Triple board-certified surgeon Dr. Jan Zemplenyi of Bel-Red Center for Aesthetic Surgery—which opened in 1989—makes himself available 24/7 after every patient’s reconstructive, cosmetic, or otolaryngology surgery. He can reach for Botox injections to ward off facial wrinkles, or use a Reaction by Viora system, which combines three radio-frequency modes and a vacuum effect, to tighten skin while simultaneously spooking cellulite until it runs away. The doctor also performs noninvasive treatments such as chemical peels and laser resurfacing, and donates his services to victims of domestic violence.
Helmed by Philip Young, MD, the team at Aesthetic Facial specializes in surgical procedures and cosmetic care with a special emphasis on facial features. The microdermabrasion treatment freshens facades by gently sandblasting away dead skin cells with a stream of tiny crystals and by sucking up fallen-enemy cells with a vacuum. In less than 30 minutes, sun-damaged and aging layers of skin will be a distant memory, and fine lines and scars from acne, burns, and trauma will be noticeably diminished. Since there's no downtime for the skin to recover, most patients can immediately apply sunscreen or makeup to newly exfoliated skin that's brighter, tighter, and smoother, allowing you to infiltrate your workplace unnoticed and raid the donuts as coworkers blame it all on a youthful, vivacious intruder.
After receiving degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University, Dr. Samson Lee teamed up with Dr. Alice Kuntz, a Stanford University and University of California School of Medicine at San Francisco graduate listed by Seattle magazine as one of the top doctors of 2011. Together with licensed aesthetician Bethany Capodanno, these board-certified surgeons operate a pair of offices where they perform cosmetic and reconstructive surgeries with a focus on facial and neck rejuvenation.
Dr. Michael Steiner, MD, is an ophthalmologist and oculoplastic surgeon who's been treating Seattle–area peepers for more than two decades. In addition to performing reconstructive and plastic surgery with a keen eye for aesthetics, Dr. Steiner addresses glaucoma, cataracts, and diabetic issues. During all surgeries, Dr. Steiner uses local sedation, a safer alternative to general anesthesia.
At Cosmetic Surgical Arts Center, owner and triple board-certified surgeon Dr. Donald Wortham uses his expertise and certifications in cosmetic, facial plastic and reconstructive, and head-and-neck surgery to sculpt and contour bodies during a range of surgical procedures. Because plastic surgery is a weighty decision, the doctor strives to inform each patient about the details about their desired service and tailor each procedure to the patient receiving it. A thorough presurgical consultation not only helps the patient understand their procedure, but also informs the physician about the patient's aesthetic concerns. With this knowledge, the surgeon devises a custom treatment plan and presents it to the patient through detailed discussion and spirited rounds of Pictionary.
Since 1996, a medical aesthetician has helmed Cosmetic Surgical Arts Center's full-service med spa. To ensure clients get the best effects, the aesthetician personally researches and evaluates many skincare lines before offering them for purchase. They remove unwanted hair with a LightSheer laser and perform a slate of Aromatic spa facials, clinical chemical peels, and microdermabrasion treatments.