs of aging. Portrait is the first and only treatment to be clinically proven to truly regenerate the skin. Portrait results are comparable to more aggressive laser treatments, but with much less down time. The Portrait treatment continues to stimulate collagen production that has a unique matrix and improves elastin for up to one year, with continued improvement to the skin texture and tone.
Question: How is LATISSE® solution different from other eyelash growth products?
Answer: Only LATISSE® has been approved by the FDA as a prescription treatment to grow eyelashes in people with inadequate or not enough eyelashes.
Question: How does it work?
Answer: LATISSE® is believed to prolong the anagen (active growth) phase 1 The exact way it works is unknown.
Question: How do patients apply the product?
Answer: Patients should be informed that LATISSE® should be applied every night using only the accompanying sterile applicators. They should start by ensuring their face is clean, all makeup is removed, and their contact lenses removed (if applicable). Then carefully place one drop of LATISSE® solution on the disposable sterile applicator and brush cautiously along the skin of the upper eyelid margin at the base of the eyelashes. If any LATISSE® solution gets into the eye proper, it will not cause harm. The eye should not be rinsed. Patients should be informed not to apply to the lower eyelash line. Any excess solution outside the upper eyelid margin should be blotted with a tissue or other absorbent material.
Question: How should patients handle the bottle and applicators?
Answer: Patients should be instructed that the LATISSE® bottle must be maintained intact and to avoid allowing the tip of the bottle or applicator to contact surrounding structures, fingers, or any other unintended surface in order to avoid contamination of the bottle or applicator by common bacteria known to cause ocular infections. Patients should also be instructed to only use the applicator supplied with the product once and then discard since reuse could result in using a contaminated applicator. Serious infections may result from using contaminated solutions or applicators.
Question: What is hypotrichosis of the eyelashes?
Answer: Hypotrichosis is another name for having inadequate or not enough eyelashes.
Question: Who should not use LATISSE® solution?
Answer: Patients should not use LATISSE® solution if they are allergic to one of its ingredients.
Question: Whom should patients tell if they’re using LATISSE®?
Answer: Patients should tell their physician they are using LATISSE® especially if they have a history of eye pressure problems. They should also tell anyone conducting an eye pressure screening that they are using LATISSE® solution.
Question: Are there any special warnings associated with LATISSE® use?
Answer: LATISSE® solution is intended for use on the skin of the upper eyelid margins at the base of the eyelashes. DO NOT APPLY to the lower lid. If patients are using LUMIGAN® or other products in the same class for elevated intraocular pressure (IOP), or if they have a history of abnormal IOP, they should only use LATISSE® under the close supervision of their physician.
LATISSE® use may cause darkening of the eyelid skin, which may be reversible. LATISSE® use may also cause increased brown pigmentation of the colored part of the eye, which is likely to permanent.
It is possible for hair growth to occur in other areas of the skin that LATISSE® frequently touches. Any excess solution outside the upper eyelid margin should be blotted with a tissue or other absorbent material to reduce the chance of this from happening. It is also possible for a difference in eyelash length, thickness, fullness, pigmentation, number of eyelash hairs, and/or direction of eyelash growth to occur between eyes. These differences, should they occur, will usually go away if the patient stops using LATISSE® solution.
Question. What are the most common side effects of LATISSE®?
Answer: The most frequently reported adverse events were eye pruritus, conjunctival hyperemia, skin hyperpigmentation, ocular irritation, dry eye symptoms, and erythema of the eyelid. These events occurred in less than 4% of patients.
Question: Is there potential for iris darkening?
Answer: Increased iris pigmentation has occurred when bimatoprost solution was administered. Patients should be advised about the potential for increased brown iris pigmentation, which is likely to be permanent.
Question: What if patients stop using LATISSE®?
Answer: Patients’ lashes are expected to return to their previous appearance over several weeks to months.
Question: Where is LATISSE® available?
Answer: LATISSE® solution is available by prescription only and is distributed by Allergan to healthcare professionals’ offices and retail pharmacies.
Question: Why do contact lenses need to be removed before applying?
Answer: It’s recommended that patients remove their contact lenses because LATISSE® contains benzalkonium chloride (BAK), and this may be absorbed by soft contact lenses. Contacts may be reinserted 15 minutes following LATISSE® administration.
Question: Can patients continue to use mascara while using LATISSE®?
Answer: Yes, patients can use mascara in addition to LATISSE® solution.
Question: How soon can patients expect results?
Answer: It’s important for patients to remember that LATISSE® solution works gradually. While they may start seeing longer lashes after 4 weeks, to reach maximum fullness and darkness, they must use LATISSE®every day for 16 weeks. They should not reduce or stop daily application of LATISSE® when they first notice results, as they have yet to achieve full, dramatic effects. After 16 weeks, they should talk to their doctor about ongoing use. Individual results may vary.
Question: Can patients use cotton swabs or other cosmetic brushes to apply LATISSE®?
Answer: No, LATISSE® should only be used with its FDA-approved sterile applicators, designed to help patients properly apply the product.
Question: What if LATISSE® gets in a patient’s eye?
Answer: It is not expected to cause harm. Patients don’t need to rinse their eye. Reinforce the proper application instructions.
The Restylane Regimen gives you a look that lasts.
What is the Restylane Regimen?It’s a way to help you get the most out of your Restylane treatments. The Restylane Regimen is a treatment plan that involves an initial treatment and a follow-up treatment 4.5 or nine months later. On average, only half the amount of Restylane injectable gel used at the initial treatment was needed to achieve full correction at the follow-up treatment.
Restylane is the only hyaluronic acid dermal filler approved to last up to 18 months from initial treatment of moderate to severe nasolabial folds (lines from the nose to the corners of the mouth) when patients followed the RestylaneRegimen.
With Restylane injectable gel, time is on your side. At least 95% of patients saw results for up to 18 months when they followed the Restylane Regimen.
In a clinical study treating the lines from the nose to the corners of the mouth (laugh lines), Restylane continued to provide improvement for up to 18 months after initial treatment, when each line received a follow-up treatment at 4.5 or nine months.
Using the Restylane Regimen, patients showed similar improvement, on average, at 18 months compared to their Week 2 Wrinkle Severity Rating Scale (WSRS) score.
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