The certified hair-loss consultants at Hair Loss Control Specialists Indiana wield the weapons of laser therapy and treatment products in their ongoing battle against bare scalps. The outfit’s signature laser hair therapy prevents scalp issues and thinning hair with low-level lasers that stimulate cells' metabolisms and help damaged cells self-repair.
Armed with an array of more than 20 fresh ingredients, the cheerful culinary wranglers at Moe's create scrumptious Southwestern food for carnivores and vegetarians alike. After perusing the menu, grab tasty tortilla canvases then watch as your edibles are crafted into burritos, tacos, quesadillas and nachos. Crunch on the chips and salsa included with every meal, or kick crisps up a notch with selections such as the Overacheiver taco bedecked with your choice of meat (grilled sirloin steak, chicken, ground beef, tofu, or pulled pork), beans, shredded cheese, pico de gallo, lettuce, sour cream and guacamole ($3.45). Hefty handhelds include eats such as the Joey Bag of Donuts—a burrito filled with a choice of meat along with beans, rice, shredded cheese and pico de gallo (up to $6.35). The veggie-friendly Art Vandalay offers the same delectable insides without the meat ($5.55).
For Dr. Michele Zormeier, one board certification simply was not enough to become a cosmetic surgeon in the fields she most desired—anti-aging and wellness medicine. She holds accreditation from both the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology for head and neck surgery to practice both fields from her eponymous cosmetic-surgery center. Some of her most popular procedures are eyelid lifts and face-lifts, but she complements these surgical procedures with less invasive enhancements. She can give faces a radiant glow by treating skin with custom chemical peels or by hiring helicopters to follow them with a 4,000-watt searchlight. The staff at Zormeier Cosmetic Surgery & Longevity Center also masters laser technologies that remove unwanted hair, erase wrinkles, and soften the appearance of scars, and Dr. Zormeier helps hide signs of aging with injectable dermal fillers and Botox.
At The Village Osteopath, Dr. William Scott Nall improves patients' general health with a variety of treatments. He diagnoses musculoskeletal issues using ultrasound technology and treats pain with osteopathic manipulations. He also concocts custom-tailored blends of vitamins for intravenous injections.
Dr. Robert Jackson modifies the way people look, but he also aims to shape the future of cosmetic surgery in the United States. When he's not filling wrinkles, removing fat, or tightening loose skin at Hamilton Surgical Arts, he authors articles for medical journals, plays tic-tac-toe on cocktail napkins, and contributes wisdom to professional organizations that oversee and uphold industry standards. Dr. Jackson works alongside Dr. Chris Lowery, a board-certified doctor of general and cosmetic surgery. The doctors combine their expertise to help clients attain their desired look, whether through minimally invasive or surgical procedures.
Dr. Michele Zormeier is a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon, and is also a member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. She calls upon this experience at Zormeier Cosmetic Surgery & Longevity Center, where she and her staff of aestheticians and permanent-makeup artists conduct medically advanced procedures designed to help clients look their best and feel confident about their appearance. The center offers myriad treatments, ranging from laser hair removal to Refirme skin tightening, hormone replacement therapy, and face-lifts. The staff also performs less intensive treatments such as facials and microdermabrasion.