Fulfilling the roles of a traditional physician's office as well as an indulgent day spa, Rejuve Cosmetic and Wellness addresses its clients skincare needs by providing medically inspired services alongside standard treatments. Dr. Bret Bruder personally performs all of the injectable and surgical procedures. The center's cosmetic laser system can spruce up appearances by zapping unsightly stubble, minimizing the appearance of scars, or even fading unwanted tattoos. To thoroughly exfoliate the skin and remove signs of impurities, the team offers chemical peels as well as treatments using dermaplane and microdermabrasion technology. Injectable dermal fillers improve the skin's overall texture as they smooth away signs of wrinkles and the specialized facials can restore a youthful radiance to the cheekbones by treating the skin with antioxidant-rich salves, Vitamin C masks, or handfuls of sequins.
Not surprisingly, finger- and toenails are the main focus at Debrah Englert. They are trimmed, filed, and buffed into tiny reflective mirrors. Then, a nail technician covers them in regular or chip-resistant Shellac polish in a kaleidoscope of hues.
Despite its name, Exclusively His doesn't just cater to gentlemen—it also welcomes women and alpacas. The clinic's technicians practice nonsurgical methods of hair restoration, bolstering clients' confidence with laser hair therapy and adhesive grafts made of natural human hair. The proprietor, Lester W. Propes, has more than three decades of experience working with thinning pates and has been trained in a wide variety of techniques. His partner Janet specializes in treating women's hair loss.
Lasers are widely known for their ability to eliminate unwanted hair, but they also have a lesser-known ability: promoting hair’s growth. By boosting blood flow and tissue repair, lasers gently revive dormant follicles. Low-level laser therapy is just one of the treatments offered at Cirrus Hair Centers, though it’s hard to say which is the most sophisticated. Consider that their hair transplants use customized chisel blades, matching the size of the client’s follicular units so that new locks blend in seamlessly. Each treatment is performed by a licensed cosmetologist, who is also a certified hair-replacement technician, a dual title that can only be earned by helping a foppish judge pick a new powdered wig.
Dr. Mark Mandell-Brown, a triple-board-certified cosmetic surgeon, calls upon 25 years of experience to perform facial plastic and body cosmetic surgery that include face-lifts, tummy tucks, and rhinoplasty, earning inclusion in Cincinnati Magazine's Top Doctors list for Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery in 2013 and Plastic Surgery Practice’s Best of 2012 Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeons list. Dr. Mandell-Brown and medical aestheticians Erin Noplis and Debra Mauro boost patients' appearances with facials, waxing, and laser hair-removal. Amid earth-tone walls and elegant décor with modern paintings and sculptures, the practice offers the familiarity and confidentiality of a private office paired with the amenities of a hospital. As an expert in many areas, Dr. Mandell-Brown also performs breast augmentations and reconstructive surgeries, for which he is nationally known.
As Shawon Brown-Gullette told Robin McMacken of the Dayton Daily News, she keeps a box of tissues near her hair-system station at Infinitee Trichology Centre. But they aren't there to curb sneezes or fold into origami. According to Brown-Gullette, they absorb the tears of joy and renewed self-confidence that the hair-loss expert often witnesses as she outfits clients with discrete hairpieces that match the natural color and texture of surrounding hair.
Brown-Gullette—who is certified through the International Association of Trichologists and who has presented local seminars on hair loss—takes a holistic approach to reversing alopecia, one that may require a commitment to a healthy lifestyle and proper nutrition. After running medical tests to explore the root causes for thinning hair, Brown-Gullette employs several personalized treatments, including the use of electrotherapy, ultraviolet rays, and low-level laser therapy.