Advanced Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery

The largest dermatology practice in America, Advanced Dermatology provides complete clinical and cosmetic skin care. Immediate appointments available at one of our 150+ locations.

Winter Skin Care Tips

As any dermatologist will tell you, winter weather can be particularly harsh on skin due to cold, dry conditions. If you're looking for ways to help keep your skin looking and feeling good this season, then watch this video for some helpful winter skin care tips.

Because skin can be more prone to dryness when the weather is cold, it's important to exfoliate regularly. Also, using hydrating masks, applying hydrating oils, and running a humidifier can all help protect your skin against winter dryness. Finally, dermatologists advise their patients to wear sunscreen every day because you can get a sunburn even when it's cold or cloudy.

The dermatologists at Advanced Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery offer clinical and cosmetic dermatology services. If you're hunting for ways to improve your skin care routine, then give us a call today at (866) 400-3376 to learn about the products that we carry.

Considering the Benefits of Kybella


Kybella is made using a chemical that is naturally produced in the body called deoxycholic acid, a substance which helps absorb fats. Your dermatologist can inject Kybella beneath your skin and into the supplemental fat that makes up your double chin. Read on to learn about some of the benefits that you can enjoy through Kybella treatments.

Some areas of the body can be particularly difficult to slim down, despite maintaining a healthy diet and keeping up with regular exercise, and one of these is under the chin. For this reason, complaints about double chins are frequently heard by dermatologists. Luckily, Kybella offers individuals an excellent and effective way to reduce the appearance of their double chin, without the need for surgery.

Another great benefit experienced by patients is that many of them can see a visible difference in their appearance after only 2 to 4 treatments. During each appointment, patients are given several small injections beneath the chin, and patients may undergo up to 6 treatments at least 1 month apart. This benefit allows many patients to experience satisfying results in just a few months.

When your body burns fat, it doesn't destroy fat cells but, instead, shrinks them. This means that if you were to regain weight, then your body would move more fat into the cells, making them larger. Kybella, on the other hand, can be more effective than weight loss for getting rid of your double chin because it destroys the cells, allowing your body to process them and remove them from your system. Because the fat cells are destroyed, this means that patients should not expect to need additional treatments after achieving their desired aesthetic.

Advanced Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery has many locations specializing in both clinical and cosmetic dermatology. If you'd like to learn about or services or schedule an appointment with one of our dermatologists, then please give us a call at (866) 400-3376.

Are Your Hot Showers Harming Your Skin?

When people visit a dermatologist, they often want to know what they can do to improve the health of their skin. Many people are surprised when they learn that taking hot showers may not be doing their skin any favors.

Watch this video to learn why hot showers can be bad for your skin. Although taking a steaming hot shower can feel luxurious, the hot water can harm your skin and cause it to be irritated, dry, and itchy. Because hot showers can disrupt your skin's natural moisture balance, dermatologists advise that patients monitor the temperature of their shower water.

Want to know more about protecting your skin? If so, then contact Advanced Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery at (866) 400-3376 to schedule an appointment with one of our clinical dermatologists.

Getting Started with Your Cosmetic Dermatology Treatment

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Have you been thinking about visiting a dermatologist because you're dissatisfied with the appearance of your skin? If so, then you should know that getting started is a simple process. After making an appointment, you will meet with a medical professional for your consultation, during which your skin will be evaluated and your goals discussed. Then, a custom cosmetic dermatology plan will be developed based on your personal needs.

Visiting a cosmetic dermatologist gives people an excellent way to address problem areas on their skin and reduce or prevent signs of aging. You will find that there is a broad range of minimally invasive procedures that can have a significant impact on your appearance and that offer many cosmetic benefits.

Are you ready to talk to a cosmetic dermatologist about improving the look of your skin? If so, then give Advanced Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery a call today at (866) 400-3376 to schedule your consultation.

Questions to Ask Your Dermatologist About Rosacea

Rosacea is a common and long-lasting skin condition that typically affects the nose, cheeks, forehead, and chin. Are you scheduled to see a dermatologist about rosacea treatment? If so, then read on to learn some important questions that you should be asking your doctor.

What are the symptoms of rosacea?

Having knowledge of the symptoms of this condition can help you understand the disease and prepare for treatment. Rosacea symptoms usually start slowly and can initially be mistaken for sunburn. What begins as patchy redness and inflammation of the skin can progress to more lasting and obvious skin redness, as well as stinging or burning sensations for some individuals. Small red bumps that are solid or ones that are pus-filled can also develop, causing many people to mistake their symptoms for acne.

What is causing my rosacea?

Unfortunately, what causes rosacea is not known. However, some researchers believe that a genetic component may be involved. Also, this skin condition may be linked to certain eye disorders, other skin conditions, and migraines. Additionally, patients do report that triggers such as sunlight, heat, caffeine, alcohol, stress, spicy foods, and citric acid can cause flare-ups.

How is rosacea treated?

Avoiding your personal triggers will play a significant role in your rosacea treatment. To determine your triggers, begin to keep a symptom diary and use this to determine a pattern to your flare-ups. Making lifestyle changes that help you avoid your triggers can help prevent rosacea flares. Additionally, your dermatologist may prescribe antibiotic pills or a prescription gel or cream that is designed to ease the inflammation and swelling caused by your rosacea. Also, lasers and light treatments are used for some patients. Because there are different types of this skin condition, rosacea treatment plans can vary from patient to patient.

Are you looking for rosacea treatment? If so, then please call Advanced Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery today at (866) 400-3376 to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced and compassionate clinical dermatologists.

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