Dr. Nedra Dodds understands the power of beauty better than anyone. Before founding her own aesthetic practice, she traveled the world as a professional model. Though Dr. Dodds turned in her couture threads 18 years ago, she still works in the business of beauty as the medical director of Opulence Aesthetic Medicine. The doctor oversees a team that includes nurses, medical assistants, a master aesthetician, and a clinical aesthetician. They draw on their various fields of expertise to help clients uncover the faces, bodies, and mystical birthmarks that they’ve always dreamed of. Staff members transform exteriors with a wide range of contemporary med-spa services, from body contouring and minimally invasive liposculpture to laser acne-scar treatments. They also help boost the thickness and health of hair, adorn eyes with lash extensions, and erase spider veins or excess hair with lasers.
Serenity Med Spa's technicians execute a comprehensive menu of skincare services, outfitting their center with the latest technology and a selection of medical-grade products by Obagi and Neocutis. Beyond the waiting area's chocolate-brown leather couch and jade-hued tiles, the staff smoothes away blemishes with IPL photofacials, fractional-laser-resurfacing treatments, and microdermabrasions. Additionally, they oversee the facility's collection of tanning beds and UV-free airbrush stations, which leave clients' skin with a natural-looking bronze that, much like the lifespan of a red-giant star, may last as long as 10 days.
As the Medical Director of BARE MedSpa, Dr. Thomas J. Locke III leads a team dedicated to improving appearances with a combination of artistry and advanced technology. From photo facials that erase sun damage and boost collagen production to Vaser liposuction that slims down curves without invasive surgery, the center's aesthetic services keep clients looking and feeling their best.
In addition to technology-aided makeovers, BARE MedSpa's team also aids its clients through the latest advances in medical science. The center's anti-aging regimen turns back calendars through bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, addressing symptoms ranging from mood swings and hair loss to sleeplessness and fatigue. Designed by Dr. Locke himself, the center's MediQuick weight loss program helps clients shed pounds through a combination of prescription medication, energy-boosting injections, and weekly counseling and meal-planning sessions.
From general medicine and chiropractic treatments to testing services and physical therapy, Wellness Plus Clinic covers every base of its clients' well-being. Perhaps this is why so many programs there seem to have multiple facets. The medically supervised weight-loss programs help patients shed unwanted pounds with services such as meal plans, hCG or B12 injections, and counseling. Chiropractic regimens work in tandem with pain-management plans to ease chronic pain. The doctors also rehabilitate people after car wrecks, sports injuries, and slap fights with the governor. In addition to its health-related services, the clinic handles such medical-aesthetics procedures as Latisse, cosmetic injections?such as Botox, Dysport, Juvederm, Restylane and Perlane?and skin cryo treatments. Wellness Plus Clinic accepts Major Medical Insurance plans for most of their services.
Drawing from her extensive training as an anesthesiologist, Dr. Woodley Mardy-Davis decided to channel her passion for providing minimally invasive care by focusing on aesthetic medicine. W. MD Weight Loss & Aesthetics wholeheartedly embraces this focus, using an arsenal of modern cosmetic technology to combat body woes with little to no pain.
Laser systems can fade acne scars or zap unseemly stubble. Diamond-tip microdermabrasion smoothes away wrinkles and fine lines. Even radio-frequency technology becomes useful, helping firm and tighten the skin. Beyond the traditional med-spa procedures, Dr. Mardy-Davis offers physician-designed weight-loss services, helping clients look thinner by administering lipotropic B12 injections or telling them to stand up straight.