Dr. Barry Gibberman has dedicated more than three decades of his working life to improving patients' dental hygiene. After years of helping manage clinical trials for Crest toothpaste at Procter & Gamble, he opened a family practice. He now spends his days removing disease and decay from mouths and beautifying smiles with dentures, veneers, and Invisalign teeth-straightening retainers—so named for their ability to make crooked teeth invisible. Dr. Gibberman still acts as a consultant for Procter & Gamble. He even served as the point person to introduce Crest Whitestrips to the public on the QVC channel.
Drawing from more than 20 years of surgical experience, Dr. Lawrence Kurtzman restores the balance between patient and doctor by educating his clients, empowering them to make informed decisions regarding their cosmetic goals. Despite a bustling schedule, he oversees a specially qualified staff as they reshape, reconstruct, and augment visages and physiques.
In addition to cosmetic surgeries, Dr. Kurtzman's center also refines patients' looks with noninvasive procedures, including chemical peels, aesthetic laser skin resurfacing, and texture-smoothing dermabrasions.
Dr. Thomas Bosma’s approach to combating gingivitis and gum disease involves nonsurgical and natural treatments. And though his practice places an emphasis on taking only necessary measures to address dental problems, he also offers services such as veneers to cover up chipped teeth and whitening treatments to maintain bright smiles. Expanding his repertoire of services beyond typical tooth care, Dr. Bosma also offers Botox and tends to sufferers of obstructive sleep apnea, symptoms of which include insomnia, chronic fatigue, headaches, and neck pain.
When organizing exercise regimens for his clients, personal trainer Matt Kasee draws inspiration from several periods of his life: the time he spent studying anatomy in graduate school, his process of becoming certified by the NSCA and ACSM, and of course, his trips to Disney World. Matt sees the theme park as an exemplary model of thorough planning and originality, which are concepts he strives to incorporate in his fitness programs. Just as each Disney attraction is hyperconscious of its target audience, his routines are customized to each person and their goals. He also tries to emulate the park's knack for mixing entertainment with education—his workouts prioritize fun and variety as motivational tools rather than intimidation or the threat of playing "It's a Small World" on a loop.
Matt leads both private and semiprivate training sessions with specific milestones in mind. Whether his clients want to lose weight, bulk up, or enhance their athletic performance, his methods adjust to suit their respective starting points and goals. He gives guests the competitive edge with movement analyses, nutrition tips, and gym guidance, and he even encourages patrons with online coaching.
Medicine runs in the family for Dr. Mona Foad, a board-certified dermatologist who shares bloodlines with experts in rheumatology, internal medicine, and orthopedic surgery. Shaped by the many specializations within her family tree, Dr. Foad oversees the Cincinnati Dermatology Center, where a staff of technicians and aestheticians address patients' medical, surgical, and cosmetic skincare concerns.
The center's arsenal of med-spa technology includes multiple cosmetic laser systems, which can banish unwanted stubble, refine skin tone and texture, or quickly skip through scenes on most DVDs. Among the many services available, the facility also provides chemical peels that resurface cheekbones and dermal fillers that help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.