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Morgan Gale, 39, has been performing cosmetic laser and injectable treatments for over 18 years and has developed expertise in over 20 different laser systems and injectable treatments.
Morgan graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park with a Bachelor’s Degree in biology in 2001, a nursing degree, and, in 2016, a Master’s Degree as an Adult Nurse Practitioner.
“I wanted to do something in healthcare that was cutting edge. When the opportunity to work in sales for a cosmetic laser company presented itself I knew I had found my calling,” says Morgan, who evolved from sales rep to provider.
In 2008 he opened his first Physicians Laser Center in North Bethesda and began performing laser treatments. Over the next three years he opened two more locations, in Annapolis and Tysons Corner. Morgan is board certified in cosmetic and aesthetic laser surgery by the American Board of Laser Surgery.
His greatest satisfaction comes from providing patients with treatment options that were never before available. “One woman came to me with a pronounced red birthmark on her face,” he says. “She had to wear heavy “movie makeup” to cover it up. I was able to completely fade the birthmark with one of my vascular lasers. When she came in for her follow up, her smile could not have been brighter.”
People who come to Physicians Laser Center to address their aged appearance such as loss of volume and collagen in their face, neck and chest are ideal patients. Morgan can turn back the clock by using a variety of non-surgical skin rejuvenation devices combined with filler products. “Looking as good as you feel is my specialty,” he says.