WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., Nov. 10, 2016 – Restoration MedSpa announced this week that Marisa Faircloth, PA-C, will be the first licensed in the Triad to offer a new filler threading facelift technique. One of only 500 practitioners world-wide licensed to perform Arque Derma®, Faircloth says that adding the new non-invasive treatment option comes as her practice celebrates its first birthday this month.
“It’s a great gift to be able to offer my patients this new option that can lift the entire face without costly and invasive surgery,” says Faircloth. “The patented technique delivers FDA approved and well-established dermal fillers in an entirely new way.”
Unlike conventional dermal filler methods that “fill up” wrinkles, the technique targets the structural support of the face by reaching in to bring sunken volume to its original position (much like the frame-work supports a building).
“I think it’s the perfect combination of art and engineering,” says Faircloth about the new procedure. “It also uses less filler, stimulates collagen and actually lasts longer than traditional treatments– it’s truly genius.”
The idea behind the artistic restoration lift is the strategic shaping that uses an arching technique. Instead of pools of filler, it provides columns that lift the skin across and up, while redirecting it into a more youthful position.
“It puts things back where they were, so patients get a more natural and youthful appearance,” says Faircloth. “It’s dramatic, and it even stimulates collagen.”
Restoration MedSpa is providing an open house event in celebration of its first birthday this Friday, Nov. 11, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. It’s located at 250 Executive Park Blvd. Winston-Salem.
“It’s a free community event, and we’d love to see old and new faces,” says Faircloth.
“We’ll be serving refreshments and giving away free gifts and chances to win free services. Plus, it will be the perfect time to learn more about the Arque Derma technique.”