You can learn a lot about people by looking at their faces, such as how they feel about your jokes or whether they have a face, too. Refresh your visage with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $129 for one Pixel laser skin-resurfacing treatment for the face (a $500 value)
- $249 for two Pixel laser skin-resurfacing treatments for the face (a $1,000 value)
- $49 for a computer-imaging plastic surgery consultation (a $500 value)<p>
The FDA-approved Pixel treatment uses a noninvasive laser system to stimulate collagen production beneath the skin’s surface, which helps improve skin tone, smooth out fine lines, and reduce skin discoloration—technicians typically advise patients to schedule three to five visits in two- to four-week intervals.
During the imaging consultation, Dr. Senderoff inputs patients’ traits into a computer and runs a 3D simulation, allowing them to visualize the potential results of invasive cosmetic surgery. The process provides a 360-degree image of the effects of everything from breast augmentation to changing your face to match Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic profile.<p>
Park Avenue Aesthetic Surgery, P.C.
At Park Avenue Aesthetic Surgery, P.C., the medical know-how of the staff continues to catalyze clients' physical transformations long after procedures are finished. That's because Dr. Douglas Senderoff, Park Avenue's supervising physician, fosters relationships between his staff and patients to ensure visitors thoroughly understand their procedures and to keep the lines of communication open long after they leave the office. Dr. Senderoff treats patients' skincare concerns with an array of professional-strength medi-spa services, from cosmetic injections to laser skin rejuvenation, to ease signs of aging and encourage skin to repair itself and restore its own natural glow. Each procedure begins with a complimentary consultation to give technicians the opportunity to discuss patients' treatment goals, calibrate skin-transforming technology such as multipurpose lasers, and distract Father Time with a flashy display case of diamond-plated scythes.