Before founding Dr. Park Avenue, Dr. Paul Fondacaro dedicated years of study and practice to understanding general 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 a second location.
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. Despite the company's speedy growth and array of services, the doctor maintains a high level of contact with patients, even consulting with them before laser hair-removal procedures.
Founder of VKSkin Spa, Viktoria helps clients erase spots, fine lines, and sagging skin while revealing their inner beauty with microcurrent facials and chemical peels. The microcurrent facial's soothing waves of electricity tighten slack complexions without invasive surgeries or painful socket wrenches, and PCA Skin chemical peels gently strip away scars, redness, and sun spots. Viktoria also brightens grins with LumaLite teeth-whitening sessions, which bleach away stains left by coffee, tobacco, and freshly painted toothbrushes.
A graduate of the halls of health science at the Swedish Institute in Manhattan, licensed massage therapist Michelle Larson wanted to find an effective alternative to Botox for people who wanted to reverse the signs of aging in a completely natural way. She combined her mastery in re-educating muscles with noninvasive technology to create The Natural Face Lift, which lifts features through facial and neck massages paired with mild microcurrents that stimulate the skin more than those documentaries you keep making it watch.
As surgical director of NYC Surgical Associates, Dr. David Greuner is tasked with staying on the cutting edge of minimally invasive procedures that require as little downtime as possible from his patients? fast-paced lives. However, the double board-certified surgeon's reach isn't limited to those who come into the office. As a past contributor to The Dr. Oz Show, The Doctors, and the news broadcasts of both ABC and CBS, Dr. Greuner often finds himself addressing a nationwide audience.
Of course, he earned his spot as one of his specialty's go-to experts through years of training and innovation. As a pioneer of No-Knife EVLT, Dr. Greuner took much of the pain out of spider- and varicose-vein treatments, creating a system that closes blood vessels with a laser instead of a switchblade. His efforts earned him a Top Surgeon designation from Consumers' Research Council of America three years in a row and professional leadership roles as a diplomate of the American Board of Surgery and a fellow of the International College of Surgeons. They also translated into professional success; with six offices throughout the New York metro area, Dr. Greuner now oversees a team of practitioners that specializes in minimally invasive vascular and cosmetic procedures.
A board-certified dermatologist, Dr. James Briley studied at Auburn University and Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine before completing residencies in New York City. He has fellowships and affiliations with several medical associations and is currently an attending dermatologist at Beth Israel Medical Center. At Skin Solutions Dermatology in the Flatiron District, he helps attend to patients' medical and cosmetic dermatological needs for skin across their entire body, excluding the belly button's invisible cap. Injectable medicines such as Botox and Juvéderm can target facial wrinkles, and medical and surgical procedures can treat afflictions such as acne, moles, or birthmarks, as well as more serious issues such as pigmentary disorders and cancerous cells. The office's online patient portal grants easy access to appointments, forms, payments, and prescriptions.
The Titles certainly earned their titles. Dr. Stacy F. Title trained at Chicago Medical School before procuring a board certification in internal medicine at Northwestern more than 15 years ago, and Dr. Craig I. Title, a board-certified surgeon, earned his scalpel at Boston University School of Medicine, then picked up a fellowship certification at Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital. Together the two bring a wealth of knowledge to Health & Beauty New York City, where the primary goal is preserving youth. Both cosmetic physicians reach for syringes of Botox and Juvéderm to temporarily erase wrinkles from the face, including "bunny lines" between the brows and crow's-feet near the eye the crow liked to perch on. The doctors also clear complexions using chemical peels and microdermabrasion, which together stimulate collagen production and even out skin tone.