A beautiful face is hard to forget, like a catchy tune or a dog in cutoff jean shorts. Make a lasting impression with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for one hydrating DermaSound facial (up to a $100 value)
- $135 for three hydrating DermaSound facials (up to a $300 value)
During the DermaSound facial, low-frequency ultrasound waves clear away oil and dirt to reveal a softer, fresher complexion. An ultrasonic peel helps diminish fine lines and redness, and can also aid in the absorption of moisture and nutrients.
Vincent Surgical Arts
Some high-profile people have trusted their faces to Dr. Drake Vincent of Vincent Surgical Arts. Former Miss USA Gretchen Jensen, for example, asked the doctor to help her curb signs of aging with a minimally invasive SwiftLift treatment—a 90-minute outpatient procedure that helps tighten the lower-face and neck skin. And though you're probably more used to hearing them than seeing them, Fisher and Peggy of Today's 106.5 morning show look more youthful and refreshed after visits to Dr. Vincent's facility. The doctor removed fat from Fisher's upper and lower eyelids and from beneath his chin and performed lifting procedures on Peggy's brow, eyelids, and lower face.
Patients turn to Dr. Vincent because of his charm and genuine warmth, but it's his extensive training that gives them peace of mind. After earning a doctor of dental medicine degree, Dr. Vincent went on to medical school and became dually board certified in full-body cosmetic surgery and maxillofacial surgery. He trains other surgeons via an accredited general cosmetic-surgery fellowship within his cutting-edge center, which is certified by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care. The clinic's separate air circulation, HEPA filters, and continuously monitored recovery room keep patients comfortable, though many just come in for outpatient med-spa treatments, such as laser hair removal and skincare services. A regal atmosphere permeates the space, with Roman-style statues and paintings reminiscent of the palace where Julius Caesar's extratight laurel wreath served as the first face-lifting device.