Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Parking garage
Most popular service: Plastic Surgery
Brands Used: Revision, Obagi, Nelly DeVuyst, Botox, Restylane, Juvederm
Pro Tip: The parking entry is located in the center of the building off of Peachtree Road.
Q&A with the Practice Manager
The interior of a business can affect how its customers feel. What kind of decor do you use to help make your clients feel pampered and at ease?
Each room throughout the office is named and decorated after a school that Dr. Jones studied at.
Do you or your staff have any special certifications or degrees?
We have an asthetician on staff for facials and microdermabrasion treatments.
Out of your entire repertoire, which is your favorite service to perform and why?
Plastic surgery, due to Dr. Jones's ability to customize procedures, giving patients naturally uplifting results.
As one of the stars of the documentary Color Outside the Lines, Miya Bailey shared some of the struggles he's encountered as a tattoo artist of color. The prejudice he faced when starting out spurred him to make a name for himself, and he did just that. Today, the owner of City of Ink is a licensed tattoo artists whose skills are in high demand. Working alongside his professional colleagues, Miya creates works of art on any canvas his clients might provide, be it the upper arm, lower back, or anterior dorsal fin. His precise line work has earned him accolades from MTV, BET, and PBS, not to mention repeat visits from his happy clients.
Plastikos originated as a cosmetic- and reconstructive surgery center, but board-certified plastic surgeons Dr. Susan E. Kolb and Dr. Julian Gordon wanted to make a place for their clients to just relax. So they decided to expand their clinic with the Plastikos Medical Spa, a tranquil studio that serves up a range of spa treatments. To combat signs of aging, the TCA-based Obagi Blue chemical peel lifts away dull layers of skin and revitalizes cellular regeneration. Antioxidant-rich variants might include botanical ingredients sourced from blueberry, pomegranate, or pumpkin.
Meanwhile, expert massage therapists might use deep-tissue or reflexology techniques to excavate tension and undo stubborn knots. Alternatively, an Endermologie lipo-massage aims to disperse fatty tissue with focused kneads and rolls. The med-spa also uses advanced know-how to beautify clients with noninvasive medical treatments. The Ion Magnum, for instance, uses analog waveforms to trigger neurons that mimic physical activity, thereby building muscle and joint strength. The beauty haven also offers cold-laser LiLa body-contouring and Latisse eyelash-lengthening treatments to ready bodies for swimsuit season or a winking competition.
For more than 40 years, the doctors and staff at Premier Image Cosmetic and Laser Surgery have worked to beautify clients inside and out with cosmetic plastic-surgery procedures. The center's three board-certified plastic surgeons don't just fulfill the required minimum to form a surgeon folk-rock band—they also furnish the diverse specialties necessary to lavish their patients with services ranging from facelifts and rhinoplasty to liposuction, tummy tucks, and breast augmentation. Meanwhile, an in-house anti-aging physician treats hormone imbalances and coaches guests on losing pounds through the hCG diet. The team also bolsters patients' appearances with nonsurgical procedures including facial injectables, laser hair and tattoo removal, and microdermabrasion treatments that reduce the appearance of wrinkles and pores stretched by spelunking freckles.
The interior of Premier Image Cosmetic and Laser Surgery conjures a sense of serenity with its rich wood floors complemented by walls in quiet earth tones such as forest, sand, and ozone layer. Contemporary artwork hangs over unimposing furniture in the waiting room, and a more formal reception space beckons visitors with pastoral art and an oriental area rug.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Vincent Zubowicz has been in practice in Georgia for more than 25 years, which means he's been well-versed in many modern aesthetic technologies since their inception. He first trained in laser treatments, a still-blossoming field, all the way back in 1983, studying them at both Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Hospital. Today, he and his team use lasers to combat surface blemishes, such as wrinkles and discoloration.
Dr. Zubowicz has spent the past decades tweaking physiques with other cosmetic procedures, too. He augments breasts, re-shapes noses, and slims physiques with liposuction, among other treatments. The clinical professor of surgery at Emory University also spends time passing down his surgical knowledge to med-school students and teaching them calligraphy for their medical charts.
Plastic surgeons can “fix” anything on the body, but Dr. Brian Maloney doesn’t work that way. Instead, the head of the Maloney Center for Facial Plastic Surgery treats only the face, neck, and scalp, eschewing opportunities to perform other surgeries to foster a more specialized—and therefore more proficient—practice. Following thorough one-on-one consultations, Dr. Maloney, a double board-certified facial plastic surgeon, helps clients achieve the look they desire, be it a smaller nose, fuller lips, or a tighter forehead. Besides going under the knife, patients also can opt for one of the doctor’s nonsurgical procedures, including Botox, facial peels, and a range of acne treatments, which include wire-brush dermabrasion and punch grafts that resurface acne scars with healthy skin.