Nick Gentry, M.D.

Dr. Gentry is an experienced Northwest Arkansas physician, board-certified E.R. doctor and regenerative medicine specialist.

Raised in southern Missouri, Dr. Gentry received his undergraduate education at Southwest Missouri State University. After graduating from medical school, he completed his residency in Richmond, VA, where he served as chief resident his final year of training. He currently lives in Fayetteville with his wife Jill and their two children.

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Medical Experience

Dr. Gentry continues to learn and research other aspects of cosmetic, aesthetic, and regenerative medicine. Many of his interests revolve around finding ways for the body to heal itself, especially platelet rich plasma (PRP). He then developed his own plan for a practice that he felt would benefit his patients the most.

Dr. Gentry was first trained in 2013 by Dr. Charles Runels (the inventor of these procedures) to perform the Vampire Facelift, the Vampire Facial, the O shot and the P shot procedures.

Dr. Gentry has always had an interest in sports medicine as well as other diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system. He has used platelet rich plasma therapies to treat arthritis as well as muscle, ligament and tendon injuries.

When it comes to practice, Dr. Gentry believes bigger is not always better. He continues to research and develop new (and some older) medical techniques, procedures and philosophies and promises to adapt to the needs of his patients.

Patient-centered philosophy

Dr. Gentry evaluates each patient individually and develop treatment options to meet individual patient needs. There is no “one size fits all” in our practice. Each person is unique and has their own perspective. The most important aspects of a patient/physician relationship is communication and trust. Dr. Gentry will work with you to enhance the person you are. Whether that is through a more youthful and healthy appearance, enhanced sexual performance and satisfaction, eliminating embarrassing sweat stains or odor, pain from soft tissue injuries or arthritis, and any other issue that we may be able to help you with.

Molly O’Meara

Molly is a Fayetteville native who began her cosmetic medicine and aesthetics career in 2003. She has experience serving family medical practices and medical spas across Northwest Arkansas and Oklahoma.

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Skin Laser Treatments

Molly is a certified laser technician with more than twelve years of experience treating patients. She graduated from Advanced Aesthetic Concepts in Fort Worth, Texas. She completed her advanced training in laser physics and safety through Medical Laser Dynamics in Philadelphia in 2007.

She is certified and experienced in multiple laser and pulsed light systems, including the industry’s leaders: Sciton, Cutera, and Alma. 

Medical facial peels

Beyond laser, Molly is also certified in medical chemical peels, microdermabrasion, ultrasound, and the two leading microneedling devices, Bellus SkinPen and Eclipse MicroPen. For the last decade, she has received ongoing product chemistry training in New York, as customized treatment planning and product regimens are integral to the success of her patients. 

Personal mission & patient care

Molly’s passion for skin care stems from her personal battle with acne, and the desire to seek safe and healthy treatment options not only for herself, but for others. While remaining passionate about the treatment of adolescent and adult acne, her experience in aesthetics has evolved into a great interest for women’s health and wellness.

She is an advocate for women seeking to enhance their emotional, physical, and sexual wellbeing, and hopes to empower anyone looking to improve their health. With this, Molly is incredibly excited to practice at Enhance NWA, where providing exceptional care to each of her patients is priority.