Stacey Tull, MD
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Fellow, American Academy of Dermatology (FAAD)
$95. Consult fee applied to procedure if scheduled at check-out
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: BS in Molecular Biology, University of Texas
Graduate: MPH, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Medical: MD, Duke University
Post-Medical School TrainingResidencies:
General Surgery, Washington University
Plastic Surgery, Washington University
Dermatology, Washington University
American College of Moh's Surgery
Treatments offered at Skin Surgery Center of Missouri
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1 Week After Botox to Forehead and Frown Lines my Brows Have Started to Droop, Is this Likely to Get Worse?
This is likely due to over treatment of the forehead lines. The good news is that you may still get some brow elevation to offset this at about 2... READ MORE
In my experience, fractionated resurfacing works the best for the atrophic (rolling) acne scars and 95% TCA applied with the sharp tip of a toothpick... READ MORE
Since a standard treatment course of Accutane is 5 months, he is right in the middle of his treatment. Response rates to the medication vary greatly... READ MORE
This is absolutely normal and a sign that you are doing what you need to be doing to heal your skin (i.e. keeping it moist, maybe even greasy).... READ MORE
The best course of action is to wait at least 1 week for swelling to subside. Then determine if you need to fill the other side or use hyaluronidase... READ MORE
Tanning puts you at much higher risk for melanoma so it is a bad idea from a medical standpoint. From a practical standpoint, getting a chemical peel... READ MORE
If you are still able to frown and see an increase of the "11's" above your baseline, it may be that you need to have your dose tweaked.... READ MORE
Why not consider a chemical peel? This is a perfect way to remove or fade age spots (depending on the depth of the peel which in turns determines your... READ MORE
I Had a 35% Salicylic and 30% Glycolic Peel, 3 of my Dark Spots Bled and I Can See How I Lost a Layer of my Skin, Normal?
Chemical peels are essentially chemical burns and depending on the type of peel and sometimes, the length of time that you leave it on for it will... READ MORE
The photos look more suggestive of photodamage rather than distinct vascular lesions. Photodamage tends to have both a vascular and pigment component.... READ MORE
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