The Age of the Butt
Learn more about treatments that can help enhance your behind in the era of the butt.
35 Years 35 Machines
Read more about how Van Dyke Aesthetics came to be 35 years ago.
Four Red Flags to Tell You Not to Have Your Lips Plumped
Recently heard: “My best friend got her lips done a few months ago and they looked great. She sent me to this lady’s house...
The Making of a Newsletter
It has been a while since I produced a blog, I think I’m a bit out of practice but let’s give it a shot!
Beware the Selfie!
The hot new topic and area of research is the effect of selfies on the skin. It is not good!! Not only do we now obsess over every imperfection in fine detail, but did you ever think that the phone in front of your face is damaging your skin?
Why Van Dyke Aesthetics
Thirty four years, 34 wonderful years, I have been at this, actually longer if you count the 5 years of residency and 4 years of medical school. What have I been doing all these years? What do I have to show for the 15,695 (and counting) hours of living, breathing and sleeping medicine?
The Real Cellulite Solution
Most women have 20 or 30 dimples and releasing them takes about a half an hour. Numbing makes the procedure pain free. Sure there will be some soreness and bruising later and we do advise wearing Spanx for a couple of weeks as everything heals, but it really is pretty easy. The best part is that five years after the procedure over 90% of the patients treated in the original study were still satisfied! And that is with just one treatment.
The Season of Giving
As 2018 comes to an end, we’re left reflecting on the impact we’ve had on those around us. Van Dyke Aesthetics is proud to have the opportunity to give back to our wonderful community.
New Year, New You- What Does This Mean For You?
Now that the holidays are over, we can all take a deep breath and turn our attention towards ourselves and consider what we want or hope for ourselves in the New Year.
Our Mission Statement Expanded
Every good business has a mission statement, at least that is what I have been told in countless business seminars, medical school didn’t offer much (or any) business education. Having a mission or a philosophy as a uniting theme is empowering, and this is ours.
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