Belaray Dermatology keeps lackluster skin primped and polished with an array of beautifying treatments performed by an experienced staff. Indulge frazzled frontispieces with the 55-minute Belaray signature facial, which slathers faces in a host of anti-aging potions infused with a swarm of free-radical-fighting fists. Head holders will receive a muscle-melting massage as epidermises meditate underneath a custom mask that complements each skin type with encouraging catch phrases. Prickly paws then receive individual attention during the Perfect parrafin treatment, which treats hands with a cleansing wash, gentle exfoliation, and a blanket of vitamin E oil covered in a duvet of paraffin wax.
At Schlessinger Eye & Face, Dr. David Schlessinger goes far beyond eye drops and the Snellen chart. As a board-certified surgeon, Schlessinger offers three types of surgical treatments: oculoplastic surgery for instances of ptosis, skin cancer, or tearing disorders; neuro-ophthalmology, which covers all things relating to the eyes and brain, such as double vision or migraines; and, lastly, cosmetic procedures, including brow- and face-lifts and upper- or lower-eyelid surgery.
Supplementing Dr. Schlessinger's cosmetic procedures, his clinic's med spa also offers proven noninvasive beautification procedures. From within the med spa, his staff of licensed medical aestheticians battles the effects of aging and sun damage with chemical peels, microdermabrasion treatments, and custom European facials that leave faces beaming brighter than a headlight in a snowstorm.
Ross Hartman would be hard-pressed to define underachievement. The diligent podiatrist added a class valedictorian crown to his mortarboard when graduating with his doctorate from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine, then went on to become a chief podiatric surgical resident at Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Centers of Brooklyn. Now working out of his own office, the doctor tends to foot complaints of all stripes, from fractures and warts to sports injuries. Whether he’s easing stress on flat feet or alleviating heel pain, Dr. Hartman always prioritizes communication, ensuring that his patients understand their treatment options and finally grasp why it's rude to eat with your toes.
With five locations across Connecticut and Long Island, NY, Associated Podiatrists' team of ten doctors treat cosmetic and structural foot problems. Sports-medicine specialists treat athletes' ankle injuries, and those who spend time on their feet can walk, run, and pogo-stick more comfortably with custom orthotics. 126 years of experience is put to work in areas from pediatrics through geriatrics, with a friendly staff operating some of the most advanced diagnostic technologies.