Dr. Vincent Ivers

Cosmetic Physician in Panama City, Florida

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A highly accomplished cosmetic physician with more than two decades of applied clinical experience, Dr. Vincent Ivers currently maintains an independent practice at the Medical Cosmetic Center in Panama City, Florida. Utilizing the latest technology to ensure optimal results for every aesthetic and dermatological procedure he undertakes, Dr. Vincent Ivers specializes in non-invasive laser treatments, bioidentical hormone replacement, chemical peels, laser-assisted hair removal, therapeutic massage, and much more. Extending an unsurpassed level of personalized care, he also offers a wide variety of medical weight loss solutions including SmartLipo and VaserLipo. The Medical Cosmetic Center is also the only facility in North Florida to offer Vaser Smooth, a pioneering body contouring method. Often employing CO2 lasers in combination with injectables like Botox, Sculptra, and Radiesse for maximum efficacy, Dr. Vincent Ivers channels a considerable amount of time and energy toward consulting with individual patients to create customized and cost-effective beauty enhancement plans.

Garnering numerous accolades and distinctions for his work, Dr. Vincent Ivers is also a sought-after speaker who regularly lectures at professional conferences and seminars when his busy schedule permits. The recipient of a Best of the Bay Award for Medicine, Dr. Ivers holds membership in the American Medical Association, the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, and the American Society for Laser Cosmetic Surgery, among several other national medical organizations.

Actively engaged in volunteerism and charitable giving, Dr. Vincent Ivers partnered with the Catholic Relief Services and the 20/30 Club of Panama to extend much needed care to villagers in rural areas of Panama, a project he remained involved in from 1989-2009. Additionally, Dr. Ivers spent two years collaborating with the staff at a free clinic in Allentown, Pennsylvania to treat homeless and low-income citizens. Dr. Ivers completed his Bachelor’s degree in Biology and Health Sciences at the University of Central America and moved on to earn a doctoral degree from the same institution.