Not content to merely determine prescriptions, optometrists and staff members at the Brandywine Vision Associates also manage eye disease, conduct LASIK consultations, and procure high-end eyewear from brands such as Giorgio Armani, Michael Kors, Juicy Couture, and Prada. After an exam determines patients' prescriptions and algebra skills, they pick out frames furbished with lenses in ultrathin, scratch-resistant, polarized, or high-def varieties, or grab contacts. Customers can visit on weekdays, evenings, or weekends.
Dr. Ufberg and his friendly staff at Ufberg Dental cultivate friendships with their clients, who relax with entertaining amenities while their teeth undergo professional sprucing. During the dental package's 90-minute roster of treatments, guests recline atop TempurPedic cushions with a client-chosen movie while a camera projects up-close chomper shots onto a viewing monitor. The scrutinizing session is followed by the handheld ViziLite cancer screener, which sheds light on any problem areas with a pen-size lamp. To express teeth's poetic inner thoughts and track cavities, a quartet of digital x-rays snaps interior shots of maws, and a fresh coat of fluoride fortifies enamel strength. Smiles finish up by previewing a simulated portrait of what they'd look like with veneers, allowing them to try on a new identity without the hassle of tooth toupees. For those opting for the two-hour Zoom! treatment, a stain-blasting lamp illuminates teeth to make chompers up to eight shades whiter.
Marco DiBonaventura seeks to succeed where others have failed. As a board-certified acupuncturist in Pennsylvania and a licensed doctor of Oriental medicine in Florida, he specializes in treating injuries and diseases that have not responded to traditional medicine. DiBonaventura also holds national board certification in both acupuncture and Oriental medicine from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He is certified to use traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) to combat 10 of the most difficult-to-treat diseases—including cancer and Parkinson's disease—and bodily traumas such as bone fractures or ligament tears. Dr. DiBonaventura's quest to alleviate pain and illness has led him to complete fellowships at hospitals and clinics in China, Japan, and Korea.
At Complementary Health Care, Dr. DiBonaventura addresses a variety of physical and mental conditions with acupuncture and TCM, including migraines, chronic fatigue, or the inability to effectively hokey pokey. He also helps people to lose weight by offering custom nutrition and lifestyle advice.