Aesthetics Medical Spa
Making you look and feel amazing.
Enhance your natural beauty
Expert knowledge of your face and body are our business.
At ATA Healthcare and Wellness we provide the high quality, personalized care you deserve. With our experienced team and the best treatments available such as Botox, Xeomin, fillers such as Sculptra, Juvederm, Radiesse and Restylane, you can rest assured that your health is in the best of hands. We also offer PDO filler threads (not the barbed threads) and The Plasma Pen. Contact us with any questions or simply to learn more about our services.
Medspa Prices and Services
All Procedures and service are performed by Board Certified Providers in Internal Medicine and Family Practice.
Neuromodulators (Botox, Xeomin, Dysport, Jeaveau). What is the difference?
We have some of the best prices in the DFW Metroplex. We do not lure you in with a low price for only a few units, only to try and up-sell you when you get here. Botox is 10 per unit. Dysport is __ per unit and Xeomin is __ per unit.
Dysport is a conversion factor of 3-4 units for every 1 unit of Xeomin or Botox. That means if you usually get 50 Units of Botox or Xeomin in your face, you would need 150-200 units of Dysport. Botox and Xeomin are equivalent at one unit to one unit. When you consider the cost, they all end up being about the same.
The newest neuromodulator is called Jeuveau. It is supposed to be cheaper and better than all the rest, but don’t throw the other three out the window. Here is an article that gives some info and pros/cons https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/jeuveau-newtox-injections-for-wrinkles
How much are fillers? How much will I need? What do the different fillers do?
Fillers vary by price, because they are made from different substances and do different things. There are some fillers that you should not put in the lips and under the eyes; some that are only for cheeks and temples, and so on. We sell full syringes and half syringes. We do this because we know that patients don’t always need a full syringe of product, just a little touch up. We will never sell you something that you don’t need.
What is a Plasma Pen?
Plasma claims a non-invasive route to results that rival cosmetic surgery and last just as long. Originally developed for medical applications, plasma emerged as an aesthetic treatment around two years ago.
Plasma is often referred to as “the fourth state of matter”, after solid, liquid and gas. It is created when electrostatic energy mixes with an ionized gas. When the thermal energy from a plasma device reaches around 1mm from the skin, it mixes with oxygen and nitrogen in the atmosphere and creates a plasma arc, which vaporizes upon contact with the skin.
In doing so, we force immediate contraction of the skin tissue at the surface and cause thermal disruption within the dermis below, especially to the fibroblasts.
The precision trauma we cause to the epidermis makes the skin dry superficially into tiny carbon crusts, which fall off within a few days, leaving new, rejuvenated skin at the surface.
Plasma Pen is an example of a device that sits towards the top end of the aesthetic remit – non-invasive but with a high enough energy output to create trauma to the epidermis and cause carbon crusting.
Heat is transferred subdermally when the plasma field makes contact with the skin, causing the elastin and collagen fibers to shrink, producing an immediate skin-tightening effect.
We also use it to create a “lip flip” around the mouth, get rid of crow’s feet, raise eyebrows, get rid of nasolabial folds and smile lines, and many more applications.
Who can have the treatment?
Plasma is generating a lot of attention because it offers a non-surgical alternative to blepharoplasty (or eyelid surgery). There’s really no equivalent treatment out there for the eyes outside of plastic surgery. We can work all around the periorbital region. This is not safe for Fitzpatrick types IV and above.
What are PDO Threads? How do they work?
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