At OM MediSpa, Dr. Savitha Susarla and her team champion whole-body health. That's why the board-certified physician and yoga devotee provides both family medicine and medspa services, with fully licensed aestheticians and massage therapists assisting her quest to increase clients' wellness. Their spa facials provide custom cleansing, while advanced treatments such as laser resurfacing and cosmetic injections reduce signs of aging. The specialists also offer reflexology sessions to encourage all-over vitality. In her medical clinic, Dr. Susarla welcomes patients for physicals, checkups, and the chance to practice saying "aaahh."
Laser Med Spa's aestheticians beautify and heal clients using advanced products and technology. That technology allows them to perform treatments such as laser hair removal, pixel skin resurfacing, or VelaShape cellulite treatments. Whatever the service, the staff treats each client as an individual; they'll explain each step of the process in addition to educating you on preventative and restorative maintenance.
In addition to their advanced medical techniques, the team also stockpiles some of the industry?s most forward-thinking dermatological products. Arbonne products blend antioxidants and natural botanicals to cleanse and smoothen the complexion with products for men, women, and children. Additionally, the Glominerals line has been used on top stars at the Academy Awards; it's garnered universal acclaim for its long-lasting effects without clogging pores or morphing your face into a Richard Nixon mask.
Doctor Landon Pryor and his team of medical professionals enhance their clients' aesthetic appeal with cosmetic treatments that smooth skin and fight signs of aging. Laser energy removes unwanted hair on the body by heating the follicle and removes unsightly veins without disrupting neighboring tissues, prompting them to call the cops. Trained RNs inject crumpled skin with dermal fillers that plump surfaces or inhibit muscle activity that cause wrinkles. Meanwhile, cosmetic surgery lifts, reduces, or enhances specific body parts to build confidence and alleviate discomfort.
Fox River Periodontics is not a center for time travel, though its patients’ family and friends may think so. Among the many treatments available, dental implants performed by Dr. Kamy Noruzi seamlessly replace broken or damaged teeth, and injections of Botox temporarily ease the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. In addition to these treatments, Fox River Periodontics' futuristic-looking office also appears to deceive time. High-tech equipment and services—such as cone-beam computed 3-D scanners, digital radiography, and an audio-visual patient-education program—provide quick results and in-depth information for each patient, helping them make better treatment decisions and get the most appropriate care.
To the staff at Renaissance Med Spa, a client's request for facial tightening never conjures images of a surgical procedure. Instead, the lateral-thinking staff would probably envision the Inmode fractora laser—a device that glides over skin to painlessly promote collagen production and fade wrinkles, acne scars, and Sharpie-drawn goatees. The spa offers nonsurgical solutions to other skincare woes, including laser hair removal, massage, and age-fighting dermal fillers. Each treatment is performed under the supervision of Dr. Carl Cucco, and the certified staff comprises registered nurses, nurse injector specialists, licensed massage therapists, and licensed aestheticians.
Sunlight streams through floor-to-ceiling windows in the waiting room at Lift Laser & Body, where a trio of doctors oversees aesthetic treatments powered by cutting edge technology. These procedures range from natural-looking plastic surgery such as tummy tucks and breast enhancements to less invasive procedures. Noninvasive treatments include SkinTyte, which relies on broadband light to get clients firmer and younger looking skin. Lift Laser & Body also offers rejuvenating ProFractional laser treatments for faces that can make patrons look younger, much like not calling a MP3 player “walkman.”