Russian Medical Office: Laser Scar Repair at 75% Off

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  • One voucher per person; one add’l as gifts
  • Cannot be combined with other offers
  • Valid only for option purchased
  • One voucher per visit
  • By appointment only; 24-hr cancellation policy
  • Consultation required; non-candidates will be refunded
  • Expiration date: October 10, 2013

Deal Highlights:

Russian Medical Office: Laser Scar Repair at 75% Off

  • $99 for a Scar up to 10 Inches ($400 Value)
  • $129 for a Scar up to 30 Inches ($500 Value)

The Company

Atlantic Surgical Associates

561 Cranbury Rd. , Suite F
East Brunswick, NJ 08816

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  • About the Deal:

Russian Medical Office: Laser Scar Repair at 75% Off

- $99 for a Scar up to 10 Inches ($400 Value)
- $129 for a Scar up to 30 Inches ($500 Value)

  • About Dr. Boris Volshteyn and Atlantic Surgical Associates:

Being active and involved is important for Dr. Volshteyn. His continued involvement in research and contribution to education is reflected in his patient care. Dr. Volshteyn has a strong understanding of the science behind plastic surgery along with an eye for aesthetics. When combined, the quality of his work is evident in the delivered results and patient satisfaction.

Dr. Volshteyn specializes in cosmetic surgery and performs a variety of surgical and non-surgical procedures, including facelift, eyelid surgery, brow lift (full and minimal incision forehead lifts), cosmetic and reconstructive breast surgery, breast reduction (including gynecomastia – male reduction), enlargements and lifts, liposuction, abdominoplasty (mini- and full tummy tuck), Medical micro-hair restoration surgery, rhinoplasty (nose surgery), dermabrasion, laser surgery, facial and body implant surgery and many others.

  • About Scar Repair Procedure:

There are many reasons why a scar could need to be revised. Some people may have a biological tendency to develop dark, raised, uncomfortable scars that they would like to have minimized. Others may suffer from poorly formed scars in visible locations and would like them more natural looking. Still others may have scars that actually limit their movement or abilities. Whatever the reason, scars can be physically uncomfortable, visually distracting, and psychologically troublesome for many people.

Scar Revision can commonly fix poorly formed scars, to make them less visible, less noticeable and less troublesome. However, it is important to understand the dynamics and life of a scar.

Scars mature over time. Scars can take up to two years to heal. While they can begin to look much better at three months, you will continue to see remarkable improvement for the next 21 months.

Each person scars differently. A person’s unique biological makeup along with the size and direction of the wound can contribute to how a scar forms. Typically, people with thicker skin or darker skin color tend to develop more pronounced scars.

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