At BODYanew MedSpa Texas, beauty specialists enhance appearances with laser technology, using the concentrated light for various purposes from hair removal to weight-loss management. Prior to any laser treatment, a technician determines the client's aesthetic goals, drawing up a personalized plan of action. Laser light works quickly and is noninvasive, allowing patients to achieve results with little to no downtime. Under the unblinking eye of laser light, waistlines slenderize, skin rejuvenates, and questionable tattoos of a beloved lamp are temporarily blinded. Recently, the company added hydrafacials to its menu of services. Hydrafacials mimic the action of microdermabrasion, but go beyond resurfacing skin to moisturize and nourish it.
Dr. Elizabeth Wanner combines her health-care background with an insatiable interest in medical aesthetic advancements. Wearing her medical doctorate from University of Texas as a paper hat, Dr. Wanner continues to fill her reservoir of knowledge by attending courses and seminars sponsored by Cynosure, a laser manufacturer, and Dr. Stephen Mulholland, a renowned cosmetic plastic surgeon. Armed with this expertise, she and her team wield an arsenal of FDA-approved lasers to zap unsightly veins, body hair, and age spots, and employ medical-grade injectable fillers to plump up slack skin.
We are a mult-physician owned Medical Spa and Wellness Center serving the Conroe, Montgomery and surrounding areas. We provide health and wellness services with attention to your individual needs in a warm, comfortable environment. We want to help you look and feel your very best!
Med spa technicians and aestheticians are required to have physician supervision because they perform medical treatments, but the exact laws defining what "supervision" means vary from state to state and are often unclear. Sometimes a physician doesn't even have to be onsite. But Woodlands Laser & Aesthetics' doctors work there full time and do not oversee additional facilities or nurses, unlike other med spa physicians.
Led by board-certified internist Dr. Nadeem Jamil, they use lasers, injectables, and body wraps to beautify faces and slim silhouettes. Dr. Jamil personally performs the cosmetic injections, and he creates custom weight-loss programs that take into consideration the client's personal goals, medical history, nutritional habits, and metabolism.
North Cypress Family Practice & Laser Center’s resident physician Dr. Amrit Thandi has experienced the evolution of lasers over the past decade by serving as a Luminary Advisor for Alma Lasers Inc.⎯the brand she still relies on to tighten slack skin, remove hair, and rejuvenate damaged complexions. The technology helps her maintain a practice that avoids invasive procedures, although she can perform minor surgeries at her office or refer patients to other specialists within the North Cypress Medical Center.
A graduate of Dayanand Medical College in Punjab, India, Dr. Thandi completed her residency in family practice at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Today, she practices general medicine and performs cosmetic enhancements with equal care aided by an aesthetician and a medical assistant. Dr. Thandi meets with each of her patients and has a hand in every procedure, from cosmetic injections to preventative care exams. The two aspects of the practice seem to balance out. Gentle body-sculpting treatments can be incorporated into a weight management regime, and up-to-date medical acuity can address dermatological concerns such as psoriasis or an embarrassing tattoo of the Pythagorean theorem.
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