BEACHWOOD, Ohio, Feb. 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Harmych Facial Plastic Surgery opens new skin care center, hires medical aesthetician, Nicole Rakityan.
"I'm so pleased to be a part of Harmych Facial Plastic Surgery," says Ms. Rakityan. "Like me, Dr. Harmych is a perfectionist so we complement each other well. You can see it in the superior results we achieve for our patients."
Ms. Rakityan will work alongside Dr. Harmych to offer a full spectrum of medical aesthetician services, including microdermabrasion, dermaplaning, glycolic chemical peel, medical-grade skin care products and facial skin care. Dr. Harmych will continue to perform all invasive and non-invasive treatments, such as Botox®, Restylane® and JUVEDERM® injections.
"I have high expectations," says Dr. Harmych. "The exceptional results and customer service Ms. Rakityan provides are at a level far beyond those expectations. She is one of the most highly skilled aestheticians with whom I've worked."
Nearly one million people receive microdermabrasion treatments per year, according to the 2013 statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. These exfoliating treatments are effective for almost all skin types, have minimal downtime and immediately improve the appearance of scars, wrinkles and pigmentation (brown spots).
Dermaplaning, or controlled "shaving" of the skin, is a safe and effective treatment that smooths the skin, removes visible facial hair, and can improve the appearance of acne scars. This innovative procedure is safe for all skin types including those with rosacea, acne, and deep wrinkles. All patients will notice immediate results after treatment and there is little to no downtime.
"Dermaplaning is the most popular skin care procedure at our office. In fact, I don't know of any other non-invasive treatment that provides such amazing results so quickly," says Ms. Rakityan.
In addition to facial skin care services, Harmych Facial Plastic Surgery's skin care center offers medical-grade skin care products such as SkinMedica®. Unlike most skin care products, medical-grade skin care products penetrate deep below the skin's surface in order to deliver nutrients where skin cells are produced. Medical-grade products also contain higher levels of active ingredients, so they can only be purchased at a physician's office.
"By working with a board-certified facial plastic surgeon, our medical aesthetician is able to offer facial skin care options that spas and salons are unable to provide," says Dr. Harmych.
To celebrate its opening, the skin care center is offering a free skin care analysis to new patients until the end of March. Interested parties should visit http://HarmychPlasticSurgery.com or call 216.831.3223 to obtain additional information.
About Dr. Harmych
Dr. Harmych is a fellowship-trained and board-certified facial plastic surgeon. He is on staff at Cleveland Clinic Hillcrest Hospital and University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center. He completed his facial plastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship at the Mangat-Kuy-Holzapfel Plastic Surgery Center. He is a member of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS), Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) and the American Medical Association (AMA).
About Nicole Rakityan
Nicole Rakityan is a managing medical aesthetician, licensed by the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology. She has over 7 years of experience in the skin care industry, with training and certification in microdermabrasion, dermaplaning, chemical peel, hair removal and cosmetic makeup applications. She received her training at the Brown Aveda Institute in Rocky River, Ohio. She is a member of the Associated Skin Care Professionals. Nicole provides customized skin care solutions and treatments unique to each patient.
Ms. Rakityan is available for media inquiries regarding facial skin care services, products, or general questions.
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