Mark A. Bishara, MD

Southlake,TX Mansfield,TX

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Laser 360- Treatment FAQ's-(Part 3) by Dr. Mark Bishara, MD in Mansfield and Southlake

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September 25, 2013

Laser 360 Treatment FAQ’s At the office of Dr. Mark Bishara and The Paragon Med Spa, we encourage everyone to get the facts about any laser treatment or procedure they’re considering.  Here are some Frequently Asked Questions about Laser360iQ. Please discuss your goals with a member of our aesthetic staff. Is the Laser360iQ laser treatment safe? Yes. Laser360iQ...  read more


Laser 360 -How It's Better (Part 2) by Dr. Mark Bishara, MD

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September 25, 2013

Laser360iQ Is Not Your Typical Skin Laser Laser360 is a revolutionary skin treatment which is a perfect match for anyone who refuses the idea those fine lines, wrinkles, skin discoloration, or other imperfections of the face, neck and chest are just a part of getting old. Laser360 can give you glowing youthful skin again. Many...  read more


Laser 360-A Great Therapy for your Skin-(Part 1) by Dr. Mark Bishara, MD

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September 25, 2013

If your face has been plagued with things like lines, wrinkles, dry skin, uneven skin tone, lack of collagen or elastin you know what that means. If you have large pores, broken blood vessels, sagging cheeks, droopy eyelids, broken blood vessels in the face, or chicken neck you know what a challenge that can be....  read more


Is Laser Hair Removal Right For You?-by Dr. Mark Bishara & The Paragon Med Spa

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September 25, 2013

Are you considering laser hair removal and are looking for information. Furthermore, we at Dr. Mark Bishara's office and The Paragon Med Spa, have a lot to say about laser hair removal in general and our painless laser hair removal in particular.  Please view the quick video to find out more about our Laser Hair...  read more


Wrinkles-Non-Surgical or Surgical Plastic Surgery? By Dr. Mark Bishara, MD

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September 25, 2013

As if looking old wasn't bad enough, a new study found that people find it difficult to read the emotions of individuals who have wrinkly faces. Researchers at Penn State University asked a group of study participants to examine 64 faces and rate them based on the emotions they perceived in the images. On average,...  read more


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