Aesthetician Services

Worry lines and impurities disappear at the hands of our caring estheticians. We want to arm you with education about skin care that will help you feel and look fabulous. Where nature leaves off, we can continue with products and programs that perfect your best features.

Our Medical Spa Aestheticians

The aesthetic team at Hall & Wrye are professionals and will go above and beyond to make you feel welcome, safe and comfortable. Our team of Estheticians and REGISTERED NURSES are highly-skilled with multiple specialties including the special GIFT of caring. We understand the level of trust that brings you to Hall & Wrye. We know you are concerned about your health and your looks. We want to help you achieve your goals. Should you ever feel that you need to talk with a DOCTOR, Drs. Hall & Wrye are on the premises and available to you and our staff.

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Our cosmetic surgery team is dedicated to providing our patients with safe, effective surgical and non-surgical treatments for all areas of the body. Our board-certified plastic surgeons and medical aesthetician focus on the relationship they build with each patient while helping them understand the procedure process.

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Chemical Peels

Our Aestheticians services offers a number of chemical peel options to suit various skin care needs. Chemical peels can effectively treat sun damage, age spots, fine lines and other age and sun related problems. Please contact our office to schedule a consultation to know which treatment suits you and your skin.

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Learn More About Chemical Peels

Our Aestheticians can offer a number of chemical peel options to suit various skin care needs. Chemical peels can effectively treat sun damage, age spots, fine lines and other age and sun related problems. Please contact our office to schedule a consultation to know which treatment suits you and your skin.

WHAT IS A CHEMICAL PEEL?

A chemical peel is a skin resurfacing technique in which a chemical solution is applied to the face to remove the outer surface layers of skin. Chemical peels come in a range of strengths to more superficial peels, such as a Glycolic Acid peel. Chemical peels allow new, healthier skin to emerge.

A chemical skin peel involves the application of a solution to the entire face or to specific areas to peel away the skin’s top layers. Several light to medium-depth peels can often achieve similar results to one deeper peel treatment, with less risk and shorter recovery time.

WHO SHOULD CONSIDER CHEMICAL PEEL?

Any of the following conditions may indicate that you might be a good candidate for Chemical Peel. Chemical peel for even skin tone:

  • Wrinkled or sun-damaged facial skinvertical wrinkles around your mouth, such as those that cause lipstick “bleed”
  • “Crow’s feet” lines around your eyes and perhaps some skin laxity in your lower eyelid area
  • Fine wrinkling of your upper eyelids
  • Brown spots or blotchy skin coloring
  • Certain precancerous skin growths
  • Acne or chicken pox scars
  • Superficial facial scars from a past injury

Like the other resurfacing methods, the chemical peel is effective in treating wrinkles, blotchiness or age spots, and scars from acne or other causes. It can be used on the entire face or specific areas. Certain other characteristics of your skin, such as its thickness and texture, may influence whether you are a good candidate for chemical peel.

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM CHEMICAL PEEL?

Because of the persistence of skin pinkness following many types of resurfacing procedures, it may take months before you can fully appreciate your new look. Most patients feel that the results are definitely worth waiting for and, in the case of deeper treatments, the benefits are relatively long-lasting. More superficial resurfacing treatments may need to be repeated periodically in order to maintain their benefits.

Your skin will, of course, continue to age. Also the type of wrinkles caused by movement of your facial muscles will eventually reappear. Some wrinkles may recur sooner than others, depending on their location as well as the type and extent of your resurfacing treatment. Despite this, you can expect that improvements in skin quality and texture achieved by resurfacing will make your complexion appear younger and fresher for many years to come.

Dermaplanning

Dermaplaning is a simple and safe procedure for exfoliating the epidermis and ridding the skin of fine vellus hair (peach fuzz). It is quick with no adverse effects, and is often combined in a Medical Facial, or Chemical peel. This is a great treatment to offer for a deeper exfoliation, as well as pregnant and nursing women.

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Because dermaplaning is a quick procedure with few to no adverse effects, it has quickly gained popularity among cosmetic medical providers across the country. Using a scalpel and a delicate touch, the provider simply abrades the surface of the skin using light feathering strokes. This is a great treatment to offer to patients who are pregnant or nursing who want a deep exfoliation, but are not allowed to use peeling agents on their skin because of the risk that the chemicals will be absorbed into the blood stream, and may be transferred to the fetus or the child. It is also a first choice for patients who have excess vellus hair on the skin. This hair often causes a buildup of dirt and oils in the follicles, so removing the hair gives the patient healthier looking skin.

Although merely an old wives’ tale, many patients are often concerned that the hair will grow back heavier and darker after dermaplaning. This is not the case. As long as the hair is superficial vellus hair, it will grow back at the same rate and texture as before the treatment.

Removing epidermal skin also allows products to penetrate more readily into the deeper layers. Physicians may recommend this treatment to prepare the skin for medical procedures such as laser treatments or deep chemical peels. It also may be used by estheticians to prepare the skin for superficial chemical peels or before a cleansing facial.

Dermaplaning is most often used on patients with rough, dry skin, superficial hyperpigmentation, mild acne scarring, or fine lines and wrinkles. The treatment results in a more refined, smooth, “glowing” appearance.

Protocol

  • Clean the patient’s skin thoroughly. (See Supplies Needed.)Using a cleanser with mild keratolytic properties, such as beta or alpha hydroxy acids, will loosen dead skin and allow for a deeper exfoliation with the scalpel.
  • Prepare the scalpel by putting a No. 10 blade in the handle. Have extra blades ready because they can dull during the treatment.
  • Hold the blade at a 45° angle, and start abrading the surface with precise movements in the opposite direction of hair growth. It is important to develop a pattern, such as starting at one side of the face and finishing at the other, to ensure that all areas are covered.
  • After the entire area has been treated, place a hydrating moisturizer and sunscreen on the skin to finish the treatment.
    If another peeling procedure will be used, ensure that you use extra caution; the peel will penetrate more deeply after you have removed the superficial layers of skin.

What the patient can expect?

There is no downtime associated with this procedure. The patient should be educated about the importance of using sunscreen to reduce the chance of hyperpigmentation. Dermaplaning can be done as often as every two weeks, although it is usually done when vellus hair starts to grow back, which is generally in one month’s time.
Contraindications

The only contraindications to dermaplaning include an allergy to nickel, numerous raised lesions on the skin and inflamed acne.

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Laser Treatments

Medically approved lasers can reverse the effects of sun and life exposure on the skin by, removing WRINKLES and creating new skin cells, the result healthier YOUNGER LOOKING SKIN. There are several laser treatments available, ask us which treatment will help you get the results you’re looking for.

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SCITON BBL™ BROADBAND LIGHT

BBL BroadBand Light is the perfect choice for a broad range of aesthetic procedures and non-invasive treatments in one system.

The innovative BBL™ module extends the versatility of the JOULE platform with one-of-a-kind flash lamp technology, interchangeable Smart Filters, Finesse Adapters, and precision thermoelectric cooling. BBL uses advanced dual-lamp technology with each lamp supplying half of the energy needed during treatment. This results in unsurpassed lamp lifetimes. Its broad range of wavelengths allow targeted treatment for many skin conditions without the need for additional handpieces. Its flexible Finesse Adapters enable treatment of hard to reach areas, producing evenly treated skin.

SCITON SKINTYTE

Available on the JOULE platform system or a standalone BBLs, SkinTyte II delivers uniform, targeted and deep heating to effectively coagulate soft tissue. Since there is no downtime, patients may resume their regular activities immediately following treatment. In addition, SkinTyte II offers fast, safe and effective treatments tailored for all skin types, making it the most cost-effective tissue heating device on the market.

SCITON PRO FRACTIONAL

ProFractional is Sciton’s solution for achieving excellent resurfacing results with minimal downtime. Unlike full field resurfacing which removes the entire surface area of a treatment site, ProFractional ablates narrow-diameter channels into the skin, covering a fraction of the total treatment area. This action initiates the body’s wound healing response, while leaving the surrounding tissue intact for rapid healing. The benefits of ProFractional include increased patient comfort, shorter healing times, and tunable results that can range from subtle to dramatic.

Medical Facial

Finding the right beauty routine for your unique skin is an essential first step towards healthier-looking skin. Sometimes, though, you may find that you need something else to help keep your skin looking its best.

Let our Estheticians customize a Medical Facial for you. We offer prescription strength skin care products in our treatments, to address your specific skincare needs. Your skin will look radiant and glowing.

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Hall and Wrye understands that each and every person that walks in our clinic is unique, and their skin is just as unique as they are. We customize our Medical Facial for each patient with his or her individual skin care goals and specific concerns in mind. Our experienced and highly trained clinicians will first and foremost listen to you. They will discuss what you are feeling and what your desired outcome is. Second, our clinicians thoroughly assess your skin and educate you on their findings, answering any questions you may have. Together you and your clinician design a customized medical facial to refine, repair, and rejuvenate your skin.

Is a Medical Facial Right For Me?

The Medical Facial provides a deep pore cleansing and is a great for those who may be acneprone or have congested skin. Dry skin, wrinkles, and deep facial lines associated with aging can also prosper from a Medical Facial.

A medical facial is great for all skin types. It is highly recommended for problem skin. It is customized to your skin concerns, so it is the perfect addition to your skin care regimen.

Micropeel

This is a skin care treatment that stimulates cell turnover through the application of an acid, depending on your skin type. This procedure addresses acne prone, hyperpigmented, and hypersensitive skin. Your skin may have a slight sunburn feel after the treatment, but will look healthier and more youthful after one treatment.

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MicroLaserPeel Skin Resurfacing

MicroLaserPeel is an intraepidermal laser peel that precisely ablates the outermost layers of the skin. This procedure is individually tailored to the nature of the skin condition to be corrected. Micro Laser Peel can successfully treat skin conditions such as: wrinkles, scars, acne scars, keratosis, or pigmentary problems. Because this procedure ablates deeper into the epidermis, Micro Laser Peel is the perfect step in between microdermabrasion and full skin resurfacing. Your provider will discuss with you detailed preand posttreatment information.

What is MicroLaserPeel?

A MicroLaserPeel removes a thin layer of damaged skin to improve texture and provide a more youthful appearance. It provides superior results because it can be administered with great precision of depth. The procedure is performed in your physician’s office and can be custom tailored to your specific skin conditions and desired outcome.

How does MicroLaserPeel work?

The MicroLaserPeel’s beam is scanned over a treatment area to remove a very thin layer of the skin. Removing the top layer eliminates some of the damaged cells that can give skin a tired, aged look. As the skin heals, fresh
cells grow and resurface the treated area. The result is healthier-looking skin, often with reduced wrinkles and
improved color evenness. Patients often say that it looks like their skin went from looking tired to vibrant.

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