The certified medical professionals of Providence Facial Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery smooth out crow's-feet, forehead wrinkles, and laugh lines with FDA-approved Botox injections. Board-certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. Mark Ginsburg injects the fine-line-freezing serum directly into creased areas, temporarily paralyzing the underlying muscles responsible for causing wrinkles and involuntary jazz blinks in one quick 20- to 45-minute session. The youthful results show up within three days of the procedure, keeping complexions looking taut and age defiant for up to four months.
Plush gray couches and contemporary black tables induce states of calm inside the Philadelphia Institute of Cosmetic Surgery's waiting room. The corridors and reception area inside the beauty-bolstering office eschew the clinical appearance of traditional medical facilities for more a home-like décor, such as warmly lit floor lamps, paneled curtains, and porcelain figurines enveloped in snuggies. In the experienced hands of the office's highly trained staff, led by founder and medical director Dr. Zaki Ftaiha, a slew of surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic services, such as Botox, implants, and microdermabrasion, smoothes and reshapes corporeal housings. Philadelphia Institute of Cosmetic Surgery's standards for patient care and treatment match the goals set by hospitals, earning the office accreditation from the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
Bryn Mawr Dermatology is crowded with skincare expertise. The staff juggle medical and cosmetic dermatology services, from mole screenings to Botox injections. They also employ noninvasive laser treatments for removing hair, tattoos, and signs of aging, such as an old, disintegrating t-shirt.
Championing healthy feet on ABC and NBC news segments, the team of physicians and podiatrists at New Nail Laser Centers relieve foot and ankle pains caused by a variety of issues, from bone spurs and heel pains to fungal infections and vanishing toes. The highly sanitized office also boasts advanced equipment such as laser treatments that blast away toe fungus. Podiatrists take the time to educate patients about their diagnosis and treatment options and provide options for home foot care through the website's online store.
Dr. Gerald R. Phelan is no stranger to cutting-edge medical treatments. He participated in the FDA study for VelaSmooth, an advanced cellulite-reduction device, and routinely performs other noninvasive medical aesthetics procedures as the director of Chestnut Hill Aesthetics Center. When he’s not helping to put new treatments on the market, Dr. Phelan oversees the center’s qualified staff as they take aim at unwanted body hair, wrinkles, and spider veins. When the doctor and his team turn their attention to skin on the face, they use IPL photofacials and microdermabrasion wands to clear away sun damage, rosacea, and embarrassing smudges of mom’s lipstick.
Inside the Rittenhouse Women's Wellness Center, DermaCenter Medical Spa is an oasis for women who want to improve the appearance and health of their skin without going under the knife. Dr. Leslie Saltzman and her team of female physicians and aestheticians specialize in the science side of the spa experience. They work toward achieving the best results, whether it be smooth, wrinkle-free skin after an injection of Dysport or flawlessly complected legs after spider-vein removal. And because their treatments aren't invasive, most require little to no downtime and allow clients to get back to their normal lives.