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Health & Wellness

          Non-Surgical “Face Lift” that’s Virtually Pain Free

                                      onette  lines,  and  jowls  that  lating a surge of new collagen
                                      we all love so much! Over  growth. The effect builds in
                                      the past ten years or so there  from the lower levels of the
                                      have been various modalities  tissue, working its way up to
                                      developed to lift and tighten   the surface. Because of this,
                                      the skin. Therm-age and      the results begin to show
                                      Ulthera were probably the    approximately a month after
                                      most popular. Both had good   treatment.
                                      and bad associated with        The treatment itself is
                                      them. Both were extraor-     relatively comfortable, similar
                                      dinarily painful  to  endure.   to the feel of a hot stone mas-                              TempSure
                                      Each  time  new  technology
        Dr. Sharon Gertzman                                        sage. There is no recovery                                      Full Face
                                     is  developed,  improvements
           As we age, we all see what  are made. Fortunately, there   time at all! An initial series of                          Package of  3
        appears to be our face droop-  is a now a new “non-surgical   3 treatments, at one month                                   for $2500
        ing. Our skin loses elasticity  facelift” that is virtually pain   intervals, is recommended,                          (a $350 savings)
        and collagen, so it does not  free, has no recovery or down   with a follow up every six to                                  (good until
        rebound from facial expres-  time and gives visible results   twelve months.                                             December 31, 2018)
        sion as quickly. We also lose  on just about everyone.       Come to Serenity Medical
        volume in our face as natu-     The TempSure procedure     Spa (
        ral, structural fat pads are  uses radiofrequency energy   for your free consultation,
        absorbed, and we even lose  to get beneath the surface     and let Dr. Gertzman evalu-
        some bone volume. We still  layers of the skin to create a   ate  your  specific  needs.  She
        have the same amount of skin  heating of the deeper layers  can tell you how TempSure
        though, so it all drops to the  of the face. This results in  can improve your appearance,
        lower part of our face creating  tightening of collagen and  giving you a more youthful
        those nasolabial  folds,  mari-  elastin fibers, as well as stimu-  look with no downtime!

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                           classes  and  events.  Wishing  you  and  your
                            family  a  Peaceful  and  Healthy  New  Year

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