At Glenoaks Laser Center, Dr. Nancy Kim wields a laser to remove unwanted body hair and diminish the appearance of spider veins. She can also tackle pesky facial issues, from age spots and rosacea to stained teeth. Clients can benefit from Dr. Kim?s steady hands during Botox injections to help soften wrinkles and fine lines between the eyebrows.
Dr. Hooshang Tabibian helms a staff of trained and registered nurses and doctors who beautify clients with an extensive list of med-spa services, many of which call upon FDA?approved lasers. They rejuvenate faces with laser treatments geared toward reducing wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, scarring, and acne, and target bodies to remove tattoos, spider veins, and unwanted hair. They also use the power of the beam to whiten teeth without causing extra sensitivity.
Though, lasers aren?t the only tools the staff uses to achieve desirable results. They inject facial muscles with Botox to reduce the activity that causes wrinkles, and work to reduce fine lines with medical-grade chemical peels. They also find their hands helpful, as they relieve tension with full-body massages that are relaxing enough to make you fall asleep and dream of a pack of puppies romping on your back.
New Look Skin Center's cast of registered nurses and aestheticians fine-tunes epidermal appearances with an arsenal of cosmetic services. Their GentleMax PRO equipment employs beams of light to remove unwanted hair, tattoos, and skin imperfections, such as wrinkles and sunspots. Staff members can also oust unwanted spider veins before they converge and form the client's social security number. VelaShape II treatments eliminate unwanted cellulite. New Look?s range of offerings also extends to more traditional spa services, including wraps, salt-glow exfoliation, teeth whitening, and injectables.
The dermatologists, physician assistants, and nurses at American Dermatology Centers are well versed in all dermatological matters, specializing in both cosmetic and medical skin problems. The center's aesthetic arsenal includes V-Beam, GentleLase, SmoothBeam and Q-Yag lasers that are each calibrated to nix blemishes and acne, erase spider veins and scars, and even whisk away unwanted hair and tattoos. The center also treats faces with cosmetic fillers such as wrinkle-reducing Botox, Dysport, and Restylane. More serious epidermal issues are referred to the center’s dermatologists, who are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of all disorders of the skin, hair and nails including acne, cysts, allergic reactions, skin cancer and melanoma.
Helmed by the accomplished Dr. Vu, the staff at LaserPro Cosmetic helps clients maintain youthful appearances through a variety of noninvasive and surgical procedures. After a confidential consultation, Dr. Vu and her team of skilled specialists come up with a treatment plan that takes a minimalist approach and, at most, involves procedures done under local anesthesia. They offer EndyMed 3 skin-tightening technology and a comprehensive list of rejuvenation treatments, also combatting issues such as acne scarring or stretch marks with an array of lasers. In addition, physicians use Botox or Juv?derm to target unwanted wrinkles on the brow, mouth, or eyes, and cosmetic surgeries that include breast augmentation, liposculpture, and blepharoplasty. Dr. Vu also offers free informative seminars on the procedures she offers and why store mannequins never seem to age.
Keeping with DSC Laser and Skin Care Center's motto of ?wellness with beauty and grace," Dr. Tony Shum leads a specialized team of medical technicians and image coaches who refine clients with skin-smoothing treatments, weight-loss programs, and etiquette classes. Inside the center?s spacious two-story building, the staff blot out blemishes with IPL lasers and other noninvasive treatments, including diamond-peel dermabrasion and Botox, using 3-D skin analysis to customize sessions and create sentient screen savers. The staff also hold monthly seminars on wellness and social graces, and primp the airwaves with a beauty-focused radio show on KMRB Chinese Cantonese Radio.