Certified by the American Board of Surgery and an affiliate of seven surgery centers, Dr. Clayton A. Frenzel completed more than 2,000 surgical procedures during his training at some of the nation’s most competitive surgical programs, honing an expertise he now brings to his practice at Advanced Cosmetic Surgery. Aiming to put clients at ease, the personable Dr. Frenzel consults each patient one-on-one before performing cosmetic procedures such as breast or body surgery, facial rejuvenation, or postbariatric contouring, designed to remove loose skin after significant weight loss. Additionally, Frenzel and his team noninvasively enhance physiques through nonsurgical procedures ranging from Botox injections to chemical peels.
A small percentage of patients may not qualify for Invisalign or may require additional dental work prior to treatment. Additional fees may apply and will be discussed at the initial consultation.Orthodontist and certified Invisalign provider Dr. Bryan Hiller and Central Arkansas Orthodontic Associates restores order to unruly mouthscapes with complete Invisalign treatments for adults and teenagers. Invisalign straightens crooked chompers with a combination of highly advanced, 3-D computer graphics and the spells of old-fashioned orthodontia. The Invisalign process eschews cumbersome braces for clear, removable aligners that are virtually invisible to the unclothed eye. An initial 30-minute exam, which includes x-rays, photos, and molds of your mouth terrain, paves the way for a flurry of calibrated teeth sheaths that are designed to slowly shift walnut crackers into perfect alignment.
Shake Those Pounds, Shed the Weight Nutrition, and Drink & Shrink Nutrition open the door to healthier lifestyles by offering tasty foods and easily accessible fitness tools. Peruse a menu full of nutrient-packed shakes in fruity and decadently titled flavors, such as rice krispy treat, a cookies 'n' cream formula that blends milk, rice cereal, a half scoop of white chocolate pudding, and six mini marshmallows.
Pretty Little Things Tanning & Boutique's newly inaugurated shelves creak beneath a colorful parade of women's apparel and accessories alongside holiday-themed embellishments and décor. Patrons complete work ensembles with a women's blouse ($39.99) or practice a new signature walk in a pair of LA Idol women's jeans ($55.99). Feet fashionably shroud themselves in a pair of brown ankle boots ($43.99), and a ladies' handbag ($49.99) chicly totes day planners or timid litters of smaller handbags. Walls beam happily when festooned with accents ($9.99–$49.99) that include LSU flags and wooden picture frames, and hand-painted holiday wine glasses fill homes with festivity and tactfully indicate to listless Easter Bunnies that they have overstayed their welcome.
At a time when most kids are just excited to be playing outside, Sarah LeMoine was already thinking about her career. "By the time I was 10 years old, I told my mom I wanted to do hair," she remembers. By then she was no stranger to the necessity of salons; her mom got her hair done every eight weeks with the same stylist. "It was like a religion for her," LeMoine jokes.
At The Parlor Too, antique-style furniture allows clients to sit and relax in the reception area, which has the feel of a comfy front porch. LeMoine presides over a station generously stocked with Joico hair products and Wella color. Though she specializes in hair coloring, her true love is boosting her clients' confidence with tailored cuts that can give them a new lease on life or at least an excuse to update their driver's license photo. "It amazes me how much hair can change someone's personality and make them a better person," she says.
Oasis Salon and Spa's mane masters cultivate shinier coiffures with a Brazilian Blowout Zero treatment within a tranquil beauty house boasting beige walls and wood floors. During the 90-minute process, this plant-based bonding system seals hair with a protective protein layer, transforming it into more manageable head shrubbery that's quicker to blow-dry, easier to curl, and less accommodating to eagles looking for a place to hatch their young. After a post-treatment aftercare shampoo, clients can choose to leave their hair curly or have a seasoned stylist straighten it.
Supervised by a staff physician, Pretty Medical Spa's team of experienced aestheticians renovates weathered facades with top-notch products and a devotion to pore-sized details. During MegaPeel microdermabrasion, a delicate pen-sized wand frolics about skinscapes while spraying tiny crystals and suctioning away expired cells. Upgrading facial texture from “tree bark” to “Marvin Gaye,” the noninvasive procedure also minimizes the appearance of scars and fine lines and unveils a healthy, youthful glow.