The treatment for acne scars can depend on the nature of the problem and the patients’ expectations. Some patients may be fine with slight fading of the scars while others may want to completely eliminate the unsightly depressions on their skin. The patients’ skin types may also be a contributing factor for selecting the right treatment for acne scars.Read More
Melasma, also known as the mask of pregnancy, is an area of hyperpigmentation usually found in the face. The condition tends to affect primarily women aged 20 to 30 years old and is commonly found in women with darker skin types. While melasma is considered a cosmetic condition, many patients with melasma experience considerable stress and embarrassment related to the condition, which is exacerbated by the lack of effective and lasting treatments.Read More
Botox is used medically not only for those who suffer from a disorder causing crossed-eyes, it is also used to help reduce migraine headache frequency, Hyperhidrosis, which causes excessive sweating, and it is also used to decrease incontinence in those with spinal cord injuries or MS who suffer from an overactive bladder due to neurological damage.Read More
Recently you might have read about actresses in Hollywood speaking out against the use of Botox. Those speaking out may be avid users of resurfacing lasers or other injectable fillers and cosmetic procedures but have been quoted specifically targeting Botox for criticism.Read More
Botox is a medication that is injected into the facial muscles to prevent wrinkles from forming—such as crow’s feet.
Fillers are substances that are injected in certain facial areas to add volume. For example, adding volume to lips is a common use.Read More
Everything you ever wanted to know about Botox and Dysport, right here in one place. Read on to find out exactly how to prepare for your wrinkle treatment, what to do after your procedure is finished, and much, much more.Read More
Put simply, cellulite is just an overgrowth of fat that happens because of two natural phenomena: the production of fat signalled by the hormone estrogen, and the weakening of our connective tissues (collagen) in the skin as we age.Read More
These special memories do not have to be overshadowed by not-so-clear skin. We have a few basic tips to help you prepare your skin to be at its top shape at the Quince,wedding party, or big event.Read More
There are a lot of myths going around about Botox, and sometimes it can be hard to know what’s the truth and what’s fiction.Read More
Laser hair removal isn’t as complicated as you might think! We’ve gathered up answers to just about any laser hair removal question you could think of, including information for care both before and after your treatment.Read More
As the human face ages, it experiences an increased severity of wrinkles, loss of skin laxity, and re-positioning of fat. The synergistic effect of these factors are the root concern of many patients.
Elective surgical interventions, like the facelift, give patients immediate, significant, and long lasting outcomes—but come at a cost.Read More
According to recent data, more than 40% of sexually active female adults in the US experience female sexual dysfunction at some point in their lives.
Female Sexual Dysfunction can manifest itself to female patients by a decrease in sexual desire, arousal, lubrication, and orgasmic response. The causes of the dysfunction can be very complex therefore, treatment outcomes can be difficult to predict.Read More
Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT) is also known as microneedling. This treatment involves pricking the skin multiple times using a specialty device that induces the regeneration of the collagen lattice.Read More
The aging face has common changes that it experience as the patient matures. From the 30s to 50s, bone and collagen are lost and fat is typically redistributed to other areas. These changes results in different contours, proportion, and symmetry when compared to younger facial structure.Read More
Hyaluronic acid dermal fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm are a fast and effective way to smooth and tone the skin of your face. But there’s a lot of confusion about dermal fillers, from the way they’re used to potential side effects and everything in between.Read More
Hair removal and maintenance can be annoying and perhaps even painful. For this reason, many men and women turn to laser hair removal to eliminate unwanted body hair permanently.
In addition to removing hair, the process offers precision and speed. Lasers remove the hair without damaging the skin. If you have ever wondered how laser hair removal works, this guide will you help you understand what to expect.Read More
Read on to prepare for your procedure, find out what to do after your treatment, and answer all of your microneedling questions. Let’s get started!Read More
From pre-care to post-care and just about anything else you can think of, let’s get right to it and find out what makes laser spider vein treatment so amazing.
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Pre-Instructions for Juvederm
Patients must disclose if they have had any previous filler treatments.
To help avoid bruising, patients are recommended to discontinue use of blood thinning medication. Patients must consult their primary care physician prior to discontinuing use of any medication.
Prior to treatment, your healthcare provider will remove makeup from injections site.
Pre-Instructions for M22 Photofacial/IPL Laser Skin Treatments
Patients must discontinue the use of retinol or bleaching creams for at least 2 weeks.
Avoid any sunburns or excessive sun exposure two weeks prior to your treatment.
Patients must communicate to healthcare providers if they have received any ablative or non ablative treatments on their skin within 4 weeks.
The M22 may cause permanent facial hair reduction. Therefore, patients must decide and communicate to their healthcare provider if they wish to keep their current facial hair. Patient that wish to keep their facial hair are recommended to come in with the facial hair they wish to keep.