Human faces experience a lifetime of wear and tear from gravity, driving into the wind, and pineapple-pie eating contests. Restore your cheeks’ original splendor with today’s Groupon to Schlessinger Eye and Face in Woodbury. Choose between the following options:
- For $399, you get one eMatrix sublative-rejuvenation treatment for the face or the neck (up to a $1,000 value).
- For $899, you get three eMatrix sublative-rejuvenation treatments for the face or the neck (up to a $2,800 value).<p>
Under the guidance of Dr. David Schlessinger, Schlessinger Eye and Face’s aestheticians harness the power of radio-frequency technology to better the condition of patients’ visible skinscapes. During 10- to 20-minute eMatrix sessions, a specialist massages skin with a numbing cream, then dispatches heat into deep epidermal layers using a device outfitted with 64 electrodes. The targeted heat stimulates the generation of new skin cells and collagen, which can diminish the appearance of wrinkles, acne scars, and skin discolorations that spell out naughty words. Skin tones can also become more radiant after eMatrix treatment, abolishing the need for camera flashes during photo shoots.
Schlessinger Eye & Face
At Schlessinger Eye & Face, Dr. David Schlessinger goes far beyond eye drops and the Snellen chart. As a board-certified surgeon, Schlessinger offers three types of surgical treatments: oculoplastic surgery for instances of ptosis, skin cancer, or tearing disorders; neuro-ophthalmology, which covers all things relating to the eyes and brain, such as double vision or migraines; and, lastly, cosmetic procedures, including brow- and face-lifts and upper- or lower-eyelid surgery.
Supplementing Dr. Schlessinger's cosmetic procedures, his clinic's med spa also offers proven noninvasive beautification procedures. From within the med spa, his staff of licensed medical aestheticians battles the effects of aging and sun damage with chemical peels, microdermabrasion treatments, and custom European facials that leave faces beaming brighter than a headlight in a snowstorm.