Backed by his skilled staff, Dr. Dinakar Golla—who studied at the renowned Boston University School of Medicine—customizes surgical and aesthetic treatments for the face, body, and skin at six locations. He revivifies sagging eyelids with blepharoplasty, cultivates svelte physiques with liposuction, and casts out unwanted hair and spider veins from the body's surface using high-tech lasers and exorcism. He and his team also perform a slate of noninvasive medical-spa services and massages to help further enhance beauty.
At Bangz! Bridgeville, the sun sheds its light through floor-to-ceiling windows on newly primped hairdos and nourished skin. As stylists crop split ends across from ornate wooden dressers, other staff members draw from botanical Danné Skin Revision formulas to subtract signs of acne and sun damage. Even the body's smallest trappings receive beautifying treatments: eyelash extensions augment fluttering lids, and colorful shellac manicures resist chipping without forcing patrons to type with their elbows.
Ceiling fan blades spin overhead like propellers. Vintage plane replicas and old-timey photos flank Flyboyz' barbers on all sides as they administer sleek scissor cuts and precise hot lather shaves. The shop's services have also been given military titles, such as the flybaby for infants, the veteran for seniors, and the camo, named for this carefully disguised joke.
The staff members at Sarah's Spa Sensations focus on the details during their beauty treatments. They customize manicures and pedicures with hand-painted nail art, enhance facials with microdermabrasion treatments, and include a blow-dry and style with every haircut.
Laser technician Anna Hilborn helms Opal Rose, which is located within the McDowell Shops. Here, she aims to resolve problematic skin expediently and safely. Stubborn acne is controlled when met with advanced laser treatments. Lasers also gently remove unwanted body hair while entertaining clients with light shows set to the Eagles.
The aestheticians at Spa in the Hollow believe in indulgence. Operating under the philosophy that life is "sweeter with a little instant gratification and self-indulgence," they've welcomed guests to their peaceful spa for over a decade. Visitors can begin their journeys in the Serenity Room, taking some light refreshment while basking in the glow of a fireplace. Then, for an elemental contrast, they might lie down beside a waterfall for a massage in the garden gazebo, set in a landscape that includes a pond landscaped with Eastern-style trees, rocks, and grasses. Drawing on a different kind of vegetation, mango or coconut lime pedicures soften feet as the hands cradle a complimentary cocktail designed to make their insides feel tropically smooth.