Cosmetic surgery can be intimidating. For clients at Premier Body Sculpting Laser Center, though, the path to a new physique is a breeze. The center's staff specializes in noninvasive i-Lipo and ultrasound-cavitation procedures, both of which have been featured on The Dr. Oz Show. During the i-Lipo treatment, pads with low-level lasers cover target areas, dissolving stored fat cells so they can be disposed of through natural processes. The ultrasound-cavitation treatment employs ultrasonic frequencies that break down fat cells and produce new collagen instead of just echolocating wall studs.
Fine Skin Dermatology and Medical Spa director Renuka H. Bhatt, MD keeps a close eye on her staff of board-certified dermatologists, aestheticians, and physicians' assistants as they work to foster skin rejuvenation. Like schoolchildren solving a word problem about peaches, techs trained in IPL hair removal deftly subtract fuzz, and visages in need of a pick-me-up can turn to a range of dermal fillers and UV-light treatments. Throughout their myriad treatments, skin specialists employ skin-preserving product lines such as NeoStrata, Pevonia, Kinerase, and Obagi.
If experience were measured in pounds, the laser technicians at Advanced Laser Clinics would be lugging around an aircraft carrier. Across the country, they have performed more than 250,000 treatments, banishing hair, acne, veins, and wrinkles from the body like so many itchy berets. During hair-removal sessions, technicians use the heated energy of the Lumenis LightSheer laser to destroy hair at the root as a built-in ChillTip prevents clients from experiencing excessive discomfort. The LightPulse Skin Renewal system reduces the appearance wrinkles, and other laser treatments work to eliminate surface veins and irritating acne that won't stop singing “MMMBop.” To ensure patients' safety, a medical doctor supervises technicians and oversees procedures such as aluminum-oxide crystal microdermbrasion, which is performed by medical aestheticians armed with skincare products from Cellex-C, Decléor, Dermalogica, Dermablend, and Dr. Brandt.
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.
Laser Med Spa's aestheticians beautify and heal clients using advanced products and technology. That technology allows them to perform treatments such as laser hair removal, pixel skin resurfacing, or VelaShape cellulite treatments. Whatever the service, the staff treats each client as an individual; they'll explain each step of the process in addition to educating you on preventative and restorative maintenance.
In addition to their advanced medical techniques, the team also stockpiles some of the industry?s most forward-thinking dermatological products. Arbonne products blend antioxidants and natural botanicals to cleanse and smoothen the complexion with products for men, women, and children. Additionally, the Glominerals line has been used on top stars at the Academy Awards; it's garnered universal acclaim for its long-lasting effects without clogging pores or morphing your face into a Richard Nixon mask.