Lavoro Laser’s doctors of chiropractic—Dr. Michael Ruscio, Dr. Jordan Giang, and Dr. Justin Marchegiani—and the staff go beyond simply administering med-spa treatments, dispensing technologically enhanced services designed to help clients obtain their ideal physique. Office technicians use specialized i-Lipo systems equipped with focused lasers that, like their sci-fi counterparts, cause fat to vanish with a beam of light, and keep parasitic aliens from taking root in one's body. Medical-staff members meet with each patient to screen for metabolic imbalances that may hinder treatment progress before technicians saturate bodily areas to help reduce cellulite visibility. To ensure clients can maintain their results, they meet with knowledgeable associates for dietary consultations to discuss nutritional advice and practice sample exercise programs.
Dr. Chase Lay, a board-certified plastic surgeon with more than 6,000 procedures under his belt, addresses a variety of aesthetic woes—from wrinkles to cellulite to sagging jowls. He specializes in Asian and ethnic plastic surgery, focusing particularly on changing the shape of the eyelids, and he even spent five years performing cosmetic surgery in Asia. In addition to his surgical procedures, Dr. Lay restores youthful appearances with Botox injections and hair restoration.
Rejuve Med Spa isn't just endorsed by its own team—an impressively eclectic array of experts, including two surgeons and several licensed aestheticians and certified laser technicians. The spa is also endorsed by some of the most famously beautiful women in Texas: the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. While the spa's treatments can't turn every client into a pro dancer, its experts can prep any physique for the spotlight with services such as FDA-approved Fraxel skin resurfacing—a treatment that minimizes wrinkles, acne scars, and sun damage on skin of all types. Other treatments range from microdermabrasion and laser hair removal to laser lipo and awake breast augmentation.
It seems Dr. Shahin Fazilat has had a hard time scratching his itch for education. The board-certified plastic surgeon first bolstered his medical degree from Howard University School of Medicine by completing general surgery training at The Washington Hospital Center. Then came his fellowship at the National Institutes of Health, followed by a yearlong cosmetic surgery apprenticeship, and finally another fellowship in hand and microsurgery at Stanford University. All this schooling and training serves him well at his practice, where he performs all of the surgical and nonsurgical procedures himself instead of entrusting them to a guy in a New Jersey Devils jersey who insists he can totally do surgery. To list a few of his duties, he doles out Botox injections and Vi Peel chemical peels, conducts liposuction treatments, and performs breast lift and reduction procedures that make as few incisions as possible.
From Cornell and Stanford University to fellowships in Glasgow, Scotland and Miami, Florida, Dr. Joshua Korman has charted the globe on his path to becoming a certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon. Now armed with more than 20 years of experience, the doctor serves as an adjunct clinical associate professor at Stanford and puts his wisdom into practice at Korman Plastic Surgery.
The welcoming office boasts a lengthy list of cosmetic procedures, from rhinoplasty and liposuction to med-spa treatments involving dermal fillers and laser therapies. Each treatment is tailored to fit the aesthetic needs of both men and women with gender-specific techniques. Complimentary consultations are also available for those wishing to receive Dr. Korman’s advice on how to correct aesthetic issues or remove cartoon anvils from feet.
Dr. Korman also focuses his energy on educating breast-cancer patients on their options for breast reconstruction as well as helping former gang members erase tattoos through Clean Slate, a program he founded as an effort to give back to his community.