Cosmetic Surgical Arts & Rejuvenation

The holidays are upon us. Elaborate meals, new decorations, the perfect party dress–everything needs to be just right. There’s no better time to put some sparkle in your own appearance. Did you know many simple cosmetic procedures don’t take a lot of time but deliver amazing results?

Dr. Michell Cohn of Cosmetic Surgical Arts & Rejuvenation in OKC says, “Even though I am a surgeon, I am a strong proponent of non-invasive facial rejuvenation.” Her warm and personable nature puts people at ease as she takes time to discuss any concerns patients may have. “I know it is a big decision to have cosmetic procedures or surgery. An attentive physician is essential to the process,” she comments. Drawing on her 12 years of technical expertise, she recommends the best treatments for many common concerns women may have with their appearance.

Aging, Wrinkled Hands

The Viora Laser is an advanced light technology treatment that immediately, visibly tightens tissue in the hands. Treatments are rapid, customized, and require zero downtime. Another effective treatment for volumizing the hands is the Fat Transfer. I’m seeing some real resurfacing success in wrinkles with this procedure. It involves removing fat from a fat-rich area of the body, cleaning and draining it and injecting it into the skin. Like a filler, it adds volume, but resurfaces skin as well, and can last three to five years with one treatment.

Sagging, Sunken Face

Sculptra Aesthetic works at a deeper level than other fillers, treating more than just wrinkles, lines and folds. It actually addresses an underlying cause of facial aging, stimulating the skin’s own natural collagen production which reinforces the inner structure. It volumizes the whole face and lasts up to two years after two or three treatments. It’s also reasonably priced and results develop gradually, making it ideal for those new to cosmetic procedures.

Facial Lines, Wrinkles and Texture

Micro-Needling is one of the greatest tools in the battle against aging because it reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, smooths the skin’s rough texture and shrinks the appearance of pores. Using fine needles to puncture the top layer of skin, it stimulates the body’s natural wound-healing process, increasing collagen and elastin production. At Cosmetic Surgical Arts, our micro-needling procedures are performed with growth factor and hyaluronic acid, producing amazing results with little to no downtime. The Fat Transfer procedure is also an effective treatment for fine to deep lines and wrinkles, and Dysport is an excellent treatment for relaxing frown lines between the eyebrows without giving rest of the face a ‘frozen’ look.

Necklace Lines on Neck

PDO Threads can be used throughout the neck to smooth skin and eliminate wrinkles. The mesh of threads is injected, instantly repositioning the skin and creating three-dimensional volume that is smoothly distributed throughout the area. The threads are fully absorbable and cause tissue to build new collagen which thickens and supports the skin. The Viora Laser is another option for treating neck lines. It immediately, visibly tightens tissue, stimulates collagen production and requires no downtime.

Cellulite

PDO Threads can aid in the reduction of the appearance of cellulite by tightening and smoothing the skin. Sculptra can help with this concern as well.

 

Cosmetic Surgical Arts is located 12324 Saint Andrews Drive in OKC. Visit cosmeticsurgicalartsokc.com or call (405) 607-1333.

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