Human faces experience a lifetime of wear and tear from gravity, driving into the wind, and pineapple-pie-eating contests. Restore your cheeks' original splendor with today's Groupon to Legacy Plastic Surgeons. Choose between the following options:
- For $59, you get a microdermabrasion treatment (a $125 value).
- For $59, you get an Obagi Blue Radiance peel (a $125 value).
Under the guidance of a board-certified physician, Legacy Plastic Surgeons smoothes skin with a wide range of non-surgical beautifying treatments. The microdermabrasion treatment gently exfoliates the skin's surface, removing the dull outer layer of dead skin cells and living starfish. The invigorating session typically lasts 30–60 minutes and can be used to rejuvenate the face, neck, chest, back, feet, or hands. The 45-minute Obagi Blue Radiance peel helps to reduce the appearance of facial lines and wrinkles and to correct uneven skin tone by providing a light bout of exfoliation. Free of their epidermal outer crust, youthful features can shine through like the glossy surface of an open-top pie. Both treatments are non-invasive and require minimal post-treatment downtime.
Legacy Plastic Surgeons
At Legacy Plastic Surgeons, Drs. James Lehman and M. Devi Prasad Tantri combine more than half a century of medical and cosmetic experience. With more than 70 published articles under his belt, Dr. James Lehman is well versed in all areas of cosmetic plastic surgery, specializing in breast reduction, breast implants, and abdominoplasty. His counterpart, Dr. M. Devi Prasad Tantri, boasts more than 25 years of medical experience, and demonstrates special proficiency in hand surgery, breast reduction, and the removal of cancers from the head and neck.
Together, the doctors lead a team of skilled clinicians—many of whom have served with the doctors for more than 10 years—who revamp and beautify faces with noninvasive techniques such as microdermabrasion, facial peels, and Botox injections. Before administering any procedures or treatments, doctors consult with patients to understand their subjects' expectations and tolerance for witty knock-knock jokes.