Cosmetic dermatology is focused on you looking your best. No matter what the aesthetic concern is, there is a procedure to help minimize the problem, so you can look great. Your dermatologist can tell you more.

What You Need To Know About Cosmetic Dermatology

You deserve to be attractive, appear younger, and look your best, but nature and genetics don’t always provide the look you desire. That’s where cosmetic dermatology procedures come in. The goals of cosmetic dermatology procedures are to:

  • Make you look younger
  • Make you look more attractive
  • Rejuvenate and renew your skin
  • Diminish sun damage and age spots
  • Minimize the appearance of scars and discolorations

Let’s explore some of the most common cosmetic dermatology procedures:

Botox, which is an excellent option makes your skin appear smoother and younger. Botox works by temporarily “freezing” the muscles and nerves around the injection site.

Dermal fillers are the perfect choice to minimize the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and creases. Dermal fillers can also restore lost volume to your face and reduce the appearance of facial sagging.

Chemical peels are a great solution to enhance the texture and overall look of your skin. Chemical peels use gentle acids like hyaluronic acid, which is good for your skin, to remove the top layer of dead skin cells and reveal brighter, younger-looking skin.

Laser skin resurfacing treatments, use heat and light energy to improve skin texture and tone, creating more even-toned, smoother skin.

Laser therapy can fade away unsightly acne scarring or an unwanted tattoo. Laser therapy is also an excellent option to remove unwanted hair. It works by damaging the hair follicle so hair doesn’t grow back.

Cosmetic dermatology treatments aren’t just for the face. There are several body contouring options to:

  • Reduce fat deposits
  • Tone muscle
  • Return your beautiful curves

Want To Know More About Cosmetic Dermatology?

To find out more about cosmetic dermatology services and how they can help you, talk with our dermatologist today.

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