When he's not writing articles in celebrated medical journals, appearing on radio and television, or delivering lectures across the globe, Dr. Ayman El-Attar treats faces and bodies with his natural-looking cosmetic surgeries. At Derma Laser Center, which he founded in 2002, Dr. El-Attar performs numerous nonsurgical procedures that rid skin of acne, remove tattoos, and eliminate unwanted hair and veins. Alternatively, his surgical procedures transplant hair, transfer fat to different body regions, and reduce breasts without scarring.
In addition to cosmetic surgeries, Derma Laser Center's personnel pamper guests with facials that incorporate elements such as an antioxidant vitamin C firming mask, which exfoliates skin more effectively than daily orange-juice baths. He also smoothes skin with microdermabrasion and reinvigorates clients with body treatments that include lavender and an antioxidant grape-seed scrub.
Jardin Medical Spa springs several spa services on Philadelphia's faces, but only two have been set aside for Groupon users. The chemical peel efficiently and effectively treats skin that's been damaged by the harsh winter sun, unevenly pigmented, unfairly wrinkled, or unwisely replaced with a hologram. The spa's sugarcane-based glycolic peel improves texture and tone, adding a healthier look to faces while helping reduce future aging agitators such as age spots or faded pigmentation. At 15 minutes, the chemical peel is also one of the fastest cosmetic procedures available, topped only by a goblet of vitriol tossed in the face by a spiteful Victorian mistress.
After graduating from medical school, Dr. David Horvath didn’t want to leave the classroom behind. He decided to continue training in plastic surgery at the IU Medical Center before completing a fellowship with the prestigious Plastic Surgery Associates of Miami, Florida. Finally, he opened his own practice, but still groomed his interest in academia by participating in numerous training programs while teaching other plastic surgeons at the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic.
All of this teaching and training has garnered Dr. Horvath a respected reputation as a doctor who treats plastic surgery as both a medical practice and an artistic expression. His diverse array of skills allows him to offer most types of plastic surgery treatments available, all of which are performed in a private facility that's outfitted with the latest in medical technology.
Dr. Z Med Spa takes its name from Dr. David J. Zweiback, a board-certified physician who has also been certified by the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery and trained by SA Aesthetics. It's this rigorous medical training that sets the med spa apart from other spas?rather than simply administering facials and peels, skin experts smooth out wrinkles and erase facial lines with cosmetic injections such as Botox, Juv?derm, and Restylane. They also employ an arsenal of aesthetic technology, including the Exilis radio-frequency device for body contouring, the Fraxel laser for getting rid of tattoos, and other lasers for removing hair from the body.
Board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Edward Kole calls on his skills and experience as the medical director of Kole Plastic Surgery Center. In a video welcome on the clinic's site, he assures new patients that he'll take time to respond to every question and concern they express. This attention to detail and personal responsiveness carries on in his practice as he personally administers all of the cosmetic fillers and wrinkle-reducing Botox. For added convenience, Kole Plastic Surgery Center offers daytime and evening appointments.
Doctor of Chiropractic Kimberly Woudsma understands that the best healing treatments should be less traumatic than the problems they’re intended to cure. With that in mind, she studied Atlas Orthogonal, a crack-less spinal adjustment method, at the side of its inventor, Dr. Roy Sweat. Now, she is the only chiropractor in the area to be board certified in this gentle technique, which uses a ProAdjuster wand to deliver mechanical pulses to the body while simultaneously taking computerized readings that monitor patients’ mobility and number of remaining extra lives. In addition to tending to patients, Dr. Woudsma finds time for professional improvement, regularly attending continuing education events to bolster her knowledge of physiotherapy, nutrition, and preventative healthcare.