At Forever 25 Medical Center, Dr. Nesreen Suwan offers patients a wide range of treatments to cultivate their appearance. Aesthetic treatments include injectables, stem cell therapy, and laser treatments that will remove a variety of things from spider veins to butterfly tattoos to hairs that make eyebrows look like upended centipedes. But clients also go to Dr. Suwan looking to manage their pain. That's because in addition to being an anti-aging expert, Dr. Suwan is also a certified neurologist with a wealth of experience treating headaches, fibromyalgia, and pinched nerves.
Gina Marie is all about color. She's been a board-certified colorist since 1999 and an educator for two professional color product lines. As if that weren't enough, she has also spent time training with Vidal Sassoon staff members in London. Add on to those accolades a couple of certifications in keratin fusion hair extensions and corrective color, and the result is a well-rounded stylist with the skills to back up her unique vision.
Dr. Amjad Safvi has spent more than 15 years in the medical field focusing on vascular issues, particularly varicose and spider veins. He now oversees Advanced Vein Treatment & Cosmetic Center, where he and his caring staff treat patients to complimentary consultations before administering laser, radio-frequency, and sclerotherapy vein treatments along with a host of other aesthetic treatments. The facility’s laser collection, the high-tech cherry on its med-spa sundae, allows the staff to showcase hair-removal, anti-aging, and facial-rejuvenation treatments that round out a crowded roster that includes SkinMedica chemical peels, Botox injections, and fillers that can last up to five years.
At each AmeriLaser Center and AmeriCosmetic Surgery Center in Des Plaines and Downers Grove, experienced laser technicians and aestheticians, under a team of supervising doctors, take time to listen to each client?s skincare needs. Building this rapport helps the staffers to craft custom treatment plans that may include non-invasive procedures like laser hair removal, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and dermal fillers, as well as invasive procedures like liposuction, breast augmentation, face lifts and tummy tucks. Their most celebrated treatment may be noninvasive skin tightening, which uses bipolar radio frequencies and magnetic pulses to help to firm lax skin caused by aging or extreme weight loss, and it has earned ringing endorsements from The Biggest Loser winner Michael Ventrella, WWE pro wrestler Lisa Marie Varon, and a cherry tomato that sat untouched in Elvis Presley?s fridge for years.
Many med-spa technicians use one or two lasers to treat a variety of beauty woes. Center for Dermatology & Skin Cancer's board-certified dermatologist Dr. Robert Kolbusz and his staff use no less than 20 medical lasers. They wield both Fraxel and Erbium skin-resurfacing lasers to help spur collagen production, they use a CO2 laser to destroy warts, they operate a Palomar Lux 1064 designed to fade unwanted veins, and they train their KTP laser's beams on faces to combat rosacea. They also use other advanced technologies to fine tune bodies, including everything from skin-tightening radio-frequency devices to acne-bacteria-killing blue lights.
Dr. Vipal Arora of Metamorphosis Med Spa directs a nonsurgical symphony of cosmetic procedures to refresh and relax clients. He injects dermal fillers into fa?ades to smooth wrinkles and crow's feet, and lasers guided by his hands simultaneously rejuvenate the skin and entertain the kittens carried in patients' purses. The doc's experience in photodynamic and light-heat therapies gifts visitors with noninvasive solutions for rosacea, hair reduction, and acne.