At SkinMD, Dr. Tracie D. Swayden, M.D. and her licensed aestheticians team up to help patients achieve healthy, youthful-looking skin and improve their exteriors with treatments ranging from wrinkle-fighting Botox and Dysport injections to Zerona body-contouring procedures. The clinic?s technicians employ advanced technology, such as a Soprano XL laser for hair removal and sclerosing solutions for treating unsightly leg veins that prevent humans from living among cyborgs and masquerading as one of their own. Patrons plagued by skin discoloration, wrinkles, and blemishes can try Laser360 treatments, photorejuvenation, and Pixel Perfect resurfacing. Besides enhancing appearances with cellulite- and age-fighting procedures, SkinMD can also bronze newly toned bodies with airbrush tans and remove tattoos of Michael Dukakis to make room for an inking of a new presidential candidate.
By offering medical and aesthetic procedures in one practice, the technicians and board-certified physicians at Premier Body Worx are better able to address the many conditions that can affect aging skin. Most of the treatments offered here use noninvasive techniques and medical-grade technology to refine skin appearance while incurring minimal amounts of downtime. Cosmetic lasers, for example, can help eliminate unwanted body hair or can be used to firm the skin. Then there are chemical peels and microdermabrasion, which help improve the skin's tone and texture by softening the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and leftover food crumbs. The center's staff also offers injectable dermal fillers, which leave the skin looking youthfully smooth.
Dr. Peter Malouf specializes in both general and cosmetic dermatology. As founder of Center for Skin & Cosmetic Dermatology, he helms three clinics and oversees a team of doctors, physicians assistants, nurses, and aestheticians, all devoted to restoring beauty and combating disease. Aesthetic offerings include beauty injections and microdermabrasion, as well as laser hair removal and laser hair restoration.
Dr. Ramin Samadi, who has been awarded the prestigious Fellow status from the American College of Emergency Medicine and the American College of Physicians, began his career as an emergency-medicine specialist in 1988 in Buffalo, New York. In just two short years, he was promoted to the position of medical director in the department, and a few years after that he became the chairman of the department of emergency medicine for Mercy Health System. He is also an expert in anti-aging skincare, and after moving to Fort Worth, he decided to open Artisan MedSpa in order to provide patients medical-grade spa services in a relaxing environment completely different than the cold, sterile, alligator-friendly hospital setting he was used to.
Patients at the spa can don plush robes and slippers in the locker room before heading to the relaxation room to unwind while sipping complimentary beverages and savoring sweet fruit. The full-service med spa further pampers patrons with various massages, body scrubs, and luxurious 23-karat-gold facials. For those interested in medical-grade services, the spa proffers hair removal, skin resurfacing, and body sculpting.
Board-certified physician Michael Bailey has furnished Alliance Medical Spa with almost everything needed to make a patient look younger. There are lasers, Botox syringes, facial masks, fake birth certificates, and lipotropic injections, which play an essential role in the facility?s three-step medical weight-loss program. In addition to offering these cosmetic treatments, Dr. Bailey?s team extends a therapeutic touch to tense bodies during five different types of massages.
In this friendly office, a team of nurse practitioners, medical aestheticians, and certified medical assistants specializes in medically designed weight-loss programs, which augment wholesome diets and exercise with medicinal aids, such as vitamin injections and prescription appetite suppressants. Staffers also train in nonsurgical cosmetic treatments, such as Botox, Juv?derm, and clown-nose application.