Thank you everyone for coming to our Grand Opening!  We made over $1000 in raffles for our charity, Verity Pregnancy Center.  
Here are the winners who have agreed to their name announced:
Relaxing Scalp & Facial Massage-Lizeth Puebla
Jeuveau for a Year-Jane Santangelo & Aleisha Thearle
Xeomin for a Year-Holly Rousso
RHA Filler-Healther Taylor
Hydrodermabrasion Facial-Thamar Herman
Upneeq Experience "Nap in a Bottle"-Elisa Grossman
Nordlys IPL Experience-Wendy Ball
Sun & Fun Gift Bag-Missi Lasta, Elisa Grossman, Angie Mahr
Lips with Versa HA-Stephanie Sirriani & Roberta Dettman
Scupltra 2 Vial Treatment- Roberta Dettman
Vivace Microneedling-Danielle Kaczmarskji
Sweet-ish Massage-Danielle Kaczmarskji & Aleisha Thearle
Botox for a Year-Healther Taylor, Stephanie Sirianni, Danielle Kaczmarskji
Laser Hair Package of 6 Treatments-Debra Vasta
CO2RE Laser Experience-Tasha Morris, Lizeth Puebla
Sweetsculpt Package of 6-2 winners
Customizable Sweet Spot Facial-1 winner
Dermaplanning Facial-1 winner

Dry Eye Treatments


 

What is PRP® Dry Eye Therapy?

Platelet rich plasma (PRP) has been used in many different areas of tissue repair.  Studies have shown that PRP can help with dry eye syndrome along with the accompanying vision changes and headaches.  Administering PRP eye drops to the lacrimal gland (this is a gland near the eye that produces tears) stimulates the gland to repair.   The gland can start to produce lubrication once again to the eye and lid.

Side Effects?

There are no reports of side effects when using the patient's own PRP.   We use the client's own blood that is spun to separate the red blood cells from the white blood cells.   The white blood cells have platelets that stimulate neogenesis and neovascularization.  This means platelets help to repair and redevelop tissue and vessels to supply blood and nutrients to the area of the eye that produces tears.

What are the outcomes when treating dry eyes with PRP?

Patients report steady improvement over the course of treatment. Dry eyes are treated with 2-4 drops of PRP in the eyes.  The administration of the drops can mostly be weaned.  Many report not having to use saline drops following several months of PRP therapy.

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