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5 out of 5 stars Accutane
There is a video of me 4 months post accutane. It worked like a charm. I got extremely red and pale and hated being on it but within a few months of being off you start to return to your normal self. Invest in anything and everything to 1) Keep you moisturized and 2) Protect your skin from the sun. DO NOT take these things lightly and everything should be okay.
5 out of 5 stars Sculptra
60 years old and needing to fill where face lost fat. This is my 3rd year and 5 time having Dr. Goodlerner inject Sculptra. The results are very subtle and but effective in obtaining the result. Dr. Goodlerner's technique is excellent. No bruising from this procedure. My appointment was at 9 am, and by 11 am I was back at work looking just great. I get Sculptra every 6 months to 1 year...
5 out of 5 stars Radiesse
I've had Radiesse injections with Dr. Goodlerner several times with excellent results. I had my cheeks and nasal labial folds done and it looks great. Dr. Goodlerner not only is an artist with fillers, she has a very gentle hand and I swear, it is not painful. I would highly recommend her services.
5 out of 5 stars Fraxel Repair
I'm having a series of 5 Fraxel Laser treatments for acne scarring due to cystic acne. The treatment itself is a bit painful, but definitely tolerable! Since my scarring is pretty deep on my cheeks, the improvement has been slow but steady. Especially after the 4th treatment, the scarring has really softened and my overall skin tone is much more even. I had the subcision 2 weeks before the 4th...
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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate:
BA, University of Pennsylvania, 1974
Emory University School of Medicine, 1978
Post-Medical School TrainingResidency:
Dermatology, University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA
Internal Medicine, University of Michigan Affiliate Hospitals
Ann Arbor, MI
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If your goal is the even out the color of your skin by lighening up brown spots or melasma (pigmentation due to birth control pills or pregnancy), you... READ MORE
The first step in treatment is diagnosis. It is important for you to have an ultrasound of the veins looking for a leaky valve in the larger veins of... READ MORE
It is not impossible to remove the tattoo but it would take multiple sessions: 10 or more The Picosure laser has been successful in treating tattoos... READ MORE
Your face looks totally smooth and wrinkle free.You do not have marionette lines. In the photo your mouth is slightly downturned which can give the... READ MORE
3 mths into Accutane my jawline broke out & still hasn't healed and my chest & back are not seeing much result. Advice? (photo)
There are several possible reasons for the acne flare. You should be consulting with your doctor. The dosage you are on is appropriate for your... READ MORE
I agree with your dermatologist that Retin A ( tretinoin) is probably the most effective topical antiaging product on the market, if it is tolerated... READ MORE
In my experience both Fraxel Erbium and Fractional CO2 lasers both improve acne scars. The degree of benefit varies but should be 50-75% softening of... READ MORE
The Alexandrite hair removal laser (Gentlelase by Candela is one brand) is safe for patients of Asian or Hispanic background-skin that tans and rarely... READ MORE
Subcision will improve deep acne scars that may not have completely responded to the Fraxel laser treatment. It is safe to do after a series of Fraxel... READ MORE
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Scars, acne marks, and sun damage can all find relief with laser treatments. Learn more about Fraxel and CO2 lasers from Dr. Susan Goodlerner. WATCH VIDEO
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