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.
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.
Dr. Thomas Balshi didn't just relax on the beach in his free time while earning a medical degree at American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine. Instead, the doctor pulled on a scuba suit and served as a PADI underwater medical-rescue diver. The drive to challenge himself has remained with Dr. Balshi throughout his career, leading him to achieve board certification in both internal medicine and dermatology. His expertise in these contrasting fields has instilled the doctor with a value for full-body wellness, and his Dermatology & Liposculpture Center fulfills this passion by running the gamut from cosmetic procedures such as chemical peels and laser hair and tattoo removal to treatment for various types of skin cancer.
As the director of aesthetics within Dr. Balshi's Dermatology & Liposculpture Center, licensed clinical aesthetician Lisa Michelle Nadeau devises skincare treatments that help heal existing wear on skin due to aging, sun damage, and sandpaper pillows, and prevent future damage from occurring. Her specialties include microdermabrasion, acne treatments, and medical-grade skin services.
Fine Aesthetics takes its name from resident board-certified physician Dr. Ira Fine, M.D., who has been an internist for more than 30 years. But it isn't just Dr. Fine's vast experience that sets him apart?in order to ensure he's giving patients access to the best anti-aging and cosmetic procedures available, he goes so far as to undergo the procedures himself. That allows him to draw from personal experience when he recommends such services as Vitamin B infusions and Coolsculpting treatments, which slim down stubborn fat deposits without surgery, or Botox and Juvederm injections, to quickly smooth out facial folds and wrinkles. Treatments such as platelet-rich plasma therapy are also available to help rejuvenate the body from the inside out, while lasers beautify the skin by removing unwanted hair or erasing ill-advised tattoos of old grocery lists.
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