PokerTox™ Treatment Helps Card Players Achieve True "Poker Face" Botox-like treatment from SmoothMed prevents poker players from giving away their hands
NEW YORK, Nov. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- SmoothMed today announced PokerTox™ a new treatment designed to reduce the "tells" for serious poker players. SmoothMed now brings the reality of a true poker face that is custom designed for your expressive strengths and weaknesses. Whether you are entering a tournament or just part of a serious weekly game, this is your opportunity to win! All serious players know that the luck of the cards is only half the game and the rest resides in your poker face. Through appropriately placed use of Botox, and in some cases filler, Dr. Berdy works with your desires to hide or accentuate your "tells" or micro-expressions. This is your chance to game the game.
Dr. Jack Berdy specializing in Aesthetic Medicine and the Medical Director of Smoothmed Medi Spa in Manhattan has developed a new focus for Botox treatments that can create a true poker face hiding your true thoughts behind a mask of relaxation. "With an adjusted concentration, our experience, and practical skills of facial sculpting, we can give you a rested affect or accentuate expressions as you may desire. After a few days, you will begin to notice a relaxed, rested appearance in a very natural way that without effort can be maintained at the pinnacle of excitement or the trough of disappointment as the cards may dictate. A free consultation with one of the Smoothmed physicians will ensure correct placement for your specific desires.
Another benefit of Smoothmed is that walk-ins are always welcome. There is no need to schedule in advance or wait for hours in a doctor's office just for a consultation. "Botox and facial fillers are all we do at Smoothmed. We see hundreds of patients a month, which gives us the experience to achieve a good outcome," commented Dr. Jack Berdy. SmoothMed is a facial rejuvenation Medical Spa specializing in Botox®, Restylane®, Perlane®, Juvederm Ultra™, Scuptra, (etc) and is known for its professional and board certified staff, as well as its convenient location as a walk-in medical spa. It has become a favorite spot for models, news commentators, and busy professionals looking for a way to fit facial rejuvenation into their busy schedules. Smoothmed is owned and directed by Dr. Jack Berdy, a graduate of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. SmoothMed is conveniently located at 111 East 59th Street around the corner from Bloomingdale's.
The company's website is www.Smoothmed.com.
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