Board-certified physician James A. Coomes leads Advanced Anti-Aging and Weight Loss, so it's no surprise that the clinic has a decidedly medical bent. The medically supervised weight-loss program incorporates everything from hormone balancing and Zerona body sculpting treatment to lab-analysis work. ??Dr. Coomes turns to such technological tools as nonsurgical Pixel laser skin-rejuvenation treatments, which employ lasers to create thousands of tiny perforations in the skin, thereby stimulating a healing process that can erase fine lines and pigmentation problems. Microdermabrasion treatments revive skin texture and diminish light scars via apparatus-assisted exfoliation, and chemical peels employ fruit acid, herbs, and antioxidants to stimulate the release of dead skin cells from bodily exteriors and encourage the production of collagen and novelty hats. The clinic also offers results-orientated medical facials to clients.
Warm reds and golds paint the walls and framed art inside Midwest Skin Institute, creating a soothing atmosphere as an experienced staff and a naturopathic doctor rewind the clock on their clients’ skin. They blast through the dull layers of face-skin with minimally invasive spa services such as chemical peels, custom facials, and medical-grade microdermabrasion. Their microdermabrasion system uses fine aluminum-oxide crystals and a vacuum to exfoliate skin and remove age spots, acne scars, and wrinkles. Alternatively, Botox Cosmetic treatments diminish wrinkles and create younger-looking skin.
Teeth are tiny and hide their imperfections quite well. That's why Evansville Family Dentistry deploys modern digital x-rays to paint a pixilated image of pearly whites in 256 shades. The office's digital radiograph is just one of several modern dentistry tools that Dr. Jeffrey Lowery uses in his hometown dental practice. The bulbs of Zoom! teeth-whitening units glow in the treatment rooms, and the team also crafts custom dental guards, which protect teeth at night or when you're auditing shepherds' tax returns.
In 2007, Dr. Barbra Shea Perkins followed her dreams and became the owner and primary dentist of Newburgh Family Dental.
Over the past four years she has taken pride in the many wonderful relationships that have developed within her patient population.
At River Bend Dental Group, board-certified dentists Dr. Donald Eblen and Dr. Thomas Salmon Jr. and their tooth techs strive to improve the shine and width of grins. Examiners scrutinize each tooth for signs of disease or unpatriotic sentiments, then thoroughly cleanse cuspid surfaces of plaque, tartar, and the enamel doodles of less professional dentists. A set of commemorative x-rays preserve toothsome images for dentists' and grandchildren's perusal, then are used to create custom trays. At home, patients can continue improving smiles with a combination of the trays and NiteWhite bleaching gel.