By  on June 30, 2006

NEW YORK — With bulky medical devices hidden in custom-designed closets, three-dimensional scanning equipment and a sleek interior, the newly opened Sadick Dermatology Center is being billed as the dermatology center of the future by owner Dr. Neil Sadick.

"Our goal is to introduce product, technology and whole-body innovation," said Adam Dinkes, chief operating officer of the facility.

Located at 911 Park Avenue, the 4,000-square-foot center is the culmination of 20 years worth of research and skin care treatments from Dr. Sadick. Divided into six areas of specialty, which include a hair transplant institute and vein center, the center will serve as not only a medical facility, but also as what Dr. Sadick coined a "dermatological think tank." The waiting room can be easily transformed into a lecture area for physicians. It also has wireless Internet, a flat-panel plasma high-definition TV and a tea bar.

Dinkes noted that, while conducting research during the design process for the center, one of the main complaints among patients was that they did not like to be surrounded by medical equipment upon entering the examining room. So the center's design incorporates hidden closets into each room for physicians to store lasers and other equipment they may need. Another feature of the examining rooms are the window screens that, with just the press of a button, easily can shield prying public eyes for our "more high-profile clients," Dinkes said.

Other services offered at the center include quick in-and-out procedures that remove varicose veins and stretch marks, and facial rejuvenations such as botulinum toxins A and B.

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