Suji Park-Idler, MD Licensed practice since 2003 Certifications: American Board of Internal Medicine (certified in 2006 and re-certified in 2016), American College of Physicians, North Carolina Medical Board, American Board of Cosmetic & Aesthetic Medicine Internship and residency at California Pacific Medical Center affiliate UCSF in San Francisco Privileges as admitting physician at REX Hospital and North Carolina Specialty Hospital Speaks English, Korean and some Spanish The Spa at Lafayette opened in March 2013. The Spa at Lafayette became Refinery in March 2017. Dr. Suji is the only person on staff that will be performing this treatment. People love Dr. Suji. She is upfront honest and takes all the time you need to understand and discover what are the best treatments or procedures for your body. Consultations are complimentary. Schedule yours today 919-322-5555
Childbirth, menopause or aging may have taken away some of the va-va-va-voom you once had. Vaginal rejuvenation can answer many of the issues women are facing today. No surgery, no downtime. Just easy results that can make actual changes in your quality of life.
Issues that women are dealing with include stress induced urinary incontinence, vaginal dryness (perhaps due to menopause), difficulty reaching orgasm, cosmetic appearance, and vaginal laxity. Two options are available with Suji Park-Idler, MD. She uses both ThermiVa and Geneveve non-surgical vaginal tightening treatments for women who want to reclaim what they may have lost. Both are non-invasive procedures that can immediately address these concerns without surgery, needles, lasers or pain.
These are true "lunch-time" procedures. There is no down time, no pain and no discomfort. Call for a consultation appointment.
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