What You'll Get
$279 for a Full-Face Laser Resurfacing Treatment (Up to a $2,000 Value)
After a consultation, Clear Allergy Immunology Laser Center's Dr. Kavosh, who is licensed by the Texas Medical Board, treats sun damage during a one-hour laser treatment. The treatment is administered amid a contemporary, spa-like office, highlighted in Living magazine. Armed with an erbium laser—which is designed to be gentle to the face—the doctor deploys light rays to lessen the appearance of sun damage and reveal smooth, new skin.
The Fine Print
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About Clear Allergy, Immunology, and Laser Center
A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and a member of the American Medical Association, Dr. Eric Kavosh oversees Clear Allergy, Immunology, and Laser Center, which matches its sophisticated allergy diagnostic services with modern decor. Patients pass a stony water feature in the lobby and stroll through curved-ceiling hallways to arrive in treatment rooms, where Dr. Kavosh and his team confirm that clients are in fact allergic to cooties. To identify the underlying cause of an allergy's symptoms, the doctor uses advanced techniques such as rhinoscopy, which spots sinus-tissue problems that CT scans often miss. Dr. Kavosh also seeks to refortify patients whose weakened immune systems may cause them to suffer from frequent colds and infections, and his fleet of lasers works to remove unwanted hair, wrinkles, scars, and warts.