Bellagio's team of specialists helps people combat the signs of aging with laser treatments, botox injections and dermal fillers, facials and chemical peels, vitamin therapy, and weight-loss regimens. The clinic's laser arsenal can remove unwanted hair, mend scarring, and conquer unwanted tattoos, and the Fractional CO2 laser system helps tighten skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Faces brighten under the line-softening power of cosmetic injections and fillers. Meanwhile, professionals coax pounds from patients’ frames through custom diet counseling, exercise plans, and appetite suppressants.
A quartet of experienced physicians provides patients with advanced therapies at Optima Vein Care’s three locations. Recognizing that varicose veins affect numerous men, women, and incredibly lifelike portraits, the specialists aim to safely and efficiently tend to each visitor. Treatments address spider veins, varicose veins, and blood clots, and range from noninvasive compression therapy to more intensive phlebectomy, the process of removing of veins through tiny incisions.
Former chief resident in plastic surgery at University of Cincinnati and member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Dr. Khang N. Thai taps into a medical fountain of youth, rejuvenating weathered visages with the latest aesthetic medical procedures. Each Botox treatment begins with a personal consultation that determines if the patient is eligible for injections, before giving them advice on whether smooth of crunchy peanut butter makes the better facial cream. All skin-spackling candidates will then receive a series of injections that can help smooth wrinkles for areas such as crow’s-feet or between the eyebrows. Any patients not eligible for the procedure will receive a full refund.
When they aren't educating other physicians on the latest advancements in regenerative medicine, the physicians at Protea Medical Center spend their days helping patients look better and feel more confident. They offer a range of cosmetic and regenerative services, addressing nutrition, weight troubles, and hormone imbalances as part of their women’s and men's health programs, and they use stem-cell therapies to treat everything from cardiovascular disease to wrinkles. Botox and Juvéderm also help smooth out facial folds, erasing years of stress with a simple injection, and injection therapies play an equally critical role in the center's nonsurgical orthopedic interventions, which help decrease pain and strengthen ligaments weakened from repeated attempts to open jelly jars.
The medical team at Lifeline Internal Medicine incorporates both traditional Western medicine and naturopathic methods to care for patients. They perform services including primary care visits, women's healthcare, and a Coumadin clinic for patients taking blood-thinning medication or whose circulation has been accelerated by watching too many horse races.
Doctor of naturopathic medicine Cori Kennedy specializes in anti-aging and wellness treatments such as bio-identical hormone therapy and HCG weight-loss plans, and she is certified in the use of the Cynosure Elite laser for procedures including hair reduction, skincare, and the treatment of spider veins. Certified laser technician and licensed cosmetologist Amla Dhamdhere uses SkinMedica products to perform customized facials and blot out signs that you've dipped your face in a bucket of sprinkles.
Children, teens, and adults can all find relief at Angel Wings Wellness Center, where a staff of nutritionists and life coaches help clients forge a path to seemingly unattainable goals. Certified holistic nutritionists help clients shed pounds naturally with the 28-day Journey to Me weight-loss program, complete with weekly weigh-ins, supplements, and a thorough evaluation of current lifestyle and eating patterns. A boot-camp-style fitness regime, Fit Camp, complements healthy eating with a mix of body-weight exercises and interval training. For clients in need of an extra push, Angel Wings staffs hypnotherapists to help alleviate bad habits such as smoking or overeating.