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The science behind heating and cooling

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

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ThermiTight™ and ThermiSmooth™

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

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Is Coolsculpting® For You?

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

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Food and Your Skin

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

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Why Mohs Surgery Works

A newly published study confirms what I’ve known for years. Mohs Micrographic Surgery is the most accurate method to remove skin cancers.  In a recent study,  nearly 500 skin cancer lesions that were removed with Mohs surgery were reviewed by … Continue reading

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Improving Stretch Marks

  Featured Videos Stretch marks are an outward sign of changes within your skin.  Men and women can get them, but they are most notable during pregnancy.  Stretch marks do not have any affect on your health and well-being.  We … Continue reading

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Update on New FDA Sunscreen Regulations

The new FDA sunscreen labeling regulations have been delayed, and will not begin until December 17, 2012.  Originally slated to start last month, (June 2012) the FDA decided to give sunscreen manufacturers additional time to comply. According to the FDA, … Continue reading

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