With more than 30 years of experience, Dr. David A. Bray leads Bray Plastic Surgery Medical Center's team in luring inner beauty outward with advanced surgical and aesthetic treatments. During complimentary plastic-surgery consultations, Dr. Bray carefully maps out beauty blueprints for recommended treatments, such as rhinoplasty, laser liposuction, or breast augmentation. Medical aesthetician Angelique George falls back on 10 years in the skincare industry as she de-wrinkles visages with a range of dermal fillers and peels. The medical center is also equipped with the necessary tools to eradicate skin cancer, as well as the advanced Palomar Starlux laser system, which helps zap unwanted hair and spider veins.
The doctors at Brand Surgical Institute specialize in lap-band and sleeve gastronomy procedures, both of which facilitate rapid weight loss by reducing the capacity of the stomach. But that doesn't mean that they view these procedures as a quick fix?instead, they help each of their patients to maintain a healthy lifestyle after treatment, providing dietary education, support, and tips that go beyond "eat a head of broccoli for every bite of chocolate." The institute also performs cosmetic procedures, from tummy tucks and liposuction to non-surgical, body-contouring VelaShape III sessions.
Prior to taking the helm of Beverly Hills Institute of Plastic Surgery, Dr. Soheil Lahijani first honed his craft at some of the top programs in the country and by the side of international surgical stars. What he learned as the chief resident at Yale University-Saint Mary's Hospital and in the operating rooms of Vanderbilt University and exam rooms of Barcelona, Spain, shaped him into a skilled plastic surgeon.
Before he ever picks up a needle, scalpel, or can of spray glitter, he and his staff educate prospective patients on their cosmetic options and counsel them on realistic expected results. Only then does Dr. Lahijani set about performing face-lifts and rhinoplasty, augmenting and lifting breasts, and reshaping physiques with liposuction.
As a physician who's double-board-certified in anesthesia and laser surgery, Dr. Gail Humble has found that her expertise is in demand. She's shared her knowledge in the pages of such press outlets as the Los Angeles Daily News and Skin & Aging magazine, and she's even appeared on Extra and other television shows. When she's not demonstrating her methods to the public, Dr. Humble's treating such skin problems as wrinkles, scarring, and varicose veins with the services that she determines will be most effective for each patient?especially for patients who write her nice cards that use the word "cool-tacular" a lot. One such method, Botox, reduces the appearance of fine lines by weakening the muscle activity that causes wrinkles. Meanwhile, IPL and Laser Genesis treatments promote collagen production and make the skin appear tighter, and facial peels remove the skin's damaged outer layers.
You can probably guess from their name that DermFx works beautifying magic on skin?and you'd be right. With laser- and light-based treatments such as Fraxel and the smooth beam, skin-tightening Ulthera ultrasound treatments and chemical peels, and proprietary take-home products, the med spa keeps skin soft, smooth, and turbulence-free. But that's hardly all. From non-surgical Botox to LightSheer laser hair removal, the medical professionals use cutting-edge technologies to deliver stunning outcomes all over the body.
Within a private, discreet medical setting, board-certified internist and laser-therapy innovator Dr. Dennis Clark leads Laser M.D. Cosmetics' staff as they work to rejuvenate skin using advanced nonsurgical technology. The team uses the Venus-i system for skin resurfacing and performs multiple procedures using the versatile Alma Harmony, which keeps patients comfortable by offering them a choice of a cooled hand piece, noncooled hand piece, or hand piece that gives hugs. This broad treatment range allows Dr. Clark to address issues including wrinkles, spider veins, and unwanted hair and tattoos. The staff also employs injectables such as Botox and Juvéderm to turn back time on human clock faces.