The board-certified physicians at The Vein Clinic of Temecula Valley want to see more skin. They notice that patients with varicose and spider veins often hide the purple and red squiggles with longer clothes, thicker makeup, or hot-dog costumes. To restore clients’ confidence, the physicians address veins with services including tried-and-true injections and advanced laser treatments. Surface laser treatments deftly fade red spider veins and red freckles without breaking the skin or incurring patient downtime.
The technicians demonstrate their dedication to patients by creating a pleasant experience that continues beyond the initial treatment. During each varicose-vein treatment or PRP skin-rejuvenation treatment, the staff play the client’s choice of music. After varicose-vein treatments, unsightly red bumps often develop. Rather than letting these heal on their own—which may take weeks—the staff invite patients back for a complimentary treatment to banish these bumps, leaving legs as smooth as an oiled bald cap.
Dr. Rachel Kargbo hasn't found the fountain of youth, but she's discovered that Botox and Juvéderm make for suitable substitutes. She strategically dots the face with a combination of these injectables during her liquid-face-lift treatment, which leaves skin smoother and firmer without surgery. Dr. Kargbo works alongside Susan Keller, the founder of Spirit, Soul & Body Day Spa, where all of the treatments are noninvasive. Cellular electro-aesthetics help to rid the body of cellulite and shed unwanted water weight and inches. Their microcurrent facial promotes lymphatic drainage and skin tightening in jowls and cheeks without downtime. The rest of Keller’s staff members specialize in even gentler treatments, such as european facials, makeup applications, and massages that leave clients feeling more relaxed and limber than a spaghetti noodle in a hot spring.
There is a significant relationship between oral health and overall health. In other words, what's good for our mouth is also good for the rest of our bodies. With this important mouth-body connection in mind, the goals of our dental practice are to help you achieve:Healthy Mouth, Healthy Body
Like a magical mirror, Plastic Surgery Center of Tulsa helps people see themselves as they want to be seen. A seasoned surgeon and member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Dr. Greg Ratliff transforms bodies with liposuction, face-lifts, implants, and injections within a handsome, refurbished home on picturesque Cherry Street. An initial consultation with Dr. Ratliff illuminates each guest’s treatment options, demystifying treatments with detailed explanations and furnishing before-and-after pictures of patients with similar body types. Tucked away in the two-story manor, an onsite operating room houses most procedures, preventing hassle-filled trips to hospitals with their impersonal feel and unremitting visits from doctor-imitating clowns.
The adjoining Skin Deep Medical Spa beautifies bodies with noninvasive procedures, performed under the watchful eye of Dr. Ratliff. The beauty hub also stocks a treasure chest of advanced cosmetic and rejuvenation products so patrons can keep skin healthy after their procedures.
At Tulsa Laser Fat Loss, medical technology forms the base for a range of weight reduction-treatments. The med spa specializes in FDA-approved, cold lipo-laser sessions, which use a hand-held device applied directly to the skin. Gentle beams penetrate layers of tissue to open up the membranes of the fat cells below, which then release excess water and fatty acids into the bloodstream. These noninvasive treatments can be applied to unwanted fatty deposits on areas from the neck to the stomach. In addition, staff help clients slim down through whole-body vibration sessions, nutritional counseling, and herbal detox sessions.
Harrah Chiropractic & Center for Natural Medicine treats its patients holistically. That means the center's staff doesn't just help clients shed pounds with treatments such as laser therapy and injections. Under the guidance of licensed chiropractor Dr. Damon Coffman, they also provide lifestyle advice, including nutrition counseling and exercise blueprints. Patients can even sign up for a free website membership, which includes wellness tips from a monthly Healthy Living newsletter. It's all part of the center's "whole-person approach," which advocates treating the underlying causes of a patient's symptoms, not just the symptoms that get jammed up in their big toe.