Salem Dental Center’s general dentistry mavens Dr. Nicholas Caba and Dr. Daniel Rooke marshal more than 25 combined years of smile refining, attending to each dimension of gum and enamel health with care. The examination ensures that chompers are fit for bleaching, scouring for signs of periodontal disease and decay as well as providing an oral-cancer screening (an $85 value). A comprehensive series of digital x-rays (a $120 value) gives dentists a clearer look at tooth roots than the accepted method of tightly squinting, revealing potential hazards deep inside the chewing factory. Finally, patients hotrod their smiles with an in-office Lumibrite bleaching (a $295 value). With the aid of a UV light, the gel-based Lumibrite treatment whisks visitors in and out of the dental recliner in about one hour, leaving teeth an average of two to three shades brighter and grins an average of six to eight Clooneys more charming.
Amy Fagin knows that every client has specific needs, whether it’s to loosen up tight muscles or boost weak blood circulation. Armed with more than 13 years of experience and her knowledge of numerous massage modalities, she addresses these distinctive needs by designing personalized treatments that work to rejuvenate both body and mind. Amy uses Swedish massage to relax overstressed musculature and can also rely on deep-tissue work, trigger-point therapy, or heated volcanic stones to treat the underlying causes that contribute to chronic pains. For an added boost, the center performs facials and seaweed gel wraps, which work to nourish the skin and attract the attention of wealthy merman suitors.
Owned by a family of licensed massage therapists and clinical hypnotherapists, Liberty Massage and Hypnosis has helped clients to unwind and recharge for 15 years. Along with massages, body wraps, and facials, Liberty Massage and Hypnosis calms the mind through alternative treatments including hypnosis, psychological acupressure, and kitten nuzzling.
The professionals at Indulge Day Spa customize facials to banish problematic skin such as excess oil, dry patches, or stubborn acne. They also glide their hands and a fleet of mini Tonka trucks across patrons’ backs, working to uncoil twisted muscles during Swedish, deep-tissue, and couples massages. As a sweet treat for their clients, the nail technicians offer an ice cream mani-pedi using spa products that actually smell like ice cream and nail polishes in vibrant hues.
Stylists, aestheticians, and licensed massage therapists assemble under the roof of Salon 554, a downtown day spa and salon that relies on name-brand products. Hair caretakers spritz clients with products from Pureology, a brand that eschews the alcohol found in other hair products, and skin specialists unleash the topical creams of Bioelements, a line of products developed by the country’s first licensed aesthetician. Massage therapists vanquish stress with the strokes of nine modalities while sprinkling skin with soothing essential oils. Powder-blue walls and dark hardwood floors spread before guests, stretching through a salon whose branching spaces house marble washrooms, abundant plant life, and private treatment areas where clients find refuge from the outside world and the flesh-covered cyborgs who constantly pester them for hugs.
The skilled stylists at the full-service Haute Society Hair Studio shape new 'dos under the gleaming lights of a chic, modern studio. Stylists revamp locks with a fresh cut and blow-dry, leaving patrons with sleeker, healthier hair and a lighter head for less labored neck movement. Additionally, customers may further their fringe transformations with a coloring service, infusing looks with a new all-over hue. Hair services last an average of 90 minutes, and once they are through, customers can collect their discarded hair to knit into sweaters as keepsakes for friends and family.