Beauty Starts Within ...
We Add the Finishing Touches.
With all the extraordinary advances in medicine in the last century, more people are choosing plastic surgery as a means of looking and feeling their best. If your image in the mirror doesn’t fully reflect how great you feel inside, plastic surgery can help you feel better and more confident about your appearance.
Where Art Meets Medical Science
You may not think of a physician as an artist, but our surgeons are just that. They perform some of the most advanced medical procedures in the world with the eye of an artist, bringing new shape and attractiveness to the human form.
When visiting our estheticians at our office in Janesville, Wisconsin, you will receive the personal attention of highly trained skin care specialists who are backed by the full medical resources of the Mercy Regional Plastic Surgery, Skin and Laser Center. This ensures the highest quality products and services will always be provided. Our estheticians often consult with doctors and specially trained medical staff to ensure desired results.
Discover the beauty of healthy skin. Our estheticians can recommend ways to:
- Even out your skin tone
- Diminish fine lines
- Control acne breakouts
- Minimize the appearance of scars and bruises
- Reduce the appearance of facial age spots and spider veins
- Apply makeup using the latest techniques
- Make you feel pampered with special facials and treatments
- Learn more...
Meet Our Estheticians
Mercy’s estheticians have over 35 years of experience combined. Heather Farris, Amanda Gruber and Heather Sornson are highly trained skin care specialists backed by the full medical resources of the Mercy Regional Plastic Surgery, Skin and Laser Center. Our estheticians often consult with our doctors and specially trained medical staff to make sure you receive safe, effective care and the results you want. Our estheticians are fully trained in Obagi, gloTherapeutics, gloMinerals and other medically based skin care lines. Let their knowledge help you feel your absolute best.
Intense Pulsed Light
Have you ever wondered about the differences between laser and intense
pulsed light (IPL)? Ada Polla Tray, from the Society of Plastic Surgical
Skincare Specialists, writes in the latest newsletter that IPL devices
are not lasers. They are very different, both from technology and treatment
perspectives. IPL is non-monochromatic, meaning consisting of a single
wavelength. While lasers produce a single wavelength, thus targeting a
single light beam, IPL devices use filters.