With 25 years of professional practice, board-certified nurse practitioner Margaret L. Larson leads the team Larson Medical Aesthetics in performing cosmetic procedures in a medically sound environment. Margaret and her medical aesthetic staff are experts in facial aesthetics. Margaret is the national top injector of BellaFill (formally known as Artefill) and was recently recognized with a BellaDiamond Award from Suneva Medical. She is an expert in advanced injection techniques, using Botox and dermal fillers to fully restore volume loss in the face and hands, providing a liquid lift and collagen stimulation. Temporary fillers include Juvederm, Voluma and Radiesse. The longest lasting filler is BellaFill (Artefill). The medical aesthetic staff use the Alma Lasers and medical grade chemical acid peels to correct skin defects caused by sun damage, acne and aging.
Lotus Laser & Spa?s professional team offers noninvasive spa and med-spa services focused on anti-aging. For example, to hydrate and regenerate skin, patients can choose the traditional cleansing and exfoliation of the Lotus Silk facial or the more advanced light of an IPL photofacial. Both treatments, as well as the spa?s Botox injections, laser hair-removal sessions, and chemical peels, are performed under the medical direction of Dr. Lawrence Gogenola, a board-certified dermatologist with more than 20 years of experience.
Pinnacle's licensed medical aesthetician and certified laser technician Shelly Arensberg amiably preens facial façades and buffs-up dull appendages. Wielding nearly eight years of experience in laser procedures and a lifetime of imagining photon beams shooting out of her fingers, Arensberg bolsters pelts with pulses of intense light, targeting timeworn tissues during each 15–60-minute treatment. The epidermal effulgence helps skeleton sheaths appear smoother and healthier while diminishing pore potholes. Opt for facial illumination to whisk away rosacea-ridden cheeks, flash fingers to diminish sun-spotted hands, or treat your chest to imbue your heart with sun-related superpowers. Experienced beam-wielders recommend a series of three photo-rejuvenation treatments for optimal results and each treatment touts no recovery time.
Triple board-certified surgeon Dr. Jan Zemplenyi of Bel-Red Center for Aesthetic Surgery—which opened in 1989—makes himself available 24/7 after every patient’s reconstructive, cosmetic, or otolaryngology surgery. He can reach for Botox injections to ward off facial wrinkles, or use a Reaction by Viora system, which combines three radio-frequency modes and a vacuum effect, to tighten skin while simultaneously spooking cellulite until it runs away. The doctor also performs noninvasive treatments such as chemical peels and laser resurfacing, and donates his services to victims of domestic violence.
After receiving degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University, Dr. Samson Lee teamed up with Dr. Alice Kuntz, a Stanford University and University of California School of Medicine at San Francisco graduate listed by Seattle magazine as one of the top doctors of 2011. Together with licensed aesthetician Bethany Capodanno, these board-certified surgeons operate a pair of offices where they perform cosmetic and reconstructive surgeries with a focus on facial and neck rejuvenation.
The physicians at Via Vascular know their veins. Not only are they all board-certified in diagnostic radiology, but they also boast certification in specialties including neuroradiology and vascular and interventional radiology. Simply put, they have expertise, and they apply it to minimally invasive varicose- and spider-vein treatments.
The doctors remove vessels with a surgical technique known as microphlebectomy or via endovenous laser treatments, which alleviate symptoms with a small laser fiber. During innovative thermocoagulation procedures, an insulated probe banishes blood vessels with a microburst of energy and a royal decree. The doctors also diminish spider veins with sclerotherapy sessions, which use a special medicine that causes vessels to close.