Chemical peels remove bothersome facial imperfections, such as scars, wrinkles, and sun spots that spell out your computer's password. Keep countenances quiet with today's Groupon: for $499, you get a full-face trichloroacetic-acid chemical peel from Noel S. Tenenbaum, M.D. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery in Palm Harbor (a $1,500 value).
Board-certified Dr. Noel S. Tenenbaum brings his operating-room savvy to a slew of surgical and nonsurgical body-beautifying procedures. Before applying the peel, Dr. Tenenbaum and staff zero in on each client's aspirations and frequency of wearing full clown makeup in order to tailor services for optimum effect. Then Dr. Tenenbaum unearths smooth, youthful visages with the nonsurgical trichloroacetic-acid peel, in which a revitalizing elixir washes across faces for 30 minutes, sloughing away mottled upper epidermises. Erase unseemly remnants of acne, sun exposure, and third eyes while the peel plumps out wrinkles and balances uneven pigmentation. Countenances can return to regular schedules after one week, during which Dr. Tenenbaum's staff tends to patients' posttreatment needs. A wraparound deck encircles Dr. Tenenbaum's beautification haven, which opens into a reception area imbued with more earth tones than Mother Nature's prized patchwork quilt. The skincare suite swaddles bodies in a plush alabaster bed while eyes roam over burgundy walls and colorful original artwork.
Dr. Noel Tenenbaum
Dr. Noel Tenenbaum strives to coalesce his extensive experience as a plastic surgeon with top-of-the-line patient care. He personalizes each procedure to the envisioned result of the clients, whether they seek younger-looking eyes, a flatter tummy, or a more candy-flavored thumb. He also offers breast augmentation, with both silicone and saline implants. Dr. Tenenbaum's practice is the only one in the area to offer SmartLipo Triplex, a laser-assisted office-based procedure that non-invasively evicts fat and requires zero downtime. Other non-invasive procedures—chemical peels, dermal fillers, and Dysport injections—round out the clinic's repertoire.