You may know him as the Tampa dermatologist interviewed on the news. But over the years thousands of adults and children have trusted Board Certified Tampa dermatologist Dr. Seth Forman with their skin. They've also depended on him for cosmetic dermatology.
Dr. Mackay's team unleashes the power of a laser-less procedure to reduce the appearance of tiny blood vessels on or around the legs. First-time patients will receive a complimentary consultation, in which a vein specialist will discuss treatment options and screen them for underlying issues or complications, such as vein disease or conch shells posing as kneecaps. During the sclerotherapy treatment—which typically takes about 15 minutes—a highly trained physician's assistant, nurse practitioner, or nurse treats veins with a tiny needle filled with a special solution that is formulated to throttle meddlesome vessels, collapsing them and stopping blood flow. Although results vary depending on the individual, most patients require three to four treatments. While there is typically little to no downtime, clients should spend the next few days avoiding strenuous exercise, prolonged sun exposure, hot water, and kickboxing bouts with kangaroos.
Though LoCicero Medical Group comprises a diagnostic center, pharmacy, lab, and med spa—its staff's mission is singular: boosting the overall wellness of its patients. The specialists include allergists, cardiologists, and rheumatologists, hailing from alma maters such as the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and University of South Florida. A board-certified physician oversees the beauty procedures performed in the med spa, ensuring all wrinkle-fighting injections and hair-ousting laser treatments are suitable for each individual patient.
Looking at her lengthy service list, it may be hard to believe that Brittany Niles does them all herself. But this skin expert helms her self-named business, treating her clients to luxurious facials, exfoliating microdermabrasion, peels, and back facials. She also peppers in soothing add-ons—such as head and hot-stone massages—to leave her clients more relaxed than a spaghetti noodle in a jacuzzi.