PRP (Platlet Rich Plasma)
Is your body's blood centrifuged by an Imber's FDA approved dual spin centrifuge to concentrate the platelets 5-9 times which are then injected into the skin (Note: Single spin devices produce only 2.5-3 times platelet concentration). Once injected into the tissue, your platelets release numerous growth factors that in turn lead to the migration of your body's own stem cells. These cells promote tissue regeneration. Growth and repair continue for 3 months and result in new healthy tissue! Combined with microneedling, results are maximized. PRP can serve as a long-lasting solution for reduction of sun damage, loose skin, craping, acne scarring, pigmentation, wrinkles on the face, neck, hands, lip lines and many other uses! PRP is 100% natural and produces long-lasting results. This is a game-changer and should be considered by anyone striving to reverse the signs of aging!
Exfoliate and remove debris from skin, facilitating smoother and firmer skin.
Can be used to reduce muscle movements as these repeated muscle movements facilitate the formation of wrinkles on the face and neck.
Are available to fill areas with volume loss or wrinkles. Many specialty injections require advanced techniques and can only be performed by a licensed provider- you are in the BEST hands with Imber as the only person to inject you will be a physician or an aesthetic, board-certified nurse practitioner who teaches injection techniques! Imber offers a variety of brands and Bianca, our expert injector, can guide you through the process.
A soft round tip injection device used in place of a needle. All of Imber's formally trained providers are skilled in the use of cannulas.
Cannula use can:
- Lessen your chances of bruising which means you can get back to work and your social life right away
- Facilitate consistent results as product is spread more evenly throughout the area of injection
- Lead to happy clients by minimizing discomfort and avoiding bruising
Polydioxanone is a complex sugar that naturally breaks down into carbon dioxide and water, and these are eventually dissolved by the body. Aesthetic use of these threads is an advanced technique that has been used for years by many overseas to maintain youthful skin and the results speak for themselves. The secret is out at Imber!
These are the same safe, dissolvable threads used in eye and heart surgeries. When placed in the face, "Smooth" PDO threads lead to growth and remodeling of your body's own collagen as well as improvement in the thickness, texture and elasticity of the skin! PDO threads can be used in all areas.
Is one of Imber's favorites! The FDA approved Plasma Pen uses micro-damage to skin surface caused by a tiny plasma arc to promote fibroblast migration and growth of new tightened skin! Improvements in collagen, skin strength, and wrinkle reductions continue for 12 weeks and the results are long lasting! Acne scars and melasma can also be treated with plasma pen. Even acne outbreaks can be minimized by this treatment that decreases pore size and sebum production.
Cheek and Chin Contouring
"Beauty, like ballet is all about the lines!" Dr. Slack. As we age, bone loss occurs around the eye sockets, cheeks, temples and jaw. Also, our fat shifts down, flattening the cheeks and weighing down the mid face. This leads to the herniation of the fat pad under our eyes, formation of nasal labial folds and marionette lines. Ultimately, the fat can end up at the base of the face in our jowls. The ideal face shape is a "V" (straight elongated jaw line, small chin, with the majority of the volume in the cheeks), but this age-related fat shift and loss of collagen leads to an "A" shape (a majority of the volume located in the jowl or under the chin).
3 PRP Treatments
Neuromodulator to fine lines of forehead and glabellar complex
Treated with neuromodulators to the forehead and glabellar complex
One treatment of HA Filler in nasal labial folds via cannula
One treatment with barbed threads
One treatment with barbed threads
One session of plasma pen to raised seborrheic keratoses often referred to as "sun" or "age" spots