For Dr. Michele Zormeier, one board certification simply was not enough to become a cosmetic surgeon in the fields she most desired—anti-aging and wellness medicine. She holds accreditation from both the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology for head and neck surgery to practice both fields from her eponymous cosmetic-surgery center. Some of her most popular procedures are eyelid lifts and face-lifts, but she complements these surgical procedures with less invasive enhancements. She can give faces a radiant glow by treating skin with custom chemical peels or by hiring helicopters to follow them with a 4,000-watt searchlight. The staff at Zormeier Cosmetic Surgery & Longevity Center also masters laser technologies that remove unwanted hair, erase wrinkles, and soften the appearance of scars, and Dr. Zormeier helps hide signs of aging with injectable dermal fillers and Botox.
At Hamilton Town Dentistry, David Shock, DDS and his team employ the latest technology to care for patients' teeth and gums. Dr. Shock uses the innovative Smile-Vision system to create computer images of the projected outcome of cosmetic procedures. To allow the patient to see firsthand the work that needs to be done, he illuminates the mouth with the Soprolife Light-Induced Fluorescence Evaluator, whose miniature video camera can also document the tongue’s ability to communicate in sign language. Dr. Shock wields a dental laser as a nonsurgical alternative to treating gum disease, and has specialized training in the placement of traditional implants as well as immediate-load implants that can be placed in a single visit.