Fort Worth Dermatologist
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Fort Worth, Texas 76104 US
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5 out of 5 stars Kybella

57 Year Old African American Female

Excellent. Doctor Readinger approved the injection plan and then her technician actually administered the injections.

Fingers Crossed - Fort Worth, TX

Like most of you, this is something I battled for many years. My outfits consisted of a black shirt or a colored shirt with a jacket over. When asked by others why I had a jacket on, I'd simply reply "I'm always cold"... which was a lie of course. I always carried body spray and deodorant in my purse to cover up the smell. I came across miraDry while researching Botox. After lots of hours...

5 out of 5 stars miraDry

So Far So Good! - Fort Worth, TX

The doctor and technician were very professional, knowledgeable, and helpful.

*Your results may vary. Any specific claims or permanence length of results vary for each patient and are not guaranteed.

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology


American Academy of Dermatology (AAD)


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: MD, University of Texas Medical Branch
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: Transitional, St. Joseph Hospital
    Residency: Dermatology, University of Texas Medical Branch
    Fellowship: Dermatopathology, University of Texas, Houston

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Scar tissue from kybella? 3 treatments; first time I saw results, second & third possibly look worse after (Photos)

From your post I was not sure which photos were before and which were after. The ones in the white shirt look slightly fuller to me although the... READ MORE

Acne! Worse before better?

I agree that patience is key. Differin and other medications in that class (retinoids) can make you a little more inflamed before they make you better... READ MORE

What is the best method for me to get rid of the wrinkles under my eyes; Fillers or laser? (photos)

If your budget allows the best combination might be Ulthera plus a filler such as Belotero. Ulthera is a skin tightening device and would help with... READ MORE

Is it normal for it to feel hot and clammy one day after treatment?

Swelling and tenderness is normal and expected. Some warmth might be expected too due to inflammation from the treatment. It is probably normal what... READ MORE

Best treatment for mild acne?

There are several ways to treat acne that don't depend on hormonal intervention.Topical treatment is key no matter what you do. You should definitely... READ MORE

Can miraDry be used on the hands and feet as well? If no, is this something that is being considered?

At this time, MiraDry is not approved for use on hands and feet. It probably has to do with the fact that there are small nerves that would be... READ MORE

What is the Cost for miraDry Procedure and is It Covered by Insurance

MiraDry costs vary from practice to practice but an average price in my area is around $3000 for two treatments. Ask if the price quoted covers two... READ MORE

Does Miradry Help with Odor?

MiraDry can reduce both sweating and odor. It is possible that slightly higher energy may be required to reduce odor compared to moisture, and if odor... READ MORE

Juvederm in lips: blood vessel blocked. Is it the esthetician "fault"? A regular at clinic. Licensed esthetician.

Vascular injection can and does happen on rare occasion even with good injection technique. It does sound like she did the right thing using massage... READ MORE

What are the affects of miraDry and sweating in other places after the procedure?

What you describe, where increased sweating occurs in other parts of the body after sweat glands are destroyed in one area, is called compensatory... READ MORE

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