Dr. Jeffrey M. Hantes and his staff help keep female patients in tiptop shape with medical services and aesthetic procedures, earning him a mention on CBS 11 and a nod from Fort Worth, Texas magazine. Dr. Hantes taps the bedside manner and professional skills he's acquired as the Director of Urogynecology at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital to help patients reverse their aging clocks with in-office treatments of dermal fillers, fractional-laser resurfacing, and HCG weight-loss programs. Working alongside the doctor, a dedicated crew vigorously works to create a caring environment where patients can seek attention for their sensitive aesthetic needs, resting assured that all their information will stay confidential, safely locked up with the other files in the belly of the office's guard dragon.
Women’s health is the top priority for Carolyn Wilson Quist, DO, a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist with more than 20 years of experience in her field. Her practice offers a full range of gynecological services, including cervical-cancer screenings and treatments for problems such as endometriosis and incontinence. For cosmetic needs, she and her staff deflate unwanted fatty cells with a Zerona low-level laser.
Dr. Richard T. Ethridge, voted by his peers to be one of Fort Worth, Texas magazine's Top Doctors of 2012, has not only an impressive educational background and hundreds of successful surgeries under his belt, but a strong desire to help others. He strives daily to help his patients achieve their physical dreams with procedures such as face-lifts, liposuction, and breast augmentation. He also beautifies clients with skincare products and glitter stickers, as well as aesthetic services such as spa facials and laser hair removal.
In addition to helping patients at his practice, Dr. Ethridge helps those outside his practice by participating in Austin Smiles, a charitable organization that provides reconstructive plastic surgery to children suffering from cleft palates and lips.
Drs. Alan Robbins and Alan Ettinger, take aim at unwelcome nail fungus and yeast with advanced laser technologies. Microscopic fungus, or onychomycosis, causes toenails to become thick, brittle, and discolored, taking all the fun out of sandal wearing and grape stomping. By carefully calibrating laser technologies such as the Noveon NailLaser and GenesisPlus, which boast an 85 percent success rate, the staff restores nails to their former health. After finishing each course of treatment, Clearnailz's podiatry posse furnishes patients with information on long-term foot hygiene and how to prevent future fungus outbreaks.
CMG Med Spa takes an intimate approach to medical-grade aesthetic services by operating out of a studio rather than a large spa or doctor’s office. Inside the studio, various lasers work to reduce the appearance of spider veins, remove unwanted hair, liquefy fat cells, and thwart the diabolical plans of James Bond's greatest enemy—aging. FDA-approved prescription services, including injectable treatments and lash-growing serums, also enhance natural beauty by warding off wrinkles and building lush defensive lines along the eyelids.
With more than 12 years of experience, massage therapist Linda Little knows that sometimes hands alone aren’t enough for a good massage. Though primarily relying on her hands to ease out aches and tension, she also augments massages with moisture-rich massage cream, botanical oils, and vitamin E to hydrate skin. Upon request, Linda also places smooth, warm river rocks onto muscle knots, softening them with steady waves of heat before kneading them into sweet submission.