May 16th– 22nd is National “EMSCULPT NEO WEEK.” Get your body in shape for the summer. Take advantage of one of these great specials! Enjoy a”
BOGO EMSCULPT NEO Special: Buy one abdomen or buttock package and get a FREE arm or calf package.
BOGO EMSCULPT NEO Abdominal package for two persons (must be done simultaneously)
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Dr. Sykes appears on a segment of the TV show “The Balancing Act” to discuss surgical versus non-surgical treatment of face and body. Hope you enjoy!
If you would like more information, call the office and set up a VIRTUAL consultation.
It’s not too early to think about the beach. Do you have a stubborn spot you just can’t get rid of no matter how hard you diet and exercise? Ask us about Liposonix. Lose one inch in one hour with one treatment! Call our office to schedule your consultation.
Mary, our wonderful aesthetician, has begun doing dermaplaning. This is generally performed on a monthly basis, as a complement to facials or as a stand-alone treatment. It involves the use of a surgical scalpel, and the fine “vellus” hairs of the face and neck are gently removed. This also thoroughly exfoliates the face, yielding a healthy glow. In so doing, it also removes dead skin cells, which can act as a barrier to rejuvenative products, such as ZO or Skin Better Science. You will love the results!
In response to an increasing number of inquiries over the past few years, I have begun to perform labiaplasty, or feminine genital surgery. This procedure is generally requested for people who feel they have an excess of tissue in the genital area, which may cause problems with clothing, hygiene, sexual function, or just simply discomfort with appearance.
There is a lot of discussion these days about breast implants. Are they safe? Can they cause cancer? Can they make you sick?
At this time, there is a known but very rare form of cancer that has been associated primarily with textured breast implants (Biocell). The plastic surgery society (ASPS) is carefully reviewing this data along with the FDA. Currently, their recommendations are that your implants are fine if you have no symptoms.
There are also people who feel their breast implants are making them ill. One name for it is “Breast Implant Illness.” In these cases, removal of the implants can relieve the patient’s symptoms about 50% of the time.