No amount of time spent researching can replicate experience. So, when it comes to its weight-loss supervisors, Ageless Center gives its clients both?the staff members have lost more than 1,200 pounds collectively. So when they teach, they're drawing from memory as well as their studies. They utilize six programs to help people drop unwanted pounds, recalling their own struggles as they monitor each client's progress at weekly meetings. They've even written their own cookbook with healthy recipes and tips.
In the interest of boosting confidence even further, the center has its own medical spa onsite. There, visitors can treat their complexions to facials, fade wrinkles with injectables such as Botox, and clear away bothersome body hair or skin imperfections with laser procedures.
Owner David Stonis understands that one size does not fit all, whether in relation to clothes or cosmetic lasers. That's why Cosmetic Laser stocks two different types of lasers to effectively remove hair or beautify skin of all tones. Stonis attends ongoing education seminars to stay up-to-date on the latest technologies, treatments, and slang terms for laser beams. Between him and his staff of licensed aestheticians and physicians, Cosmetic Laser has performed more than 20,000 treatments.
Dr. Michael Samuel and Dr. Steve Samuel at Body Allure refine the human form with a three-pronged approach. Their diet programs help reduce cravings and chase away pounds, and their wellness programs recalibrate unbalanced hormone levels and address the needs of the adrenal glands. Among their beauty treatments, fat-fighting injections help patients fit into their most revealing lederhosen, and SmoothShapes lasers diminish the appearance of cellulite.
In 1999, Kleinert Kutz Hand & Aesthetic Plastic Surgery made history when surgeons from its team performed America's first hand-transplant surgery. While the 15-hour procedure served as a crowning achievement for the clinic, which had been specializing in hand care since 1960, it was also a starting point—it preceded the next four hand transplants in America, as well as the world's first digital artery repair and bilateral forearm replantation. Backed by this comprehensive understanding of hand and arm biomechanics, the team now successfully addresses issues of any severity, from fractures to inappropriately loud golf claps. It also helms a complete plastic-surgery center. Its plastic surgeon's full range of surgical tucks, lifts, and contouring procedures are complemented by noninvasive treatments such as laser facial rejuvenation and skin peels.
By the time Dr. Richard H. Dubou brought his talents to Louisville Plastics, he had already racked up a string of accomplishments. His achievements included graduating cum laude from Brandeis University, earning his medical degree from State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, and serving as lieutenant commander of the United States Public Health Service at the Marine Hospital’s surgery department in Galveston, Texas. Today, at Louisville Plastics, he oversees a staff of health and beauty specialists who help clients alter their outer appearances through elective surgery as well as less invasive measures, such as Radiesse injections, which reduce fine lines and increase skin’s volume with a special formula.
Health and Image’s team of medical professionals—including a physician, a medical assistant, and a permanent-cosmetics technician—performs detailed aesthetic services that can help ease the signs of aging or shed unwanted pounds. Treatments such as Obagi Blue chemical peels, cosmetic injections, and laser skin-tightening reduce the appearance of wrinkles caused by worrying about how your wrinkles look. The staff also prescribes appetite suppressants which, when combined with a healthy diet and exercise plan, can help spur weight loss.