Within the stylish and serene offices of Medical Aesthetics of Arlington, board-certified physician Dr. Rebecca Greco rehabilitates worn-down expression makers, personally performing all the center's nonsurgical cosmetic and dermatological procedures.
The aestheticians at True Beauty help clients put their best faces forward, devising custom facials that address the unique skincare needs of different men, women, and children through exfoliation and therapeutic masks. Clear-skin programs show clients how they can continue to improve their skin's condition at home when they're not busy realphabetizing their shoe collections.
A routine checkup can save a smile. It gives a dentist the chance to examine the outside and inside of teeth for any signs of hidden disease, decay, or Skittles. At Arlington Dental, the staff can rectify any problematic discoveries, from cleaning and filling up cavities to extracting teeth that can?t be saved. Custom veneers cover up chipped teeth, and implants ensure smiles are gap-free. The dentists also erase stains with their in-office teeth-whitening services.
At New Hope Health Care, Dr. Ricardo Tan marries the precepts of Eastern medicine with the exactitude of modern technology to revitalize patients with effective alternative treatments. Dr. Tan began studying various forms of holistic medicine 25 years ago, shortly after realizing the limitations of conventional medicine in his personal life. Presently, he specializes in cases that have proven unresponsive to standard medical approaches and injections of melted Get Well Soon cards. His health-care clinic offers a variety of natural and holistic treatments, such as acupuncture, homeopathy, detoxification, and skin-regenerating nonsurgical face-lifts.
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Jeannine Hoang and her staff of skin whisperers carefully wield a CoolSculpting applicator to freeze targeted fat cells and slim clients’ silhouettes. One session of the non-invasive, FDA-cleared treatment, featured on the Today Show in 2010, can reduce adipose tissue by an average of 20 percent without harming the surrounding tissue or creating long recovery times. Much like a macaroni sculpture that one builds during therapy, crystallized fat cells gradually come apart two to four months post-session, resulting in a trimmer figure that remains long after each visit.
Certified by the American Board of Surgery and an affiliate of seven surgery centers, Dr. Clayton A. Frenzel completed more than 2,000 surgical procedures during his training at some of the nation’s most competitive surgical programs, honing an expertise he now brings to his practice at Advanced Cosmetic Surgery. Aiming to put clients at ease, the personable Dr. Frenzel consults each patient one-on-one before performing cosmetic procedures such as breast or body surgery, facial rejuvenation, or postbariatric contouring, designed to remove loose skin after significant weight loss. Additionally, Frenzel and his team noninvasively enhance physiques through nonsurgical procedures ranging from Botox injections to chemical peels.