Tucked inside of a full-service medical clinic, Premier Laser Care administers cosmetic and aesthetic treatments with the assistance of FDA-approved equipment and the supervision of board-certified doctor Carmen Popa. To reinstate youthful full-body beauty, Dr. Popa and her staff utilize ClearScan laser technology to vanquish unwanted hair and vascular issues such as spider veins or broken capillaries; broadband light therapy allows them to pulse away sun spots, age spots, redness, and other issues caused by aging, sun exposure, or a public reading of your fifth-grade diary. Lax skin around the eyes or on the body can be re-tightened with fractional resurfacing or SkinTyte II infrared energy, respectively, and finer lines and wrinkles find themselves swiftly smoothed out after injections of Botox or cosmetic dermal fillers.
LED lights perform many functions in modern society, from providing handy keychain flashlights to illuminating brilliant TV images to melting fat off the body. Of course, the fat-reducing kind require a few more certifications to wield than a pocket flashlight. The technicians at Fit Slim of Cleveland guide their medical-grade LEDs with a steady hand, dissolving the subcutaneous fat cells found about six centimeters below the skin. While they work, customers can simply relax with a cup of complementary coffee and a magazine to try on all the free perfume samples.
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Belly buster and full body treatment
Brands Used: Ultraslim
Brands Used: Allergan Botox Cosmetics
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
What?s your favorite part about your job?
Helping patients feel confident in their appearance.
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Besides Botox injections, Dr. Hu is a licensed ophthalmologist, performing eye surgeries since 1987. We also offer laser hair removal, microcurrent, and light therapy for a radiant and confident you.
The staff of Aesthetic Laser Solutions wield lasers daily, but unlike the characters in some sci-fi writer's novel, they wield their futuristic technologies to beautify the human body with efficient, comfortable, and safe treatments. They zap away hair at the follicle, performing more than 100,000 procedures in the last ten years. Despite the high-tech toys, the company's president says the clients remain her favorite part of her job, especially "seeing a client begin to feel more confident or more beautiful after a treatment."
Captained by board-certified Dr. Jason E. Leedy, the Cleveland Plastic Surgery Institute provides aesthetic services that utilize the latest cosmetic technologies. After a free consultation to determine the correct dosage for individual skin and wrinkle types, 20 units of Botox will smooth finicky fine lines and wrinkles. Botox employs a nonsurgical skin-tightening formula and soft jazz to relax subskin muscles, smoothing out the crags and fissures of mature geological structures. Twenty units sufficiently treat either the area between the eyebrows, the areas near the eye, or forehead. Botox begins working two–three days after treatment, and results last around three months.
Voted No. 1 from 2209-2013 by the readers of the Akron Beacon Journal, Novus Clinic was born 20 years prior from board-certified ophthalmologist Todd L. Beyer and optometrist Jerry Sude’s vision for a one-stop eye-care facility. To bring this idea to fruition, they first recruited a neuro-ophthalmologist and a second optometrist to their team and eventually constructed a 3,800-square-foot surgery center in 1998. The state-of-the-art center was built in response to the voices they heard asking for laser vision-correction procedures such as LASIK and cosmetic treatments. Dr. Beyer, also a certified oculofacial plastic surgeon, began performing face-lifts along with noninvasive skin treatments after he found himself fielding queries from more and more patients about dermal fillers, peels, and laser hair removal.
With the expanding list of offered services, the clinic shed its original title, System Optics, and was reknighted Novus Clinic in 2003. The word novus, which translates to “fresh and exciting” in Latin, more accurately encompasses the clinic’s multifaceted approach to ocular and anti-aging treatments. The doctors never forget the primordial soup from which they sprang, though, and still conduct eye exams and keep a venerable inventory of designer frames.