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What You'll Get
Isaac Newton discovered gravity not when cranially assaulted by a falling apple but upon noticing his sagging jowls while examining the forehead bruise in the mirror. Help reverse the Newtonian burden with today's Groupon: for $159, you get Botox on up to two areas with a maximum of 20 units to use at Aristocrat Plastic Surgery, valid at the Upper East Side location (a $400 value). For desired results, one area typically requires 20 units of Botox.
At Aristocrat Plastic Surgery, Dr. Kevin Tehrani and his skilled staff of aesthetic wizards harness the latest cosmetic technology to level fleshly flaws. Dr. Tehrani injects FDA-approved Botox into clients' fine-line-beleaguered area with a tiny needle, lulling facial muscles into a deep slumber for up to four months with a botulinum-laced lullaby and a glass of warm milk. The smoothing serum can iron out wrinkles on the forehead, neck, crow's feet, or between the eyebrows, and since the minimally invasive procedure requires little to no downtime, faces can return to normal activities, such as smiling or operating heavy machinery, almost immediately.
Dr. Tehrani and his technicians remain active and attentive throughout the procedure. Clients emerge from the calm confines of the clinic sporting newfound sleekness, making it easier to spark up conversations with newly hired dolphins at the office.
Botox may cause serious side effects that can be life threatening, including problems swallowing, speaking, or breathing. Read all safety considerations for Botox here.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 19, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid for up to 2 treatment areas only. Maximum of 20 units available to use. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Aristocrat Plastic Surgery
Dr. Kevin Tehrani's vast knowledge of plastic surgery keeps him in demand––he's a published author, an international speaker, an assistant clinical professor at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, and a go-to source for publications such as New Beauty magazine. But all this activity doesn't keep him from his patients. He typically spends an hour with them during their initial consultations, answering their questions, reviewing images of them on a computer, and projecting what they'd look like if they were made of pixels.
Sometimes these consultations lead to cosmetic surgery, and sometimes Dr. Tehrani and his patients instead turn to such noninvasive aesthetic equipment as the Zeltiq CoolSculpting system. Ever the innovator, Dr. Tehrani launched an iPhone app called iLipo, which helps patients to alter their image on the spot to see how a given treatment will transform their body.