For more than 40 years, the doctors and staff at Premier Image Cosmetic and Laser Surgery have worked to beautify clients inside and out with cosmetic plastic-surgery procedures. The center's three board-certified plastic surgeons don't just fulfill the required minimum to form a surgeon folk-rock band—they also furnish the diverse specialties necessary to lavish their patients with services ranging from facelifts and rhinoplasty to liposuction, tummy tucks, and breast augmentation. Meanwhile, an in-house anti-aging physician treats hormone imbalances and coaches guests on losing pounds through the hCG diet. The team also bolsters patients' appearances with nonsurgical procedures including facial injectables, laser hair and tattoo removal, and microdermabrasion treatments that reduce the appearance of wrinkles and pores stretched by spelunking freckles.
The interior of Premier Image Cosmetic and Laser Surgery conjures a sense of serenity with its rich wood floors complemented by walls in quiet earth tones such as forest, sand, and ozone layer. Contemporary artwork hangs over unimposing furniture in the waiting room, and a more formal reception space beckons visitors with pastoral art and an oriental area rug.
Science meets art at North Fulton Plastic Surgery. As a board-certified plastic surgeon and otolaryngologist who has operated a private practice since 1998, Dr. Brian Howard commits to helping his patients achieve their aesthetic goals by recommending and performing an array of surgical as well as noninvasive procedures. Although their surgeries can affect dramatic cosmetic changes, Dr. Howard's technicians and aestheticians also enlist an assortment of cutting-edge technologies to yield equally impressive results from their noninvasive treatments. In addition to the Fraxel technology and the Q-switched Nd:YAG and ruby laser systems, the center also features devices that harness ultrasounds or radio frequency waves to promote spot fat reduction. Together, their medical and medspa treatments can boost patients' confidence by helping them look svelte and more youthful than the picture on their Big Wheel-driver's license.
For more than 25 years, Dr. Alan Gardener has nurtured complexions at his namesake practice, which now spreads radiance even farther with a satellite location. At both offices, Dr. Gardner and his right hand dermatologist, Dr. Mike Kelleher, tackle a range of skin issues such as abnormal moles, acne, and rashes using advanced equipment and medical-grade products. Spa-like services include more than 10 facials that utilize thermal mud, natural fruit acids, and Eminence skincare products. Hands and feet are soaked, scrubbed, and masked during mani-pedis, which use highly sterilized tools and equipment, and unwanted veins, hair, birthmarks, and tattoos can be removed with a collection of lasers skin-matched paint.
Like the large, ferocious sponge dinosaurs that emerge from the tiny capsules in your morning bath, your body can swell with excess fluids, causing you to feel bloated and heavy. Today's Groupon to Renewed Image will wring out your body-sponge, clean up your body-crumbs, and resurface your body-bumps. For $55, you'll get your choice of one of six luxurious and transformative treatments ($125 value). Head to Renewed Image's Windy Hill Road location and indulge in the bubble-wrapped comfort of one of the following six treatments:
As the Medical Director of BARE MedSpa, Dr. Thomas J. Locke III leads a team dedicated to improving appearances with a combination of artistry and advanced technology. From photo facials that erase sun damage and boost collagen production to Vaser liposuction that slims down curves without invasive surgery, the center's aesthetic services keep clients looking and feeling their best.
In addition to technology-aided makeovers, BARE MedSpa's team also aids its clients through the latest advances in medical science. The center's anti-aging regimen turns back calendars through bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, addressing symptoms ranging from mood swings and hair loss to sleeplessness and fatigue. Designed by Dr. Locke himself, the center's MediQuick weight loss program helps clients shed pounds through a combination of prescription medication, energy-boosting injections, and weekly counseling and meal-planning sessions.
Wherever light can be used therapeutically, Radiance Light Systems is probably on top of it. The center opened as Wolff Tan USA in 1987, and is now known as Radiance Light Systems to reflect the many light-based services added to its roster on top of bed and spray tanning. Among them are hair and tattoo removal, as well as teeth-whitening treatments that use stain-dissolving lamps instead of firefly dentists. But at the center of the Radiance's offerings is LED light therapy, a process by which a special booth emits light that helps the body regenerate and heal, also helping skin look healthier in the process.