Help Raise Funds for Local Boy’s Medical Needs




Dylan Pugh

Medical Aesthetics of New England, in Acton, is raising funds to help pay for medical expenses, a wheelchair and a walker for 8-year-old Dylan Pugh who has undergone 81 surgeries since birth. Through July 31, anyone donating $20 to the cause will receive a 20 percent discount on any service or product (some restrictions apply).

Practice Manager Jasmin Taliadouros says, “He is the sweetest boy you can imagine and with all that he has been through, he is always smiling. He loves life and has said, ‘If I grow up, I’d like to share my story with everyone.’”

Dr. Gert Walter, Stephanie Liatsis, RN, and their entire staff are dedicated to bringing the very best therapeutic and aesthetic services and products to their clients. They are at the forefront of groundbreaking technologies, using state-of-the-art equipment and medical-strength skin care products to restore the skin and retard aging and sun damage. Additional services offered include teeth whitening, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), laser hair removal, hair restoration, vein removal treatment and hormone pellet therapy.

Donations can be made directly at Medical Aesthetics, located at 274-2A Great Rd., Acton, and 1123 South St., Leominster/Fitchburg. For more information, call 978- 263-1406 or visit MedicalAestheticsNE.com.

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