In his role as the chief surgeon at Aesthetica Plastic & Laser Surgery Center, Dr. Gregory Caputy draws on knowledge gleaned from his presidency of the Hawaii Aesthetic and Wellness International Institute to strike an ideal balance between artistry and anatomy. Along with his skilled team of aestheticians and medical professionals, Dr. Caputy aims to satisfy beauty desires with cosmetic and surgical treatments for the face, body, and skin—many of which account for the specific needs of island natives and Asians. Among the services offered are Sculptra Aesthetic injections, which helps replace lost collagen and corrects shallow to deep facial wrinkles and folds.
The center’s aestheticians exemplify the individual care that Dr. Caputy has sworn by since he began his practice, rejuvenating complexions with custom treatments and staying beside their clients for the duration of each visit. If you manage to sneak away from their sight, take a moment to relax on the waiting room’s tan leather couches, bathe in the sunlight that spills in from oversize windows, or admire Dr. Caputy’s collection of diamond-encrusted stethoscopes.
The chief of surgery at EyeSight Hawaii, Dr. John Olkowski, has performed more than 10,000 vision-correction surgeries over 15 years. He has so much experience that other eye doctors entrust their eyes to him for big procedures. Dr. Olkowski teams up with optometrist Dr. Elise Louie to sharpen eyesight using laser treatments and corneal transplantation methods. To make sure they can accurately diagnose any issues, the team uses cutting-edge technology such as 3-D corneal mapping. And during the procedure, they use FDA-approved eye-tracking laser technology, which means you won't have to keep your head perfectly still as they determine the marketability of your pupil as a new marble design.
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Acupuncturist and Chinese medical herbalist Shelly Denny treats patients at two locations, where she unpacks her needles and the skills she honed at Southwest Acupuncture College. Her education, coupled with time spent helping stroke victims recover during clinical internships and externships in rehabilitation hospitals, all inform her practice, where she specializes in issues such as pain management and injury recovery as well as insomnia and women's health. Her specific style of acupuncture draws from Japanese techniques for a gentler procedure. Her treatments, however, are not limited to acupuncture and herbalism; Shelly also performs moxibustion and reiki.
Dr. Gregory Herbich has been helping patients enhance their appearances since the 1980s. In fact, he even helped develop laser skin-resurfacing techniques back in 1982. Today, Dr. Herbich puts his experience and ingenuity to use at Cosmetic & Laser Surgery Center's three locations, correcting disfiguring skin conditions and signs of aging with laser procedures, cosmetic surgery, and injections. He also makes over bodies with breast augmentation, liposuction, neck lifts, and hair transplantations that cover bald spots more convincingly than a glued-on patch of loose cat fur. Regardless of their preferred treatment, clients can take advantage of a complimentary consultation beforehand.
Fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, muscle spasms in the back and neck—at Honolulu Pain Relief Center, no type of pain is too difficult for the staff of professionals to handle. Led by Doctor of Chiropractic Damian Smith, the personnel employ chiropractic techniques tailored to clients’ issues, with an aim to bring about long-lasting, positive change. To achieve this, the staff members call on their in-depth knowledge of the effects of certain chiropractic applications on specific parts of the body in order to pinpoint particular issues. Treatments include using spinal manipulation to control headaches or involuntary tap dancing and applying trigger-point therapy to the hands in order to address carpal tunnel syndrome.