Dr. Robert Jackson modifies the way people look, but he also aims to shape the future of cosmetic surgery in the United States. When he's not filling wrinkles, removing fat, or tightening loose skin at Hamilton Surgical Arts, he authors articles for medical journals, plays tic-tac-toe on cocktail napkins, and contributes wisdom to professional organizations that oversee and uphold industry standards. Dr. Jackson works alongside Dr. Chris Lowery, a board-certified doctor of general and cosmetic surgery. The doctors combine their expertise to help clients attain their desired look, whether through minimally invasive or surgical procedures.
Indy Laser Hair Removal’s staff of skin specialists harnesses the FDA-approved Zerona cold-laser technology, designed to reduce corporeal circumferences by an average of 3.5 inches. During each session, clients relax beneath a beam-slinging apparatus for 40 minutes as it glides low-light lasers over their waistline, back, hips, and thighs, emulsifying adipose tissue so that fat can sneak its way out of the body. The disintegrated lipid depots can then be absorbed by the body’s obsessively tidy lymphatic system and expelled through the body’s natural detoxification process and complex system of water-slides. The noninvasive treatment requires minimal recovery time.
An outspoken advocate and preeminent researcher of medical laser technology, Dr. Gregory Chernoff brings his vast experience in the field to his cosmetic practice. Together with Dr. Khoa Lai and Dr. Montegut, he spearheads the charge against unwanted bodily imperfections such as obesity, unwanted hair, and varicose veins with both surgical and nonsurgical procedures. Outside of his practice, Dr. Chernoff has appeared on Dateline and BBC World News to promote the proliferation of lasers in medical procedures and the declaration of a national laser day.
The oral curators at Dental Solutions brighten bicuspids and their brethren with a range of innovative services. During a comprehensive prewhitening exam (a $50 value), one of the staff's dental dynamos checks for cavities and assesses gum health. Fit fangs are then fitted with a custom mouth tray for the at-home bleaching treatment (a $249 value). Applied to tray and teeth each night, the whitening gel stakes out stains for one to two weeks, driving them back to their nefarious coffee mugs and Sour Patch playpens. The resulting smile reveals chompers pared to an elegant, winning white.
After earning his doctorate from the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry in 2010, Dr. Boateng quickly relocated and settled in Fort Wayne. Here, he and his certified dental assistant, Megan, strive to make patients comfortable while administering services such as fillings, root canals, and extractions that don't involve the hassles of yanking really hard. To nurture a stress-free environment, they clearly communicate each procedure, the need for it, and what the potential alternatives are. Keeping the office immaculate and running smoothly is receptionist Cheryl Trout, whose 20 years of dental experience and friendly demeanor help foster a welcoming atmosphere.
Vital Living WellSpa's accomplished staff, which include registered nurses, licensed aestheticians, and 11 certified massage therapists, focus on healing bodies with de-stressing massages, rejuvenating facials, and calming body treatments. In fact, Vital Living requires patrons to fill out personal-health information forms, answer skincare questionnaires, and consult fortune tellers to ensure that problem areas aren't glossed over during body-mending sessions, causing future health troubles. The spa specialists then get to work repairing corporeal landscapes, revitalizing skin with more than 10 facial and body treatments that use high-end Bioelements and Sircuit Cosmeceuticals products and powerful essential oils, and untying knotted musculature with classic massage varieties such as deep tissue, trigger point, and neuromuscular therapy. Vital Living may also add extras such as hot packs, heated blankets, pillows, and sweet compliments to any treatment to further soothe corpora.
Led by medical director Ashok Kadambi, the team of a medical aesthetician, an RN, and a nurse practitioner work to combat signs of aging using advanced laser and radio technology along with traditional cosmetic treatments such as chemical peels and injectables. They can fade age spots with Elós radio-frequency treatments and remove unwanted body bristle with IPL laser hair-removal sessions. Additionally, a technician with the newest high-tech equipment can gussy up faces with permanent makeup application consisting of tattoos designed to save clients from having to put on their faces like extraterrestrial spies do.