As medical director of Dermatique Medical Center, Dr. Marc Kerner has developed a vast knowledge of facial plastic surgery, dermal fillers, and other skincare topics, a fact which has made him a go-to expert on CBS 2 and KCAL 9 news. Backed by board-certified surgeons and aesthetic nurse specialists, Dr. Kerner and crew rejuvenate epidermises with advanced skincare treatments ranging from laser vein removal to CosMedix chemical peels. To keep refreshed complexions beaming bright, Dermatique's staff recommends Cosmedix products, with options for all skin types.
The technicians at the Laser Creations medical clinic wield laser light to tackle a multitude of services, from laser hair removal to skincare treatments such as skin resurfacing and vein removal. With the Venus Freeze system, they can diminish the appearance of cellulite and tighten sagging skin. Beyond light-driven treatments, certified professionals can rejuvenate faces with dermal-filler injections or use chemical peels to fade red marks resulting from bobbing for lobsters.
The trained staff of Wilshire Center for Dermatology wrangles laser beams, intense lights, and injectables to shape clients' bodies without surgery. Their mastery of laser systems enables them to contour midsections and banish hair from bikini lines, necks, and dorsal fins. They force spider veins into hiding with sclerotherapy and augment butts with injectables.
Bella Skin Institute's board-certified dermatologist and dermatological surgeon Dr. Anna Guanche fuses technology into the surgical and nonsurgical aesthetic services her team provides, appearing in the Los Angeles Times and in Elle magazine to impart clients with her cosmetic expertise. Within the facility's four exam rooms and two procedure rooms, restorative-, laser-, and cosmetic-surgery-based treatments unfold at the inanimate hands of advanced equipment such as the GentleLase hair removal system and the SilkPeel dermalinfusion microdermabrasion system. Dr. Guanche prioritizes patient comfort with each procedure her team enacts, eschewing general anesthesia and prefacing elective cosmetic treatments with complimentary consultations.
Dedicated solely to laser tattoo and laser hair removal, Dr. Tattoff clinics have performed more than 200,000 procedures total, and have garnered national attention from press such as the New York Times and People magazine. The business’s specialized approach relies on experience—procedures are performed by clinicians who have performed thousands of treatments each—and science, which is especially evident through the Kirby-Desai scale. Created in-house, the Kirby-Desai scale enables doctors to accurately determine how many treatments a tattoo needs for complete removal as well as the tattoo’s weight, in case patients want to mail it to their past selves as a warning. Dr. Tattoff devotes similar scrutiny to its laser hair-removal treatments, and the clinic backs both procedures with steadfast guarantees.
Many people may have misgivings about turning to cosmetic injectables such as Botox and Dysport, and no one understands those hesitations better than Dr. Sherly M. Soleiman, MD. Dr. Soleiman is a board-certified physician who has worked in urgent care facilities and family practices, but some years ago, she decided to expand her expertise into the field of cosmetic injectables after she suffered from a poorly-administered injection herself. "I had the medical skills and coordination in my hands to do better," she told Ventura Boulevard magazine.
Today, Dr. Soleiman continues to attend regular lectures and courses that allow her to deliver cosmetic injections as safely and efficiently as possible; in the past, she has even taken sculpting classes to enhance her understanding of facial symmetry. To help fight the aging process, she might recommend Botox, Dysport, or Juvederm injections, which help smooth wrinkles and diminish other signs of age, such as facial lines or a tattoo of Charlie Chaplin's autograph. And, in further pursuit of beauty and youth, she also utilizes the Obagi Skin Care System and can proscribe the lash-growing treatment Latisse.