The knowledgeable doctors and licensed aestheticians at Innovations Skin Rejuvenation and Laser Center call forth clear countenances with a variety of face-friendly services. After a complimentary skin evaluation, micropeels chip away at blocky brows with a three-step exfoliation to clear extinct epidermal fossils, plumb clogged pores, and reduce post-treatment tenderness with the delicate application of dry ice. Customers reset facial odometers back to showroom states with a Radiesse filler treatment, a blend of natural injections that smooth out wrinkles and creases to reveal youthful looks. The 15-minute session yields immediate results that can last up to one year as the body gradually absorbs the ingredients from the filler. Stressed smiles and smirks procure pampering with Innovations' therapeutic facial, which soothes skin with a customized blend of exfoliation, deep cleansing, and massage.
Drs. Lupinetti, Rogliano, and Hockenberry team up to banish dental distress in even the most fearful patients with a soothing atmosphere and patient-focused care. Opt for a Zoom! teeth-whitening treatment, designed for safe, immediate shade-shifting results of at least 6–10 shades. This quick, virtually pain-free process takes a little more than an hour and involves the application of a scientifically formulated gel activated under a specially designed Zoom! light. Much like building a cubicle, the entire Zoom! process takes place in-office, which means you'll be exempt from additional take-home whitening regimens. However, to remain at the pinnacle of pearliness, five out of five dentists recommend maintaining proper care.
Dr. Jun Park repairs dull, decaying, and chipped teeth with procedures that include teeth whitening, root canals, and implants. To keep smiles looking their best, Dr. Park can also fill cavities with tooth-colored fillings or extract wisdom teeth before they develop the ability to think for themselves.
At Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry of Maryland, Howard Rothschild, DDS uses his 30 years of experience and extensive training to care for patients. After spending two years with the 101st Airborne Division, Dr. Rothschild went on to teach as an assistant professor at the University of Maryland Dental School and provide dental services to the Baltimore Colts.
Dr. Rothschild and his team furthered their education at the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, where they learned about cutting-edge techniques, such as porcelain-veneer smile makeovers. Other high-tech equipment includes a computerized anesthetic system that minimizes discomfort and the CEREC system, which allows staff to fabricate ceramic restorations in one visit rather than outfitting teeth with temporary crowns or tiny motorcycle helmets.