Dr. Bruce K. Moskowitz's wide-ranging educational background is as varied as his cosmetic and reconstructive services. He first earned his board certification as an ophthalmologist before pursuing post-doctoral training in reconstructive surgery. As he became an authority on cosmetic and oculoplastic services, publishing articles and lecturing around the country, he kept up with his own personal practice by performing around 400 in-office procedures annually.
At his medical spa, Envision Aesthetics, he treats the ills of aging epidermis with nonsurgical Botox, chemical peels, laser skincare, and face-lifts. Using advanced technology, Dr. Moskowitz's treatments attempt to reverse the aging process without dialing back internal odometers.
Dr. Schulman is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon who has received some of the most prestigious awards such as "America's Top Plastic Surgeon", "America's Top Surgeon", "Top Doctor", and "Patients Choice Award." He specializes in cosmetic surgery and non-surgical procedures.
Dr. Janis DiPietro boasts certification from the American Board of Plastic Surgery and more than 20 years of experience. For mini liposuction, the doctor administers an oral sedative to numb the treatment area, rendering sessions more comfortable than backstroking through a pool full of feathers. The procedure itself, using a specialized suction machine, lasts for one hour, with an additional hour allotted for sedation beforehand and discharge instructions afterward. Patients can expect minimal pain—the equivalent of a bruise, and swelling goes away after three months or roughly 2,000 episodes of Dawson's Creek.
Under the tutelage of Dr. Nicholas Vendemia, Manhattan Aesthetic Surgery's crew of physician assistants restores youthful auras to faces with the help of clinical-grade Vivite skincare products. A personal consultation isolates areas that need improvement and allows the facial to be customized to address dullness, dryness, uneven texture, or freckles shaped like the silhouettes of offensive gestures. During the facial, a cleanser clobbers dirt and oil before an exfoliant chases off meddlesome old skin cells. A brightening skin peel repairs and moisturizes skin while diminishing the visibility of recently obsoleted zodiac tattoos. Rid raccoon eyes with an Opal clinical under-eye treatment before having your frontispiece slathered in a hydrating cream and a coat of sunscreen.
Dr. Z. Paul Lorenc––a distinguished, board-certified aesthetic plastic surgeon––applies years of façade-refurbishing experience to nurture weathered complexions back to health through rejuvenating facial treatments. The hydrafacial, also known as the "celebrity facial," is a deeply exfoliating, crystal-free microdermabrasion that removes stubborn skin cells loitering past their expiration dates. The 30–45 minute procedure also uses hydrating serums to bathe new skin while painlessly extracting blackheads and other pore squatters. Gentle and safe for all skin types, the hydrafacial works diligently to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, brown spots, and acne, leaving skin to glow brighter than a childhood star gone supernova.