The business acumen of Radiant Skin Clinic’s medical aesthetician has been noted by the Globe and Mail, and she has appeared on the Global Regina Morning Show to discuss summer skincare practices, which most dermatologists agree is even more necessary for beautiful skin than sleeping face-down in a bowl of goat’s milk.
The team of dedicated medical professionals at Radiant Skin Clinic employs laser technology to execute a wide array of appearance enhancing services. Photofacial treatments use beams of light to tighten visages, whereas fractional laser skin resurfacing allays wrinkles and blotches, leaving behind smoothly repaved swaths of dermis. The clinic eradicates sagging with Botox injections and helps patrons work toward slimmer silhouettes with VelaShape contouring treatments. IllumniWave laser hair rejuvenation invites fuzz to grow faster than a baby cheetah fed with only multi-grain cheerios, and those who would rather bid hair adieu can enlist long-lasting laser hair-removal treatments.
Artemis instills youthfulness with an unlikely blend of artistry and science. Under the same roof, a team of board-certified physicians works alongside aestheticians trained in Chicago, Miami, and LA to rejuvenate patients from the inside and out. Milking convenient medical connections, the spa staff makes use of prescription-strength elixirs to smooth and clarify skin. The doctors flaunt their technical skill with vein-removing injections and lasers, non- and minimally-invasive liposuction alternatives, Botox injections, and championship tournaments of Operation.
Located inside the Shawn Kristopher Salon and MedSpa, Prater's Skincare and Laser Center is the brainchild of laser technician and aesthetician Erica Prater. She enlists the aid of Dr. Pirinelli, a Board-licensed anesthesiologist with experience in injectables, lasers, and other medical-spa treatments, to help improve clients' appearances. Using their slate of treatments, they help to banish body hair with laser hair removal, remove dead skin cells with microdermabrasion, and fade wrinkles with Botox injections or cinematic effects.
Dan Schildgen, owner and general manager of Calista Skin & Laser Center, has put together a skilled team of medical professionals that specializes in nonsurgical aesthetic treatments. Medical director Ann Nolen, DO, is not only board certified in both family-practice and regenerative medicine, but also a member of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. Dr. Nolen oversees the work of a certified senior laser technician with more than 15 years of experience, a registered nurse who helps people reach their weight-loss goals, and a highly trained laser-tattoo-removal expert who erases evidence of past fascinations with unicorns.
Aside from its knowledgeable beauty mavens, the center sets itself apart with some of the most advanced technology available. The eMax system's elōs technology combines bipolar radiofrequency, light, and diode-laser energies to target wrinkles, uneven skin tone, and unwanted hair. The eMatrix sublative rejuvenation system addresses acne scars and lesions, whereas ReFirme skin-tightening treatments create smoother, firmer appearances. The crew can also reduce fat and cellulite with VelaShape body contouring, giving clients enough confidence to stroll the beach in bikinis or participate in their offices’ Hot Pants Days.
Board certified in a trio of medical specialties, Dr. Robert L. True has been helping his patients improve their looks and top up their energy levels with hormonal and surgical treatments for more than 25 years. His practice of performing breast augmentations under local anesthesia?as opposed to general anesthesia or magic spell?has earned him local and national attention, including a mention in The New York Times. But that's not the only way his clinic stays on the cutting edge of modern treatments. He also uses hormone pellet therapy to combat mood swings, decreased libido, and sluggishness by implanting the pellets directly into the body's fatty tissue. To help clients with fat loss, he and his team also provide vitamin B12 injections and other metabolism-boosting supplements.
Medical expertise and aesthetic intuition intersect at Salon Cosmetique, where a team of clinicians uses nonsurgical treatments to combat signs of aging and restore skin's natural radiance. Dr. Maurice Gagnon and Dr. Michael White support the efforts of Gina Richey, the center's dedicated aesthetician, by injecting Botox and dermal fillers.
Salon Cosmetique also harnesses the rejuvenating benefits of light energy with Candela Gentle Yag and Ellipse cosmetic systems. Laser light energy can minimize the appearance of spider veins and acne breakouts, or to bolster collagen production and create firm, evenly toned skin. IPL treatments take a similar approach, using intense pulsed light to fade pigment irregularities such as sun damage or age spots. Among more traditional spa treatments, chemical peels and microdermabrasion deeply exfoliate while soothing facials indulge the skin without acceding to its demands for ermine pillowcases.