Accutane is an oral medication that contains a form of Vitamin A. The drug is helps reduce the amount oil released by oil glands and reduce severe acne.
A purified protein that relaxes the muscles surrounding the injected area, reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
Chemical peels include a wide variety of facial treatments that use blends of glycolic, lactic, salicylic, and TCA acid to rejuvenate the skin. Depending on the personalized blend, chemical peels can address acne, skin tone, texture, fine lines, wrinkles, pre-cancerous lesions, sun damage, and pigmentation. Peels also promote the growth of new skin with an improved appearance. The deeper the peel, the longer recovery period.
Mole excision and biopsy.
Brands exclusive to dermatologists that will take care of your fragile skin and reduce the need for constant prescription medication.
Dermal fillers are soft tissue fillers injected into the skin to help fill facial wrinkles. The fillers give skin an overall smoother, and “plump” appearance that many are looking for near their cheekbones, forehead, and lips. Often times the body will eventually absorb the fillers, which causes this treatment to be considered a temporary fix.
Hyaluronic fillers have been shown to help stimulate the body’s own natural production of collagen, which reduces the number of lines and wrinkles. Popular hyaluronic fillers include Juvederm and Restylane. Synthetic fillers fill in fine lines and offer a longer-lasting, perhaps permenant, fix. Popular brands include Radiesse and Sculptra.
A targeted, precise laser that reduces blemishes, moles, and other red or brown discolorations.
Epiluminescene Microscopy is a non-invasive technique that has disclosed a new dimension of the clinical morphologic features of pigmented skin lesions using different incident light magnification systems with an oil immersion technique. The procedure has demonstrated improved accuracy in diagnosing pigmented skin lesions.
A procedure in which an individual’s own body fat is used to plump sunken areas of the face or to add volume.
Fractional resurfacing lasers, also known as Fraxel, use safe, fractional laser technology to help restore your skin to its original, beautiful glow, improve tone and texture, erase unwanted brown spots, reduce fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, minimize the appearance of acne scars and surgical scars, and create overall smoother, younger-looking skin. The pinpoint laser treats only a fraction of the skin, resulting in little downtime and skin that typically heals quickly. Patients may experience swelling and redness afterwards.
A low-impact alternative to lasers that uses light to destroy melanin, hair follicles, or other skin elements.
Kybella is the first and only FDA-approved injectable that contours and improves the appearance of a double chin. The treatment plan for this filler is customized based on the patient’s aesthetic goals, but many patients experience visible results in 2-4 treatment sessions spaced at least one month apart.
A laser that uses brief pulses of high-energy light to destroy thin sections of skin. As the area heals, new healthy skin grows in place of the damaged skin that was removed.
Sclerotherapy is the treatment of veins by injecting them with substances that cause the cells lining the vein to stick together, causing the body to reabsorb the vein. It is a safe and successful procedure in many patients. Sclerotherapy improves the appearance of tiny veins and can treat larger veins that may cause pain and inflammation. Many lasers are being developed for the treatment of leg veins, however they have yet to be proven superior to Sclerotherapy. Dr. Weishar uses many lasers in her practice and will offer laser treatment of veins when it has proven advantageous over the current methods.
Ambulatory Sclerotherapy is a common and effective treatment for spider veins. The procedure is done by using a thin needle to inject a sclerosing solution into the veins. The solution then irritates the lining of the vessels, leading them to swell and stick together, causing the blood to clot. After a few weeks, the vessels turn to scar tissue and gradually disappear.
Foam Sclerotherapy is an advanced technique used to treat large and bulging varicose veins. By mixing a combination of a standard sclerosant with either air or carbon, the foam is created and injected into the veins to treat the affected area.
A laser with adjustable wavelength controls for removing various colors of pigmentation. In all cases tattoos are harder to get rid of than to put on. They require multiple treatments and the complexity depends on the size and colors of the tattoo.
Microdermabrasion is a non-chemical, non-invasive procedure used to give skin a healthier and rejuvenated appearance.
A minimally invasive treatment preformed to rejuvenate the skin.
A long-lasting filler made of calcium-based microspheres used to restore volume in the nasolabial folds, cheeks, and chin.
A hyaluronic-acid based filler that adds volume and fullness to correct areas with lines and wrinkles.
A biodegradable material that is injected into problem areas to encourage the natural production of collagen.
This non invasive medical microdermabrasion treatment uses real diamonds to refine skin with exact precision and deep exfoliation while applying a variety of customized topical enhancers that can address dark spots, acne, signs of aging, stretch marks, cellulite, and dry skin.
Treat yourself to a natural lift. Ultherapy skin tightening is the only non-invasive, FDA-approved treatment to actually lift skin. The skin tightening process uses ultrasound energy to lift and tighten the skin, naturally boosting collagen production to help lift the brows and smooth the fine lines around the lips, under the chin and on the neck.