The Aesthetic Center at Baylor College of Medicine is open for business, and BCM employees got a sneak peek of products and services – and the chance to win great prizes – at a grand opening held July 10.
The multidisciplinary center consists of Baylor experts from dermatology, facial plastic surgery, ophthalmology and plastic surgery. Both surgical and nonsurgical services are offered that are focused on rejuvenating the whole body. These include eye procedures, facials and other treatments and procedures to the face, neck and body. Employees just looking to relax and recharge can even book a massage at the Aesthetic Center with Baylor’s master aesthetician, Annie Christenson.
The Center also offers a department store style cosmetic counter at the Jamail Specialty Care Center, where cosmetics and skin care products can be purchased at a 10 percent discount. The Aesthetic Studio is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. All products were personally selected by Baylor experts, and consultant Natalie Porter can help you customize your selections based on individual needs.
Other services, including surgical procedures and treatments such as facials, peels and microdermabrasion, surgical consultations and permanent cosmetic application are by appointment only.
Co-directors of the Aesthetic Center are Dr. Anthony Brissett, associate professor of otolaryngology and director of facial plastic surgery; Dr. Ramsey Markus, associate professor of dermatology and director of laser surgery and dermatology; Dr. Neal Reisman, professor in the plastic surgery division; and Dr. Michael Yen, associate professor of ophthalmology and director of ophthalmology and oculoplastic surgery.
They, along with Baylor medical director Dr. Steve Sigworth, were at the grand opening and emphasized the collaborative and multidisciplinary nature of the Center.
To find more information on the Aesthetic Center, visit the website or call 713-798-3223.