With an eclectic background in mathematical studies, football, and youth counseling, Dr. Charles Grim could have headed in many professional directions. His desire to better the lives of others and his contempt for invertebrates ultimately pointed toward a career in chiropractics and holistic wellness, leading him to found the Pennsylvania Center for Wellness. Whether helping clients manage pain without drugs or detoxifying the body through ionic footbaths, Dr. Grim and his staff bring genuine compassion to their practice. During free consultations, they work with clients to select the massage, chiropractic treatment, or nonsurgical laser procedure that best suits the individual's needs and lifestyle.
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.
Main Line Center for Laser Surgery’s Dermatology Times–endorsed, board-certified and Ivy-league-educated Dr. Eric Bernstein and Dr. Jason D. Bloom wither wrinkles, downgrade deep lines, and silence pattering crow's-feet with personalized injectable treatments. Nestled into a state-of-the-art medical office amidst a bustling outdoor shopping plaza, doctors scrutinize facial furrows during an initial consultation, letting customers ask questions or try out the treatment on computer models of pet pugs. Based on the consultation, doctors recommend the most effective treatment for each patient. Juvéderm treatments soothe away wrinkles and smile lines with injections of smooth-consistency hyaluronic-acid gel. To smooth deeper wrinkles with longer-lasting results, doctors attack furrows with the Restylane treatment, which contains a stronger dose of hyaluronic acid. For an even stronger treatment, Perlane’s larger gel particles diminish deep furrowed lines. The Radiesse treatment inspires skin to produce new collagen, firming faces, improving skin’s elasticity, and adding authenticity to Stretch Armstrong Halloween costumes. Groupon holders can also use today's deal toward 30 units of skin-smoothing Botox or 90 units of Dysport. Two weeks after your treatment, come in for a free touch-up. Each option can be used on multiple areas during your visit. Botox and Dysport results typically last three to four months; Juvéderm, Restylane, Perlane, and Radiesse results generally last six months to one year.
Bryn Mawr Dermatology is crowded with skincare expertise. The staff juggle medical and cosmetic dermatology services, from mole screenings to Botox injections. They also employ noninvasive laser treatments for removing hair, tattoos, and signs of aging, such as an old, disintegrating t-shirt.
Dr. Daniel Westawski knows that having plastic surgery is a deeply personal decision. That’s why he does all that he can to make his clients comfortable, whether they seek a procedure that’s purely cosmetic or one that reconstructs a part of the body damaged by trauma, disease, or feral shopping carts. The double-board-certified surgeon’s specialties include body and breast contouring, tummy tucks, and Vaser Lipo, a gentle device that can remove fat from around the muscles to give bodies a more sculpted appearance. His artistry also extends to the face, as he surgically enhances features with face-lifts and earlobe repair or combats wrinkles with dermal fillers.
Plush gray couches and contemporary black tables induce states of calm inside the Philadelphia Institute of Cosmetic Surgery's waiting room. The corridors and reception area inside the beauty-bolstering office eschew the clinical appearance of traditional medical facilities for more a home-like décor, such as warmly lit floor lamps, paneled curtains, and porcelain figurines enveloped in snuggies. In the experienced hands of the office's highly trained staff, led by founder and medical director Dr. Zaki Ftaiha, a slew of surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic services, such as Botox, implants, and microdermabrasion, smoothes and reshapes corporeal housings. Philadelphia Institute of Cosmetic Surgery's standards for patient care and treatment match the goals set by hospitals, earning the office accreditation from the Pennsylvania Department of Health.