The smile-savvy staff at Grace Dental maintains mouths in a friendly office that satisfies spines with its comfortable chairs. During the one-hour appointment, Dr. Thomas sojourns into facial caves in search of cavities, gum disease, and remnants of digested treasure maps. A set of bitewing x-rays reveals the depth of cavities or any other hidden issues at the sides of the mouth, and a panoramic x-ray snaps a shot of the entire oral underworld, revealing networks of roots and the positioning of teeth. A skilled hygienist then bathes teeth in a fountain of foam and floss, sloughing off plaque and clearing tongues of debris and memories of mispronounced words.
The epidermal advocates at Boone's Creek Medical––a physician-owned and operated center––reveal faces' most radiant aspects through microdermabrasion treatments. Visages recline as skin expert Selena Hoyle buffs away their outermost shell of dead and dehydrated skin cells, unveiling the luminous layer underneath. The 60-minute session leaves countenances visibly smoother, shrinks signs of acne and sun damage, and curtails the fine lines caused by smitten eyebrows that won't stop canoodling.
After working in operating rooms and urgent-care clinics for years, board-certified family nurse practitioner Wendy Wilgus decided to shift her focus toward aesthetic treatments. She sought training from Empire Medical Training and ultimately opened Prestige Aesthetics, where she performs Botox injections, dermal fillers, and sclerotherapy. However, she still shows the same concern for her patients' comfort as she did as a health-care provider, offering mobile treatments that can be scheduled at patients' homes.
Healing Waters Health Spa & Salon boasts a unique formula, but the secret ingredient is talent rather than an obscure essential oil or imported cleansing mud. The salon’s trio of massage therapists banishes bodily tension, subjugating it with light strokes or focused pressure. Estheticians work on whitening teeth, sculpting nails, or smoothing skin with organic facials. The skills of seven hair stylists and colorists round out the salon’s robust repertoire of services. The staff not only trims and colors hair, but also adjusts skin's hues with tanning and spray tanning.
The Zoom! whitening system is designed for safe, immediate shade-shifting results an average of 6 to 10 shades. This quick, nearly pain-free process lasts about two hours and involves the application of a scientifically formulated gel that activates under a specially designed Zoom! light. Guests can kick back and relax as the activated gel makes its way into teeth, targeting discolorations and transforming smiles from sparkling to most sparklingist. After a quick five-minute fluoride treatment, patients are fully armed with instant brightness that can last for years to come. Much like building a cubicle, the entire Zoom! process takes place in-office, which means all visitors are exempt from additional take-home whitening regiments; though, to remain at the pinnacle of pearliness, five out of five dentists recommend maintaining proper care.
Dr. Draper bolsters clinical savvy and an artistic eye with 20 years of experience as she and her staff augment appearances in a serene office. During the 30-minute glycolic peel, one of Dr. Draper's experienced skinsmiths exfoliates the outermost layer of the epidermis with an alpha-hydroxy acid, found in fruit and the more attractive vegetables, targeting sluggish cells to ramp up collagen production while controlling acne and fading fine lines and age spots. Minimally invasive SmartXide DOT CO2 therapy employs fractional lasers to resurface skinscapes with thousands of microscopic perforations. Ideal for sun-damaged, wrinkle-plagued, and acne-scarred visages, the laser hones in on specific treatment areas over the course of 90 minutes, promoting quicker healing time by reducing laser exposure. Dr. Draper offers medication to DOT patients to ease the discomfort of traveling back in time outside of the protective shell of a DeLorean DMC-12. Postprocedure, the epidermis may appear red, but the sunburn-like discoloration should fade within a few days.