Dr. Jay Bansal has performed more than 20,000 successful LASIK procedures since his 1994 certification by the American Board of Ophthalmology. Dr. Bansal, a physician trainer for IntraLase technology and the medical director of LaserVue Eye Center, performs every single LASIK procedure at three of the center’s four locations: San Francisco, Mountain View, and Walnut Creek. He specializes in a blade-free process using iLASIK wavefront technology, which relies on advanced lasers and enhanced optical imagery to improve a patient’s chances of achieving 20/20 or better vision while decreasing their chances of experiencing nighttime blurriness. In addition to LASIK, LaserVue’s American Board of Ophthalmology-certified eye surgeons and ophthalmic technicians offer several types of cataract surgery, as well as treatments for other ocular conditions such as dry eye or glaucoma.
As the name suggests, Elite Vein Specialists focuses on one goal: eliminating unwanted spider and varicose veins. Dr. Nicholas Hyde?a Yale-trained, board-certified practitioner?oversees a staff of medical experts as they help clients achieve unblemished skin. They rely on minimally invasive methods to banish unwanted veins, such as sclerotherapy injections or ambulatory phlebectomy. Most treatments are quick and show results within two to three months, ensuring guests can get back to their everyday shorts-modeling routines.
Dr. William Ellis sharpened his corneal crafting skills at the side of Professor Syvatslov Fyodorov, the father of modern radial keratotomy, and has since completed more than 50,000 LASIK procedures in his career. With a keen focus on personal attention and individual patient needs, he performs every laser vision surgery at all six Ellis Eye & Laser Medical Center locations, relying on an armory of advanced technology to map eye terrain, correct vision, and prepare patrons to work as a chameleon’s parole officer. Further showcasing his knowledge on the subject, Dr. Ellis has written a medical textbook on eye surgery entitled Keratotomy Surgery for Myopia, Hyperopia and Astigmatism.
Certified aesthetic nurse specialist Deborah Francesconi of Vein Specialists of Northern California harnesses 25 years of nursing experience combined with continuing education to skillfully fill in concaving epidermises with FDA-approved Botox and Dysport treatments. The 45-minute session will commence with a thorough evaluation, presenting ample time for clients to ask questions, pose concerns, and sing the alphabet backward before Francesconi tends to individual wrinkled areas. Whether treating fine lines and wrinkles with Botox or Dysport, visages will be introduced to small, nearly painless injections that temporarily target sites of sagging skin such as crow's feet, neckbands, or worry lines graffitied between the brows. Though both treatments boast a purified-protein base, Dysport can leave mugs line-free for up to four months, whereas Botox's full results last up to six months and can also help to treat excessive underarm sweating.