Bring Out the Best
in Your Skin
Natural beauty already exists within each client and revealing that natural beauty requires an all-encompassing approach to emotional, mental and physical confidence. Without one element in this tier, the result will always result in less being revealed. At Providence Plastic Surgery & Skin Center, we are committed to facilitating the process of revealing the most for each of our clients and communicating a culture of capability and conscious correction. Our community of medical professionals within our facility are equipped, qualified and excited to help you understand and achieve the highest path towards personal, natural confidence in a way that fits you right where you are now.
Whether you’re curious about cosmetic enhancement and unsure where to begin or researching your third or fourth procedure, schedule a time to sit down and meet with Dr. Gear. Once you learn more about his training, expertise, and approach to cosmetic and skin services, you’ll have all the information needed to move forward on your path.
What happens when you merge invigorating spa skin therapies with advanced medical technology? You get the HydraFacial MD®. Since coming on the aesthetic scene in 2015, the HydraFacial MD has become the talk of the industry. Celebrities swear by these super-facials, and so do our clients from Charlotte and the surrounding areas. At Providence Plastic […]Read More
April is Breast Month at Providence. We’re having our “Stop the Stuff” breast event on April 4, where Dr. Gear provides free consultations and we have special pricing for some breast augmentation procedures. He’ll also talk about your options, from silicone and saline implant choices to the possibilities for augmentation without implants by using fat […]Read More
One great thing about the human body is its inherent curves. Some of us are curvier than others; some of us, for better or worse, have straighter lines. But these days, curves are in, which is much healthier than the waif-like appearance of models just a decade or so ago. Today, we celebrate the curves […]Read More