Faces act as gatekeepers for incoming food and outgoing laughter, giving them the power to leave our bodies half-starved or bloated with unreleased giggles. Keep your face happy with today's Groupon at Coastal Facial Plastic Surgery in Mount Pleasant. Choose between the following options:
For $50, you get a Parisian peel microdermabrasion treatment (a $125 value).
For $125, you get a Botox- or Dysport-injection treatment to one facial area (a $297 value).
Wrinkles, sunspots, and blemishes fade back into epidermal obscurity with Coastal Facial Plastic Surgery's cosmetic skin treatments. Restore your skin's youthful glow and childish sense of wonderment with the Parisian peel. This noninvasive skin-sprucing microdermabrasion treatment uses a directed stream of microcrystals combined with a vacuum's suction to restore a facial dermal radiance once only thought possible through cat-tongue baths. Dysport is an up-and-coming wrinkle boxer ready to compete for Botox's long-held belt in heavyweight skin smoothening. Select one of the treatments in your pre-procedure consultation to work out furrows in the forehead, brows, or around the eyes, with a short recovery time. An expert in cosmetic procedures, Coastal Facial Plastic Surgery's Dr. Thomas Funcik was invited by Botox and other cosmetic-treatment makers to train other doctors in banishing blemishes from fleshy kingdoms.
Dr. Thomas Funcik
Beyond boasting a national research award from the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and receiving invitations to lecture on the national circuit, Dr. Thomas Funcik holds the prestigious honor of having been chosen by several major pharmaceutical companies to teach the age-reversing techniques of Botox, Dysport, Restylane, and Sculptra to other doctors. Excelling in reconstructive surgery for the nose, face, eyes, and scalp, he also helps faces to avoid the knife with cosmetic skin treatments, including injections, which are personally performed by Dr. Funcik, that fill out fine lines and help to mask scars and chemical peels that use alpha-hydroxy acids to shed damaged skin cells and restore the skin's original childish sense of wonderment. Dr. Funcik is double board-certified and also serves as an assistant professor.