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Nourish and Revitalize Your Skin With Cell Therapy

Choose a celebrity, any celebrity. What’s the first thing that comes to mind? For many people, it’s a famous face with glowing, velvet-smooth skin. A wonderfully improved complexion is possible for you, too, with cell therapy. This cutting-edge procedure combines nature and science to nourish and revitalize your skin. 

Mitra Tahvildarian, PhD, CFMP, AGNP, known to her patients as “Dr. T,” is proud to be a part of the warm and compassionate team at Sargon Dental. She’s a trusted and skilled caregiver who advocates for advances in skin care that benefit as many people and skin types as possible — including cell therapy. 

Cell therapy explained

Cell therapy is another name for the DNA CryoStem Skin Therapy System, our skin care system that rebuilds the bonds in your skin at a cellular level. Using a bioengineered, stem cell-based formula that contains the components required for natural skin cell renewal and overall rejuvenation, we soften signs of aging with a DermaPen®.

The in-office procedure functions much like microneedling, but it provides even more benefits. For best results, make sure that you attend every session Dr. T recommends for you. Skin care isn’t a sprint; it’s a marathon, and consistency is key. 

Why cell therapy?

Cell therapy provides what your skin needs on a cellular level to stay nourished and to keep nurturing the reproduction of fresh skin cells. As your skin absorbs the signature serum created specifically to support skin in all of its functions, cells are revitalized and become healthier and stronger. 

Our cell therapy serum is created from top-quality ingredients, including:

Our cell therapy treatments stay viable through a special process that freezes the beneficial cell material at its most potent state. All cell material is properly sterilized for a safe, hygienic treatment every time. Over the course of your treatments, your skin begins to improve itself by rebuilding and repairing damage.

The DermaPen works by creating rows of microscopic puncture wounds on your skin with tiny, sterile needs. As this small device passes over your skin, the healing serum is injected into the deeper levels of skin to be absorbed directly.

Cell therapy addresses some of your skin’s biggest concerns:

The serum stimulates the production of collagen and elastin — two structural proteins produced naturally in skin that keep skin firm. The result is luminous skin whose most basic and important needs have been balanced with the combination of Dr. T’s in-office treatment and the products she recommends to you. 

Get ready for beautiful skin  

After completing your treatment series, Dr. T works with you on a skin care routine to boost and maintain your beautiful new results. Even if you have preferred products, Dr. T suggests the best products available to keep your renewed skin fresh. Ask her about additional products that can help your skin to stay soft and supple.

After any skin treatments, make sure to apply sunscreen regularly before going outside. Protecting your skin from the damaging rays of the sun is always a priority. 

If you’re ready to renew your skin and see how powerful results can change your life, call us for a cell therapy consultation or book an appointment with us online.

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