Master Medical Aesthetician/Managing Partner
Dee Ann Martinez-Hodges is a graduate of Victoria College, Champions Beauty College Esthetics program, Texas Laser Source and Medical Master Aesthetics. Dee Ann has achieved an impressive range of certifications in her chosen field.
Certifications include: The Vampire family of treatments, Dermal Injections (Botox and fillers), Invasix-InMode Laser/RF - Fractora, Forma, Lumecca, Diolaze, Body FX, Innopen Dermal Therapy, Intraceuticals Oxygen Therapy, Cool Sculpt, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, Bio-tonics, Hydrafacial, LED photo light therapy, ultrasound facials, I-lipo, NIR, ClearLift, Tattoo removal, Nail fungus removal, pain management, AFT, Laser hair removal, 360 facelift, I-pixel, Celluma, Laser teeth whitening.
Prior to opening Vivacity Medical Spa, Dee Ann gained tremendous experience working in Plastic surgery centers, Dermatology offices and Laser wellness centers. Her medical career includes Aesthetics, Nursing and practice management.
Dee Ann has a strong passion for skincare and stays current with the latest advances and innovations. Her passion reveals itself on your skin. She offers effective treatments intended to produce optimal results, along with a personal homecare regimen to help maintain your healthy skin between treatment visits.
Dee Ann and her husband Stephen, are the parents of five children and have six grand children.
Board certified Plastic and Reconstructive surgeon Dr. Young Cho is the Medical Director of Vivacity Medical Spa. Dr. Cho specializes in aesthetic surgery, breast reconstruction procedure, hand surgery, microsurgery, and post skin cancer restoration surgery in the Houston area. His undergraduate education was attained from McGill University, Montreal and Quebec, after which he earned a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree from Cambridge University in England.
Dr. Cho received his medical degree (MD) from Yale University School of Medicine and completed his residency and comprehensive six-year plastic surgery training in plastic surgery at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Department of Plastic Surgery, in Milwaukee. During his training he was awarded a year-long clinical research fellowship with the National Institute of Health (NIH) to study the brain’s role during nerve injury.
Dr. Cho was recruited by the Medical College of Wisconsin to join his former training program in Wisconsin, however, he elected to move to Texas to pursue plastic and reconstructive surgery in private practice.
Dr. Cho has hospital privileges at the Houston Northwest Medical Center. He is committed to building an integrative model of medicine, which brings together doctors of different specialties to offer his patients comprehensive medical and wellness-centered care.
Dr. Cho lives in The Woodlands, is married to Dr. Melissa Chiang, a dermatologist and has a lovely daughter and son.