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LINDA Chapman of Pepper Pike is wearing her typical “work uniform”: black yoga pants and an asymmetrical yoga-style cotton/stretch jacket from Neon Buddha. Most of her colleagues at a young adult group home wear jeans to work, but the 50-something Chapman thinks she looks more professional in a nice, comfortable yoga outfit and notes her clients “are intimidated if I’m all dressed up.” After work, Chapman says her yoga clothes look perfectly appropriate for lunch or, with heels and funky jewelry, for a Saturday night out. “I love the yoga style,” she says. Here’s the kicker: She doesn’t even DO yoga! Tami Schneider, owner of Cleveland Yoga, gets that a lot. “Yoga clothes are comfortable, and they’re stylish, and they flatter most figures,” she says. This is largely because of new athletic fabrics used. As a yoga instructor, Schneider’s typical work uniform would be bootcut black yoga pants from lululemon with a tank top. “They have these little vests you can throw over a yoga top if you have to run into Whole Foods to pick up something for dinner,” she says. At Cleveland Yoga’s boutique, another big selling brand is “I love yoga,” which features T-shirts that proclaim “Love is where the heart is” or “Peace on earth.” “People buy those shirts because they want that statement to be felt by others who see it,” says Schneider. “They’re living the life.” Chapman’s favorite yoga brand, Neon Buddha, is a “wonderfully socially conscious company,” emphasizing fashion with ethical work standards and environment standards, adds Gail Rocco,

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Kim is in Be Present capris ($69), Avani batik top ($63), Beyond Blessed tote from Evolution Yoga, and Apepazza peep-toe boots ($199) from Amy’s Shoes.

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SOMETIMES it seems like a dream, or perhaps a beautiful fairytale … lunch hours spent shopping for the perfect new outfit and afterwork outings for mani-pedis and facials! But in real life, with career and family taking focus, the time we allot ourselves all too often shrinks. The results are predictable: an everyday cycle of going for the quick and the easy, even if it doesn’t make us look – or, more importantly, feel – our best. The good news is, there are quick and easy things women can do to turn frazzled into fabulous.

face the world For starters, focus on your face; it’s the first thing people notice. Lisa Dottore, owner of Lisa Moran Ltd. clothing boutique, is quick to point out that “it’s more important to take care of yourself” than it is to chase the latest trends. Figure out a basic makeup routine that you can do in a few minutes, and make sure you do it every day. There may not be time in your morning for a full face, but mascara and lipstick can make a huge difference. Find products that do more than one thing in a simple step. For summertime, I love a tinted moisturizer that also includes sunscreen. Many companies make cleansers with built-in exfoliators that slough off dead cells at the same time as they remove dirt. Make the most of what’s out there to make the most of yourself.

pop and pizzazz To jazz up a wardrobe that may have fallen into the humdrum, start with some accessories you’ll use every day. Busy mother Yaffa Geller of Cleveland Heights channels her inner movie star with a glamorous pair of shades. You’ll look cool, plus your eyes (and the delicate skin around them) will thank you, she notes. Cleveland Heights resident Heather Price, who juggles two small children and her business as a Mary Kay sales director, recommends improving any outfit with a great bag. Find something you enjoy carrying … even if it’s stuffed with diapers and teething toys! With three small children at home, Rivky Weiss of

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Cleveland Heights admits that it is hard to find time for even the most basic of beauty routines. As a pick-me-up, she swears by her favorite perfume. It takes just a second to apply a scent, and “When I have it on, I feel good about the world,” she says. Keeping your nails nicely filed and painted can give you the same kind of lift in just a little more time. Bonnie Chernikoff of Bonnie’s Goubaud boutique is a fan of investing in a fantastic coat. She recommends a pop of color in any outfit, and for fall and winter, you can find that boost in a colorful coat or wrap. Finally, line up a few fun and funky accessories that work with numerous outfits. Look for earrings, belts and necklaces that will ramp up your style in just a few extra seconds.

stay in style With less time for yourself, it’s important to shop and dress smarter, not more. University Heights resident Channa Ireland, who juggles family life and a job, says she makes sure to invest in a subscription for a fashion magazine that features on-trend, real-world looks. “If I find a look that I think will work for me, I save a lot of time when I go shopping because I know what I’m looking for,” she explains. You don’t have to chase all the trends to feel welldressed, says Dottore of Lisa Moran Ltd. Instead, she recommends women find one or two trends that speak to them and pair those with classic pieces. For example, this season it’s simple to pair a fitted T-shirt dress with tights and a necklace for an easy and feminine look. Every season has these looks; the trick is to find them. Chernikoff of Bonnie’s Goubaud advises women to ease the pressure of moving from one part of their day to the next by planning ahead. For example, pick a bottom that can carry you through a morning of carpool and errands to a luncheon meeting or dinner. Start with a sweatshirt on top, but put a cute and chic shirt underneath. Pack together a change

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miraculous minutes:

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SOMETIMES it seems like a dream, or perhaps a beautiful fairytale … lunch hours spent shopping for the perfect new outfit and afterwork outings for mani-pedis and facials! But in real life, with career and family taking focus, the time we allot ourselves all too often shrinks. The results are predictable: an everyday cycle of going for the quick and the easy, even if it doesn’t make us look – or, more importantly, feel – our best. The good news is, there are quick and easy things women can do to turn frazzled into fabulous.

face the world For starters, focus on your face; it’s the first thing people notice. Lisa Dottore, owner of Lisa Moran Ltd. clothing boutique, is quick to point out that “it’s more important to take care of yourself” than it is to chase the latest trends. Figure out a basic makeup routine that you can do in a few minutes, and make sure you do it every day. There may not be time in your morning for a full face, but mascara and lipstick can make a huge difference. Find products that do more than one thing in a simple step. For summertime, I love a tinted moisturizer that also includes sunscreen. Many companies make cleansers with built-in exfoliators that slough off dead cells at the same time as they remove dirt. Make the most of what’s out there to make the most of yourself.

pop and pizzazz To jazz up a wardrobe that may have fallen into the humdrum, start with some accessories you’ll use every day. Busy mother Yaffa Geller of Cleveland Heights channels her inner movie star with a glamorous pair of shades. You’ll look cool, plus your eyes (and the delicate skin around them) will thank you, she notes. Cleveland Heights resident Heather Price, who juggles two small children and her business as a Mary Kay sales director, recommends improving any outfit with a great bag. Find something you enjoy carrying … even if it’s stuffed with diapers and teething toys! With three small children at home, Rivky Weiss of

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Cleveland Heights admits that it is hard to find time for even the most basic of beauty routines. As a pick-me-up, she swears by her favorite perfume. It takes just a second to apply a scent, and “When I have it on, I feel good about the world,” she says. Keeping your nails nicely filed and painted can give you the same kind of lift in just a little more time. Bonnie Chernikoff of Bonnie’s Goubaud boutique is a fan of investing in a fantastic coat. She recommends a pop of color in any outfit, and for fall and winter, you can find that boost in a colorful coat or wrap. Finally, line up a few fun and funky accessories that work with numerous outfits. Look for earrings, belts and necklaces that will ramp up your style in just a few extra seconds.

stay in style With less time for yourself, it’s important to shop and dress smarter, not more. University Heights resident Channa Ireland, who juggles family life and a job, says she makes sure to invest in a subscription for a fashion magazine that features on-trend, real-world looks. “If I find a look that I think will work for me, I save a lot of time when I go shopping because I know what I’m looking for,” she explains. You don’t have to chase all the trends to feel welldressed, says Dottore of Lisa Moran Ltd. Instead, she recommends women find one or two trends that speak to them and pair those with classic pieces. For example, this season it’s simple to pair a fitted T-shirt dress with tights and a necklace for an easy and feminine look. Every season has these looks; the trick is to find them. Chernikoff of Bonnie’s Goubaud advises women to ease the pressure of moving from one part of their day to the next by planning ahead. For example, pick a bottom that can carry you through a morning of carpool and errands to a luncheon meeting or dinner. Start with a sweatshirt on top, but put a cute and chic shirt underneath. Pack together a change

Go from day to night in a T-shirt dress, like this from the Clara Sunwoo collection, simply by changing accessories. Available at Bonnie’s Goubaud.

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Bold, funky belts, like these above from Bonnie’s Goubaud, are a quick way to jazz up everyday, casual outfits. And don’t forget to take the time to feel beautiful by adding at least a small touch of makeup and spritz of perfume.

of shoes and perhaps a different belt and jewelry; stow it in your car or at home, and you’ll move easily from one task to the next. Dress from the top down, Chernikoff adds. Shirts are a great place to add a little bit of ruffle or sparkle. You have to wear a shirt anyway, so make it something that will make you look and feel feminine. Last but not least, take a quick minute to look in a fulllength mirror. You may see a quick adjustment you need to make, but more importantly, knowing you look good when you walk out the door is the key to feeling confident all day long.

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director Heather Price recommends rubbing cold whole milk on your closed eyes. The vitamin D and lactic acid will reduce puffiness and under-eye circles while moisturizing the skin. • Take the time to soak in the bath with scented salts or oils. While you’re in there, why not treat yourself to a quick scrub with a pumice stone or loofah to brighten up dull skin on your feet, knees and elbows. Just because the world won’t see it doesn’t mean it won’t make you feel great.L


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Come home for the Holidays & celebrate at PROGRESSIVE FIELD The Terrace Club is the perfect location for your corporate or private holiday party. The Terrace Club offers gourmet catering and a unique atmosphere full of holiday cheer! Special discounts available for corporate partners, Terrace Club members, Suite holders, Season Ticket and Club Seat holders.

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Casual weekend wear by Robert Comstock is a “walk in the park” when layered for a rugged, authentic look. Available at Kilgore Trout.

Plaids paired with tweeds offer playful sophistication this season, from the Northern Soul Collection by Eton. Available at Gentleman’s Quarters.

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Rock and roll resurges with the Frye Boot Company’s re-issue of classic O-Ring boots. Available at Kilgore Trout.


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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Fyodor Atelier Couture for bridal gowns, mother of the bride and special occasion dressing.

Melange Featuring unique twists on contemporary American cuisine. Join us Thursday and Friday nights throughout the fall, weather perHo Wah Restaurant mitting, on the patio for live Featuring our “Daily” Chef’s Menu entertainment. Every Thursday Specials. Dine-in and carry-out night there’s a $5 martini list available. Open 7 days a week. 4pm to close. Brunch offered every Saturday and Sunday 9amLes Lunettes Optique 4pm. Bring your family’s best Wow – Solid gold Cartier Dia- friend as a special treat to monds, Buffalo Horn, and Cherry- “Pooches on the Patio” during wood frames. New Tag Heuer Sunday brunch hours. designer frame. Why wait … October 14 – Jackson Rohm and Treat yourself to the best! Ketel One Party. Visit our website at www.dine Pottery Barn Kids melange.com for further details Story Time Tuesdays 11-11:30am about weekly entertainment and other special events. Purdy’s Design Studio Let “the Kitchen Guru” create the Park View Federal kitchen of your dreams! Custom Stop into our La Pláce office to designed with your needs in mind. learn more about the benefits of banking with Park View Federal, Larry I. Madorsky & Associates your local community bank for 90 Co., L.P.A. years! Lobby hours are MondayFREE initial consultation for Thursday 9am to 4:30pm, Friday divorce, child custody, child sup- 9am to 5:30pm, and Saturday port, living trusts and wills. Call 9am to 1pm. 216-292-4666 to schedule your appointment.

Sushi Rock Sushi Rock presents Happy Hour Specials … $4 Maki Rolls and Martinis weekdays 5-7pm with the exception of Downtown on Wednesdays and Beachwood on Thursdays. Thursday Tsunami Nights … 1/2 price sushi 5pm to close! Gerald M. Waxman, DDS Smile … your beautiful teeth are an asset, and we can help secure their continued good health. Call 216-831-8461 to schedule an appointment. White Flower Cake Shoppe Visit our shop or website (www.whiteflowercake.com) for a list of upcoming class schedules. Learn to decorate the “White Flower” way with Lauren or Marianne. Stop in to try cupcake of the month flavors. Williams Sonoma Check out our Bridal Registry … Learn more about the latest in culinary trends, cookware, cutlery, glassware and more. Call us at 216-839-1780 and sign up for one of our Techniques Classes.

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Peggy Garr, Howard Hanna 216-831-7342 Orange — $385,000 Great home to entertain, have house guests! 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 1st floor bedroom/office & full bath makes a great guest suite or home office. Family room with flat screen TV (negotiable), loft & wet bar! 4 large bedrooms up. Master has dressing room & master bath & deck overlooking yard.

Lisa Moran Ltd. carries a wonderful selection of beautiful clothing for any occasion. 216-464-8000. www.lisamoranltd.com. Adina & Company Europa International Alberts Adina & Company Joss Salon & Spa Evolution Yoga Amy’s AlbertsShoes Kilgore Trout and Boutique Studios Anthropologie Anthropologie Fidelity Lisa Moran Ltd.Investments Audrey’s Sweet Fleming’s Prime Audrey’s Sweet Threads Matina’s Threads Bridal Steakhouse and Wine Baci Barnes & Noble Bar Fish Market Mitchell’s Barnes Noble Get-A-Lift Studio Berger &&Silver Mulholland & Sachs Berger Jewelers& Silver Gino’s Hair Designs New Image Jewelers Howard Hanna Bonnie’s Goubaud Bonnie’s Goubaud Photography Joss Bravo! Cucina Cucina Italiana Bravo! Italiana Nicky Nicole Kilgore Trout Brooks CharterBrothers One Bank PacificLisa EastMoran Ltd. Charter One Bank Design Within Reach lululemon athletica Paladar Details Accessory Details Accessory Matina’s Gallery Penzeys Spices Bridal Gallery Fish Market Dick Kleinman Fine SmithMitchell’s & Hawken ArtDick Gallery Mulholland & Sachs Kleinman Fine Art

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Statements Stone Oven Bakery & Cafè Sur La Table Taza: A Lebanese Grill The Powder Room Makeup Oasis & Boutique Thomas R. Riley Galleries Trader Joe’s Coming Soon: Amy’s Shoes

New Image Photography Nicky Nicole Orvis Pacific East Paladar Latin Kitchen and Rum Bar Patra Fine Stationery Floral Couture Penzeys Spices Stone Oven Bakery & Cafè Sur La Table Taza: A Lebanese Grill The B Spot The North Face The Powder Room Makeup Oasis & Boutique Thomas R. Riley Galleries New Home of Toys R Us Express TraderJoe’s

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Alberts features the finest down activewear from Europe this winter season. 216831-8801 or www.albertfurs.com.

Adam Kaufman, Howard Hanna 216-831-7370 Pepper Pike — $949,000 Outstanding custom built contemporary with fabulous floor plan and design, wide open flowing floor plan with walls of windows, incredible built-ins, 1st floor master suite with gorgeous bath and extensive built-ins, banquet size dining room, 2 family rooms on 1st floor, dramatic great room, 4 bedrooms on 2nd floor plus huge bonus room, lower level with additional play room and spectacular wine cellar! Heated garage and whole-house generator. Circular drive, gorgeous grounds with in-ground pool and beautiful landscaping, one of a kind!

Mitchell’s Fish Market 216-765-3474 www.mitchellsfishmarket.com Flown in daily from waters around the world, the seafood at Mitchell’s Fish Market is simply the freshest around. Choose from more than 80 unique and savory dishes, from the more traditional to our internationally-infused creations.


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FA S H I O N

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a special outfit this fall but don’t want to spend a fortune?

National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), Cleveland Section offers the solution with its 42nd annual Designer Dress Day Sale, scheduled for Oct. 15-19. The annual sale features new or gently worn designer and topquality name-brand clothing at bargain-basement prices. All proceeds from the sale support NCJW’s many community service projects and advocacy work in the Cleveland area. Ths year’s Designer Dress Day sale includes a special purse selection. Unique designer purses from designers Mary Frances, Timmy Woods and Nancy Gonzalez will be highlighted. Frances, whose handbags have been carried by celebrities from Oprah Winfrey to Jennifer Aniston, puts it best: “Life is too short to dress boring!”L

NCJW members, from left, Emily Philips, Laurel Kest and Joyce Young select colorful and chic purses, like Mary Frances designs, top and left, for this year’s sale.

WHAT: NCJW’s Designer Dress Days sale WHERE: The Mandel JCC’s Stonehill Auditorium WHEN: Special preview day Fri., Oct. 15, from 10-4; admission fee. General sale Sun., Oct. 17-Tues., Oct. 19, 10-8 daily; free admission. INFO: 216-378-2204

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Clutch: evening handbag with no handles carried clasped in one hand or under the arm; holds only essential compact items. Convertible bag: purse with a handle or straps that can be tucked or folded inside, turning it into a clutch. Envelope a flat, square or rectangular clutch with a triangleshaped top flap that folds over like an envelope. Hobo: a soft, large bag that has a zip top and shoulder straps; holds many items and can be casual or work-appropriate. Safari: a soft leather bag with a curved shape, top zipper, two top straps or handles, and two outside pockets with flaps and buckle closures. Satchel: luggage-inspired bag with a wide, flat bottom, zippered or clasped top and two handles or straps; made in various sizes. Tote: shopping bag-inspired, sturdy, rectangular bag with an open top and two strap handles; the inside may have multiple zip compartments.


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REVEALING A NEW YOU

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BEYOND THE FACELIFT SURGICAL AND NON-SURGICAL OPTIONS

DR.STEVENGOLDMAN

Steven Goldman, M.D., FACS, FAAFPRS medical director Beachwood Plastic Surgery & Medical Spa 216-514-8899 www.drgoldman.com

In the past, a patient who came to a plastic surgeon seeking to erase signs of aging in the face had one basic option: the facelift. Today, a formative spectrum of surgical and non-surgical procedures allows each patient to develop a treatment plan that is tailored to his or her specific goals and needs.

before botox & restylane

before lower eyelid lift

after botox & restylane

after lower eyelid lift

On one end of this spectrum are the non-surgical enhancements, like skin care and the injectables. Medical-grade skin care products, such as Obagi, allow treatment of the texture of the skin, which historically was ignored with traditional facelifts. Skin treatments can minimize wrinkles, sun damage and age spots, smoothing and tightening the skin. Almost any patient concerned about signs of facial aging can benefit from skin care, with minimal financial expense and no real downtime. Like skin care, injectables require minimal downtime and are relatively inexpensive. When used skillfully in appropriately selected patients, they are very effective. This has lead to their incredible popularity. There are two basic types of injectables: botulinum toxin and fillers. Botox and Dysport are the two FDA-approved botulinum products; they are injected into muscles that make wrinkles in order to relax them. Fillers include Restylane, Radiesse, Juvederm and others; these can be used to diminish wrinkles. When injected directly into a wrinkle, the filler will plump it, partially erasing it. Fillers can also be used to sculpt and reshape the face, as in non-surgical rhinoplasty (nasal reshaping). Injectables are so effective, they are generally used instead of surgery in patients with early signs of facial aging and are used in conjunction with surgery to treat more advanced aging. Laser treatments can be used to remove unwanted hair, spider veins, pigmentation or wrinkles. The CO2 lasers are the most effective lasers used to erase wrinkles but historically have required general anesthesia and require prolonged healing time. Today, fractionated CO2 lasers use a special pattern of tiny dots on the skin to allow faster healing time. The ExelO2 is the newest fractionated CO2 laser. It is used in an office setting with just topical numbing medicine, no shots. Downtime is 3-4 days, so even patients with mild aging are candidates.

before neck lift

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Surgery remains the most effective way to treat significant facial aging. It is often combined with non-surgical treatment like lasers and fillers, but contemporary surgical techniques also emphasize a spectrum of options. Some patients need only treatment of the eyelids and forehead. Some patients only need treatment of their lower face and neck. By tailoring the techniques to the patient’s needs and goals, benefit can be maximized and downtime minimized. Full facelifts produce the most dramatic results and are still the gold standard for patients who have significant aging. Today, patients deserve a thorough evaluation with an experienced, caring, and board certified plastic surgeon to determine what options are best for them.

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QUESTION AND ANSWER

DR.PAULMIKHLI

Paul Mikhli, DDS Beachwood Dental 3690 Orange Pl., Suite 540 Beachwood, Ohio 44122 216-831-5661 www.BeachwoodDental.com

QUESTION Is teeth whitening safe? ANSWER When applied properly, whitening is very safe. The main concern is tooth or gum sensitivity. This is common with improper use. However, if directions are followed, discomfort is rare. Whitening does not weaken teeth as commonly believed. Be very wary of whitening kiosks in malls. These are not dental care providers who can explain the risks and benefits. QUESTION What are whitening options? ANSWER There are three main whitening options. Drug store kits offer good value. Downsides are lower concentration and generic application. The latter may lead to uneven whitening and increased sensitivity. The dental office options are custom take-home trays or in-office whitening. Custom trays are used for 14 consecutive days at home; they isolate the whitening gel to the teeth with minimal contact to the gum tissue.

The in-office option is a two-hour appointment that will whiten your teeth as you relax in the dental chair. This is great for people who need their teeth whiter on a short timetable or for those who don’t want the hassle of wearing trays for two weeks. QUESTION Can anyone whiten his or her teeth? ANSWER If you have bonding, crowns or veneers on your teeth, they will not change color and can end up looking darker than your brightened natural teeth. If you plan on needing some dental work on your front teeth, whiten first and then have the restorations match your whitened teeth. QUESTION How long will it last? ANSWER Depending on how much staining foods you eat (or if you smoke), it will last 3-6 months and sometimes longer. However, all options can be easily touched up at minimal expense and can provide a permanent solution for a brilliant smile.

NEED A GUARANTEED INVESTMENT? YOURSELF AND YOUR SMILE Your smile is your most valuable personal and professional asset. Dr. Paul Mikhli will help you to be proud of your smile with whomever you meet. Call today for your free consultation. 216-831-5661

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LASER REJUVENATION PEARL AND PEARL FRACTIONAL OPTIONS

DR.GREGORYM.FEDELE

Gregory M. Fedele, M.D., FACS Center for Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Signature Square 1 25201 Chagrin Blvd., Suite 180 Beachwood, Ohio 44122 216-464-1616 www.drfedele.com

before pearl laser treatment

Having a tan complexion has often been associated with a healthy appearance. Today we know that excessive exposure to ultraviolet light can have detrimental effects on our skin. Sun exposure over a period of time can cause accelerated damage, leading to areas of increased pigmentation, fine lines or wrinkling. Aging can also adversely affect the appearance of skin by degeneration of collagen and elastic fibers, leading to fine lines and wrinkles. At the Center for Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery, we can rejuvenate your skin using state-of-the-art technology with our new Pearl laser. As the first in Northeast Ohio to offer this new technology, we are expanding office-based treatments to include a Pearl facial rejuvenation laser to renew skin’s surface with quick, visible results and minimal downtime. The Pearl laser procedure combines the impact of resurfacing lasers with the gentleness and safety of non-invasive procedures to treat aging and sun-damaged skin. Pearl treats fine lines on the face and neck, uneven skin texture, and light and dark spots caused by sun damage with fewer treatments and less overall recovery than other technologies. It provides a healthy, pearl-like glow. The Pearl laser replaces the entire top sun-damaged layer of skin with new healthy skin. Simultaneously, it sends heat to deeper layers of the skin, stim-

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ulating new collagen growth, filling out and decreasing fine lines and wrinkles. New collagen growth continues for 4-6 weeks post-treatment. The combination of new skin and decreased wrinkles results in a healthier, more youthful appearance. Unlike “fractional” treatments, Pearl treats the entire face, minimizing the number of required treatments. Typically, only 1-2 treatments are necessary to renew your skin. There is also the Pearl Fractional laser, a new voluminizing fractional laser perfected for photoaging in just one treatment. Pearl Fractional offers the best combination of patient experience and recovery time. Patients will see improvements to photo damage, tone and texture, as well as a noticeably smoother, brighter complexion. Fractional therapy describes a treatment that affects only a fraction or small percentage of the skin. With Pearl Fractional, laser pulses selectively remove columns of damaged skin, leaving surrounding skin intact. The treatment shortens healing time and stimulates the body’s own natural process for creating new collagen, plumping the skin from below, and reversing photoaging and other imperfections. Pearl Fractional laser treats deeper dermal imperfections, acne scarring, wrinkles and facial lines in one treatment. Pearl and Pearl Fractional laser treatments can be performed simultaneously to maximize your results with a single scheduled downtime.


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Experience

Introducing the and Pearl Fractional Laser! Renew your skin’s surface and minimize wrinkles, uneven texture, and discoloration with an in-office minimally invasive procedure with minimal down time! Dr. Fedele is the first to have this new Laser Resurfacing Technology in Northeast Ohio. Call today to learn more about this effective treatment for restoring your skin’s natural glow! Signature Square I 25201 Chagrin Boulevard t Suite 180, Beachwood, Ohio

Phone: 216-464-1616 Visit our website at www.drfedele.com with recently expanded before & after photo section.


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BODY CONTOURING HYPE VS. RELIABLE METHODS

DR.MARKA.FOGLIETTI

Mark A. Foglietti, D.O., FACOS director Cosmetic Surgery Institute 22901 Millcreek Blvd., Suite 145 Beachwood, Ohio 44122 216-292-6800 www.allnewyou.com

These days, patients who see me for consultations about body contouring often ask me what method of liposuction I use. Similar to the ads run by the prescription drug companies pushing up-to-the-minute drugs, new forms of liposuction are used as hot PR tools for many plastic surgery practices. The result is patients with many questions about which technique is the “best.” I think it’s great that people stay up-to-date on the many available procedures, but it’s important to separate the marketing hype from the tested and reliable practices.

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There are a number of liposuction techniques currently in use. One is tumescent liposuction, which was introduced 15 years ago to rave reviews. It took some time before the tumescent liposuction system was widely accepted and used, but it has proven to be the standard by which other liposuction techniques are judged. The main benefits of the tumescent procedure are a significant reduction in bruising and recovery time and that it can be performed under a local anesthetic, if preferred. The next innovations in body contouring were the “ultrasonic” and “powerassisted” techniques. These proved to be of some benefit to the surgeon by making the task of performing the operation a bit easier but really provided little, if any, benefit to the patient.

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The latest method to be introduced is laser-assisted liposuction. When you add the word “laser,” it implies advanced technology, which makes for great PR. Unfortunately, the scientific data to support its use are not there. At a recent cosmetic surgery symposium I attended in Miami, Fla., not a shred of evidence as to the efficacy of the laser liposuction machines was presented, despite multiple requests by the panel of experts. Considering the risk of skin burns associated with laser use and the lack of definitive science supporting it, I’ve chosen not to use this method at this time. Wanting to stay ahead of the curve on innovations, I have tried all of the aforementioned methods of body contouring. For now, I find that tumescent liposuction remains the standard for excellent outcomes with minimal risk, compared with the newer techniques. I base my surgical methods on science and results, not on the PR advantage it provides. As with any surgical procedure, the outcome is only as good as the surgeon performing it. When looking for a surgeon, choose wisely, based on experience and skill.

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The Natural ® (Vector) Facelift

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he Natural (Vector) Facelift® is a method of tightening the face in a manner that gives the most natural and relaxed appearance after surgery. This facelift technique tightens the facial tissue under the skin in multiple directions or vectors. The tissue is then returned to its original more youthful position. The skin is then gently positioned over the naturally arranged tissue layer, resulting in a smooth and supple appearance, not the severe, tightened look often seen in facelift surgery. The Natural (Vector)

Facelift® is time efficient, taking only a few hours. The tissue is handled with extreme care which minimizes bruising considerably and facilitates prompt healing. The average recovery period is 10-14 days; this allows the sutures to be removed and any negligible swelling or bruising to diminish. Our patients can return to work in 14 days, safely and with confidence. For the most part, only minimal discomfort is ever reported after this procedure because it is done in such a precise and gentle manner. Surgery is performed in a state-of-the-art outpatient Surgery center with specialized nursing staff and post operative care. The Natural Vector Facelift® is exclusive to The Cosmetic Surgery Institute.

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QUESTION AND ANSWER

DR.SONJASTILLER

Sonja Stiller, M.D. 2000 Auburn Dr., Suite 130 Beachwood, Ohio 44122 800-660-VEIN www.veinclinics.com

QUESTION I have varicose veins. What should I look for when choosing a physician? ANSWER Varicose vein disease can be very complex, and each patient is unique. Therefore, it’s important to find a physician experienced in treating a wide spectrum of vein disease, from small spider veins to large ropey varicose veins to leg ulcers. In making your choice, consider the following: • The right doctor: Many health providers offer vein treatments – but not all are equally qualified. Patients should seek a phlebologist, or one who is uniquely trained to manage venous disorders. At Vein Clinics of America, physicians meet rigorous standards of training and education. They must complete a four-month preceptorship, followed by a year of intense mentoring. They are also required to become certified by the American Board of Phlebology.

• Insurance coverage: Patients should ask whether their provider’s coverage is accepted. Vein Clinics of America is in network with most major insurance plans and will work with you to maximize your benefits. • The best diagnostics: It is essential to find a specialist who utilizes ultrasound during diagnosis and treatment, since vein disease is not always visible on the skin’s surface. • Comprehensive treatment offerings: Patients should choose a physician who treats a wide spectrum of venous disorders. Particularly important is finding a specialist who is skilled in both sclerotherapy and endovenous laser treatment, a combined approach that ensures the physician can treat both spider and varicose veins. Start with a consultation to discuss your options with an experienced physician.

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QUESTION AND ANSWER

DR.DAVIDPARKERRICKSON

David Parker Rickson, M.D. William S. Mirando, M.D., LLC 6096 Mayfield Road Mayfield Heights, Ohio 44124 440-442-3376

QUESTION What is the definition of obesity? ANSWER Traditionally, obesity was defined as more than 20% over ideal body weight, which takes into account age, height, sex and build. The National Institutes of Health define obesity as a BMI (Body Mass Index) of 30 and above. BMI is a person’s weight in kilograms divided by height in meters squared. It correlates strongly but not completely in adults with total body fat percentage. QUESTION Why is it especially important for a woman of childbearing age to be conscious of her weight? ANSWER This is a very important and little-known aspect of the problem of obesity. A woman is less likely to be able to successfully conceive if obese. Obesity also leads to proven increased risks during pregnancy,

including miscarriage, stillbirth, infant death, maternal death, gestational diabetes and infection. If obese, a woman is 600% more likely to be hospitalized during pregnancy and 40% more likely to bear an infant with a major birth defect. High blood pressure in pregnancy is very dangerous to the mother. It can cause death of the fetus or strokes in utero, also called cerebral palsy. Rate of high blood pressure during pregnancy is increased in obese mothers by 1,000%. “Obesity among women of childbearing age is at a crisis level,” says Dr. Jennifer L. Howse, president of the March of Dimes. “We are concerned because it means more women are overweight or obese when they become pregnant, and this can have serious consequences for both mother and baby.”

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Slate-floored foyer displays artwork in the spacious Aurora home. Below, outdoor pavilion welcomes guests to front door.

They had no need for a formal dining room – “That’s not us,” Mary says – but they frequently entertain large crowds at concerts, discussion groups and art shows they host at their home. Most importantly, the empty nesters wanted the house to “be part of outside” with lots of trees and greenery, says Mary. The couple, who previously lived in a condo across the lake from their current home, moved into their new residence in September 2002. Morris’s 10,000-square-foot design plus additional meeting and guest space over the garage fulfills all the Lerners’ wishes and more. Despite its expansive size, the taupe-sided home with wood-shake roof nestles into a tree-studded rise of land. Flower-filled perennial gardens and shrubbery step up to a broad covered entry; a manicured lawn sweeps down to the lake; and an intimate freestanding pavilion with greenery and blooms welcomes visitors. Upon entering the front door and passing through the slate-tiled foyer, guests see a large framed poster advertising the musical “Anything Goes.” “They walk in, saying, ‘Wow, this huge house,’ and the first thing they see is that silly poster,” says Mary, laughing. “That sets the mood. They see we don’t take ourselves too seriously.” To bring the outdoors inside, Morris designed the house so its occupants are never far from a wide expanse of glass. In the high-ceilinged rooms, walls of windows provide continual views of flora and fauna.

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Instead of a separate formal space for dining, Walden developer Manny Barenholtz suggested using a long, wide corridor that would also provide access to other areas of the house. For the last eight years, a traditional round wood table, which could be opened up to seat 14, sat on an Oriental rug in the white-oak floored, glass-walled dining corridor. This summer, the Lerners replaced the heavy table with a racetrackshaped glass one etched with a motif of branches. The eight-foot-long table sits beneath an alabaster-colored glass-and-metal light fixture, one of about 20 similar pendants in the home. All were designed by John Koncar, who is responsible for the

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Open kitchen allows views of the outdoors and easy access to surrounding family room, which features two-sided granite fireplace and antique carved Chinese transoms (top right) above doorways. On opposite page, Mary and Bernie Lerner. home’s still-evolving décor.

walls of the Lerner home, but Mary insists she and her husband

rary sofas and chairs in a neutral monochromatic palette sit on

“don’t consider ourselves collectors. Most of the pieces are not

textured taupe carpeting. A grand piano also commands atten-

that valuable, but we love them.” Often, there’s a story she

tion, setting up an intimate venue for concerts. The Lerners can

shares about the acquisition of the artwork.

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describes his poolroom. The game table fills most of the space. One wall holds his rifle and pistol collection; adjacent is “Bernie’s wall of women,” as Mary describes it, an assortment of photos and paintings depicting female subjects. One photo shows Mary and Bernie in Africa, in a hot air balloon, traveling over Masai tribal grounds. Nearby is a spear and club used by their Masai guide. When the home was under construction, interior designer Koncar made several changes, including adding lowered soffits to partially divide the large media and family rooms. He also purchased two ¢ CLEVELAND JEWISH NEWS

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The Lerners host concerts in their dramatic media room. Open dining corridor is visible at top left. Below, infinite reflections dazzle in mirrored powder room.

antique Chinese wood transoms, hand-carved with trees, branches and birds; these timeless transoms, over 100 years old, fit perfectly over the entries into the family room and into the study beyond. The galley kitchen is part of the family room. There are almost no upper cabinets, so while cooking or eating at the breakfast counter, the Lerners can enjoy outdoor vistas glimpsed through the glassy corridor behind the kitchen. Earth-toned granite counters, taupe laminate lower cabinets, oak floors and stainless steel appliances complement the open space. All the glassware and dishes are stashed in drawers beneath the kitchen counters. A large walk-in pantry nearby also stores bulky serving pieces. The Lerners’ favorite spot to sit and watch the birds, read the newspaper, and enjoy meals is at a round glass table with four upholstered dining chairs. One of Morris’s signature architectural elements, two large sheets of glass meeting at the corner, allows unimpeded views of the lake and breathtaking grounds. Aristotle Enterprises Inc. designed the exterior landscape, which is maintained by T.C. Hurt Landscaping Inc. Off the kitchen is a striking powder room, with mirrored walls and ceilings creating infinite reflections. Beyond the main living areas, a book-lined study with a wood ceiling houses scrapbooks of photos from the couple’s travels. On the other side of the dining corridor is Mary’s private retreat, a cozy room with a wood ceiling and glass walls on three sides. During the day, the room looks out on perennial gardens. 44

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Serene silver and sage master bedroom features two-sided fireplace and whirlpool tub. Below, floor-to-ceiling windows meet at one corner, the architect’s signature detail. At night Mary likes to pull the curtains, light candles, and read.

luxurious linens blends with the lustrous walls and draperies.

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serene. The master bedroom, surrounded on two sides by glass

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and outdoor greenery, is simple and elegant. A bed draped in

for superfluous dressers, as the walk-in closets provide ample shelves and drawers. His and her baths, with frosted glass counters floating over taupe cantilevered vanities, open to the shared shower. “He can have his mess,” says Mary. “I can keep my bathroom clean. It works.” The lap pool, adjacent spa and exercise room, framed by glass, also take advantage of the home’s glorious surroundings. Near the bedroom, the laundry room features a wall of 16 portraits of Mary painted by street artists in various cities across the globe. Bernie also takes a photo of each artist painting Mary. The couple came to realize that each quick likeness reflected the ethnicity of the area they were visiting. In Peru, Mary has darker skin tones. In Oslo, she looks dreadfully solemn. In Paris, she’s got a sophisticated, literary air. Upstairs, built over the garage, are two enormous multi-purpose spaces, complete with mini-kitchenette, a painting studio for Bernie, a guest bedroom and two bathrooms that share a shower. The Lerners have held art shows there, hands-on art workshops and classes. The house is very large but with a well-designed traffic pattern; Mary insists that aside from the upstairs multi-purpose space, she and Bernie live in every room. The home they love is not only eminently livable; it’s the perfect backdrop for this couple’s unflagging interest in their community and the world around them.L

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