The Totality Blog

Why Do This, Consider Latisse

Are you wearing false eyelashes because your own have become thin and sparse? Consider Latisse. Latisse, is the only FDA approved medication that helps to grow eyelashes longer, fuller, and darker. Clinical studies have demonstrated 106% fuller eyelashes after 16...

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Which Compression Stockings Are Right For Me?

People consider wearing compression stockings for different reasons, from relieving leg swelling caused by standing on their feet all day at work, to helping prevent a potentially life-threatening condition like Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT). For whatever reason you are...

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Want to know more about SkinPen?

Learn more about SkinPen here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfSVisD-NZ0&t=17s, from Connie Fogarty, RN. And remember, SkinPen treatments are $299 per treatment when purchased by September 28,...

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SEPTEMBER SPECIAL OFFER

Acne scars, fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, age-spots? Try SkinPen! This month, all SkinPen treatments are $299 each when purchased by September 28th.

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BOTOX FLASH SALE!!!

Thursday, August 2nd only, call or come by the office to purchase Botox for $8.50/unit and then schedule your treatment at a later date at your convenience. (405)739-6596

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Spider Veins Before and After Sclerotherapy

Have ugly spider veins that have you wearing pants on a 100 degree summer day? Sclerotherapy may be your answer. Sclero is a non-surgical procedure that uses a sclerosing agent injected directly in the veins to seal and close them off. If you are interested in...

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Spider Veins: Cosmetic or Problematic?

Spider veins are those tiny red, blue, or purple veins that often appear on our legs and ankles as we age. In most cases, spider veins are a cosmetic issue that is easily treated with sclerotherapy. However, it is important, especially if they cause aching, heavy, or...

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Spider Veins?

Sclerotherapy is a non-surgical procedure used to treat varicose and spider veins. Although we usually use sclerotherapy on the legs, it can be used virtually anywhere on the body where unsightly veins appear. During a sclerotherapy treatment session, solutions are...

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3 Years or 5 Days? Which Would You Choose?

FIVE DAYS. After dealing with a painful leg wound for 3 YEARS, once the proper diagnosis was made and this man's problematic, diseased vein was treated with Varithena, his wound began to heal immediately! When small valves in the lower leg fail, blood cannot be...

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What’s the Difference? Vein Treatments in Brief

At Totality, we utilize 4 types of treatments to ablate (seal or close) varicose veins. They are: VenaCure EVLT (laser ablation), Venefit (radiofrequency ablation), and Varithena (chemical ablation), and Venaseal (medical adhesive ablation).  Both laser and...

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March is DVT Awareness Month: What You Should Know

What is Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)? When a blood clot forms in the deep veins of the body, it is called deep vein thrombosis, or a DVT. DVT occurs most commonly in the legs; although it can occur anywhere in the body, such as the veins in the abdomen, or around the...

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Venous Leg Ulcer?

A venous skin ulcer is a shallow wound that occurs when the leg veins don't return blood back toward the heart the way they should. This is called venous insufficiency. These ulcers usually form on the sides of the lower leg, above the ankle and below the calf. Venous...

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