Dedicated to relieving the hair-loss woes of men and women alike, Invisions’ medical team fertilizes scalps with methods that combine tried-and-true pharmaceutical treatments with cutting-edge medical technologies. Alongside surgical transplants and chemical solutions such as Rogaine, the specialists provide nonsurgical replacement pompadours and high-tech, low-temperature laser treatments.
Amid NOVA—Natural Organic Vital Anti-Aging—Spa's warm saffron-and-gold color scheme, wood floors, and Far Eastern art and pottery, its licensed aestheticians accomplish pampering skincare services. They smooth faces using nonsurgical face-lifts, and licensed massage therapists foster tranquility with Swedish and deep-tissue bodywork. Pain-relieving and skin-rejuvenating steam therapy rounds out the spa's indulgent treatments.
Having practiced medicine for more than 25 years, board-certified Dr. Maria O'Brien wisely presides over the laser- and light-based cosmetic treatments at Millennium Med Cosmetics. Her gentle treatments require no anesthesia, whether she's tightening skin with infrared rays, clearing away hair with a laser, or flipping on a light switch to reveal that you're already totally hairless. Dr. O'Brien also performs Botox and Juvéderm treatments and runs medically supervised weight-loss programs.
Patients meet with cosmetic surgeon Dr. Harold E. Beam amid the contemporary décor of his office or the tranquil setting of his med spa to plan surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures. Using brands such as Obagi Medical and Skinceuticals, aestheticians soften surfaces and address imperfections through facials, peels, dermaplaning, and microdermabrasion. A collection of injectables reduces signs of aging and augments facial features, helping lips reach their full capacity or eyebrows raise in the least judgmental manner.
Sunny Waitze, M.D. and fellow of the American College of Surgeons, oversees Pomperaug Plastic Surgery, where clients receive a variety of surgical and med-spa treatments for their skin and body. Services range from breast modifications to noninvasive skin rejuvenation intended to increase collagen and tightness.
At The Laser Vein Center of Connecticut, vascular surgeon Dr. Richard Margules, MD, FACS, draws upon 32 years of experience to treat spider and varicose veins with a variety of techniques. As a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and an assistant clinical professor of surgery at University of Vermont, Dr. Margules is uniquely qualified to assess venous issues and recommend the appropriate course of action. His expertise has helped bring relief to marathon runners, landscapers, living statues, and other people who are always on their feet. Techniques that include everything from compression stockings to minimally invasive laser therapy ensure he can find a treatment option to suit any lifestyle.