Ceres Anastas is an artist with a new medium: the laser. For more than 20 years, she created art in the traditional sense, assembling mosaics and painting pieces that still hang in collections across the United States and in Europe. In 2010, she discovered in aesthetics another passion, this time beautifying bodies instead of blank canvases. After graduating from the National Laser Institute, she opened her clinic, where she depilates both men and women. She relies on the ClearScan laser, whose computer-guided handpiece covers areas evenly. In addition, its integrated cooling system makes the pulsating beams of light feel more comfortable on the skin. The procedure—whether it covers a small area such as the chin or a larger area, such as the dorsal fin—incurs no downtime. And, since each patient’s skin and hair type is different, Anastas determines the number of treatments needed on an individual basis.
Fountain Laser's skilled professionals help visitors achieve stubble-less skin by zapping hair follicles during laser hair-removal treatments. An efficient and precise computer scanner moves the two-headed laser across targeted zones, incinerating unwanted hairs and alien spies disguised as unwanted hairs while simultaneously diminishing discomfort with a sapphire contact-chill plate. An in-office or over-the-phone consultation before treatment allows the staff to answer any client questions about the procedure, as well as tailor each treatment to individual needs.
In a house on tree-lined historic Union Street, board-certified vein specialist Dr. Fort eliminates unwanted spider and varicose veins by using an array of noninvasive techniques, such as traditional and foam sclerotherapy, laser therapy, and minimally invasive surgical solutions. Esthetic Laser Centre's medical esthetician, Amy Perka, focuses attention on faces, using different types of lasers to reduce hyperpigmentation and tone complexions, along with chemical peels and dermaplaning. The lasers are also used to banish unwanted hair.