Although many urban dwellers wish to emulate the flawless physiques of ancient Greek statues, few can commit to daily cement baths. Achieve a deity-inspired form without a stony exterior with today's Groupon to North Cypress Family Practice & Laser Center. Choose between the following options:
• For $100, you get one Trinity laser tattoo-removal session on up to a four-square-inch section (a $200 value).
• For $129, you get 15 units of Botox (a $210 value).
North Cypress Family Practice & Laser Center's trained staff helps skin owners achieve smooth, shapely physiques through a plethora of physician-directed medical spa treatments. Customers seeking to de-stamp ill-advised back stylings, arm sleeves, or deactivated toe barcodes can partake in one session of the Trinity laser tattoo removal. The quick treatment starts with a quick consultation before blasting through stubborn skin ink on up to a four-square-inch section, often with minimal discomfort. Post-treatment, formerly tatted areas may experience redness and swelling. Multiple sessions might be necessary to fully remove the ink, depending on the image's age, quality, and embarrassment potential.
Alternately, gravity-harassed faces seeking to reduce the appearance of worry lines and wrinkles can enlist 15 units of Botox to help smooth the complexion. After a brief medical consultation, the 20-minute procedure calms the underlying muscle with an injectable solution designed to coax overactive facial animators into a gentle sleep for up to four months. Patients choose the lines they'd like to wipe away, including glabella lines creasing the skin between brows, crow's feet framing the eye orbs, or parentheses mistakenly marking the mouth as a mere supplementary facial feature.
Botox may cause serious side effects that can be life threatening, including problems swallowing, speaking, or breathing. Read all safety considerations for Botox here.
Cypress Medispa resident physician Dr. Amrit Thandi has experienced the evolution of lasers over the past decade by serving as a Luminary Advisor for Alma Lasers Inc.—the brand she still relies on to tighten slack skin, remove hair, and rejuvenate damaged complexions. The technology helps her maintain a practice that avoids invasive procedures, although she can perform minor surgeries at her office or refer patients to other specialists within the North Cypress Medical Center.
A graduate of Dayanand Medical College in Punjab, India, Dr. Thandi completed her residency in family practice at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Today, she practices general medicine and performs cosmetic enhancements with equal care aided by an aesthetician and a medical assistant. Dr. Thandi meets with each of her patients and has a hand in every procedure, from cosmetic injections to preventative care exams. The two aspects of the practice seem to balance out. Gentle body-sculpting treatments can be incorporated into a weight management regime, and up-to-date medical acuity can address dermatological concerns such as psoriasis or an embarrassing tattoo of the Pythagorean theorem.
21212 Northwest Fwy.
Cypress, Texas 77429