Dr. V. Brian Gagliardi, who completed his residency at the Cleveland Clinic—one of the nation’s top hospitals for 2011-12 according to U.S. News & World Report—maintains and beautifies chompers alongside his expert staff. As patients watch movies on in-room TVs, Dr. Gagliardi fixes their fangs using progressive technology such as intraoral cameras and digital x-rays, which have less radiation than traditional x-rays and are less likely to cause extra eyes to sprout. In addition to regular checkups, Dr. Gagliardi fosters straighter smiles in as little as six months with Rapid Braces and disguises bridges and fillings with tooth-colored dental work. He will also use sedation dentistry to make dental procedures as peaceful as a nap on a giant ball of yarn.
Maxim Spa and Salon's stylists are trained and equipped to outfit noggins with plumage in a broad range of hues. Flaunt avian tendencies with a choice of fashion-colored feathers, or send a more subtle signal to your flock with natural colors that blend into your hair. Today's Groupon includes an initial appointment and one feather ($10 each for additional feathers), which is inserted via a beaded system. Like a poodle's luxuriant fur or a Cyclops's delicate eyelashes, the feathers are safe to wash, blow-dry, and curl.
East Avenue Dentistry's talented and experienced crew of cuspid custodians provides families and their fangs with comfortable, comprehensive care in a relaxed setting. Kick back in one of the practice's massage chairs and peep at the flat-screen television during your initial exam ($58 value), where one of their licensed tooth technicians will peer deep into your mouth for signs of trouble, take pictures of your teeth with panoramic x-rays for East Avenue Dentistry's yearbook ($85 value), and address any concerns, pains, or existential ennui before degunking your charming chewers with a cleansing ($72 value). Soon after, your doc will dish out a wide-ranging cosmetic consultation ($89 value), giving your teeth a clear picture of their potential future in infomercials.
Massage therapists, fitness instructors, and nutritional consultants join forces at Pocono Body Wellness Studio to promote holistic health in all its forms. Therapists de-stress musculature with acupuncture and numerous massage modalities, and ear-candling sessions can help relieve tension in sinuses, which cannot be massaged. Elsewhere in the studio, resident aestheticians further enhance bodies with facials, waxes, and mani-pedis. The staff makes frequent contributions to charities, donating 5% of the proceeds of every massage package they book to a children's hospital in Philadelphia.