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5 out of 5 stars Kybella
I waited 2 months before posting to observe real results. My chin absolutely improved after receiving 2 ccs in January. In fact, I got 2 more ccs yesterday. The injections are quick. My Dr numbed the area and finished the shots in 5 minutes. Watching the videos online scared me, but the actual procedure was easy. The swelling is uncomfortable, but I didn't bruise. Use ice & arnica. For the...
5 out of 5 stars Juvederm
Natural results and improvements without surgery. I have a very petite face and less is more with me. I'm thin, and don't like my face to get too thin, but I also don't want a round, no contours look. And I don't want a high-maintenance routine where I'm visiting a dermatologist every 4 months. Many products can make you look worse, or very "done", and it takes a doctor who is a combo of...
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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: Pharmacy, University of Pittsburgh, PA
Medical: MD, University of Miami School of Medicine
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: University of Colorado in Denver, CO
Residency: Dermatology, University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital, FL
Fellowship: Dermatopathology, Roger Williams Medical Center, Providence, RI
Treatments offered at Dermatology Boutique
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Does a doctor have to be board certified to practice medicine? No.But as a patient, you want someone who stays up-to-date with the latest developments, medicines and treatments in her specialty. For any physician, board certification means your doctor has gone above and beyond the many years of education by passing the exams given by her specialty’s governing body.In the case of dermatology, board certification is granted the American Board of Dermatology after the requirements,...
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In my practice many acne patients are taking tetracycline or similar antibiotics while being treated with microdermabrasion. Microdermabrasion is... READ MORE
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Good question Whether it is melasma or postinflammatory pigmentary change the treatment is the same. Tazorac and glycolic acid are certainly... READ MORE
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For your own safety, never buy a filler on your own. You can’t be sure what is in it and it could cause disastrous results. That’s exactly why a rep... READ MORE
The best way to find out what you have is to see a doctor for a diagnosis because sometimes flushing (extreme blushing) can be a symptom of more... READ MORE
Brown spots are more common on the faces of people over 40 which is why they are referred to as “age spots,” however they are induced by sun exp... READ MORE
There are a number of effective at home products. This is one of my favorites. As with any over the counter product in this category, there is a... READ MORE
In my practice, I evaluate a patients need by their concerns as well as what I see clinically. For redness and brown spots, I typically suggest... READ MORE
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