Johnson City Dermatologist
1009 N State of Franklin Rd
Johnson City, Tennessee 37604 US
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5 out of 5 stars CoolSculpting

Good Experience - Tennessee

I have a stomach pooch that just would not go away. I felt the coolsculpting helped it. Cons would be when the procedure is done it is a little painful but not bad.

3 out of 5 stars Fraxel Repair

Fraxel Re:Pair Procedure 3 Days Ago and Results

I am a 39 y/o female who had the Fraxel Re:Pair procedure 3 days ago, and while I would not recommend it for those with low pain tolerance (like myself!), it already appears the results are worth the intense pain. When I first arrived for my appointment, I was given one 10mg Valium and one Lortab. My nurse applied a numbing gel (with an infuser), which stayed on for just over an hour, then...

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Using Fraxel for Stretch Mark Removal

I have a patient who I did Re:pair treatment of severe post topical steroid induced striae in her axilla and groin. She has moderate improvement after... READ MORE

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