Getting Started

I’m not sure which services I should start with. If I’ve never had anything cosmetic done to my face, where would I begin?

A great starting point is facials and light lasers along with medical grade skincare and SPF daily.  We also recommend coming in for a consultation, we can put together a full plan to meet all your aesthetic goals and budget.

Do you offer skincare consultations?

Yes, we have an Emage machine that does a full skin analysis, our trained esthetician will then discuss your results and put together a skincare regimen of products and treatments to help you reach your beauty goals.

What to expect during a consultation?

We will sit down with you and discuss all of your aging and skincare concerns.  We will then discuss different treatment options to address your specific needs and put a comprehensive plan together to get you looking and feeling your best.  If you don’t have any specific concerns and just want overall rejuvenation we can help with that too!

Can I get my treatment done at the time I have my consultation?

This depends on the treatment, most of the time we can make it work, especially if you express this when you schedule.  Most laser treatments we will not be able to do the same day.

What is the best way to schedule an appointment?

You can schedule an appointment by calling our front desk at 405-753-9600, or you can fill out a request appointment form and we will contact you.

Do you accept Care Credit?

No, we do not accept care credit at this time, but we do offer other payment options.  We offer Cherry Payment Plans.  Click here to learn more.

Do you ship products?

Yes, we have a full online boutique of all the products we carry, or you can call the office and we can get anything ready and shipped directly to you.

Got questions? Connect with us via email and we would love to get you the answers you seek or book your FREE consultation and we will answer all of your questions.

Fillers & Neurotoxins

How much does filler cost?

We offer many different types of fillers with the price ranging from $550-$750/syringe.  We offer complimentary consultations to decide which filler is best suited for you.

How much does Botox cost?

Botox is $12/unit, along with any rewards you receive from your Alle Program.

What is the best filler for cheeks?

This depends on the patient and the end goal, but usually a more structured, volumizing filler like Restylane Lyft, Restylane L, RHA 4, or Radiesse.

I am interested in laser hair removal.

We use the Clarity Laser for all of our hair removals.  To be a good candidate your hair needs to be dark and your skin needs to have minimal pigment.  Call to schedule a consultation today to see if it is right for you.

How long does swelling last for filler?

Everyone is different, swelling will usually subside after a few days, but we usually say give the filler about 2 weeks to fully settle in.

How long do neurotoxins last? What about fillers?

Everyone metabolizes things differently, but typically neurotoxins last 3-4 months.  Fillers are dependent of the type, patients metabolism, and where they are placed.  The average hyaluronic acid filler lasts anywhere from 9-24 months, we also offer more long term fillers ranging from 2-5 years.  Schedule your consultation today to see what is best for you.

I’ve heard injections and fillers hurt. Is that true?

We typically use topical numbing cream before most injections, this helps keep you comfortable during your treatment.

How would I know which injectable was right for me?

This is going to depend on a lot of variabilities, a few of those being your skin type, the area we are treating, your age and end goal.  Schedule your complimentary consult and we can go over everything we offer and put together a customized plan just for you. 


Will I bruise with my injections?

There is always a risk of bruising with any treatment involving a needle.  We try our hardest to not bruise you, but it can happen.  A few tips to help minimize your bruising risks.  

  • Avoid alcohol 5 days before
  • No blood thinning agents including NSAIDs, baby aspirin, fish oil, Vitamin E 5 days before appointment (unless medically indicated)
  • You can start taking Arnica supplements before the appointment.
How much downtime will I have after my treatment?

We offer a broad range of treatments; some have no downtime, others may have 2 weeks of downtime, and everything in between.


What’s the difference in a facial and a peel?

A facial is a relaxing treatment performed by our esthetician that’s basic steps consist of cleansing, exfoliating, and hydrating the skin.  Most of our facials will add to these basic steps and last 60 minutes.  A chemical peel is a chemical exfoliation of the outer layer of the skin that can be very light or more aggressive.  You will have more downtime with a chemical peel compared to none with a facial.  Both can be tailored to your skin type and specific concerns.  

FAQs By Age

I’m in my 20s and have never even had a facial. What should I do to take care of my skin?

The best thing to do at home would be good medical grade skincare and an SPF daily.  Adding a monthly facial or jet peel would be a great addition as well. 

I’m in my 30s and starting to see wrinkles. Is it too soon for Botox?

No, we normally recommend to start when you begin to see wrinkles. It is also used to help prevent wrinkles from getting worse. 

I’m in my 40s and starting to get age spots. What would treat those?

Medical grade skincare products daily and lasers that target pigment.  We have a number of lasers that can work for most skin types.

I’m in my mid-40s and my skin is starting to sag like that “bulldog look”. Can anything non-surgical be done about that?

Yes of course, we have a few options for that range from our Genius Pro Treatment which is radiofrequency with microneedling that will help lift and tighten skin to our lifting threads that help reposition the dermis and fat pads while stimulating collagen growth.  Schedule a consultation to see which is best for you.