What Qualifications does the Staff at Royal MedSpa and IV Bar Have?
Phrynee Timmer, Founder of Royal MedSpa & IV Bar, Phrynee is a Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) and the rest of the staff is comprised of highly-accredited registered nurses (RNs) who receive constant training on the latest products and procedures.
What Are Neurotoxins?
Neurotoxins are produced by gram-positive anaerobic bacteria Clostridium Botulinum.
How Do Neurotoxins Work?
Neurotoxins work by blocking the release of acetylcholine from presynaptic terminal of neuromuscular junction, causing local paralysis in the area.
How Long Do Neurotoxins Last?
Neurotoxins last up to 3 months.
What Neurotoxins Are FDA-Approved For Aesthetic Use?
Common FDA-approved Neurotoxins are Botox® Cosmetic, Dysport®, Juevea® and Xeomin®.
What Are Some Of The Most Common Adverse Effects Of Neurotoxins?
Most common adverse effects are Ecchymosis, swelling, and pain at the injection site
What Are Dermal Fillers?
Dermal fillers are nonsurgical treatments used to rejuvenate one’s appearance by ameliorating creases, folds, wrinkles and lips. There are different categories of dermal fillers which are used for specific areas. These treatments May last up to two years depending on the area treated and the product used.
Which Dermal Fillers Are Offered At Royal MedSpa?
We offer the family of Juvederm® Dermal Fillers, Restylan®, Radiesse®, Ravanesse® and Sculptra®.
What Are Common Adverse Effects Of Dermal Fillers
Most common adverse effects include swelling, bruising, needle marks, lumps, bleeding, & patient anxiety.
How Does PRP Make Hair Grow?
PRP releases growth factors that bind with the hair follicle. Growth factors stimulate healing and blood flow. Growth rate is increase and inactive follicles are stimulated from rest to growth phase of hair cycle.
How Many PRP Treatments Do I Need?
Expect to be treated monthly for 4 months then every 6 months for ongoing maintenance.
How Soon Will I See Results from the PRP Treatments?
Results vary depending on the client. Some may see results after 1 month others may see results up to 6 months.
What Are The Potential Complications from PRP treatments?
Infection, swelling, bleeding, bruising, hematoma.