Facial plastic surgeon Michael Somenek helps visitors of Maryland Facial Cosmetic Center feel and look their best. The center's cosmetic department serves as the setting for facelifts and skin-toning injectables. No matter what service they seek, visitors find a caring team that welcomes patients of all ages and treatment needs.
Callowhill Cafe, an extension of Hope of the Nations Christian Center, quiets rumbling tummies and cures caffeine cravings with a menu of coffee, espresso, pastries, and small entrees. French-roasted beans from local The Reading Coffee Roasters steep themselves into sumptuous cups of Colombian and decaf drip coffee ($1.25–$1.89), and refreshing iced tea ($1.75) comes with free refills and clinking ice cubes which tinkle tunes from Tea for the Tillerman. Bagels and english muffins embrace eggs, cheese, and bacon to form filling breakfast sandwiches ($3.89), and creamy hummus awaits pita suitors at lunchtime ($4.89). Works from local artists complement Callowhill Cafe's upholstered lounge seating and group meeting area, and complimentary wireless Internet thrums fill the airwaves, facilitating emails or live streams of drip coffee machines.
Dr. Alan R. Vinitsky's uses conventional and alternative methods to identify the root causes of stubborn symptoms and improve the health of his patients. At Enlightened Medicine, he and his team check in the functioning of the autonomic nervous system and educate patients on the dangers of environmental toxins. Laser slimming treatments offer a noninvasive solution to bulges that have affixed themselves to bellies, thighs, or dorsal fins, while hormone evaluations can help pinpoint problems with weight gain and fatigue.