0:06 What is Exilis?
0:11 Stimulating collagen production
0:17 Benefits of Exilis
0:23 Why it’s a good choice over other procedures
0:34 Is Exilis effective?
0:36 Treatment frequency
0:46 How soon can you see the results?
1:19 Risk of the procedure
1:30 Why you should consider combining Exilis with other procedures
1:41 Do you want to know if Exilis is for you?
Hi, this is Dr Kelley. I’d like to tell you about Exilis of the face. Exilis is a skin rejuvenation device that uses radio frequency. The radio frequency stimulates the production of new collagen resulting in the tightening of the jaw line, the area underneath the chin, the neck. It also helps with lifting the brows diminishing crows feet. This procedure is non-invasive, has no downtime, does not require any numbing. It feels like a hot stone is being rubbed across the area of treatment. It feels hot but it’s definitely tolerable and it’s quite effective.
A series of 4-6 treatments is required in order to see the full results. It takes the body about 4 weeks to make the collagen so the maximum result is seen about two months after your last treatment. The frequency of treatments is every 7-14 days in order to see the best result. During this procedure we go over the area of treatment with the facial hand piece, slowly heats up the area to a particular temperature that stimulates collagen formation. Patients have told us that it feels like a hot steam massage. We keep the device moving in order to keep you comfortable. If you were able to return to normal activity after the procedure, there may be a slight pinkness to the skin which resolves fairly quickly. There is no risk of bruising or anything else after this procedure. This procedure works very well for someone who is not interested in having a more intrusive and invasive procedure performed and it does work well in particular if it’s combined with some of the other procedures that we offer here including platelet rich plasma (PRP), fillers, botox, etc.
We’d love to talk to you more about whether or not Exilis is the right procedure for you. So please give us a call at 770-649-0094 or you can email me at email@example.com
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0:06 Historical use of PRP
0:16 Modern use of Platelet rich plasma
0:28 What is PRP?
0:34 The process of platelet harvesting
0:45 Effect of adding calcium to plasma
0:50 Growth factors
1:02 PRP for acne scar and facial rejuvenation
1:10 Treatment frequency
1:27 The benefit of combining PRP with fillers
1:58 Learn if PRP is for you. Contact Dr Kelley
Hi, This is Dr Kelley. I’d like to tell you about PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)
Platelet rich plasma has been used for years for orthopedic surgery to promote healing. It is also being used in combination with fat transfer in order to increase the take of the graft. We are using PRP as a standalone treatment here in the office to treat wrinkles, crepey skin, help with pigment and improve overall tone and texture of the skin.
So what is PRP? Platelet rich plasma is derived from your own blood. We draw your blood just like you’re having a routine lab test done into a special tube which then filters out the red cells and leaves the white cells and platelets in the plasma layer. When calcium is added to the plasma it causes the platelets to release growth factors which improve tone and texture of the skin. These growth factors stimulate collagen, stimulate elastin production and also help to improve blood flow to the area. We are finding an improvement in crepey skin underneath the eyes. Also seeing an improvement on pores that can be used to help with acne scars and overall rejuvenation of the face.
This usually requires a series of three to four treatments. One treatment every month. And at times the results are similar to the results seen with a more aggressive laser treatment. PRP is natural. It comes from your own blood, however it does not put volume back into areas where there is a lost of volume. So often times, combining PRP with filler can give a better result. PRP can be injected into acne scars and provide a way of stimulating collagen production in those areas without using any more aggressive treatment which may result in post inflammatory hyper pigmentation after the procedure.
So once again, we would like to tell you a little bit more about PRP and let you know if it’s the procedure for you.
Please give us a call at 770-649-0094 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Join us on September 19th to learn about Ultherapy skin tightening and lifting. Our Ulthera rep and Dr.Kelley will tell you about how Ultherapy works and we will perform mini-consults that day to let you know if you are a candidate. Informal and informative.
Join us on September 19th to learn about Ultherapy skin tightening and lifting. Our Ulthera rep and Dr.Kelley will tell you about how Ultherapy works and we will perform mini-consults that day to let you know if you are a candidate. Informal and informative. We will specifically discuss comfort control for Ultherapy. Please RSVP for event at 770-649-0094. Seating limited.Learn More