At Laser Centers of North Dallas, a team of experienced, certified laser technicians aid clients with tattoo removal and other laser services. A powerful YAG laser breaks up subsurface ink during tattoo-removal sessions, and technicians also harness beams to perform scar reduction, toenail-fungus reduction, and age-spot and pigmentation removal.
The experts at Southwest Spine Center help clients improve their overall health. After accurately diagnosing a problem, they can treat various conditions with services such as acupuncture, spinal-decompression therapy, and laser body sculpting. Some of the center’s other alternative treatments include massage therapy and chiropractic adjustments.
Dollface Esthetics is a one-woman operation, in that its owner treats only one woman at a time. She schedules one-on-one appointments, giving her undivided attention to her customers as she applies facials, performs body wraps, or waxes unwanted hair. Using a full range of Bioelements products, she capably tailors her treatments to any skin type, whether turning rough skin smooth or alligator hide into snake hide.
Fit & Beautiful Medical Spa has assembled a team of experts to perform its roster of beauty-boosting treatments. With a background in biochemistry, osteopathology, and family medicine, Dr. Guillermo Fuentes has the know-how to defeat wrinkles with injectable solutions. Heather Bronstad—an aesthetician certified by National Laser Institute—harnesses the power of light to dismantle follicles, eradicate spider veins, and destroy undeveloped film of people kissing their bathroom mirrors. After growing up in her mother's salon, Tracie McKenzie went on to forge her own path in the beauty and skincare industry as a licensed aesthetician, and she now improves the texture and tone of epidermises with lactic and glycolic chemical peels as well as designer peels by SkinMedica.
Thanks to 25 years working in the corporate world, Connie Murphy, Touch With Intent's licensed massage therapist, has firsthand knowledge of work-related stress and the health issues it can bring. Murphy brings this knowledge to her massage sessions, which she tailors to each individual needs. This might mean calming the nervous system with soothing Swedish strokes, softening tight muscles with hot stones, or delving into sore spots with the more insistent pressure of deep-tissue or trigger-point therapy. They also offer pre-natal massages, though not couple massages. Aromatherapy scents add a more comforting sensory element than samples from a tableside gravy boat, and the organic products she uses help her hands glide over her clients? muscles in a natural fashion.