East Asheville Family Health Care Offers Facial Rejuvenation
Are you looking to fight the signs of aging in your face, such as wrinkles, crow’s feet, or sagging features? Well, look no further, Asheville and Western North Carolina. East Asheville Family Health Care is here to help with facial rejuvenation services. We offer injectables and radiofrequency treatments to help turn back the clock.
We have welcomed Denise Hansen to our team to be our sole administer, overseen by Dr. Early, of injectable services for facial rejuvenation. She is a Family Nurse Practitioner who has been studying these treatments and educating the Asheville and Western North Carolina community of nurses for the past six years. We are proud to have such an expert help our community feel and look great with these non-invasive procedures.
Non-Invasive Facial Rejuvenation Treatments in Asheville, NC
The team at East Asheville Family Health Care now offers two different types of facial rejuvenation treatments for those looking to turn back the hands of time. Both are non-invasive, and you can even come in on a lunch break and get back to work after.
Injectables: These injectable treatments such as Botox and other filling agents last about 6 to 18 months. We also use Juvéderm as a liquid facelift to prevent you from needing surgery. This process is much less painful and requires less recovery time than surgery.”
Radiofrequency: This type of facial rejuvenation use radiofrequency to produce heat in the skin’s deepest level to create new elastin and collagen production. These help your skin become firmer quicker and give you a more youthful appearance.
Wrinkles to Worry About Rejuvenating
When concerning yourself with wrinkles on your face, there are two categories to think of when seeking treatments to remove them, static and dynamic. Static wrinkles are visible when your face is totally at rest. Due to the loss of facial tissue elasticity over time, these wrinkles naturally occur during the aging process. Dynamic wrinkles only appear when a muscle flexes during any sort of facial expression, whether happy or sad, and are usually found around the eyes and between them, or on your forehead.