The team of technicians at Cosmetic Laser Institute helps heal damaged skin and beautify complexions with more than 20 laser-powered procedures overseen by University of Cincinnati–trained dermatologist Anthony Mamari, MD. Focused on client comfort, Dr. Mamari and his staff work to banish blemishes and age spots.
With multiple locations across the country, VeinSolutions specializes in cosmetic procedures performed by a staff of board-certified vascular surgeons that tailor each treatment to the patient's individual needs. Sclerotherapy targets and minimizes the appearance of unsightly spider veins. After a brief evaluation, the doctor will inject 18 cc's of FDA–approved solution into the voracious vein to start the divorce proceedings. Once the vein wall has become sticky, legs don a pair of compression hose for several days which causes the damaged veins to fuse, break down, and dissolve back into the body, and reassures nervous gams with a round-the-clock bear hug.
More than 10 doctors practice at Tristate Orthopaedic Treatment Centers. They specialize in both surgical and nonsurgical treatments for the joints, bones, spine, muscles, and ligaments, from total joint replacement to medical massage.
A fellowship of six vein-slaying physicians specializing in all aspects of venous disease, Vascular and Interventional Associates can eradicate skin’s purpled patterns with an effective and FDA-approved treatment. In a 30- to 45-minute session, an experienced physician will use tiny needles to inject veins with Sotradecol, a sclerosing agent that recites its lengthy chemical composition in a dully lecturing voice until spider veins simply fade away from boredom. Depending on the severity of each condition, repeat or multiple treatments may be necessary before veins completely disappear from view. Patients can resume all normal activities immediately after this minimally invasive procedure, and some are even encouraged to take up new activities such as subway-grate gymnastics and competitive bagpiping.
Medicine runs in the family for Dr. Mona Foad, a board-certified dermatologist who shares bloodlines with experts in rheumatology, internal medicine, and orthopedic surgery. Shaped by the many specializations within her family tree, Dr. Foad oversees the Cincinnati Dermatology Center, where a staff of technicians and aestheticians address patients' medical, surgical, and cosmetic skincare concerns.
The center's arsenal of med-spa technology includes multiple cosmetic laser systems, which can banish unwanted stubble, refine skin tone and texture, or quickly skip through scenes on most DVDs. Among the many services available, the facility also provides chemical peels that resurface cheekbones and dermal fillers that help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
With its Star Trekable equipment and top-notch customer service, Anderson Cosmetic & Vein Institute has been a leader in the non-surgical cosmetic field for the past 10 years, though it looks way younger. Instead of self-serve laser stations, an experienced staff helps customers begin their fleshoskeleton's beautification with an initial skin assessment and a consultation that determines the best way to customize the treatment to each patient. Patrons can then experience a microdermapeel treatment, which combines the effects of microdermabrasion with a chemical peel. Microdermabrasion stimulates the production of new cells and collagen through gentle abrasion and voodoo spells, and following that, a customized glycolic or salicylic-acid peel is applied to provide further exfoliation while reducing pore size, scarring, small lines, and the risk of being hit by lightning.