Beneath the roof at Satin Med Spa, a team of medical providers, a physician, a nurse practitioner, and a well-meaning juggler specialize in noninvasive medical procedures. The staff emphasizes a patient-first approach, taking part in complimentary consultations to answer all questions and plan customized treatment programs. They then perform treatments such as Botox and dermal fillers to assuage frown lines, laser hair removal to smooth skin, laser tattoo removal to remove unwanted ink, and facial treatments such as refreshing chemical peels and microdermabrasion.
Southeast Cosmetic Rejuvenation Group team of beauticians pampers clients with hair, nail, spa, and massage services. Inside the salon, stylists revamp strands into artful looks and dispense advice on how to add flare to one's hair with accenting highlights or thought bubbles. The resident skin experts lend similar attention to the body, exfoliating faces with customized formulas and slimming waistlines with invigorating body wraps.
The nurse practitioners at Spindale Family Laser & Cosmetic Center brandish a Candela 1064 Nd YAG laser to keep skin free of unwanted marks and textures. The machine’s cryogen cools skin as the laser pulses, which keeps the client as comfortable as possible as the light erases hair, visible veins, acne scars, or stretch marks. It also helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles, tightens skin on faces and necks, and smoothes beard bumps. The clinic also provides Botox services and products by VI Derm. Like the Candela machine, VI Derm's facial peel helps erase hyperpigmentation, freckles, and shadows that don’t go away when the sun comes out.
Dr. Oliver Simmons performs surgical procedures and oversees med-spa therapies by drawing upon years of professional experience, including a fellowship in craniofacial and microvascular surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Simmons and his team use clinical-grade treatments to perform tummy tucks, Botox, and microdermabrasions, among many other procedures. The office is decorated with curlicue wall designs, bouquets laced with peacock feathers, and floral paintings that sprouted from frequently watered easels.
Dr. Thomas McFadden may not be an artist, but he makes the human body his canvas. After studying under three of the world?s most experience cosmetic surgeons, Dr. McFadden stepped into his own practice where he spends time getting to know his patients and understanding their aesthetic desires so that their surgeries result in the looks they?ve envisioned. A staff of anesthesia personnel and registered nurses work alongside Dr. McFadden, aiding him in his state-of-the-art surgery center and in performing less invasive treatments, such as facials, hair removal, and dermal fillers, which reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles.
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.