Lasers can be used to solve virtually any problem at Ultimate Vein Care. Specifically, the technicians?under the guidance of board-certified vascular surgeons?enlist three different cosmetic laser systems that provide them with the flexibility to treat various skincare conditions using minimally invasive means. By bombarding the skin with specific wavelengths of laser light energy, the technicians are able to rid clients' bodies of unsightly stubble or spider veins, and they can also improve the skin's overall tone and texture by minimizing the appearance of blemishes such as wrinkles, age spots, and acne scars. The versatility of the laser systems allows the staff to more effectively treat clients with a range of skin types. However, lasers aren't the center's only recourse for dealing with varicose or spider veins. Sclerotherapy is also an option, sealing off blood vessels with the help of very fine injections instead of microscopic strands of caution tape.
Dr. Leesa Richardson understands the complex workings of the body?s one-way valves, the veins. At The Vein Treatment and Aesthetic Center, she draws from extensive training in phlebology to diagnose disorders and treat them using sclerotherapy, laser therapy, and surgical vein stripping. The center also treats other visible skin imperfections with such aesthetic services as dermaplaning, chemical peels, and laser hair-removal treatments. Products from Skinceuticals, ZO, and GloMinerals aid in pampering skin, fighting signs of aging, and supporting alibis involving the fountain of youth.
Three points of focus exist at Arizona Eye Institute & Cosmetic Laser Center: ophthalmology, optometry, and cosmetic surgery. Under the guidance of medical director Emilio M. Justo, M.D., the medical staff works to improve the vision of their patients, as well as assisting them in achieving aesthetic goals. The Arizona state?licensed and AAAHC-accredited outpatient surgery center allows Dr. Justo, his team, and their band of surgical elves to care for patients within the comfortable confines of their own facility, eliminating the need to journey to a hospital.
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.
Made up of a nurse practitioner and experts on nutrition, anatomy, and aesthetics, Louisville Lifestyle Medicine's staff helps patients manage existing medical conditions or simply feel their best. The center's services cover a broad range of disciplines, and include everything from photorejuvenation and pixel skin resurfacing to pigmented lesion removal and hair removal. Staff members assess patients' health through physical exams and diagnostic tests, and fend off pneumonia, tetanus, and shingles with immunizations. Participants in the guided weight-management program benefit from the staff's varied skill sets to help shed pounds, whether through custom meal and exercise plans, expert guidance, or by emptying one's pockets of heavy change. Many patients also manage the effects of declining hormone levels with the center's bio identical hormone therapy, whose plant-derived medicines mitigate symptoms ranging from poor libido and weight gain to fatigue, depression, and mood swings. Cosmetic services include injectables such as Botox, Dysport, Restylane, and Juvederm.
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.