As self-described personal assistants to weight management, the team at Da Vinci Beauty & Wellness Center combines healthy behaviors with European body-contouring technology to help clients achieve—and maintain—their desired physique. Known as Eximia, the clinic’s primary slimming tool combines suction, pressure, and vibration into one enjoyable experience designed to elevate metabolic activity as it tones and drains deep tissues. And though its claim to fame is slimming and shaping, Da Vinci also offers treatments for the neck up, including a noninvasive face-lift package, complete with microdermabrasion and endomassage.
The licensed physicians and medical practitioners at Vascular Access Centers call upon 50 years of experience and the latest medical technology to address all manner of vascular and endovascular issues. Aside from treating unsightly veins and their underlying causes, the practice provides comprehensive maintenance and venous access care for dialysis patients, and can help soften hardened arteries by performing angioplasties or showing them pictures of kittens wearing rain boots. In addition to doling out knowledgeable, compassionate care, VAC's physicians work tirelessly to pioneer new treatments in their field, and hold more than 30 issued and 100 pending patents for new, groundbreaking treatment devices.
The technicians at Inteliderm help their clients maintain youthful complexions and fuzz-free birthday suits with an arsenal of laser and light-based treatments. The clinic's Palomar non-ablative fractional laser may be used both to zap wrinkles and hyperpigmentation on the face, as well as to tighten up loose skin just about anywhere else on the body. Laser beams also target spider veins on the legs or vascular graffiti on the face, whereas photofacials may be used to address sun damage, rosacea, and acne scars. Laser hair removal treatment kill off unwanted follicles on any skin type over the course of about six to eight sessions.
Contemporary Plastic Surgery, helmed by Dr. Robert A. Herbstman, balances the aesthetic needs of clients with a mix of traditional cosmetic surgery, non-invasive procedures, and top-notch skincare programs. An experienced on-staff aesthetician evaluates each client's skincare needs before designing an individualized and customized regimen. Certified staffers transform bodies through both surgical procedures and noninvasive med-spa services, such as microdermabrasion, which employs a diamond-studded wand to exfoliate layers and stimulate cellular growth.
When he's not suited up in scrubs at Atlantic Surgical Associates, board-certified plastic surgeon Boris Volshteyn jets around the world learning the most innovative ways to make people beautiful. He incorporates these findings into his East Brunswick practice, where he lifts, nips, and tucks bodies using the latest techniques. This dedication to staying on the leading edge of the industry is paired with a compassion for each of his patients and a listening ear to fully understand what type of results they're looking for. His helpful staff creates a welcoming environment at the clinic, with friendly greetings that are warmer than a tub of wrinkle cream in July.
Before founding Dr. Park Avenue, Dr. Paul Fondacaro dedicated years of study and practice to understanding surgery and medicine. He earned his MD at NYU, served as chief resident at SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn, and eventually became the attending surgeon at Long Island College Hospital. After taking an interest in the booming aesthetic field, he opened the first location of Dr. Park Avenue, an office that specializes in minimally invasive aesthetic procedures and noninvasive laser services. Business grew rapidly, leading him to hire a staff of certified technicians and eventually expand to three locations.
His diverse treatment menu aims to help clients look and feel stunning. Body-contouring and weight-loss services encourage healthy and svelte figures, and chemical peels, injections, and facials battle signs of aging. The office keeps IPL technology on hand to zap unwanted body hair, erase spider veins, or highlight important details in PowerPoint lectures.