The licensed aestheticians at the Cosmetic Surgery Center of Cherry Hill perform their beauty work under the tutelage of Dr. Lyle M. Back, a renowned plastic surgeon. Square off against the sun for the title of supreme radiance with a re-energizing facial, which soothes skin before pinning glowing rays of light to its surface. Bathe wan lashes and blanched brows in a tinted bath, returning them to dark, eye-framing chromatic glory. The shadowy hues from the vegetable-based tinting solutions can last up to four weeks. Also included in the package is a take-home tube of ProCyte physician-grade Neova sunscreen, which employs titanium dioxide and zinc oxide to protect the skin against UVA, UVB, and manta rays.
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.
As a board-certified surgeon who specializes in minimally invasive cosmetic surgery, Dr. Adam Goldstein, along with his fellow board-certified vascular surgeons, knew he wanted to use the latest in laser therapy techniques to contour bodies and eradicate varicose veins. Dr. Goldstein, the founder of ScuLpt Cosmetic Surgery, says he was drawn to SmartLipo because it allows doctors to not only contour bodies by liquefying and suctioning out fat but also to do it in a way that is less invasive than traditional liposuction, which can often result in extensive bleeding. This enables patients to have speedier recoveries and get back to normal activities, such as work or counting the seconds until the End Times, in a few days.The vascular surgeons on staff rid legs of ropey varicose vessels with ultrasound-monitored endovenous laser therapy (ELVT). This technique closes off painful blood conduits with laser energy, clearing up the dark veins on legs with very little downtime.
Home to Jeylan Mansoury, MD, and her skilled staff, Jardin Medical Spa helps foster healthy-looking skin with a bevy of noninvasive treatments. During the IPL facial, pulsating light from a Prolite II hand piece helps buff out blemishes, such as age spots and redness. Patients may require multiple treatments and hugs for optimal results. For facial maintenance multitasking, the VI peel helps smoothen furrowed areas and help to vanquish sun spots and uneven skin tones. Alternatively, aestheticians can help snap droopy skin back into place by bombarding the dermis with the Pelleve treatment's FDA-approved heated radio waves, which aim to contract collagen in the dermis and pave over wrinkles on the surface.
After graduating from medical school, Dr. David Horvath didn’t want to leave the classroom behind. He decided to continue training in plastic surgery at the IU Medical Center before completing a fellowship with the prestigious Plastic Surgery Associates of Miami, Florida. Finally, he opened his own practice, but still groomed his interest in academia by participating in numerous training programs while teaching other plastic surgeons at the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic.
All of this teaching and training has garnered Dr. Horvath a respected reputation as a doctor who treats plastic surgery as both a medical practice and an artistic expression. His diverse array of skills allows him to offer most types of plastic surgery treatments available, all of which are performed in a private facility that's outfitted with the latest in medical technology.
Dr. Kam Tareen trained in acupuncture at what might be an unexpected place: Harvard Medical School. The course he took there united ancient medicinal practices with Western ones, helping him to practice both. At Advanced Physician Acupuncture, though, he focuses on the former. His treatments include Japanese acupuncture, ear acupuncture for bodywide pain control, massage therapy, and nonsurgical Face-Lifts, which rely on acupuncture needles to stoke the face's production of collagen.