When he's not writing articles in celebrated medical journals, appearing on radio and television, or delivering lectures across the globe, Dr. Ayman El-Attar treats faces and bodies with his natural-looking cosmetic surgeries. At Derma Laser Center, which he founded in 2002, Dr. El-Attar performs numerous nonsurgical procedures that rid skin of acne, remove tattoos, and eliminate unwanted hair and veins. Alternatively, his surgical procedures transplant hair, transfer fat to different body regions, and reduce breasts without scarring.
In addition to cosmetic surgeries, Derma Laser Center's personnel pamper guests with facials that incorporate elements such as an antioxidant vitamin C firming mask, which exfoliates skin more effectively than daily orange-juice baths. He also smoothes skin with microdermabrasion and reinvigorates clients with body treatments that include lavender and an antioxidant grape-seed scrub.
Campus Eye Group and Laser Center's veteran doctors and consulting ophthalmologists have been addressing ocular needs for upwards of a quarter century, performing more than 100,000 eye-care procedures to sharpen vision safely and precisely. The experienced staff remedies such vision-related maladies as glaucoma, corneal issues, and cataracts, and helps patrons regain unclouded sight like a teacher with a strict no-kaleidoscope policy. Campus Eye Group voluntarily maintains accreditation from the AAAHC to earn each client's trust and confidence in the staff's abilities.
The odds of Levent Erdogan turning to chiropractic care weren't good, considering he was employed by a pharmaceutical company. But after years of prescription drugs and no relief from his ailments, he decided to branch out. One visit to the chiropractor later, he decided to quit his job, earn a Doctor of Chiropractic degree, and open The Center for Chiropractic and Holistic Care. There, Dr. Erdogan and his staff treat pain and painful conditions such as tendonitis, rheumatoid arthritis, and fibromyalgia by using spinal decompression techniques and cold laser therapy. Additionally, they conduct BioMeridian allergy screenings, which are a noninvasive way to probe the body's meridian points for common allergens such as peanuts, pollen, and kid sisters.
Led by Dr. Harmon C. Stein, the six physicians at Total Eye Care can handle almost any aspect of ocular care, from laser vision correction to eye muscle surgery for adults or children. Dr. Stein alone has performed more than 10,000 refractive procedures in his more than 25-year career and can personally attest to the benefits of LASIK surgery––he's had it himself. Of course, with better vision, patients might begin to notice pesky veins or wrinkles that never bothered them before. Luckily, Total Eye Care can handle those too: the doctors here are well trained in all sorts of cosmetic procedures, from Botox and skin tag removal, to permanent makeup, which can be custom-blended to match the patients hair, skin, or any hat permanently affixed to their head.
At each of its 18 New Jersey and Pennsylvania locations, Advanced Laser Center's teams of licensed staffers harnesses noninvasive lasers and lPL technology for a series of skin- and health-enhancing treatments. Lasers remove unwanted hair from bodies and control cases of rosacea, or cold-laser sessions aid in weight loss and diminish the urge to smoke cigarettes or strange meats. Light beams in IPL treatments, meanwhile, enrich epidermises during skin-rejuvenation and skin-tightening sessions. To balance out the laser-centric services, Advanced Laser Center also beautifies clients with chemical peels and Botox treatments.
Skin Laser & Surgery's Dr. Dendy Engelman, a board certified dermatologist recently named Director of Dermatologic Surgery at New York Medical College in Manhattan, expertly rewinds facial time with FDA-approved injectables. During the appointment, her steady-hands inject Botox or Dysport into wrinkle-etched facescapes, slowing down facial muscles and soothing them to sleep with a soft lullaby. Both Botox and Dysport may banish forehead furrows, crow's feet, and marionette lines from the visage for up to four months.