Skin Laser & Surgery's Dr. Dendy Engelman, a board certified dermatologist recently named Director of Dermatologic Surgery at New York Medical College in Manhattan, expertly rewinds facial time with FDA-approved injectables. During the appointment, her steady-hands inject Botox or Dysport into wrinkle-etched facescapes, slowing down facial muscles and soothing them to sleep with a soft lullaby. Both Botox and Dysport may banish forehead furrows, crow's feet, and marionette lines from the visage for up to four months.
For the past 20 years, seasoned physician Dr. Birgit Toome has spearheaded Appearance Dermatology’s crusade against epidermal antagonists, a devotion that has garnered her multiple years in the Daily Journal's One of the Best listings. Dr. Toome and her team of assistants stay abreast of the latest medical and cosmetic skin treatments, remedying conditions of all kinds. Their arsenal of 13 noninvasive laser devices can resolve a range of epidermal maladies, from acne scars and freckles to unwanted hair and blatantly plagiarized birthmarks.
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Dr. Margo Weishar and her squad of epidermal experts offer a comprehensive approach to skin health and aesthetics with individually tailored treatments. Renovations begin with a skin examination to determine a personalized plan of action, followed by a canvas-prepping cleanse and exfoliation. Next, a diamond-tipped microdermabrasion tool sloughs away superfluous cells while light suction lifts them away. The silk peel machine infuses skin with an antioxidant or mild acid tailored to each client's specific needs. Salicylic acid helps with acne and hyaluronic acid hydrates the skin by loosening Father Time's wrinkled grip on your visage. Vitamin C, kojic acid, and arbutin are also options kept on hand to improve brightness and tone. If needed, thorough extractions evict ickiness from the pores, followed by a calming mask and SPF protection to guard against the sun's glaring infatuation. Springhouse Dermatology recommends multiple treatments to achieve best results. Some clients' skin may turn slightly pink post-treatment depending on their skin's sensitivity and how easily they blush when complimented.
At Doylestown Family Medicine, board-certified Dr. Schnur and his staff perform comprehensive services such as routine and emergency medical care, dermatology, and gynecological care. They perform nonsurgical sports and orthopedic treatments and offer vaccinations as well, treating both adults and children. For their patients’ convenience, they also offer office hours every other Saturday and two evenings a week.
Though the plaque displayed in his office reads Ancaro Imparo, meaning “I am still learning,” Dr. Glen H. Crawford already boasts an impressive background. After earning his MD at New York University, he interned in general surgery while serving as a captain in the Air Force. As a flight surgeon, the doctor cared for both troops and civilians in the Republic of Korea. Dr. Crawford still believes education is a lifelong commitment, and his philosophy paid off in 2010, when he was named one of Philadelphia Magazine's Top Docs.
Today, the doctor leads a team at the Pennsylvania Center for Dermatology as they provide medical, surgical, and cosmetic dermatological services. Medical services screen clients for skin cancer and help treat skin disorders. Versatile lasers remove unwanted hair, veins, scarring, and tattooed-on mug shots from the body. Cosmetic services can smooth out wrinkles or correct sun spots or discoloration with treatments ranging from injectables and fillers to chemical peels and microdermabrasion.
Dr. Harold Farber's technique has been described by some as "artful poetry in motion." It could have something to do with his state-of-the-art equipment—which he uses to assess patients' health and dermal conditions—or the fact that he allays concerns by explaining his every move during treatments.
At Center for Dermatology, Laser and Cosmetic Surgery, he oversees a team of dermatologists who correct issues such as acne, sun damage, and signs of aging. The team follows Dr. Farber's lead by keeping abreast of the latest techniques, be it the sloughing off of dead skin cells through microdermabrasion or the illuminating of complexions with chemical peels or a steady hand with a spotlight.