Dennis Van Scoy founded Van Scoy Hair Clinics in 1969 to help people with thinning hair—a group that includes Van Scoy himself—to find more options for hairstyling. Today, Van Scoy is a sought-after instructor for hair-replacement designers; he’s also a national lecturer and a consultant for leading international manufacturers. Since founding the clinics, Van Scoy’s reach has expanded from the original location in Ashland to two additional clinics in Cleveland and Columbus, which he operates with the help of his wife, Sandra, and sons, Scott and Todd.
The staff at the three clinics draws from more than 150 years of hair-restoration experience and the latest industry developments to transplant, replace, and prevent the loss of hair. They are trained to perform a patented technique by PAI Medical Group called Multi-Unit Hair Grafting, during which they can transplant two to three times more hair (up to 8,000 hairs) than a traditional transplant. Technicians also use the Sensi-Graft system to provide a semipermanent solution to hair loss without surgery.
Among the other high-tech procedures offered: the high-tech Cyberhair, which helps in natural-looking hair replacement, or laser light hair therapy, which works to prevent hair loss and uncover any treasure maps tattooed to your head.
Dominic Doughery is serious about what he does. Behind the styling chairs at Bellavia Salon, the artist calls upon decades of experience, paired with up-to-the-minute trend consciousness, to leave his clients feeling beautiful and true to themselves. Both Dominic trained extensively, starting his career as soon as he pulled his shears from the fated cosmetology stone, and rigorously updates his skill sets. His career and training history includes time spent at Roffler, Shearpower, Paul Mitchell, and Hair Surgeons.
Aesthetic procedures benefit from cutting-edge medical expertise at Revitalize MD MedSpa and Laser Center. As the center's medical directors, Drs. Tiffany Hall and Amina Husain rely on their extensive experience in fields ranging from obstetrics to reconstructive surgery. However, they also offer nonsurgical methodologies as they help clients obtain their desired complexion or body shape. They accomplish this by enlisting the aid of modern advancements in aesthetic technology and skincare products.
Using the Candela GentleYAG and Alexandrite cosmetic-laser systems, technicians can improve skin tone by zapping unsightly stubble or sealing noticeable spider veins. The low-power YOLO Curve laser contours the body by shrinking stubborn fat deposits, and VelaShape technology accomplishes a similar goal by bombarding adipose tissues with a combination of bipolar radio frequencies and infrared-light energy. While permanent makeup procedures can create timeless, natural-looking eyebrows or eyeliner, the med spa can also use a Q-switched laser system to remove tattoos.
Beyond medically assisted therapies, Revitalize MD MedSpa and Laser Center also pampers visitors with an array of more traditional spa treatments. Alternatively, aestheticians can restore skin by performing facials with clinical-strength products by companies such as Obagi.
Rachel Cooper specializes in color. She brandishes her tint brush deftly, whether crafting natural looks or dipping ends in a bold, punky hue. In addition to executing chameleon-esque color changes, Cooper snips locks, shapes 'dos, and waxes what hairs her clients don't want. She's been in the beauty industry since the invention of combs, which was almost 15 years ago.
As Shawon Brown-Gullette told Robin McMacken of the Dayton Daily News, she keeps a box of tissues near her hair-system station at Infinitee Trichology Centre. But they aren't there to curb sneezes or fold into origami. According to Brown-Gullette, they absorb the tears of joy and renewed self-confidence that the hair-loss expert often witnesses as she outfits clients with discrete hairpieces that match the natural color and texture of surrounding hair.
Brown-Gullette—who is certified through the International Association of Trichologists and who has presented local seminars on hair loss—takes a holistic approach to reversing alopecia, one that may require a commitment to a healthy lifestyle and proper nutrition. After running medical tests to explore the root causes for thinning hair, Brown-Gullette employs several personalized treatments, including the use of electrotherapy, ultraviolet rays, and low-level laser therapy.
Dr. Mark Mandell-Brown, a triple-board-certified cosmetic surgeon, calls upon 25 years of experience to perform facial plastic and body cosmetic surgery that include face-lifts, tummy tucks, and rhinoplasty, earning inclusion in Cincinnati Magazine's Top Doctors list for Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery in 2013 and 2014, and Plastic Surgery Practice?s Best of 2012 and 2013 Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeons list.
Dr. Mandell-Brown and medical aesthetician Debra Mauro boost patients' appearances with facials, waxing, and laser hair-removal. Amid earth-tone walls and elegant d?cor with modern paintings and sculptures, the practice offers the familiarity and confidentiality of a private office paired with the amenities of a hospital. As an expert in many areas, Dr. Mandell-Brown also performs breast augmentations and reconstructive surgeries, for which he is nationally known and a trained nurse is on hand to apply permanent makeup.