Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Botox
The registered nurses and board-certified doctors that comprise the staff at The Rockland Vein Center put their impressive educational and professional backgrounds to work in treating a variety of skin issues. One of the center's main focuses is in minimizing the appearance of varicose and spider veins with sclerotherapy and Venefit procedures. But these clinical aesthetic specialists also tackle wrinkles and fine lines with facial injectables. Whichever treatment clients opt for, the team keeps the setting relaxing with the help of warm blankets, ambient music, and consultations that go over all the treatment and high-five options.
Armed with an array of board certifications, professional memberships, and awards, Dr. Michael Macri helps clients enhance their aesthetic appeal with treatments such as liposuction, laser skin resurfacing, and beauty injections. His accolades include Best Cosmetic Surgeon from The Record, Top Doctor from (201) Magazine, and Bergen County Super Doctor from (201) Health. The med-spa was also selected as one of the Best Spas in Bergen County by Bergen Health & Life. Additionally, Dr. Macri holds master status as an injector of dermal fillers, and he's trained in six slimming varieties of liposuction.
The surgeons at New York Group for Plastic Surgery use their skills in cosmetic and reconstructive medicine to help their patients restore their appearances after illnesses or injuries and look better in bathing suits or driver's-license photos. Common procedures include face-lifts and nose jobs, as well as tummy tucks and breast augmentation. They also supervise an array of noninvasive treatments, such as Ultherapy, beauty injections, and facials, in their medical spa.
Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Luis A. Zapiach reconstructs bodily fixer-uppers with a combination of surgical procedures and minimally invasive med-spa treatments. Invite fine lines and wrinkles to their own vanishing act courtesy of Dysport, a prescription injection that temporarily removes creases and furrows from the facial area. Following the 15-minute procedure, skin looks smoother and more youthful, leaving ample space for kisses to land and panther tattoos to prowl. Similar to Botox, Dysport’s FDA–approved solution prevents facial muscles from contracting near targeted areas such as furrows between the eyebrows. Patients typically require little to no downtime, though some may experience some redness or swelling. Like summer-camp romances, results from treatment generally last up to three to four months.
For Dr. Goodnight, it's not about instant results: "I want to be able to get together with my patients when we’re all in our 90s to talk about what a wonderful life we’ve all had and how great we still feel and look." To that end, he joins his wife, Marianne, a certified nurse, in taking a whole body approach to long-term beauty.
Dr. Goodnight trained at UCLA and is a fellowship-trained facial plastic surgeon. While always looking for the least-invasive option, he uses a combination of technologies to help patients reach their desired goals. But the transformations don't end in the treatment room. As certified fitness trainers, the husband and wife team educates clients on how to increase their health through nutrition, exercise, and avoiding open manholes.
Body Sculpt's go-to tool is the noninvasive BeautyTek device, a kind of hypermodern Swiss Army knife in the cosmetics world. Without making a single cut, it can trace the body's meridian points before emitting microcurrents that perform an array of functions—from deflating fatty cells to smoothing out cellulite to re-crisping a two-dollar bill. The facility also houses a BeautyTek Avita Plus device, which performs ultrasonic cavitation to evict stubborn fat deposits. The tech-savvy staff can also offer traditional med-spa solution, including Botox injections and other dermal fillers.