The staff at Alaska Body Aesthetics strive not only to make clients look better, but also to make them feel better, too. Their menu of noninvasive aesthetic treatments focuses on enhancing mental as well as physical well-being. Nutritional counseling helps clients incorporate healthy habits to change their lifestyles for the better over time. High-tech services offer more immediate results: technicians can refresh aging or damaged skin with Fraxel laser treatments, or remove hair and skin lesions with intense pulsed light system.
The doctor also combats signs of aging with Botox and dermal fillers, and she helps patients enhance their body image with skin-contouring treatments and weight-loss programs. She and her team clear complexions with products such as SkinCeuticals and Obagi Medical.
Drs. Lauren Evans, Jacob Frank, and Kara Reynolds protect the power of sight at Wolf Eye Center. The trio of talented optometrists—who studied ocular disease during their residencies—cares for eyes with everything from standard eye exams to glaucoma treatments. In addition to caring for adult patients, the team of eye professionals also treats little ones, helping correct lazy eyes and outfitting budding athletes with sports goggles.
While the doctors detect disease and calibrate prescriptions, the center’s knowledgeable staff helps clients peruse a selection of frames from the likes of Gucci, Coach, and Vera Wang. Frames are filled with thin, high-index lenses or Transitions lenses, which shift from clear to tinted when exposed to sun or a pageant queen’s sequined evening gown.
A modernly geometric space lavished in cream and umber tones, Suddenly Beautiful's staff calls on their diverse expertise to trim excess volume from both locks and limbs. In private treatment rooms, technicians cloak patrons with one of seven body wraps, which aim to deduct 6–20 inches from all over the body. The salon's lavender walls and picture windows surround stylists as they infuse hair with products from Eufora, Matrix, and Moroccanoil, conjuring more strength and shine than a bodybuilding magic mirror. Massage by either licensed therapists or the warm water jets of hydrotherapy merge with specialized facials and tanning services to round out the pampering menu.
Practicing out of his state-of-the-art Eagle River location, Brett Keeler, DDS uses advanced technology to care for the teeth of children and adults. His expertise spans both general dentistry services and cosmetic treatments such as ClearCorrect invisible braces and chairside teeth whitening that eschews lasers in favor of fast-acting Opalescence gel. To restore cavity-ridden teeth, he offers fillings that, like any werewolf's household, are free of silver, and can custom-mill same-day crowns and veneers, thanks to a cutting-edge Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics (CEREC).
The oral specialists at Mint Dental treat mouths to a healthful exploration and maintain a calm, comfortable atmosphere for patients, with IV sedation available for those with dental jitters. A series of x-rays (a $169 value) reveal the innermost longings of shy molars, followed by a thorough examination of the premises by a skilled and friendly dentist (a $127 value). Chompers are then overhauled in a vigorous cleaning (a $123 value), ridding nooks and crannies of fugitive plaque and bacteria. After being polished to a shine, teeth and their owners are outfitted with a take-home whitening system with cozy trays and prescription-strength bleach (a $60 value) to ensure that cuspids are frequently mistaken for untoasted marshmallows. Offering Saturday appointments and after-hours emergency care, Mint Dental happily works with patients’ busy schedules of work and sea-monkey PTA meetings to keep pearly whites in top condition.
A familial knack for dentistry is obvious at Alaska Center for Dentistry, which was founded in 1977 by Dr. C. Michael Sage. In the ensuing decades, the clinic has grown into two locations that are home to a roster of experienced dental doctors and technicians, including Dr. Sage's son, Dr. C. Michael Sage Jr.—also a dentist. Kicking back in chairs with warm neck wraps and donning headphones, patients undergo a range of treatments, from cosmetic whitening procedures to routine examinations, screenings, cleanings, and tongue-reflex tests. Happy murmurs drift from kids, who stay entertained with engaging movies and toys while parents undergo exams and procedures.