Evoke in New York
What Is Evoke?
Evoke is an innovative non-invasive solution designed specifically to target facial tissue. It is a quick and easy non-surgical alternative to remodel your face, chin, and jaw line.
Treatments are customized and tailored to address your specific needs so the end result is a natural younger looking appearance without downtime.
How Does Evoke Work?
Evoke leverages clinically proven radiofrequency technology to deliver volumetric heating to the skin’s subdermal layers. By directly addressing the jowls and chin, Evoke can help you achieve more defined facial characteristics.
Evoke was created and based on the development and clinical success of the proprietary A.C.E. (Acquire, Control and Extend) technology. A.C.E. technology targets deep within the skin to ensure that no areas are under, or over-treated, thereby maximizing results and providing consistent outcomes.
How Safe Is the Treatment?
Evoke is recommended for patients who are seeking non-invasive facial remodeling treatments. Evoke can improve blood circulation and will provide a natural looking younger facial appearance. It is a very safe and effective procedure that can be used on all skin types and skin tones.
Evoke is designed with a Patient Call Button so you can easily pause your treatment at any time and have clinic staff make adjustments to ensure your comfort.
Does the Evoke Treatment Hurt?
Most clients find Evoke very comfortable. During your treatment you can expect a warming of your skin similar to a hot stone massage. It is a quick and painless treatment that can be done over lunch time. You will be able to sit upright and can surf the internet, read a book, or watch TV while treatments to restore youth are being performed.
How Many Sessions Are Recommended?
Your practitioner will recommend the optimal number of sessions to be performed based on your personal objectives. Treatment times and frequency will be specifically tailored to obtain the optimal results. You will begin to see gradual improvements in the treatment area following your first few sessions.
What Kind of Post Procedure Care Is Required?
There is absolutely no recovery period or downtime associated with Evoke. It is a quick and painless treatment that can be done over your lunch time, allowing you to return to your normal activities immediately. Allow NY Center for Aesthetic and Laser Dentistry the chance to help you achieve your ideal goals. Schedule your consultation today.
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A cavity is a small hole that forms inside the tooth because of tooth decay. Cavities are formed when plaque buildup on the outside of the tooth combines with sugars and starches in the food you eat. This produces an acid that can eat away the enamel on your tooth. If a cavity is left untreated, it can lead to more serious oral health problems. Cavities can be prevented by remembering to brush your teeth at least two times a day and floss between teeth at least once.
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Children, teens, and adults should all see the dentist for a regular checkup at least once every six months. Patients who are at a greater risk for oral cancer or gum disease may be required to see the dentist more than just twice a year. Your doctor will help determine how often you should visit the dentist for regular checkups.
Your teeth may feel fine, but it's still important to see the dentist regularly because problems can exist without you knowing. Your smile's appearance is important, and your dentist can help keep your smile healthy and look beautiful. With so many advances in dentistry, you no longer have to settle for stained, chipped, missing, or misshapen teeth. Today's dentists offer many treatment choices that can help you smile with confidence, including:
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- Endodontics (root canals)
- Oral and maxillofacial (including pathology, radiology, and surgery)
- Orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics
- Periodontics (gum disease)
- Prosthodontics (implants)
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- Loose teeth, or loss of teeth
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- Abscessed teeth