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As a board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Sonya F. Campbell Johnson not only addresses ailments of the skin, hair, and nails, but she also performs cosmetic treatments that whittle years off of faces and treat bodily imperfections. Armed with an arsenal of high-tech equipment and quality skincare products, she battles clients' acne and wrinkles with noninvasive lasers, and she can also use those lasers to zap away unwanted hair and veins. Beauty injections smooth out facial furrows or plump up thinned lips or tonsils, and chemical peels and microdermabrasion treatments uncover clearer, younger-looking complexions.

931 E 86th St
Indianapolis,
IN
US

Dr. Tavel Family Eye Care has provided Indiana families with an extensive array of high quality yet affordable eye care products and services since 1940. Our team offers the best in eye care and eye wear…and that’s a promise from the doctor®.

2839 Lafayette Rd
Indianapolis,
IN
US

Specializing in a variety of nonsurgical and surgical beauty-bolstering procedures, the Gillian Institute for Plastic, Aesthetic, and Laser Surgery people attain aesthetic goals both big and small. The SkinTyte facial treatment uses pulsed light to deeply heat skin while cooling and protecting the entire treated surface area, stimulating collagen production and leading to a firmer, tighter skull covering. The glow-endowing treatment is effective for all skin types, including dry, oily, and stegosaurus, though most people's skins require four treatments to achieve maximum results. Immediately after your SkinTyte procedure, you can return to normal activities, be they shucking pistachios or cat nannying.

8455 Clearvista Pl
Indianapolis,
IN
US

The board-certified doctors at Genesis Medical Center soothe skeletons by incorporating natural methods of treatment and respecting the self-healing ability of the human body. Neuro-musculoskeletal pain flees after an initial 30–45 minute chiropractic exam that demonstrates how spines distinguish humans from preop flatworms awaiting vertebrae implants. Licensed chiropractic specialists get to the root of the problem rather than simply treating pesky symptom branches. Therapists knead away achy nuisances with a therapeutic 30-minute massage that releases tension, pummels pain, and frees the mind from the perpetual jabber of Cabbage Patch Dolls that dominate the stream of human consciousness. Patients leave with better posture and more aerodynamic skeletons.

2001 W Washington St
Indianapolis,
IN
US

Though Kathy Vanderveen enjoyed her 18 years spent working as a beauty teacher at a local college and a specialist at high-end spas, she never stopped dreaming of opening up a shop of her own. Determined to bring her fantasy to fruition, Kathy gathered a staff of specialists and created Me,Me,Me! Manicures. There, Kathy can focus on her true passion—mani-pedis—as her staff administers professional waxing and eyelash extensions.

Kathy's spa is a tranquil cocoon of sea-green walls, where clients recline on cushy white beds, plush sofas, and overstuffed armchairs. Soft light streams in through billowy curtains, causing the silver furniture to sparkle. Throughout the space, framed pictures proclaim inspirational messages—cheerful adages that you might find crocheted on a pillow or tattooed across the bicep of an unexpectedly sensitive truck driver.

8936 Southpointe Dr
Indianapolis,
IN
US

Licensed chiropractor and acupuncturist Robert W. Ferguson starts each of his treatments with a simple goal: to exceed expectations. This goal has remained the driving force behind his work throughout a career that spans two decades, and it has left its mark on his practice at Chiropractic Therapeutics & Rehabilitation. With his patients in mind, Dr. Ferguson built the practice around knowledgeable staffers, up-to-date medical technologies, and a menu of safe, effective services. His noninvasive treatments—which range from acupuncture to auricular therapy, or ear reflexology—work to relieve pain that results from day-to-day activities, such as typing on computers and angrily hurling computers out the window.

1717 W 86th St
Indianapolis,
IN
US