We Will Remain Open for VIRTUAL CONSULTATIONS and post-operative follow ups to Serve Our Clients’ Needs


With permission from local health care experts, our practice will remain open with limited hours and services. Please contact us today, as our hours may have changed to ensure the safety of our clients.

We will be offering virtual consultations over Facetime and Zoom

If you would like to purchase skin care products, give us a call and swing by. We will bring the items out to your car.


Ensuring the Safety of Our Community


To fulfill the needs of our clients and our community, our practice is currently open. We will continue to reference local healthcare authorities and practice excellent health standards to ensure your safety.

We want you to feel safe and comfortable during your visit, so we will thoroughly clean each area between appointments, provide hand sanitizer to staff and clients, and continue following our rigorous cleaning protocols. We understand that the situation can change at any moment, and we will be flexible and communicative with our clients throughout the next few months.

To schedule an appointment, fill out an appointment form or call our practice.

Laser Hair Reduction and Hirsutism from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

By Crystal Davidson on August 04, 2016

Unwanted Facial/Body hair is something most women deal with on a regular basis.  However, women suffering from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) suffer from a common side effect called Hirsutism.  Hirsutism is abnormal hair growth on places including; face, arms, chest, back, legs, pubic area.  Hirsutism is not only affecting women physically, it's affecting them emotionally.  Having excessive facial and body hair can make women feel embarrassed, but there are solutions and treatments to help control excessive hair growth.

First, let's discuss the cause of Hirsutism...  Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder caused by an increase in insulin levels.  This in turn, causes the ovaries to produce excess androgens.  Testosterone is one of these androgens, and most people relate testosterone to men.  Women also have testosterone, but much lower levels than men.  The abnormal high level of hormones cause the ovarian cysts , which have numerous side effects.  One of these side effects it excessive hair growth.  Women who suffer from PCOS with Hirsutism see their hair gradually change from thin and light to thick and dark.

Common hair removal techniques such as waxing, creams, and shaving can help reduce the appearance of hair for a only a few days.  At our office, we offer our patients suffering from Hirsutism Laser Hair Reduction (LHR) to drastically reduce the appearance of unwanted hair.   LHR uses a laser that reaches the deeper layers of your skin, damaging the hair follicles while they are in the growth process.  Because follicles follow different cycles of regeneration, you will need more than one treatment. We use LHR to control the growth of the dark, course hair patches.  Most patients typically need several treatments, usually spaced 4-6 weeks apart.

Laser Hair Reduction has given women suffering from PCOS and Hirsutism the freedom from constant shaving, creams, and waxing...  LHR can give them the confidence they once had!

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