Led by board-certified dermatologist Dr. Cheryl Eberting, the skincare specialists at Alpine Dermatology care for dermises with medical and cosmetic treatments including laser hair removal, peels, and photodynamic therapy. The television show The Doctors praised the center’s personal microdermabrasion device for its exfoliating prowess and excellent interview skills, and the center's services have been featured in a number of media sources, including the Daily Herald and Health magazine. Glycolic peels and red and blue light treatments are a few of the center's specialties, helping acne sufferers unveil clearer skin without harsh antibiotics or prescription drugs. Above all else, Dr. Eberting prides herself on her extremely thorough skin exams, which help her protect her patients against melanoma and other forms of skin cancer.
At Ink Doubt, technicians zap away regrettable tattoos with the Cynosure laser system. They use it because it can erase even the most stubborn colors while creating less discomfort than other systems. It also lessens the chances of scarring. With it, they can often eradicate once-permanent body art in three to 12 treatments.
Provo native Dr. Richard Stone has been practicing dermatology in the Beehive State for more than three decades, treating skincare concerns, both medical and aesthetic. He and his team combat acne, eczema, and psoriasis and screen for cancer during regular checkups. The team members employ Fraxel lasers to zap wrinkles and promote cell renewal and remove body hair with Alma lasers. Beauty injections plump up thinned features or smooth out fine lines across the forehead or around the eyes or mouth.
The board-certified dermatologists at Intermountain Skin Cancer & Esthetics Center remove unwanted hair with the speed and professionalism of a nightclub bouncer. Lasers destroy hair follicles with heat to reduce regrowth over time, resulting in skin so smooth that it instills jealousy in the hearts of jazz jams, ice cream, and pickup lines involving Zodiac signs.