Are you looking for a physician directed medical spa that blends science with beauty? At the Goco Center for Aesthetics, it is our goal to enhance and rejuvenate the natural beauty of our clients. Led by Dr. Goco, facial plastic surgeon and medical director, our team of professionals specializes in offering the latest techniques for aesthetic facial rejuvenation.
Specializing in Facial Plastic Surgery and double board certified in facial plastic & reconstructive surgery, as well as otolaryngology head & neck surgery, Dr. Goco possesses a desire and commitment to his patient's satisfaction and well-being. Focusing on keeping Murfreesboro on the cutting edge, he stays up to date on the newest technologies and ways to incorporate them into his work.
We offer a wide variety of services, Surgical Procedures
, Non-Surgical Procedures
and Skin Procedures
. If you have any questions regarding our practice, or comments, we would love to hear from you! Please feel free to call us or contact us online. We’re happy to assist you in any way that we can.
Dr. Goco has been named a "Top Doctor" by RealSelf.com due to a combination of his patient results, credentials and overall experience. In order to be a RealSelf "Top Doctor," a physician must be board-certified, highly rated by their patients, and an active participant in educating patients about aesthetic medicine and plastic surgery. Dr. Goco is among only 10% of RealSelf doctors to achieve this honor.
How to Achieve the Best Results with a Chemical Peel The biggest misconception with chemical peels is that the skin will always flake or peel, which is not the case. Exfoliation is present, however it may be at the cellular level, under the surface, and not visible to the naked eye. The amount of post peel exfoliation experienced is determined by several factors. Skin preparation: Skin prepped with a topical retinol product increases the amount of peel solution absorbed. It is also very important that your aesthetician degreases your skin with alcohol and/or acetone to remove all oils for optimal penetration. Skin Type: Dry or dehydrated skin typically will soak up more solution than oily skin. Area treated: The skin on the body is thicker than the face or neck, which slows peel penetration. A patient may have an extremely impacted stratum corneum (outermost layer of the epidermis) in which case it can take two or more peels to break down that outer shell so the skin can begin to flake. Sometimes a patient can be so well exfoliated that their skin does not need to flake. The peel is still effective and yield results. However, this may be at a cellular… Read more »
Dr. Oz Discusses teams up with investigative reporter Elizabeth Leamy to discuss the dangers surrounding cosmetic surgical procedures performed under the guidance of individuals without the proper licensing and/or training.