Dr. Leonard Tachmes is going all 954 on us.
Don’t freak just yet. The plastic surgeon to the stars is retaining his Miami Beach office, but he is branching out to the Westfield Broward Mall next month.
Tachmes’ 1,600-square-foot mini medspa will feature four rooms for such treatments as facials, body sculpting, injectables and laser hair removal.
“What sets us apart is we’ll have quality, affordable services under the supervision of a board-certified plastic surgeon with very little wait time,” said Tachmes, who is also in the midst of launching a signature skincare line called Propair RX.
The jet-setting doc will be busy, with an office in N.Y.C., three screenplays under his belt and plans to open another medspa at Dadeland Mall, and possibly more beyond that.
“It’s exciting,” Tachmes said. “I’ve been thinking about doing this for a while, something different.”
He’s up for the challenge; the only foreseeable blip concerns traffic.
“I’ve managed to avoid driving too much,” said Tachmes, who has a pad close to his Meridian Avenue practice. “Now I’ll be right in the middle of it. You get one accident and you’re stuck.”
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