Greenwich, CT (PRWEB) February 27, 2013
Doctors Henry and Michele Gasiorowski, who founded Greenwich Dermatology in 1984, where they perform a variety of dermatologic treatments and have an exceptionally comprehensive laser center, attribute success to their commitment to always putting the patient first. “No matter what treatment we are performing, patient safety and satisfaction is our number one goal,” said Dr. Henry Gasiorowski.
“With cutting edge technology playing such an enormous role in our practice, we are acutely conscious of embracing only those new technologies that have demonstrated their clinical value and have been documented in the scientific literature,” he added. Its medical staff exclusively performs the procedures and treatments at Greenwich Dermatology.
It’s no wonder that Greenwich Dermatology would turn to Palomar Medical Technologies, a global leader in laser- and light-based systems for aesthetic treatments, based in Burlington, MA, for its laser tools. The practice uses the Palomar Icon™ Aesthetic System and its optimized light handpiece, the MaxG™ to perform treatments such as photo rejuvenation (clearing unwanted pigment and vascular lesions) and the Vectus Laser™ to perform hair removal along with the Skintel™ Melanin Reader, the only FDA-cleared melanin reader for use with light-based treatments.
“What I love the most about working with Palomar is its high standard when it comes to research and the science behind its products,” said Dr. Henry Gasiorowski. “The ultimate benefactor from these standards are the patients so it is a win-win for everyone.”
Patients seeking aesthetic laser treatments at Greenwich Dermatology can feel confident in the care they’ll receive. The medical staff receives training from Palomar on the laser systems, and providers gain significant hands-on experience before procedures are offered to the public.
When asked the best advice for an individual considering a laser treatment, Dr. Gasiorowski recommends talking to friends. “You will get the best advice from friends who can give you tips on what to expect based on their personal experiences,” he said.
Long-time residents of Fairfield County, Doctors Henry and Michele Gasiorowski are not only committed to their patients, but they also support many local charities in the area including the United Way, Kids in Crisis and the Bruce Museum. “Giving back to our community and helping others is extremely important to us both personally and professionally, added Dr. Henry Gasiorowski.” In their spare time, the doctors can be found outdoors hiking, skiing, fly fishing and playing tennis.