Scar Removal in Baltimore, MD
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About Baltimore, MD
The largest city of the state of Maryland, Baltimore is a great tourist attraction and a wonderful city to live in. Originally founded in 1729, Baltimore quickly became an important American seaport, more recently, the city has become highly appealing for tourists, especially those interested in history and architecture.
A great variety of architectural styles can be found: the Baltimore Basilica, with a neoclassical design, build by the famous architect Benjamin Latrobe and representing the oldest Catholic Cathedral from the U.S.; the Municipal Museum of Baltimore or the Peale Museum; The McKim Free School, reflecting a Greek architectural style; the Phoenix Shot Tower, which was the highest building in the United States before the Civil War; the Sun Iron Building, the first building with an iron front in the city, and Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church, which is considered one of the most beautiful buildings in Baltimore. Other attractions include the National Aquarium, the Orioles and the Ravens sport franchises, along with some fabulous shopping downtown.
Those interested in medical care would be wise to look in East Baltimore, an area of the city that hosts the renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In addition to the high level of care these world class medical facilities provide, Johns Hopkins medical school and residency programs are among the most prestigious in the country, drawing hundreds of excited young physicians to the Baltimore area every year. Finding quality, board-certified doctors should not be hard in this city.
Patients interested in cosmetic treatments such as laser tattoo removal or Thermage skin tightening are highly sought after in this competitive medical environment, so don’t hesitate to look for an aesthetic doctor in Baltimore. Remember to ask about consultation fees when you call for your appointment, some clinics will be happy to offer a free cosmetic consult for those who ask.