Dr. Cheryl D. Bansal, a board-certified dermatologist, helms Medical & Aestheitc Dermatology, working to beautify the body’s largest organ—the skin—with a variety of treatments. Visitors can log some time in a light-therapy booth, inside which narrow-band UVB waves penetrate patients’ skin, alleviating conditions such as psoriasis and vitiligo. Instead of working over clients with a dough roller, Dr. Bansal can smoothen wrinkles with injections of Botox, Restylane, and other dermal fillers, or even remove moles.
Though its primary purpose remains disrupting college lectures and movie screenings, the laser has also proven useful in a variety of cosmetic applications. Today's deal lets you reap the benefits of America's favorite repurposed super-weapon: for $185, men and women get one of six cosmetic laser treatments (an up to $990 value) at Baltimore Cosmetic Laser Center in Cantonsville. Call ahead to schedule your appointment and be prepared to provide your Groupon ID number.
With today's side deal, achieve outer beauty with the stately ease of a swan perched on a cow's back. For $50, you get $100 toward any dermatological services from Dr. Lisa C. Kates at the Center for Dermatology & Skin Care of Maryland, the winner of a Vitals' Patients' Choice Award for 2008. Dr. Kates's expert procedures can make your skin bounce back like a snapped rubber band with a smooth and stunning surface. You can use multiple Groupons per visit, but only one per procedure.
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. St. Surin-Lord has learned much since her days as a pharmaceutical sales representative for Merck and National Institutes of Health (NIH) Research Fellow during medical school. Now, after years of dermatology training at Howard University and completing a surgery fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh, she applies her encyclopedic knowledge of skin conditions to treat concerns that range from pimples to cancer. She extends this cosmetic expertise to patients in the form of dermal fillers, laser hair removal, and pigment alterations and also shares it with other dermatologists as a professor at Howard University.
Dr. Sanjiv Saini and the team of physician assistants and registered nurses at MD Dermatology of Maryland tend to the medical and esthetician needs of skin at their state-of-the-art facilities. They perform scalp-to-toe screenings to check for malicious moles, growths, or "kick me" signs, and they treat conditions such as acne, eczema, and melasma. On the medical spa side of things, they offer beauty injections and chemical peels, as well as laser skin surfacing, laser hair removal, and professional-grade products for purchase.
Dermatologist Howard L. Brooks, MD has shared his skincare expertise with a litany of national media outlets, including CNN, CBS, Fox Morning News, and The Dr. Oz Show. An associate professor at the Howard University College of Medicine, Dr. Brooks edifies aspiring doctors though lectures as well as scientific and clinical articles that have been published in peer-reviewed journals and on napkins at late-night diners. Combining the clinical services of a physician’s office with the relaxing ambiance of a day spa, Dr. Brooks and his staff perform medical and cosmetic dermatology services and noninvasive skincare treatments for the face and body.