• Hair Restoration Therapy

    • Is PRP therapy painful?
      Discomfort during PRP therapy is usually minimal. Some patients may experience mild pain or discomfort during the blood drawing or injection process.
    • How many PRP sessions are required for noticeable results?
      The number of sessions can vary, but a series of treatments (usually 5-7 sessions spaced 4 weeks apart) is recommended for optimal results. Maintenance sessions may be advised as well.
    • When can I expect to see results from PRP therapy?
      Results vary, but some patients may start to see improvement in hair thickness and texture after 2-3 sessions of PRP therapy.
    • Are there any side effects of PRP therapy for hair restoration?
      Side effects are generally minimal. Some patients may experience mild swelling, redness, or bruising at the injection sites, but these effects typically subside quickly.
    • Is PRP therapy suitable for all types of hair loss?
      PRP therapy is often more effective for certain types of hair loss. Consult with our board-certified medical professionals to see if hair restoration therapy with PRP is suited for you.
    • Can PRP therapy be combined with other hair restoration treatments?
      Yes, PRP therapy can be combined with other treatments like topical medications or laser therapy for enhanced results. It's essential to discuss this with your provider.
    • How long do the effects of PRP therapy last?
      Results are not permanent, and maintenance sessions may be required to sustain the effects. The frequency of maintenance sessions can vary from person to person.
    • Is PRP therapy covered by insurance?
      PRP therapy for hair restoration is often considered a cosmetic procedure and may not be covered by insurance. Patients should check with their insurance provider for specific details.
    • How Much Does Hair Restoration Cost?
      The cost for hair restoration therapy varies based on the number of sessions needed to achieve desired results. One session of therapy costs $700. A series of 5 sessions costs $2,450 (discounted 30%).
    • Can I use Care Credit or my HSA Account?
      Yes. You can apply or use Care Credit to finance your hair restoration therapy. You can also use your health savings account (HSA) to pay for your treatments.
  • Microneedling and PRP

    • Is microneedling painful?
      A topical anesthetic is typically applied before the procedure to minimize discomfort. Most people report mild discomfort, similar to a light sunburn, during and after microneedling.
    • How long does a microneedling session take?
      The duration of a microneedling session can vary but is generally around 30 minutes to one hour, depending on the size of the treatment area.
    • How many microneedling sessions are needed?
      The number of sessions depends on individual skin concerns and goals. Typically, a series of three sessions spaced several weeks apart is recommended for optimal results.
    • What is the downtime after microneedling?
      The downtime is minimal. Patients may experience redness and swelling for a day or two, similar to a mild sunburn.
    • Are there any side effects of microneedling?
      Common side effects include redness, swelling, and mild discomfort, which usually subside within a few days. Serious side effects are rare when the procedure is performed by a qualified professional.
    • Who is a good candidate for microneedling?
      Microneedling is suitable for individuals with various skin types and concerns. A consultation with our board-certified medical professionals will help you determine if the procedure is suitable for you.
    • How long does it take to see results from microneedling?
      Results can vary, but most patients report improvements in skin texture and tone after the first session. Collagen production continues, and optimal results are typically seen in the weeks and months following the treatment series.
  • Dermal Fillers

    • What are dermal fillers?
      Dermal fillers are injectable substances used to add volume, reduce wrinkles, and enhance facial contours. They are commonly composed of materials like hyaluronic acid or collagen.
    • How long do dermal fillers last?
      The duration varies depending on the type of filler used. Generally, results can last anywhere from several months to over a year, but individual experiences may vary.
    • Are dermal fillers safe?
      When administered by a qualified and experienced practitioner, dermal fillers are generally considered safe. However, like any medical procedure, there are potential risks and side effects. It's crucial to choose a reputable provider. At Glo & Glam MedSpa, our providers are board-certified and highly trained in aesthetics.
    • What areas can be treated with dermal fillers?
      Dermal fillers are commonly used to treat areas such as nasolabial folds, marionette lines, lips, cheeks, and under-eye hollows.
    • Is the procedure painful?
      Discomfort is usually minimal, and many dermal fillers contain a local anesthetic to enhance comfort during the procedure. Some redness or swelling may occur temporarily.
    • How long does the procedure take?
      Dermal filler injections are typically quick, often taking less than an hour. The exact duration depends on the areas being treated and the number of injections.
    • What is the downtime after the procedure?
      Most people can resume their regular activities immediately after dermal filler injections. However, some may experience mild swelling or bruising, which usually resolves within a few days.
    • Can dermal fillers be reversed?
      Some hyaluronic acid fillers can be reversed with an enzyme called hyaluronidase if necessary. It's important to discuss this option with your practitioner.
    • Who is a good candidate for dermal fillers?
      Good candidates are generally in good health and have realistic expectations. Pregnant or breastfeeding women and individuals with certain medical conditions may not be suitable candidates.
    • How much do dermal fillers cost?
      The cost varies based on factors such as the type and amount of filler used. During a consultation, your provider can provide an estimate based on your specific needs. One syringe of filler can range from $675 - $800.
    • Can I combine dermal fillers with other treatments?
      Yes, dermal fillers can be combined with other cosmetic procedures like neurotoxins, chemical peels, or LED treatments to achieve more comprehensive results.
    • How often should I get dermal filler treatments?
      The frequency of treatments depends on the type of filler used and individual factors. Your practitioner will provide guidance on when to schedule follow-up appointments for maintenance.
  • Injections

    • What areas can be treated with Neurotoxins?
      Neurotoxins are commonly used to treat wrinkles on the forehead, between the eyebrows (frown lines), and around the eyes (crow's feet). It can also be used to treat other areas of the face and neck, such as the chin and neck bands.
    • How long does a Neurotoxins treatment take?

      A neurotoxins treatment typically takes about 20 to 30 minutes, depending on the size of the treatment area.

    • Do Neurotoxin injections hurt?
      Most people report that neurotoxin injections are relatively painless. However, you may feel a slight pinch or sting during the injection.
    • When will I see results after an injectable treatment?
      You will often notice results of an injectable treatment between 24 - 48 hours after treatment. At that point, you will begin to see softening of wrinkles or smoother skin.
    • How long do the results of a Neurotoxin treatment last?
      The effects of a neurotoxins treatment typically last 3 to 6 months. However, this can vary depending on the individual and the treatment area.
    • Are there any precautions I should take before getting Neurotoxins?
      Before getting neurotoxins, you should inform your doctor of any medications you are taking, as some medications can interact with neurotoxins. You should also avoid alcohol and blood thinning medications in the days leading up to your treatment. Full instructions will be provided to you when you are scheduled for treatment.
  • Memberships

    • Do I get free services as a member?
      Yes. Members are eligible to redeem one service from category A and one service from category B of their respective membership plan. Platinum members also get complimentary skinny shots (lipo-b12).
    • Can I redeem my monthly services the same day I become a member?
      Yes, Once a membership is purchased and activated, service credit(s) for the month are added to your account. Upon check-out, those credits will be applied to your visit.
    • Is there a penalty for terminating my membership?
      No. We have a 60-day notice policy to terminate your membership.
    • Can I freeze my account and retain service credits earned?
      Yes, you can freeze your account once every 12 months for up to 3 months. There is a one-time $50 fee to freeze your account. After 3 months freeze, membership charges resume.
    • Can I upgrade or downgrade my membership?
      Yes. All upgrade membership requests will be processed effective the next billing cycle. We have a 60-day policy to downgrade your membership. All notices must be done by email. No refunds or mid-billing period changes can be made.
    • What happens if I do not redeem my services for a particular month?
      Monthly service credits carry over to future periods and can be redeemed as long as member is in good standing and membership is active.
    • Can I share my monthly services with family or friends?
      Yes. You can request to transfer monthly services to other guests. However, once transferred, you are unable to transfer them back.
    • Are all retail skin care products eligible for membership discounts?
      Yes. All retail skin care products are eligible for membership discount.
    • Can I change the scheduled billing date?
      Yes. All billing date changes must be submitted in writing.
    • Can I pay cash for my membership fees?
      No. All memberships must be set up for automatic payment using a credit or debit card.