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By Posted in Cosmetic Dermatology

EXCESSIVE HAIR GROWTH IS COMMON Excessive hair growth is one of the most common problems many of us face. Given the advances in technology, it is now possible to have permanent hair reduction with laser hair removal. No longer should

Summer to Fall Skin Care

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Helpful Summer to Fall Skin Care Transition Guide As the seasons change, you need to make a summer to fall skin care transition. There are two big changes to make in your skin care in the fall. The first is

Autumn is HERE!

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AUTUMN IS VEIN SEASON Summer is over, autumn is approaching. Time to pull out sweaters, jackets and long pants. So what better time to to fix those veins that have been bugging you! Let’s just call autumn “Vein Season”. There


By Posted in Cosmetic Dermatology

Radiesse® is a facial injection dermal filler that provides long-lasting wrinkle removal results without plastic surgery. It helps restore the collagen that made your face supple and wrinkle-free in years past. This facial filler turns the body’s process back to

Acne & Nutrition

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How Acne & Nutrition Are Linked In the early 1800s and 1900s, most doctors used diet regulation as a form of acne control. Acne patients were warned against eating chocolate and greasy foods. In the late 1900s, the relationship between

Your Skin In Your 50’s

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What You Should Know About Skin in Your 50s Now more than ever, your skin-care routine needs to be thrown into high gear and a top priority to minimize the changes that come along at this point of life, particularly

Taking Care of Your Laugh Lines

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Fix and Fill in Laugh Lines As we age, lines begin to develop at the corners of the nose and extend down toward the mouth and beyond, often giving the appearance that we are much older than we really are.

Aging Hands

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A Quick Fix for Aging Hands Bulging veins and thin loose skin on the hands mean one thing: old age. And while women in their 40s, 50s and beyond do lots of work to keep their faces looking young, by

Summer Is Coming To An End…….

By Posted in Dermatology, Medical Dermatology

Skin Cancer: Timed To Get Checked Now That Summer Is Coming To An End. What are the different Types of Skin Cancer? Here are the three types of skin cancer: squamous cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Each type

Your Skin In Your 40s

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What You Should Know About Your Skin In Your 40s Now that your skin has settled from the transitional phase of aging to the early physical effects of aging, changes to the tone and texture of your skin, which are

Combat Dry Skin

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Dealing With Dry Skin Dry Skin Dry skin is rough and often itchy and flaky, which can be not only unsightly but also uncomfortable. Severe cases of dry skin may result in skin appearing scaly, cracking or even bleeding. Dry

Giving Your Skin A Healthy Glow

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Microdermabrasion (Also known as microderm) Microdermabrasion is a noninvasive, skin resurfacing procedure that gently exfoliates or polishes away the top layer of dead skin cells, while stimulating collagen growth, to reveal healthy new skin that looks and feels smoother. Fine