Plastic Surgery in Pennsylvania with Top Plastic Surgeons
Contact top qualified plastic surgeons in Pennsylvania for plastic surgery procedures like breast augmentation using saline and silicone breast implants. Information on credentials, background, specialty, education, experience and more.
Ted S. Eisenberg, DO, FACOS2375 Woodward Street, Evergreen Towers, Suite 102,Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19115
Robert M. Kimmel, MD, FACS, PCKeystone Cosmetic Surgery Center575 East Norwegian StreetPottsville, Pennsylvania, 17901
Dr. Robert Kimmel1201 North Church Street, Suite 103Hazle Township, Pennsylvania, 18202
Richard M. Levin, MD1608 Lititz PikeLancaster, Pennsylvania, 17601
Craig Mezrow, MD, MS, FACS225 E. City Avenue Suite 14Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, 19004
Brian K. Reedy, MDBerks Plastic Surgery50 Commerce DriveWyomissing, Pennsylvania, 19610
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Why Come to Pennsylvania?
Pennsylvania may be most famous as the birthplace of American liberty. In 1776, the founding fathers met in Philadelphia to draft and sign the Declaration of Independence, announcing the colonies intention to seek their freedom from Great Britain.
The Battlefield at Gettysburg is a different kind of memorial to freedom, commemorating the pivotal battle in a Civil War that once threatened to tear our nation apart. If you visit there, prepare to shed a tear.
There are dozens of other reasons to visit Pennsylvania as well. Nature lovers will relish the Keystone States 116 state parks and 20 state forests. The intellectually curious have more than 1,000 museums to choose among, including the Franklin Institute Science Museum in Philadelphia, the National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg and the Railroad Museum in Strasburg. Pennsylvania is home to a burgeoning wine industry where you can sample the local vintages and take home your favorite at any of the 64 wineries across the state. Pennsylvania is also a winter wonderland with numerous skating facilities and frozen ponds as well as 33 ski resorts.
Among Pennsylvanias most interesting tourism experiences is a trip to the Pennsylvania Dutch country where the Amish live. Visiting the Amish country is almost like traveling backwards in time for the Amish eschew modern conveniences and comforts in favor of a simpler lifestyle. The roads in Lancaster county sport horse-drawn buggies while roadsides are crowded with stands of windmills and produce stands offering fresh farm fruits and vegetables.