Longevity Aesthetics & Laser Spa has two locations in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Dr. Darryl Robinson is the medical director. After earning his medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond, he joined the military and eventually became a Captain in the US Army. While there, he served an internship at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. After resigning his active duty commission, he completed a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. He then earned two fellowships from Baylor University in Texas and Saint Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma. Dr. Robinson has earned board certifications from both the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the American Board of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. He is a member of Oklahoma Sports Science and Orthopedics. Whether you are interested in laser skin rejuvenation or hormone replacement therapy, Dr. Robinson and his team of professionals can help you!
What Services Does Longevity Aesthetics & Laser Spa Provide?
Longevity Aesthetics & Laser Spa offers a large selection of skin care treatments and healthy aging treatments in Oklahoma City that include the following:
• Laser hair removal
• Vitamin cocktail injections
• Dermal fillers
• Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy
• Laser skin resurfacing
What is Laser Skin Rejuvenation?
Laser skin rejuvenation describes any kind of laser treatment used to make the client’s skin look younger. It includes skin resurfacing and skin tightening procedures. The Elos laser system combines a laser with radiofrequency energies. That combination gives it the advantage of versatility, and the practitioner can use it to treat conditions such as the following:
• Wrinkles and fine lines
• Sagging skin
• Dull or rough skin
• Enlarged pores
The Elos laser can both stimulate collagen production to tighten the skin and remove dead skin cells to unveil healthy, new skin.
What is the Halo Fractional Laser?
The Halo fractional laser is a hybrid laser that emits two wavelengths at the same time. One wavelength targets the epidermis, while the other penetrates more deeply. As a fractional laser, it doesn’t remove the entire layer of the epidermis. Instead, the laser emits discreet beams that each create a tiny channel in the client’s skin. The epidermal laser targets blemishes like age spots and scars, while the deeper laser stimulates collagen production. The “micro-channels” in the skin also stimulate the body’s healing process, so the treatment produces healthy, new skin cells.
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