Treating Atopic Dermatitis

Treating Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic Dermatitis is a common type of eczema experienced by 20-30% of people at some point during their lives.  Often it is first noticed during the first few years of life and may appear as red patches on the face, in an infant, on the inside of the arms and backs of the knees in older children, or as hand dermatitis in an adult.

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Choosing the Anti-Aging Treatment that is Right for You

Choosing the Anti-Aging Treatment that is Right for You

It’s a good idea to know what you would like to get out of your treatment. A clear and open conversation with your doctor is important. We want to make sure you get all the information you need to make the decision that is right for you. So consider whether the following are important to you:

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Top Tips for Relieving Dry Skin

Top Tips for Relieving Dry Skin

Simple changes can soothe dry skin. Following the same skin care routine year round may not work so well when the humidity drops. Without a change in your skin care, dry air can make fine lines and wrinkles more noticeable. Dry skin can itch, flake, crack, and even bleed. To help heal dry skin and prevent its return, dermatologists recommend the following...

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The Heartbreak of Psoriasis

The Heartbreak of Psoriasis

The common skin condition Psoriasis (often referred to as the “Heartbreak of Psoriasis”) is more than just a skin disease. Psoriasis was once believed to be a disease limited to the skin that had red and scaly plaques present anywhere on the skin, hair, or nails...

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How Does Sculptra Aesthetic Work?

How Does Sculptra Aesthetic Work?

Sculptra Aesthetic gradually replaces lost collagen

Collagen is a key structural component that keeps skin youthful looking and smooth. As you age, your body’s collagen production decreases, and you may begin to see wrinkles.

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Is Sculptra Aesthetic Safe?

Is Sculptra Aesthetic Safe?

Sculptra® Aesthetic (injectable poly-L-lactic acid) is made from a synthetic material called poly-L-lactic acid, which is gradually and naturally absorbed by the body as it works to replace lost collagen. Poly-L-lactic acid has been used safely for decades in dissolvable stitches and as a facial injectable since 1999 in over 30 countries.

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