Cosmetic Dermatology

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Botox

The use of Botulinum Toxin (Botulinum Toxin type A) is currently the most common cosmetic procedure performed in the United States. Using a tiny micro-needle, a very small amount of Botox is injected, very precisely, into several locations on the face.

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Facial Fillers

Cosmetic filling agents are used for the temporary correction of soft-tissue contour abnormalities or to provide cosmetic enhancement. It is a popular non-surgical approach to soften deep wrinkles of the face, plump areas of lipoatrophy, fill in scars, or enhance certain facial features.

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Chemical Peels

Chemical peels involve the use of high and low concentrations of various acids to attack fine wrinkles, sun damaged skin, blotchy pigment spots, rough skin and even some types of acne.

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Dermabrasion

Dermabrasion is a surgical procedure that involves the controlled abrasion (wearing away) of the upper layers of the skin with sandpaper or other mechanical means. Prior to dermabrasion, the area of concern is injected with local anesthetic to prevent pain during the procedure.

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Blepharoplasty

As you age, your eyelids stretch, and the muscles supporting them weaken. As a result, excess fat may gather above and below your eyelids, causing sagging eyebrows, drooping upper lids and bags under your eyes. Blepharoplasty is surgery to repair droopy eyelids by removing excess skin, muscle and fat.

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Skin Tag Removal

Skin Tags are benign growths ranging in color from light tan to dark brown. They are commonly found on the axillae, neck, or near the eyelids. Skin tags often appear as if they are hanging from a thin stalk.

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Oil Gland Removal

Sebaceous Hyperplasia is the enlargement of the oil glands, most commonly found on the forehead and cheeks. It is common in persons with chronic sun exposure over the age of 40 years. Sebaceous Hyperplasia typically present as small cream-colored or yellowish papules with a small central depression. Sometimes the oil glands can clump together, resembling a bunch of grapes.
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