Aging processes don’t only affect isolated parts of your face, so why should your treatment?
At The Herschthal Practice, our approach is to carefully evaluate the entire condition of your face and develop a comprehensive treatment plan that utilizes 4 distinct aesthetic components: tightening, revolumizing, relaxing and resurfacing.
We call it TR3.
Tightening is achieved with Ultherapy: a revolutionary, non-invasive procedure that is FDA-approved to lift skin on the face, neck, and eyebrow. Focused ultrasound technology stimulates the deep layers of your skin to naturally produce more collagen. The effect of lifting and tightening loose skin continues over the following 2-6 months.
Revolumizing is achieved by using local dermal fillers (Belotero, Juvederm, Restylane/Perlane, and Radiesse) or global dermal fillers (Juvederm Voluma, Sculptra). During the aging process, the face loses volume and changes shape due to complex interactions among facial bone, muscle, fat, and skin. This results in wrinkles, folds, thinning lips, loose skin, and the general appearance of looking tired. Soft tissue fillers are used to revolumize and recontour your face for a naturally refreshed and more youthful look.
Relaxing involves the use of the neuromodulators: Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin. After years of smiling, frowning, and being surprised, you may have noticed some undesirable wrinkles on your forehead, between your eyebrows, and around your eyes. These are known as hyperactive expression lines and can be safely diminished with the use of FDA approved neuromodulators.
Resurfacing refers to the use of lasers, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion to address the outer layers of your skin. Both intrinsic aging (genetics!) and extrinsic aging (sun damage, lifestyle, stress) can have deleterious effects on the appearance of your skin. Superficial and deep wrinkles, loose skin, and changes in color/texture/tone are common to the aging process. Our services can address these issues by resurfacing the outer layers of your skin and encouraging the deeper layers to generate fresh collagen and elastin.
Popular anti-aging treatments often target individual issues, like “parentheses” or the dreaded “crows feet,” and can eventually result in the unnatural, “overdone” look you’ve probably seen.