If it exists above the neckline, Dr. Todd Kupferman can tell you everything about it. As a board-certified physician in otolarygnology, the doctor has dedicated more than 10 years of his life to helping patients find relief from disorders affecting the ears, nose, sinuses, throat, and face. His training and experience give him the inside scoop on treating everything from allergies to infections, and informs his work in plastic and reconstructive surgery for the face.
This dedication to aesthetics is apparent in his practice's use of nonsurgical cosmetic technologies to treat a variety of skincare conditions. This noninvasive, state-of-the-art technology includes diamond-tipped microdermabrasion wands, laser systems to remove unwanted stubble, acne-clearing IPL machines, and skin-tightening radio frequency technology. With his combination of medical expertise and cosmetic experience, Dr. Kupferman is able to keep countenances looking as youthful as the face of Peter Pan that is sculpted on the back of Mount Rushmore.
A salty breeze occasionally wafts through the interior of JC Wahoo’s Sports Bar and Grill, teasing the sharks and swordfish dangling from hooks on the ceiling with a semblance of their former home. The restaurant takes full advantage of its proximity to the ocean, playing up its beachside vibe with decorative touches such as a straw hut, vintage fish-packing placards, and silhouettes of marine life on the backrest of each plush booth. When they aren’t cupping pint glasses to their ears to hear the sounds of waves cresting against the Atlantic, guests carve into main-dish entrees such as blackened mahi-mahi and lobster macaroni and cheese—six ounces of Maine lobster meat smothered in smoked-gouda cheese and topped with italian breadcrumbs. Burgers, wings, and pita pizzas nod to traditional pub fare and pair nicely with specialty drinks served at the bar, whose tenders turn up the volume on flat-screen televisions to drown out the rustling chains of Hemingway’s ghost as he shifts on his barstool.
Don’t let the name fool you. Florida Sport Fishing – Journal For The Avid Angler isn’t just for natives of the Sunshine State. With distribution in 25 states and Canada, the bimonthly magazine equips fishermen and boaters all over the continent with angling tips, fishing stories, reviews of the latest gear, and articles that cover everything from hooking fish to cooking them.
Just because the comprehensive publication may be accessible enough for the amateur doesn’t mean the writers are mere hobbyists. On the contrary—the staff is comprised of authoritative enthusiasts, all overseen by editor-and-chief Mike Genoun, a 100-ton master captain who has been fishing the east coast for more than 30 years.
Dr. Gary Goberbille of Eyesite Vision Center isn't satisfied with simply peering into the pupil with a little handheld light. Instead, he relies on advanced technology during his exams. Board-certified to spot a host of eye diseases, he photographs the back of the eyeball with Optomap retinal equipment, which not only reveal tumors and swallowed contact lenses, but telegraph ailments such as high blood pressure and diabetes.
With lube and service centers spread across America, Valvoline Instant Oil Change ensures that roads from coast to coast teem with automotive vigor. Certified technicians perform a roster of services, including drive-thru oil changes that allow motorists to arrive without an appointment and remain in their car while Valvoline oils forge a truce between metal parts.