Health & Wellness: Medical Cosmetics

Health & Wellness: Medical Cosmetics

— From the pages of FLL#37 • Photo by Will Marks

It’s quite an exciting time for Dr. William A. Carter, MD and the rest his staff at Medical Cosmetics to be in the personal appearance improvement industry. Dr. Carter has been involved in outpatient aesthetics since 1999 and enjoys enhancing beauty through technology optimization. About sixty-five percent of Dr. Carter’s work utilizes FDA approved botulinum toxin-A products (BTA: Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin) and fillers, with BTA treatments being actually, and unexpectedly, the safest treatment he performs in the office. Throughout his career, Dr. Carter has completed about 50,000 BTA treatments on men and women of all ages.

In addition to BTA and fillers, Medical Cosmetics also provides services such as permanent makeup, Ultherapy, microdermabrasion, miraDry, chemical peels, microneedling, laser hair removal, and many other laser treatments including using Dr. Carter’s newest “toy,” SculpSure body contouring treatments.

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SculpSure actually reduces the size of unwanted bulges of fat on the body. In addition to markedly reducing the amount of time it takes to achieve the desired result compared to CoolSculpting (an older competing technique), SculpSure also uses a more comfortable methodology and costs the same, if not less than CoolSculpting treatments. SculpSure is the newest and most advanced technique for non-invasive subcutaneous fat reduction for belly, flanks, thighs, and other areas. So far, the results have been incredible. Medical Cosmetics is more than willing to answer any questions you may have regarding SculpSure and any of their various treatments.

With a friendly, experienced, and skilled staff, Medical Cosmetics is excited to help you “shape up” your self esteem for the spring and summer.

MEDICAL COSMETICS
805 Estelle Drive #214, Lancaster PA
(717) 208-2497

Emily Truman, a Millersville graduate with a degree in Psychology, has edited nursing textbooks for almost 5 years. She has been editing for FLL since the working stages of Issue 32. Aside from editing work, Emily also makes pies with unique fillings and flavor combinations, as well as repurposed clothing and jewelry. She loves spending quality time with friends, her family, and her bulldog Ozzy.