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About Us

Waiting room at The Spa at Spring RidgeWelcome to The Spa at Spring Ridge. We are pleased to offer you the latest procedures and technology in looking good. We know not every makeover needs to be extreme, sometimes patients desire a gentle approach to looking their best. Our goal is to provide state of the art skin and body care for men and women in a luxurious spa setting. By combining traditional spa services with age defying medical spa treatments, we have the privileged opportunity to pamper and indulge you with luxury and attention while delivering beautifying medical aesthetics.

Our procedures are supervised by our Medical Director, Dr. Benjamin Schlechter, a board-certified plastic surgeon, and are administered by registered nurses, medical aestheticians, and spa therapists who specialize in the art and science of medical aesthetics. Each member of our staff has undergone extensive medical and spa training and certification.

Our goal for you is simple – we want to be your partner in helping you look at feel your best. If you desire tranquil spa service or a total cosmetic surgery transformation, our team of dedicated, caring professionals will guide you every step of the way.

Start your journey today!

Our Medical Director

Dr. Benjamin Schlechter Dr. Benjamin Schlechter, M.D., F.A.C.S., a board-certified plastic surgeon is the founder and Director of The Spa at Spring Ridge. With his 20 years of surgical experience, Dr. Schlechter bases his recommendations on his patients’ individual and medical needs. Performing all of his procedures in this private, state-of-the-art surgical facility in cooperation with a sensitive, skilled 12-person staff, ensuring that you are in the hands of professionals that you can trust.

We value our patients and believe that they are our number one priority. We shall always seek to meet the physical, emotional, and educational needs of our patients and their families.

“Every decision, treatment, and outcome is the result of sound planning and consideration.” ~ Benjamin Schlechter, MD, FACS