From Botox to teeth whitening, nutritional counseling, and more, a medical spa is your destination for getting medical services in a spa-like environment. A medical spa operates under the full-time supervision of a licensed healthcare professional. Most services are minimally invasive and require little downtime, though at some spas, guests can meet with an on-site surgeon to discuss more aggressive options. Spafinder® Wellness is your online destination for finding the perfect medical spa for you!
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- Kiss those wrinkles goodbye. Botox®, a highly purified form of botulinum toxin A, is injected in very small amounts into specific muscles. It acts by blocking the transmission of nerve impulses to muscles to paralyze them. Many states stipulate that only medical doctors may administer Botox® injections; some states allow registered nurses or physician's assistants to deliver Botox® with doctor supervision. Be sure to ask questions of spa management before booking.
- Throw away your disposable razors once and for all thanks to laser hair removal. This treatment offers permanent reduction of hair growth by using laser light to target the melanin in hair follicles. It's important to remember the procedure is most effective on fair-skinned candidates with dark hair.
- Younger looking skin is just a light beam away. The term laser is an abbreviation for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. Laser skin treatments, also known as laser skin resurfacing, are a rapidly growing field of cosmetic medicine. A laser performs a precise exfoliation of your older skin cells, which are then replaced by newer, younger-looking skin.