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Acne

  • Most common skin condition in the US 

  • Blockage in hair follicles cause whiteheads or blackheads

  • Affecting more than the skin, acne may impact one's emotional health

  • Treatment is very successful against current acne and potential scarring

  • Treatment usually involves topical creams such as a retinoid, benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid and/or antibiotics

  • In women hormonal therapy may be appropriate and in severe cases Isotretinoin is commonly used

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Acne Scars

  • Sometimes as a result of acne cysts and nodules, scars form due to damaged collagen

  • While prevention is the best treatment, we offer non-surgical minimally invasive procedures that can restore your skin to a smoother, softer texture

  • Our treatments may include chemical peels and/or laser fractional procedures with our Inmode Morpheus8 technology 

 

Cysts

  • Cysts come in a huge variety of color, form, texture and tissue type

  • They are often painless, harmless and do not require treatment

  • When treatment is preferred or required, surgical excision or cryotherapy produces excellent results  

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Eczema
/Atopic Dermatitis

  • Patches of red, dry and/or itchy skin usually appearing first in childhood before 5 years of age

  • Dry scaly patches commonly develop in the creases of the knees and elbows

  • For some, flares reoccur throughout adulthood

  • Eczema is not contagious, but may become infected with scratching and irritation

  • Treatment varies for each case, but usually consists of a skin care regimen, topical medications and at times antibiotics or immunomodulatory agents.

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Hair Loss

  • Excessive hair loss may be due to heredity, autoimmune disease, stress and/or illness

  • Hair loss affects both men and women and may be emotionally distressing

  • After diagnosis, treatment may involve a combination of topical medications, scalp injections and other cosmetic procedures

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Moles

  • Moles are usually harmless, but sometimes skin cancer develops in or near a mole

  • Moles are round or oval, one color throughout (color varies), flat or raised and are unchanging

  • It is important to check your moles regularly for changes in symmetry, border, color and size

  • Suspicious moles are removed and examined for signs of cancer

  • Proper sun protection is the best prevention to prevent changing moles and skin cancer

 
 

Psoriasis

  • Raised pink plaques with silvery scales occurring anywhere on the skin and nails are common features in psoriasis

  • May be mentally and emotionally distressing

  • Psoriasis is caused by a combination of genetics and environmental triggers and is not contagious

  • Diagnosis is important to individually tailor treatment

  • Psoriasis may be stubborn and require a variety of treatments such as topical and oral medications, laser/light therapy and at times IV biologics

Acute psoriasis on the knees ,body ,elbows is an autoimmune incurable dermatological skin

Rosacea

  • Redness on the nose and cheeks with acne-like breakouts with thin veins are signs of rosacea

  • Usually occurs between 30 and 50 years of age in fair skinned individuals with a history of severe acne

  • Treatment involves medications to control outbreaks and may include procedures such as our Inmode Lumecca laser

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Skin Cancer

  • Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the US

  • Skin cancer can occur in all skin types, but a history of sunburns, tanning bed use, weak immune system and family history of skin cancer increases individual risk

  • Skin cancer commonly appears as dome-shaped growth, rough red patches, a sore that does not heal or changing mole patterns 

  • Early and proper diagnosis is crucial to cure the cancer and prevent its spread, which can be fatal

  • Sun protection remains the best protection from skin cancer

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Sun Spots and Pigmentation

  • Over time frequent unprotected sun exposure can lead to uneven darkening and patchiness of the skin

  • Differentiation between age spots and cancers is critical before skin pigment restoration procedures 

  • After consultation various treatments are available including topical medications, chemical peels and procedures such as our Inmode Lumecca laser

 
 

Sun Damage and Aging

Skin Cancer

  • As we age our skin gets thinner, drier and less elastic

  • Wrinkles often form in the areas of the skin with the most sun exposure such as the face, arms and hands

  • Sun protection remains the best form of prevention, but treatment can reduce wrinkles and loose skin

  • Creams and peels can help, but for more lasting treatment, deep restoration is available with our Inmode Morpheus8 laser

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Warts

  • Caused by the human papilloma virus, warts may be rough or smooth, dark or skin colored depending on where it is growing on the body.

  • Treatment varies depending on the case and may include various topical medications, freezing or surgical extraction

  • In children warts may resolve on their own over time without treatment

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