Skin Laser & Surgery's Dr. Dendy Engelman, a board certified dermatologist recently named Director of Dermatologic Surgery at New York Medical College in Manhattan, expertly rewinds facial time with FDA-approved injectables. During the appointment, her steady-hands inject Botox or Dysport into wrinkle-etched facescapes, slowing down facial muscles and soothing them to sleep with a soft lullaby. Both Botox and Dysport may banish forehead furrows, crow's feet, and marionette lines from the visage for up to four months.
Board-certified registered nurse practitioner Sandy Hutnick heads up the team of licensed aestheticians at 180medspa, where specialists pay close attention to every detail of the aesthetic treatments they administer. At locations in Winter Park and Boca Raton, Hutnick and her staff break up fat cells and rejuvenate skin using Lipo-Light therapy, facials, and other services. They specialize in fractional skin resurfacing, using laser technology to diminish scars, wrinkles, and blemishes, leaving smoother skin with an even tone. The team can also use the MedLite C6 laser to erase unfortunate tattoos, sending them back to the vault beneath Walt Disney's mansion where all bad illustrations originate. Laser hair removal, spider-vein therapy, and Botox injections round out the med spa's extensive catalog of beauty enhancement treatments.
Strax Rejuvenation's 10 doctors, many of whom attended Ivy League schools, have collectively performed tens of thousands of cosmetic procedures ranging from rhinoplasty and breast augmentation to liposuction and lap-band treatments. They abate the appearance of wrinkles and blemishes during less invasive skincare procedures such as microdermabrasion, Dysport, Belotero, and laser peels. They reduce fat-volume with weight loss programs and treatments such as Tickle Lipo, Power Assisted Lipo, and non-surgical weight-loss treatments.
Sandy Hutnick is a board-certified registered nurse, and at 180 Day Spa, she uses the beauty industry’s latest medical-grade tools to help clients feel better about how they look. As the owner and self-proclaimed “practitioner extraordinaire” at 180, Sandy can give out tips and perform treatments for the entire body. She offers acne and blemish remedies, intense-pulsed light treatments for under-eye circles, and can perform fractional skin resurfacing to erase scars leftover from surgery.
Beyond her status as a registered nurse, Sandy also happens to carry certification in administering cosmetic fillers (which corrects dull, sagging skin), in sclerotherapy (a spider-vein treatment), and laser hair removal. In case your favorite Looney Tunes character has changed again, her spa even offers laser tattoo removal.
Robin Chadwick and the stylists at Chadwick Hair Company have the power to make hair shorter, or longer and fuller. Along with haircuts and micro-fusion hair extensions, stylists use their talents to add dimension with foil highlights, and straighten and smoothen wayward curls with Brazilian straightening treatments. They also draw attention to eyes with eyelash extensions.
The medical practice treats the widest variety of skin conditions from acne to psoriasis.
Most importantly, we recognize, diagnose and treat skin cancers, looking to catch them before they become life-threatening.
Although the practice is highly cosmetic, the doctors Hecker believe that annual skin examinations are a must