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New Advances in Reversing Facial Sun Damage and Wrinkled Skin By Adam J. Scheiner, M.D.

New Advances in Reversing Facial Sun Damage and Wrinkled Skin By Adam J. Scheiner, M.D.

June 27th at 5p.m

Teatro Santa Ana Reloj 50-A

Entrance is free

Did you seek a tan in your younger days only to be left with wrinkled and sun-damaged skin in your later years? Do you think you’re stuck with that damage?

Dr Adam Scheiner, a world-renowned expert in laser eyelid and facial plastic surgery, will be coming to San Miguel on June 27th to the Santa Ana Theater in La Biblioteca, where he will be discussing his proprietary RESET® treatment for sun-damaged skin, wrinkles and pre-cancerous skin lesions.

This treatment will be exceptionally welcome for anyone who has achieved a so-called “healthy” tan outside or used a tanning bed, only to later in life witness the evidence of damage in the form of brown spots, facial lines and wrinkles. What makes RESET® particularly intriguing for patients is Dr. Scheiner’s discovery that pre-cancers above and below the skin surface, and some active skin cancers, can be addressed by treating the entire face rather than focusing on individual spots. This improves both the health and the appearance of facial skin.

“Many people don’t realize how dramatically Ultraviolent (UV) rays negatively impact the collagen and elastic fibers in our skin, as well as damaging the DNA in our skin cells,” says Dr. Scheiner. “Once we start to notice its effects, it’s too late. Thankfully, RESET® for Sun Damage allows you to reset any cumulative sun damage to reveal younger, tighter, healthier skin.”

Dr. Scheiner has been a featured health expert on The Dr. Oz Show, The Doctors TV Show and The Howard Stern Show, as well as in The New York Post and The Boston Herald and on local and national affiliates of Fox, CBS, ABC and NBC.

Dr. Scheiner received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania and completed his internship at St. Barnabas Medical Center. He completed his Ophthalmology residency at the University of Pennsylvania’s Scheie Eye Institute. Dr. Scheiner then continued his studies in an Oculoplastic and Laser Facial Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship with Dr. Sterling Baker, the pioneer of laser eyelid surgery.

Dr. Scheiner will give a presentation on his work and various techniques of treating sun-damaged skin in the Santa Ana Theater in La Biblioteca on June 27th at 5p.m. There will be a Q&A after the presentation. Entrance is free. You can find out more about Dr. Scheiner and his work at http://www.adamscheinermd.com/about.

Flamenco Guitar and South American Harp

Concert

Flamenco Guitar and South American Harp

By Sergio Basurto

Mon and Thu, Jun 19 and 22, 7:30pm

Sala Quetzal

Reloj 50A, Centro

200 pesos

As a frequent visitor to San Miguel de Allende, I never miss the opportunity to attend the concert performed by Sergio Basurto at Sala Quetzal, in the Biblioteca Pública. No matter how many times I have listened to this amazing artist, I always find a new brio in his flamenco guitar and new thoughts about the places evoked by the music. This guitarist has the ability to transport our souls to a Tablao in Sevilla where his guitar allows us to visualize the rapid accelerando tapping of a Buleria, as well as to the peaceful Paraguayan waterfalls through the glissandos of his folkloric harp.

La Fille Mal Gardée

Opera Film

La Fille Mal Gardée

Mon, Jun 19, 4pm

Teatro Santa Ana

Reloj 50A, Centro

60 pesos
La Fille Mal Gardee (The Wayward Daughter) is one of the oldest ballets still regularly performed. It was originally conceived by Jean Dauberval, an important choreographer in the 18th century, and tells the story of Lison and Colin and their tricks to get Lison’s mother, the widow Ragotte, to accept their romance. The ballet, under a different title, premiered July 1789 in Bordeaux.

 

History of México

Documentary
History of México
Mon, Jun 19, 1pm
Teatro Santa Ana
Reloj 50A, Centro
60 pesos

A special thanks to Cleo Kamelhar for use of her husband Murray Kamelhar’s History of Mexico documentary.

Using the voices of four actors and 334 slides, the personalities, artists, and events from the Olmecs to the present time, the History of Mexico comes alive.

The heroic Mexican people triumphantly survived their victories and defeats against overwhelming odds, through tragedy and determination. The History of Mexico covers a period of more than three millennia. First populated more than 13,000 years ago, the territory had complex indigenous civilizations before being conquered by the Spanish in the 16th century. One important aspect of Mesoamerican civilizations was their development of a form of writing, proving that Mexico’s written history stretches back hundreds of years before the arrival of the Spaniards in 1519.