The Totality Blog

Dare To Compare: Ultrasound Self-Pay Pricing

Need an ultrasound, but have a high deductible you haven't spent a dime on all year? Consider self-pay. At Totality, we offer a range of ultrasound exams at affordable prices. Our exams can often be scheduled same day, are completed by a credential sonographer with...

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ACP 2017

At Totality, we are committed to bringing you state-of-the-art vein treatments and staying up-to-date with the current knowledge base regarding vein care. During the week of November 1st, Dr. Santangelo and Steve Bernhardt, RDMS, RVT, RPhS, attended the American...

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What Are Spider Veins And Who Gets Them?

Spider veins are a group of dilated veins that appear close to the surface of the skin and look like spider webs or tree branches. They are usually red or blue. Although they can develop anywhere, they are most common on the legs and face. Spider veins are very...

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Learn About Cosmetic Fillers

The FDA defines cosmetic fillers as, "Soft Tissue Fillers, also known as injectable implants, dermal fillers, or wrinkle fillers are medical device implants approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in helping create a smoother and/or fuller...

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October Special Offer: Sclerotherapy $40/unit

During the month of October, Sclerotherapy will be offered at $40/unit when treatments are purchased by October 31, 2017. Once purchased, the treatments may be scheduled at your convenience.  All sclero treatments are provided by Connie Fogarty, RN.

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September SkinPen Special Offer

SkinPen is a skincare treatment that utilizes a technique called micro-needling to stimulate collagen production to improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, stretch marks, and hyper-pigmentation or age spots. Our special offer includes: 1 treatment...

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Reasons to Consider Varithena for Varicose Vein Treatment

Totality is the only vein care center in Oklahoma City that offers Varithena, the first FDA-approved, polidocanol, injectable foam for the treatment of varicose veins.  Varithena is a microfoam, that when injected into a diseased vein, fills and collapses it, and...

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Micro-needling Explained

Micro-needling, wow, that sounds frightening and painful, no? Actually, micro-needling is a medical technique that was first used by physicians in the 1950's, and became more widely used in the 1990's, to improve the appearance of scars.Micro-needling uses fine...

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July Aesthetic Special Offer: 50 % Off Laser Hair Removal

Purchase any laser hair removal package (6 sessions or more) and receive your package at 50% off the original price when purchased by July 31, 2017.  Bikini package $390, Brazilian package $600, Under Arm package $390, Lip package $240, Full Leg package $1500, Neck...

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SkinPen Explained

Connie Fogarty, RN explains SkinPen technology and it's treatment uses. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfSVisD-NZ0&t=24s

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Varithena Explained: Part 4 OAFP

Steve Bernhardt, RDMS, RVT, RPhS from Totality, Oklahoma's only accredited vein care center, explains the use of Varithena, a medical foam to treat varicose veins.   Watch...

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Totality awarded national accreditation

Totality is proud to announce that we are the first and only nationally accredited vein center in the state of Oklahoma.  The Intersocietal Accreditation Commission recognizes Vein Centers when they demonstrate they have met benchmarks for quality based on resources,...

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Glue to Seal Troublesome Veins

Totality offers a new FDA-approved cyanoacrylate adhesive to seal veins with badly functioning valves. It's a lot like super glue and works about as well inside the vein. This is a new technique that works without heat to close veins that cause leg swelling, aching...

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