Author Archives: Christine Brown, M.D.
If you have come upon my blog, no doubt you may be looking for information about cosmetic improvements. In recent years, we learned we can get good results using hot and cold methods. In general, heat is applied to melt … Continue reading
There is an exciting new development in the world of skin cancer research. Although more work needs to be done, it initially appears that Nicotinamide, a laboratory developed form of vitamin B3 may significantly prevent nonmelanoma forms of skin cancers. … Continue reading
Over the last ten years, the field of Medical Aesthetics has made great strides. As physicians, we continue to work with researchers to develop effective methods to help our patients look and feel younger, with limited downtime. Recently in my … Continue reading
In the field of cosmetic Dermatology, heat is proving to be an invaluable tool to remove stubborn fat, and tighten saggy skin. In my office, one of the newer tools we have acquired is a system from ThermiAesthetics™. It is … Continue reading
Editor note: This blog was first published in February 2013. We’ve now been using the Coolsculpting® fat removal system for over a year, and it is working well for us. We have included results information on the bottom of the … Continue reading
It’s no secret that good nutrition, meaning lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, along with plenty of fresh water can improve your skin complexion. What you may not realize though, is food can also play a vital role in protecting … Continue reading