Answers to your most frequently asked questions
- Weight Loss
Q: How long will it take to see results?
A: Results vary based on the effort you put forth and how closely you follow the program; however most people see results as soon as 4-6 weeks from inception*. Like most goals, losing weight depends on you and your desire to see the changes you desire.
*Individual results may vary
Q: What do the appetite suppressants do besides keep you from being hungry?
A: Many patients reported feeling like their metabolism was sped up, because they lost weight over time.
Q: Do I really need a prescription?
A: After your consultation with us, we can determine together if a Rx is needed for weight loss in your specific case. Everyone is different, so a lot of factors come into play.
Q: What are the different injections and what does each do?
A: Click here to see the answer.
Q: Is it painful?
A: If you can handle a normal shot at the doctor’s office, you can handle these! Many people get certain ones weekly, like the B12 shot for energy!
Q: What is the cost?
A: The injection range from $10 - $40 each, depending on which one you choose. Click here for prices on each specific one.
Q: What is a dietary supplement?
A: What a dietary supplement does and how it works varies greatly depending on the supplement itself. In general, supplements help the body maintain healthy nutritional levels while you lose weight. Find out full list of supplements and what they do here.
Q: How can I tell whether a supplement works?
A: The benefits of each supplement vary depending on the person. While some supplements aim to curb your appetite, others function to replace entire meals. Other natural supplements work to maintain levels of certain vitamins and nutrients. In general, you will know that a supplement is working if you feel absolutely normal. Remember, the goal of supplements is to maintain healthy levels of vitamins, nutrients, etc. while you lose weight. So if your level of energy and general feeling of health are normal, then your supplements are working.
Q: What supplements do I need?
A: The supplements you need depend entirely on the method of weight loss you are using. Contact us here in order to schedule a consultation to discuss what supplements may be best for you.
Q: What are the different supplements and cost of each?
A: Click here to see the list.
Q: Is Botox safe?
A: Because Botox is a nonsurgical procedure, the risks are much less severe compared to surgery. Botox injections are relatively safe, especially when performed by doctors with experience in Botox injections. To read about our team and their experience, click here.
Q: What are the side effects of Botox?
A: Some common side effects of Botox include minor swelling or bruising where the injection occurs, headaches and some flu-like symptoms.
Q: Does Botox hurt?
A: A Botox injection can hurt, but the injection site can be easily numbed by anesthetic cream or a simple cold pack. Additionally, the needles used for Botox injections are small enough that any pain is minimized.
Q: Does it paralyze the facial muscles? How much does it cost?
A: Answer to these and more questions can be found here.
Q: What results can I expect?
A: Individual results may vary depending on the person. Contact us for average numbers.
Q: Can Lipo-Light cause cancer?
A: No. There has never been any indication that the use of LED light to stimulate cells may cause cancer. However, clients with cancer should not be treated and instead should seek alternative medical treatment.
Q: What is lipo-light and how soon after starting do you see results?
A: Click here to see the answers.
- Juvederm and Voluma
Q: What is the difference between Botox and Juvederm?
A: While Botox targets underlying muscle activity that causes frown lines and wrinkles around the brow, Juvederm works to smooth wrinkles around the nose and mouth. Both target different areas and treat different symptoms.
Q: What are the side effects of Juvederm and Voluma?
Q: What do these do and what are they made with?
A: See the answer here.
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