Laser Essential's specialized aesthetic procedures begin and end with the staff: board-certified MDs and certified laser technicians, who have been trained in both skincare and laser technology. They get help, however, from technology, using Candela and Syneron equipment to address a wide range of skin issues. They slay unwanted body hair with laser hair reduction, and work to improve complexions with treatments that combat acne and diminish the signs of aging, such as sagging skin, age spots, and wrinkles. To address these types of blemishes, the techs use laser facial peels, photofacials, and laser skin tightening, to name a few. They also offer Botox and other dermal fillers, which can minimize the appearance of wrinkles, ensuring clients will never be confused for a shar-pei.
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. St. Surin-Lord has learned much since her days as a pharmaceutical sales representative for Merck and National Institutes of Health (NIH) Research Fellow during medical school. Now, after years of dermatology training at Howard University and completing a surgery fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh, she applies her encyclopedic knowledge of skin conditions to treat concerns that range from pimples to cancer. She extends this cosmetic expertise to patients in the form of dermal fillers, laser hair removal, and pigment alterations and also shares it with other dermatologists as a professor at Howard University.
RejuvenaseMD's medical aestheticians and laser technicians employ the latest advancements in cosmetic technology to take traditional day-spa treatments to the next level. The Medical Director oversees the team as they combat signs of aging using a variety of nonsurgical techniques. Laser light energy can rid the body of everything from unwanted stubble and tattoos to fungal nail infections and common blemishes, such as fine lines and age spots. Additionally, the technicians can use a combination of radio frequency and heat energy to improve skin tone by stimulating collagen production and minimizing the appearance of cellulite on limbs, torsos, or auras. Injectable services, including Botox and spider vein-shrinking sclerotherapy, complete the menu of advanced cosmetic services.
Clients can visit BlueInGreen for an EKG or vaccination, or even to treat a common cold. Dr. Poochikian, an internal-medicine specialist, oversees the health clinic, but he also puts his scientific knowledge to work with a slew of aesthetic services.
Dr. Poochikian's team of certified aestheticians operates an arsenal of advanced technology, including an Image Pro II, used for comprehensive skin analysis, and a laser system, used for everything from hair removal to spider-vein treatments. The crew also performs conventional facials and anti-aging treatments and crafts custom weight-management programs. BlueInGreen also combines its pursuits of heath and beauty via Yin yoga classes, which use slow poses to build body awareness and empathy for statues.
Samir Neimat, MD, is a veteran voyager of the circulatory system. Since gaining his board certification in thoracic and cardiovascular surgery in 1976, he has mended more than 7,000 open hearts and earned recognition as one of Washingtonian magazine's top doctors and darts players for 16 consecutive years. Through The Vein Clinic of Washington, Dr. Neimat circulates his talent through the treatment of varicose veins, spider veins, and venous diseases. He observes methods as diverse as foam therapy, sclerosant injections, and laser treatments.
Center for Vein Restoration has recruited a staff of highly accredited surgeons and licensed medical staffers across 20 locations in Maryland, Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia, all focused on offering minimally invasive, same-day outpatient clinical solutions that target varicose veins and spider veins. Board-certified doctors on staff are trained to treat patients who suffer from leg pain and other symptoms of varicose veins. While spider veins?which are typically a cosmetic blight?may be treated with sclerotherapy, varicose veins often require a more involved treatment, such as laser ablation?an outpatient surgical procedure. Aiming to make treatments as minimally invasive as possible, the doctors on staff can also prescribe lifestyle changes for less serious cases, which may include following exercise and nutrition plans or wearing compression stockings.