Posts Tagged ‘ dermatologist ’

KYBELLA™ (deoxycholic acid)

KYBELLA® (deoxycholic acid) is the first and only FDA approved injectable medication that contours and improves the appearance of excess fat below the chin (submental fat). Aging,  genetics, and weight gain can cause submental fullness that is often resistant to improvement even with diet and exercise. If you’re bothered by submental fullness, you’re not alone. […]



Rest & Renew Facial

The ultimate in relaxation, pamper yourself with the Rest & Renew Facial with Lymphatic Massage. During your Rest & Renew Facial, our Estheticians will also incorporate a light massage technique to gently stimulate the normal flow of lymphatic fluid resulting in reduced fluid retention in the face and improved circulation. Sessions are approximately 90 minutes. […]


Acne Information

By: Caridad B. Lopez, MCMSc, PA-C Acne is one of the most common skin conditions we treat. This is not surprising, because it is the most common skin condition in the US. Acne not only affects teens, but can occur at any age. Patients commonly ask me why they’re breaking out in their 30s, 40s, […]



Treating Unwanted Brown Spots

Generally, brown spots tend to appear on areas that are more frequently exposed to the sun. Typically the face, back, neck, chest, shoulders, and hands are most likely to develop brown spots over time. While sun exposure is the most common cause of brown spots, aging and genetics are also factors. When your skin is exposed to the sun, it produces an increase […]





Before and After IPL/ResurFX

    What to expect: Before IPL/ResurFX Treatment   Immediately after the first IPL/ResurFX treatment, you can expect swelling and redness.   Three days after the IPL/ResurFX treatment, some minor swelling is still noted and the melanin fragments have come to the surface of the skin, some may have sloughed off.   By day five, most […]


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