With 18 years of skin-clarifying experience, The Kopelson Clinic's head aesthetician Elizabeth Carranza expertly pampers visages with relaxing facials. One-hour anti-aging treatments start with a thorough cleansing to remove residue from makeup and mustaches before a relaxing massage soothes facial muscles. Faces are then bedecked with nutrient-imbuing serums and hydrating moisturizers rubbed gingerly across cheeks, jaws, and foreheads to grant them a vibrant glow.
In his career as a Beverly Hills cosmetic physician, Dr. Robert Nettles weaves together his medical, artistic, and inventive talents to bring his patients solutions for their cosmetic issues. His innovations in cosmetic derma surgery include the Nettles method of hair transplants and nonsurgical rhinoplasty that offers nose reshaping without costly hospital stays or fad nose diets. Adopting an empathetic demeanor, the renowned doctor allays patient concerns during pretreatment consultations that match each person's beauty goals with the right treatment. Nettles Non-Surgical Beauty—as well as the doctor's numerous contributions to the field of medical cosmetics—has also been praised on an array of major media outlets that include the Bravo and Fox networks and the Los Angeles Times.
Dr. Susan Evans shares skincare advice with people around the world as one of The Dr. Oz Show's expert contributors. However, when she isn't writing blog posts, she's overseeing her eponymous clinic, Dr. Susan Health and Beauty Institute. Here, she and her staff perform dermatology and skincare services such as Botox, laser hair removal, and nonsurgical facial rejuvenation. Her treatments often incorporate skincare products from her own medical-grade skincare product line, which combat wrinkles more effectively than an infant's skincare regimen.
The dermatologists, physician assistants, and nurses at American Dermatology Centers are well versed in all dermatological matters, specializing in both cosmetic and medical skin problems. The center's aesthetic arsenal includes V-Beam, GentleLase, SmoothBeam and Q-Yag lasers that are each calibrated to nix blemishes and acne, erase spider veins and scars, and even whisk away unwanted hair and tattoos. The center also treats faces with cosmetic fillers such as wrinkle-reducing Botox, Dysport, and Restylane. More serious epidermal issues are referred to the center’s dermatologists, who are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of all disorders of the skin, hair and nails including acne, cysts, allergic reactions, skin cancer and melanoma.
Dedicated solely to laser tattoo and laser hair removal, Dr. Tattoff clinics have performed more than 200,000 procedures total, and have garnered national attention from press such as the New York Times and People magazine. The business’s specialized approach relies on experience—procedures are performed by clinicians who have performed thousands of treatments each—and science, which is especially evident through the Kirby-Desai scale. Created in-house, the Kirby-Desai scale enables doctors to accurately determine how many treatments a tattoo needs for complete removal as well as the tattoo’s weight, in case patients want to mail it to their past selves as a warning. Dr. Tattoff devotes similar scrutiny to its laser hair-removal treatments, and the clinic backs both procedures with steadfast guarantees.
As a board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Sophie Shirin works to rid the skin of aesthetic hindrances such as redness and wrinkles, in addition to medical ailments such as dangerous moles and cancer. She personally administers all treatments at her modern office equipped with up-to-date technology. Laser treatments combat the various signs of aging, and injectables reduce fine lines or plump collagen in the face. When scouring birthday suits for carcinomas and melanomas, Dr. Shirin pays extra-close attention, as early detection of these growths provides the best chance for a cure. She’s also specially trained in Mohs micrographic surgery, allowing her to leave healthy tissue intact when removing the malevolent cells.