Quarterbacked by Dr. Evan Sorokin and a team of gifted aestheticians, Delaware Valley Plastic Surgery leads worn-out bodies to greatness with a playbook of surgical enhancements and noninvasive skincare services. Buff away blemishes and seemingly unmovable sandwich crumbs with the 75-minute face-restoration package that includes a 50-minute purifying facial, which uses a Clarisonic cleaning brush and manual exfoliation to excommunicate pore gunk before soothing skin with a medical-grade mask (a $90 value). Or Sahara-like faces can choose to cleanse themselves with the nourishing facial that refreshes with light exfoliation, vitamin C, and a skin-firming boost (a $90 value). Place newly supple skin in a pleasing frame with the brow and lash tint (a $49 value), and dethrone unwanted hair with a Nufree wax treatment on two areas of the face, such as the lip, chin, or handlebar nose hairs (a $47 value). Jealous brains get some attention with the customized skincare lesson and take-home sample products designed for oily, dry, and combination skin types (a $30 value).
Marble walls and recreations of ancient Egyptian murals border private treatment rooms at En Vogue Medi Spa & Chiropratic, where the goals are beauty and health. The Medi Spa is home to a group of cosmetic and plastic surgeons, aesthetic nurses, facial specialists, and permanent makeup artists. Together, they issue a selection of services as varied as it is extensive: non-surgical liquid face lifts using fillers and injectables such as botox, dysport, juv?derm, radiesse, sculptra, laser chemical peels, and permanent make-up.
Despite the presence of professional technicians, high-end equipment, and medical-grade products, New Image Medspa isn't a doctor's office. It's a spa where medically trained professionals strive to create a relaxing and friendly environment and count cost effectiveness as a top priority. Their treatments span from general spa services such as facials, massage, and chemical peels to med-spa approaches such as laser hair removal, blepharoplasty, or PhotoGenesis. They also oversee a slew of male-centric services to help guys achieve smoother, handsomer blue or yellow M&M shell.
Suburban Plastic Surgeons is aptly named, for the most part. It's certainly suburban, sitting outside of Philadelphia in Jenkintown. Despite the plural in its name, though, the boutique clinic doesn't employ a big crowd of surgeons: all its medical procedures are performed by a single licensed aesthetician, who performs IPL Treatments, facials, and microdermabrasions. The aesthetician pairs natural-looking facial surgeries, body contouring treatments, and beauty injections with plenty of personal attention. That means kicking off each treatment with an in-depth private consultation, and closing out each treatment with a one-on-one game of H.O.R.S.E.
Board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Edward Kole calls on his skills and experience as the medical director of Kole Plastic Surgery Center. In a video welcome on the clinic's site, he assures new patients that he'll take time to respond to every question and concern they express. This attention to detail and personal responsiveness carries on in his practice as he personally administers all of the cosmetic fillers and wrinkle-reducing Botox. For added convenience, Kole Plastic Surgery Center offers daytime and evening appointments.
With his long list of degrees, certifications, and hospital affiliations, Dr. Mark P. Solomon—who has been featured as an expert source in such publications as the Philadelphia Inquirer—sets any client who may be intimidated by cosmetic surgery at ease. Dr. Solomon harnesses his two decades of expertise to enhance appearances with a wide range of procedures, including liposuction, face lifts, and Botox. He also oversees a staff of medical aestheticians who perform noninvasive treatments, such as chemical peels and laser hair removal, which blasts unwanted hair with laser-tag guns.