The board-certified plastic surgeons at Virginia Institute of Plastic Surgery transform patients with surgical and noninvasive procedures ranging from brow lifts and tummy tucks to Zeltiq CoolSculpting treatments. A fully noninvasive procedure, CoolSculpting freezes fat cells to let them be disposed of by the body’s natural processes, helping create a smoother, slimmer physique. The specialists possess a unique knowledge of this procedure not only because of the numerous treatments they’ve performed, but also the medical and educational achievements they’ve made.
Dr. Burton M. Sundin earned undergraduate degrees at Duke University in both biology and art history, which gave him a strong foundation in the scientific and aesthetic facets of plastic surgery. He went on to finish medical school and his residency in plastic surgery at Duke before completing fellowships in hand surgery and advanced cosmetic procedures. His partner, Dr. Reps Sundin, completed formal fellowship training in cosmetic surgery and has learned from some of the most renowned experts in the field. He has also participated in medical missions to Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
In the springtime, pink blossoms hang from tree branches outside of Rhonda's Skin Care to create an scenic entranceway to the peaceful med spa. Inside, internationally trained Master Aesthetician Rhonda Carlile brings out the natural beauty of all skin types with techniques she learned in South Africa, France, and the United States. At her side is Esthetician Emili Klammer, Nurse Practitioner Amy Cavanagh, as well as Medical Director Dr. James Cook. Together they use the cutting-edge treatments to help skin look healthier and more vibrant. Additionally, Rhonda's Skin Care participates in Brilliant Distinctions rewards program.
Rethinking The Ink aims to help mistakes disappear by arming themselves with advanced laser technology in a comfortable environment. Technicians remove tattoos by targeting ink under the outer layer of skin and breaking it down, which the body expunges naturally. To ease any discomfort, technicians employ a cryo-chilling machine to de-ouch skin before and during procedures and can include a topical anesthetic, as well, for especially sensitive clients.