At Associates in Women’s Health, all of our treatments and procedures are performed by highly skilled medical professionals in our Cincinnati office. We offer safe, effective treatments that are performed in a timely fashion to help you get back to your daily routine. During your consultation, we will work with you to create a treatment plan that is right for you and your needs. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you.
This is one of the revolutionary skin treatments from Alma Lasers that offers you the opportunity to be refreshed, healthier and confident. The laser treatment can help improve the signs of aging such as age spots, small veins, pigment, and… Read More..
The innovative FemiLift™ treatment is done in office using a novel, minimally invasive technology that requires no post treatment down time. Patients report a near-immediate return to activity, including sexual intercourse. Read More..
Pain Free Hair Free:
Imagine Yourself Free of Embarrassing Facial and Body Hair… Laser hair removal offers an effective alternative compared to the temporary methods of shaving, waxing, and creams, and is much faster and more efficient than other hair removal techniques such as electrolysis. Read More..
As the baby boomer generation continues to age, the popularity of aesthetic procedures that aim to turn back the clock continues to skyrocket. Brown spots, broken capillaries and other fallout from photoaging are easy targets for laser systems that use broadband light to repair these defects. Read More..
Wrinkles & Acne Scars:
Aging, sun exposure, heredity and lifestyle factors including nutrition, alcohol consumption and smoking all may contribute to facial wrinkling, and prior acne may have made the surface of skin uneven. Read More..
Vascular & Pigmented Lesions:
Nearly 100% of all people have one or more pigmented lesion. Some are caused by sun exposure, others by aging. Still, others are congenital. Regardless of the cause, pigmented lesions are simply spots on the skin where there is a higher concentration of melanin. Read More..