Dr. Bruce K. Moskowitz's wide-ranging educational background is as varied as his cosmetic and reconstructive services. He first earned his board certification as an ophthalmologist before pursuing post-doctoral training in reconstructive surgery. As he became an authority on cosmetic and oculoplastic services, publishing articles and lecturing around the country, he kept up with his own personal practice by performing around 400 in-office procedures annually.
At his medical spa, Envision Aesthetics, he treats the ills of aging epidermis with nonsurgical Botox, chemical peels, laser skincare, and face-lifts. Using advanced technology, Dr. Moskowitz's treatments attempt to reverse the aging process without dialing back internal odometers.
Dr. Victoria Karlinsky looks for ways to restore patients' self-confidence through cosmetic surgery. After training alongside expert bariatric surgeons, Dr. Karlinsky learned the art of weight-loss surgeries and lifts. Dr. Karlinsky's attention to detail extends to her face-lift, eyelid, ear, and lip surgeries, and also accounts for her winning streak in pickup games of Simon Says. Each procedure takes place after patients explain their beauty goals in a one-on-one consultation and Dr. Karlinsky maps out a viable route to achieve them. Dr. Karlinsky brandishes board certifications in both general and cosmetic surgery and can communicate to clients in English, Russian, or scalpel charades.
At Park Avenue Aesthetic Surgery, P.C., the medical know-how of the staff continues to catalyze clients' physical transformations long after procedures are finished. That's because Dr. Douglas Senderoff, Park Avenue's supervising physician, fosters relationships between his staff and patients to ensure visitors thoroughly understand their procedures and to keep the lines of communication open long after they leave the office. Dr. Senderoff treats patients' skincare concerns with an array of professional-strength medi-spa services, from cosmetic injections to laser skin rejuvenation, to ease signs of aging and encourage skin to repair itself and restore its own natural glow. Each procedure begins with a complimentary consultation to give technicians the opportunity to discuss patients' treatment goals, calibrate skin-transforming technology such as multipurpose lasers, and distract Father Time with a flashy display case of diamond-plated scythes.
Beauty is serious business at Allure Plastic Surgery Center, and the company's four plastic surgeons have been trained accordingly. Dr. Elliot Heller co-founded the American Academy of Aesthetic and Restorative Surgery, and his colleagues boast board certifications and advanced training in specialties such as reconstructive surgery, microsurgery, and nonsurgical body-contouring alternatives. These physicians focus on keeping their visitors comfortable as they usher them through the surgical suite or into the office for outpatient procedures such as injecting Botox, exfoliating with microdermabrasion, performing laser hair-removal, or simply supplying ultra-flattering mirrors.
A New York native, Dr. Luis Cenedese received his M.D. Ph D. from SUNY Downstate Medical Center before his interest in plastic surgery really took off. He shifted his career to both reconstructive and cosmetic plastic surgery after caring for burn victims and children with congenital defects during his residency at Beth Israel Medical Center. Years later, his private practice thrives, offering more than 10 treatments for women ranging from breast implants and facelifts to nonsurgical fillers; his male-oriented service list includes gynecomastia reduction, blepharoplasty, and rhinoplasty. Clients can maintain their new look by ingesting some of the products that Dr. Cenedese carries. Check the F.A.Q. for more information.
Dr. Eric S. Schweiger, a board-certified dermatologist whose expertise has dotted the pages of Cosmo and Glamour, leads a talented team of doctors and technicians in treating a variety of skin woes. From among the menu of medical and cosmetic services, lasers run rampant; zapping away unwanted hair, tattoos, and fat cells, or putting on entertaining light shows in the slate- and blue-hued waiting room. Dr. Schweiger, who also serves as an assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center, remains active in clinical research, recently publishing the first case report for using Restylane to treat a cleft lip.