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People all over the world use Botox to get rid of fine lines and wrinkles that age the face. Your dermatologist can inject you with Botox to relax the muscles in the face and smooth out your complexion. Keep reading to learn more about how Botox works and how long it lasts:
Once Botox is injected, it stops the facial muscles from moving as much as they normally do, which hinders the development of new wrinkles. Just one visit to the dermatologist can give you younger-looking skin for four to six months. When you notice the reappearance of fine lines and wrinkles, you can get another Botox treatment to continue your results.
The dermatological team at Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery can help you get the results you want for your skin. Our skin care doctors are some of the best in the country and help you reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles with treatments like Botox. Visit our website or call (866) 608-9531 to learn more about our services.
Last updated 3 days ago
Do you have stubborn pockets of fat that will not go away even with rigorous diet and exercise? If you are not too keen on the idea of an invasive treatment option like liposuction, CoolSculpting could be a good alternative for you. Keep reading to learn more about the procedure and what it can do for you:
It Is a Non-Invasive Way to Get Rid of Fat
Unlike other procedures, CoolSculpting is a non-invasive way to decrease fat layers and improve a person’s silhouette. Using patented technology, this method actually cools fat cells until they disappear so a patient is left with smoother, tighter skin.
It Is Convenient
Since this is a non-invasive procedure, people who opt for CoolSculpting do not usually need much downtime after they receive the treatment. In fact, most people can return to their normal activities the same day of the treatment. The procedure only lasts about one to two hours, so you do not have to interrupt your entire day to get it. Since it is safe and does not cause much discomfort, patients can even do another activity like read or answer emails while getting this cosmetic procedure.
It Offers Real Results
CoolSculpting is quickly becoming one of the most popular procedures performed at the cosmetic dermatology center because it offers real results. Patients typically see a 20 percent loss of fat in the areas in which they received the treatment. Most people start to see changes in their shape as early as three weeks after the procedure and notice huge improvements a couple of months later.
If you are interested in CoolSculpting for your trouble areas, schedule an appointment with Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery to talk to a dermatologist about the procedure. With more than 50 locations in Florida, we make it easy to get the treatments you need to look and feel your best. Call (866) 608-9531 to learn more or to schedule an appointment for your consultation.
Last updated 8 days ago
Exfoliation is an important element of a home skin care routine and can encourage more beautiful, young-looking skin. The eyes are usually the first part of the face to show signs of aging because the epidermis and the dermis are thinner in these areas. This means that it is very important to exfoliate around the eyes.
Regular exfoliation can make your skin brighter, clearer, and smoother. It can also help decrease the appearance of fine lines. Check out this video to learn more about how to exfoliate around your eyes.
If you want to learn how to improve the look and feel of your skin, Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery can help. Our dermatologists will target your trouble areas and teach you how to get a better complexion. Call (866) 608-9531 to learn more.
Last updated 9 days ago
Psoriasis is a common skin condition caused by an autoimmune disorder. Millions of Americans suffer from this condition that causes silvery scales to develop on various areas of the body. Keep reading to learn the truth behind some of the most common psoriasis myths so you know when it is time to visit a dermatologist:
Myth: This Skin Condition Is Contagious
Since psoriasis outbreaks look a little bit like rashes, a lot of people believe that it is a contagious condition. Psoriasis is actually an autoimmune disease, however, which means it cannot be passed on to other people.
Myth: People with Psoriasis Do Not Bathe Often
Since psoriasis causes scaly, itchy patches on the skin, people often assume that someone who has the condition does not practice good hygiene. The immune system is completely responsible for psoriasis outbreaks, however, and the outbreaks have nothing to do with hygiene.
Myth: There Is No Treatment for Psoriasis
Millions of people suffer from this skin condition and many of them believe there is no way to treat it. While dermatologists have not yet found a viable way to cure psoriasis, they do have certain methods of treating it. Topical creams or ointments tend to work for some patients, while others find relief from their symptoms with options like pills or injections. A dermatologist can even use UV light therapy to try to decrease symptoms.
Myth: Psoriasis Is a Cosmetic Skin Condition
Since it is caused by problems in the immune system, psoriasis is actually considered a chronic disease. The scales and flakes are unattractive and might even cause pain and discomfort. Psoriasis can be itchy and might even encourage certain kinds of arthritis.
If you think you might have psoriasis or another skin condition, you should schedule an appointment with a skin care doctor at Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery. Our dermatologists will work with you to find the best treatment options for your symptoms. To learn more about our services or to schedule an appointment, visit us online or call (866) 608-9531.
Last updated 9 days ago
“Why doesn’t the doctor listen to me? No one is taking notes of what I think matters!”
Have you ever felt this way? Whether you are being seen at the office or are enrolled in a clinical trial, the information being recorded about how you are doing doesn’t always appear relevant to you. The doctor may tell you that the assessments he/she has completed show that you are doing well but you feel differently. For example, if you have psoriasis, and you are told that because the redness, thickness and scaling of your plaques are reduced by over 80% that you have an excellent response to the treatment. You look at yourself; there is still psoriasis on your face, hands, and upper chest. Moreover, everywhere you go people react negatively to seeing the psoriasis. Thus, you know that the treatment has failed. But no one will listen.
Times are changing. There is an international movement afoot to revamp all these assessments based on what the patients believe means success or failure of the treatment. In addition, the patients are determining what acceptable side effects are. Ameriderm Research, the research division of ADCS, is integrally involved in this global effort, specifically as it relates to psoriasis, lupus, and basal cell carcinoma nevus syndrome (a genetic disorder). Throughout the world, psoriasis patient representatives are being recruited to participate directly in this process by responding to surveys and attending meetings. For more information contact Dr Solomon at email@example.com .