Dr. Mark McKenna is the founder and CEO of OVME, and which is a company that is bringing people a fresh and innovative medical aesthetic experience. People who frequent the commercial neighborhood of Buckhead, Atlanta, are preparing for OVME to be available to them soon. Dr. Mark McKenna, an innovator in the field, recently sold Shapemed, which has freed him up to get to work on new ideas. The OVME location in the Buckhead area will include luxury treatment rooms and a private office where people can receive consultations.
Dr. Mark McKenna has been working on OVME for some time now, and he has combined modern technology with medical aesthetics to help improve people’s confidence, outlook on life, and appearance. McKenna recently commented that the medical cosmetic industry has been stagnant for some time now and that it is his hope to be able to reinvigorate the sector with what he will be offering. Patients who have received care from McKenna in the past trust his good reputation and his compassionate nature. Along with being an advocate for his patients, he has worked very hard to reduce any kind of risks that come with his practice.
Dr. Mark McKenna understands that his idea is a new one, and he has used that to entice investors who have been looking for something fresh and exciting. By offering elective aesthetic procedures to people in the Atlanta, Georgia area, he will be moving the industry forward. Instead basing his practice on the idea that one treatment will work for everyone, he has personalized the process much more and will be offering facial services, skin services, Botox and Dysport injections for more youthful skin, Vivace microneedling, testosterone replacement therapy, and a whole lot more.
Dr. Mark McKenna earned his medical degree at Tulane Medical Schools and realized quickly after that he would rather go into real estate due to the potential there. Unfortunately, his real estate business was destroyed when Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, and this forced him to reconsider what he wanted to do with this life. Instead of giving up, he opened ShapeMed, which offered cosmetic treatments. He later sold the business and decided to create the company, OVME.