The friendly professionals at Beverly Hills Health Center dedicate themselves to promoting overall well-being in clients through an array of health-bolstering services. Colon-hydrotherapy sessions aim to nix impacted waste, with benefits that include combating bad breath, tempering indigestion, and relieving headaches. After the treatments, which average about 45 minutes, clients tend to feel less fatigued, move more freely, and break dance more convincingly. Infrared-sauna treatments are available to supplement the hydrotherapy, enveloping the body in rays that penetrate the skin with up to 1.5 inches of depth. The saunas release toxins through the skin, thereby cleansing the system and buoying whole-body health. Detoxifying foot spas have much the same effect, drawing toxins through the feet, and the staff's trained nutritionist can help prevent toxins from entering the body in the first place. Additionally, Zerona treatments amplify health by eliminating adipose fatty tissue without surgery or wounds.
Visitors to Beneveda's salt room enter with wizened lungs and leave with breath-balloons bursting with praise for the center's practitioners and philosophy of comprehensive medicine. The restorative effects of breathing salinated oxygen were first observed by European salt miners, who noticed a marked improvement in the breathing of their canaries. According to Beneveda, salt-mine air is rich in negative ions, which it says can improve chronic ear, nose, and throat ailments; allergies; and overdrawn positive-ion balances. Three 45-minute sessions in Beneveda's therapeutic microclimate aim to alleviate symptoms of respiratory ailments and the consequences of maintaining a throat-length tar-luge track.
Signature Service: Cosmetic Dermatology
Brands Used: Botox, Juvederm, Voluma, Restylane
Minimum Age Requirement: 18
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking garage
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Pro Tip: Rodeo Drive Cosmetic Dermatology is part of Rodeo Drive Women's Health Center in the Penthouse
Do you use any products or brands you're particularly proud of? What makes them uniquely effective?
We use Botox and Juvederm--the most popular and well-studied cosmetic injectables.
What is one fun, unusual fact about your business?
Jodi Jett, Cosmetic Dermatology Physician Assistant, prides herself as being an expert injector who is trusted by celebrities.
What's the most common beauty mistake you see people make? What would you recommend they do instead?
They focus only on specific lines or wrinkles versus taking in their faces as a whole and working towards achieving a refreshed, youthful and natural look. I recommend we look at all of the signs of aging, such as fine lines, large pores, volume loss in the cheeks and sun damage and [then making] a plan to address each issue.
Dr. David Mashhadian received his training in general and maxillofacial surgery at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in his home state of New York. Now settled in Southern California, he relies on his years of experience as he artfully reshapes bodies at Rodeo Surgical Art. His techniques include endoscopic brow lifts and breast implants that go in through the belly button so as to minimize scarring.
When not enhancing features in Beverly Hills, Dr. Mashhadian has been known to volunteer his time and surgical talents with the Thousand Smiles Foundation in Mexico, an organization that provides treatment to those with upper jaw and facial deformities.
The head of Avosant Clinic, plastic surgeon Dr. Daniel Golshani, has won myriad awards. Some are for his compassion, some for his popularity with patients, and some for his surgical skill, which makes him one of the top surgeons in America. He helms facelifts, liposuction, and breast augmentation treatments, but he and his team even beautify clients even when they're not in the operating room. At their clinic's med-spa, they lend faces a youthful look with Botox injections and laser resurfacing, rather than by tattooing a cartoon baby on each cheek.
866-866-Feet.com's Dr. Sean Ravaei knows about all there is to know about feet and ankles, having performed more than 6,000 surgical procedures during his career. He is certified by the American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics, licensed to practice in four different states, and is currently the chief of foot and ankle surgery at Beverly Hills Physicians. Dr. Ravaei uses the latest laser technology to combat toenail fungus and warts and has advanced training in the treatment of conditions such as hammertoes, athlete?s foot, and bunions caused by trying to squeeze back into bronzed baby shoes.