Ageless in SLO was created in 2004 by Dr. Sorina Carabeth with the vision of helping patients with dignity and first-rate care in meeting the challenges of aging. The staff at Ageless in SlO is highly-trained and exceptionally friendly. We understand that for many, visiting a doctor’s office can be a stressful experience. Our goal is to provide you with a comfortable environment and present you with the information you need about the options available to you, and to address your individual concerns and aesthetic needs.
Our practice offers a variety of treatments that require little to no downtime, minimal or no discomfort, and produce a variety of results. We can help you select a treatment plan customized for you at a free consultation. Healthier looking skin is an appointment away. Skin rejuvenation, pigment reduction, skin tightening, wrinkle reduction, hair removal, and vein removal are all possible with just a few treatments. We also offer a full line of skin care by Epionce and Orthomolecular and Healthy Cell nutritional supplements.
Dr. Sorina Carabeth earned her medical degree at the Institutul de Medicina in Timisoara, Romania, where she practiced general medicine and psychiatry. She immigrated to the United States where she became board certified as a psychiatrist. Dr. Carabeth became interested in aesthetic procedures involving lasers, intense pulsed light, Botox and dermal fillers in the late 1990s. She was inspired by the work of Ana Aslan, a doctor well known for her work with anti-aging.
She began specialized training in 2004, which continues to the present. She is board certified by the Cenegenics Medical Institute and she is a Diplomat for Anti-Aging Medicine. She is a member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.
In 1993, she joined Mentor Corporation as Patient Information Coordinator. From 1993 until 2008, Diane was Manager of the Patient Services Department and the “Ask Diane”™ service she founded and developed to provide women with unbiased and accurate information about breast augmentation and reconstruction. Diane has been the author of 4 journal article publications, numerous newsletter publications and a presenter at nursing meetings for 15 years.