Acne is one of the most common skin conditions in the United States, affecting up to 50 million people every year. Approximately eighty percent of women are not happy with their physical appearance, and spend around 55 minutes a day working on their image. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with that. We all want to look our best every day. Elias Dermatology offers cosmetic dermatology to help you do just that.
About Your Safety
It is better to be safe than sorry. When it comes to cosmetic procedures, one of the most important aspects to consider is the safety of such procedures. Misdiagnosis and failure to prevent possible damages to the skin have become more common. Due to this, it is vital to ensure that the dermatology clinic offering the relevant service is credible, experienced, and has a high success rate.
Any pre-procedures such as blood tests and profile building should be conducted before any treatment. Once finished, make sure that you are also receiving genuine information and clear instructions to prevent possible issues.
It is important to ensure that contracts you are signing are clear, understandable and genuine, as you may need to address such matters in the future. These are just a few steps that you should follow in efforts to warrant success and to ensure complete satisfaction.
Among the 14.2 million cosmetic services performed in 2015, 6.7 million procedures were associated with Botox. Now more than ever, there is a rise in the number of injections performed, as women want to look their best. Wrinkles and creases in the face are usually caused by the weakening of the soft tissue, and can be resolved by using injections such as Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin.
Injections can typically be completed on the same day as the original consultation. The injection site will be cleansed and does not require anesthesia. The needles are short, thin, and cause minimal pain. Discomfort, some swelling, and minimal redness will likely occur as a result of these injections. Injections do not require hours to perform, or need long recovery periods, which is a great convenience for those who want quick results.
You may want to consider injectables if you wish to remove developing lines and wrinkles around your face. It is a big part of cosmetic dermatology Although injections may vary in terms of dosage and frequency, they all work to change the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Lasers have become a critical part of treating various skin disorders and providing cosmetic modifications to the skin. Lasers help reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles, flawed skin, and even blemishes. Two types of lasers can be used for treatment: Carbon dioxide (CO2), and erbium. Each laser has a role in removing damaged skin cells, and eliminating thin layers of the skin through heat beams.
Ideal candidates for laser treatments have resilient, non-oily skin, that is not inclined to scarring after small injury. It is best to have lasers applied to individuals with no medical background such as those taking prescription medications or have any existing health states that may induce unnecessary risk during and after the procedure.
Body contouring, or alterations to the body work to remove or reduce excess skin or fat, as well as reduce the appearance of cellulite. Obesity has now become an epidemic, affecting approximately 35 percent of Americans. Body contouring can help moderate this by using mechanisms such as Kybella, and Cellfina. Both of these methods work to target different areas of the body for different goals. For example, Cellfina uses fibrous bands to attach skin to connective tissues for cellulite reduction, and Kybella uses cholanic acid to reduce fat under the chin.
Depending on the areas of the body you would like to change, various techniques are available for such alterations. Great candidates for body contouring include any adult women that are unhappy with their body image such as having cellulite, dealing with excess body fat, or simply having extra skin under their chin.
Elias Dermatology is here to provide you with all the services you need, including facelifts, injectables, body modifications, and laser treatments. For your convenience, we are located in Fort Lauderdale, and Pembroke Pines.
Schedule your consultation now, and prepare for instant results! We can help you with cosmetic dermatology today.