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Feb
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Alopecia Treatments

Alopecia refers to medically related hair loss. Alopecia, in most cases, does not pose significant health risks by itself (the exception being the increased risk of skin cancer on the scalp in patients who have lost their scalp hair an important blocker of damaging UV light), but many people seek treatment for their alopecia, because of the social stigma associated with irregular or premature hair loss.

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If you have noticed expression lines or wrinkles on your face, and you are unhappy with them, at Art of SKIN, we have safe and effective solutions for wrinkle reduction.

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There are a variety of different types of cysts that can develop on the skin. They can occur anywhere on the body but commonly occur on the scalp, face, neck, trunk (chest and back), axillae (underarms) and groin. They can occur on the extremities but they are less common. Cysts are noncancerous growths and have a sac-like structure that can be filled with fluid, pus, or other materials.

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As we age, and particularly if we enjoy a lot of outdoor activities, we may see the development of individual age spots or sunspots (medically known as solar lentigines), liver spots (a misnomer, as they are not related to the liver at all), and other signs of chronic sun damage on our skin.

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Patients with multiple moles, moles that are changing in any way, or with a family history of skin cancer of any kind should have their moles routinely examined by a dermatologist. Failure to have melanoma diagnosed in its early stages and treated accordingly can result in significant morbidity for the patient, and even death.

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Rejuvenation of the skin with laser and intense pulsed light (IPL) can effectively treat many or all of these imperfections all at once. Advanced photo-rejuvenation allows for noticeable improvement in the appearance of your skin with little or no discomfort or downtime.

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A scar is a mark left on the skin by the healing of injured or damaged tissue. Scars can be disfiguring, can cause unnecessary unhappiness, and contribute to low self-esteem and self-confidence. In some cases, they can be painful reminders, either psychologically or physiologically, of medical conditions, previous trauma or accidents.

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Rejuvenation of the skin with laser and intense pulsed light (IPL) can effectively treat many or all of these imperfections all at once. Advanced photo-rejuvenation allows for noticeable improvement in the appearance of your skin with little or no discomfort or downtime.

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Acne is a common and often chronic skin disorder that affects teenagers and adults, males and females alike. Unfortunately, acne is often underrecognized and undertreated in our society.

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If you have noticed expression lines or wrinkles on your face, and you are unhappy with them, at Art of SKIN Dermatology, Laser and Cosmetic Surgery, Laser and Cosmetic Surgery, we have safe and effective solutions for wrinkle reduction.

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At Art of SKIN Dermatology and DermaSpa, we offer a variety of chemical peels for a wide range of skin concerns, including, pigmentation reduction, improving the tone and texture of the skin or brightening skin before a big event. Chemical peels are also used to treat active acne. These reasons for the use of chemical peels are in addition to their use for precancerous lesions or acne scarring (to see how chemical peels are used to treat acne scarring, click here).

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Fat Reduction and Body Sculpting refers to a variety of non-surgical and surgical treatments useful for reducing or removing excessive fat from localized areas of the body.

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Significant developments in modern laser technology over the last 2 decades have provided todays cosmetic dermatologists with an incredible arsenal of extremely advanced laser devices and the opportunity to provide our patients with a multitude of safe and effective skin treatment options that have never previously been possible.

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Rejuvenation of the skin with laser and intense pulsed light (IPL) can effectively treat many or all of these imperfections all at once. Advanced photo-rejuvenation allows for noticeable improvement in the appearance of your skin with little or no discomfort or downtime.

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Dermal or subdermal (subcutaneous) filler injection is a safe, common and well-established method used to quickly restore or add volume and fullness to the skin, particularly to the face. Treatment with volumetric fillers is used to subtly or significantly improve the appearance of a tired or aged face by reducing the appearance of folds, lines and wrinkles.

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Wrinkles are a by-product of the aging process. With age, skin cells divide slower, and the inner layer of the skin, called the dermis, begins to thin. The network of elastin and collagen fibers, which support the outer layer, loosens and unravels, which results in depressions on the surface.

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If you have noticed expression lines or wrinkles on your face, and you are unhappy with them, at Art of SKIN, we have safe and effective solutions for wrinkle reduction.

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At Art of SKIN Dermatology and DermaSpa, we offer a variety of chemical peels for a wide range of skin concerns, including, pigmentation reduction, improving the tone and texture of the skin or brightening skin before a big event. Chemical peels are also used to treat active acne. These reasons for the use of chemical peels are in addition to their use for precancerous lesions or acne scarring (to see how chemical peels are used to treat acne scarring, click here).

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Fat Reduction and Body Sculpting refers to a variety of non-surgical and surgical treatments useful for reducing or removing excessive fat from localized areas of the body.

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Significant developments in modern laser technology over the last 2 decades have provided todays cosmetic dermatologists with an incredible arsenal of extremely advanced laser devices and the opportunity to provide our patients with a multitude of safe and effective skin treatment options that have never previously been possible.

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Microneedling (more formally known has Collagen Percutaneous Induction Needling or CPIN) is a method of inducing a controlled injury into the skins dermal and epidermal layers that induces the synthesis of important skin growth factors, and the production of new collagen and elastin.

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Rejuvenation of the skin with laser and intense pulsed light (IPL) can effectively treat many or all of these imperfections all at once. Advanced photo-rejuvenation allows for noticeable improvement in the appearance of your skin with little or no discomfort or downtime.

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Seborrheic keratoses are common, noncancerous skin growths seen in older adults, particularly in people of fair skin. They appear as brown, black or light tan growths anywhere on the body, can be slightly elevated, and are usually painless.

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Wrinkles are a by-product of the aging process. With age, skin cells divide slower, and the inner layer of the skin, called the dermis, begins to thin. The network of elastin and collagen fibers, which support the outer layer, loosens and unravels, which results in depressions on the surface.

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One unfortunate consequence of acne is the potential development of scarring. Some skin scars more easily than others, and some types of acne are more likely to scar than others.

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At Art of SKIN Dermatology and DermaSpa, we offer a variety of chemical peels for a wide range of skin concerns, including, pigmentation reduction, improving the tone and texture of the skin or brightening skin before a big event. Chemical peels are also used to treat active acne. These reasons for the use of chemical peels are in addition to their use for precancerous lesions or acne scarring (to see how chemical peels are used to treat acne scarring, click here).

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Significant developments in modern laser technology over the last 2 decades have provided todays cosmetic dermatologists with an incredible arsenal of extremely advanced laser devices and the opportunity to provide our patients with a multitude of safe and effective skin treatment options that have never previously been possible.

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Liposuction or Body Sculpture as Dr. Lubitz likes to as referred to it as, is a surgical technique that improves the bodys contour by removing excess fat from deposits located between the skin and the muscle.

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Microneedling (more formally known has Collagen Percutaneous Induction Needling or CPIN) is a method of inducing a controlled injury into the skins dermal and epidermal layers that induces the synthesis of important skin growth factors, and the production of new collagen and elastin.

More Info

Rejuvenation of the skin with laser and intense pulsed light (IPL) can effectively treat many or all of these imperfections all at once. Advanced photo-rejuvenation allows for noticeable improvement in the appearance of your skin with little or no discomfort or downtime.

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A scar is a mark left on the skin by the healing of injured or damaged tissue. Scars can be disfiguring, can cause unnecessary unhappiness, and contribute to low self-esteem and self-confidence. In some cases, they can be painful reminders, either psychologically or physiologically, of medical conditions, previous trauma or accidents.

More Info

Dermal or subdermal (subcutaneous) filler injection is a safe, common and well-established method used to quickly restore or add volume and fullness to the skin, particularly to the face. Treatment with volumetric fillers is used to subtly or significantly improve the appearance of a tired or aged face by reducing the appearance of folds, lines and wrinkles.

More Info

Acne is a common and often chronic skin disorder that affects teenagers and adults, males and females alike. Unfortunately, acne is often underrecognized and undertreated in our society.

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One unfortunate consequence of acne is the potential development of scarring. Some skin scars more easily than others, and some types of acne are more likely to scar than others.For this reason, acne should be assessed and treated as soon as possible, while it is still in its early stages, and in most cases by a dermatologist.

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There are a variety of different types of cysts that can develop on the skin. They can occur anywhere on the body but commonly occur on the scalp, face, neck, trunk (chest and back), axillae (underarms) and groin. They can occur on the extremities but they are less common.

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Excessive hair growth occurs for many reasons, such as, hypertrichosis (excessive hair growth for an individuals age, gender or race, or medical reasons, such as hormonal imbalances associated with hirsutism (male patterns of hair growth on a woman).

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Liposuction or Body Sculpture as Dr. Lubitz likes to as referred to it as, is a surgical technique that improves the bodys contour by removing excess fat from deposits located between the skin and the muscle.

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Patients with multiple moles, moles that are changing in any way, or with a family history of skin cancer of any kind should have their moles routinely examined by a dermatologist. Failure to have melanoma diagnosed in its early stages and treated accordingly can result in significant morbidity for the patient, and even death.

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Seborrheic keratoses are common, noncancerous skin growths seen in older adults, particularly in people of fair skin. They appear as brown, black or light tan growths anywhere on the body, can be slightly elevated, and are usually painless.

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Stretch marks, or striae, are very common. While the skin is a remarkable organ that is designed to stretch, if growth or weight gain occurs too rapidly, the skin will intrinsically weaken, a partial tear of sorts, and heal, leaving behind the scars we call stretch marks.

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One unfortunate consequence of acne is the potential development of scarring. Some skin scars more easily than others, and some types of acne are more likely to scar than others.For this reason, acne should be assessed and treated as soon as possible, while it is still in its early stages, and in most cases by a dermatologist.

More Info

At Art of SKIN Dermatology and DermaSpa, we offer a variety of chemical peels for a wide range of skin concerns, including, pigmentation reduction, improving the tone and texture of the skin or brightening skin before a big event. Chemical peels are also used to treat active acne. These reasons for the use of chemical peels are in addition to their use for precancerous lesions or acne scarring (to see how chemical peels are used to treat acne scarring, click here).

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Excessive hair growth occurs for many reasons, such as, hypertrichosis (excessive hair growth for an individuals age, gender or race, or medical reasons, such as hormonal imbalances associated with hirsutism (male patterns of hair growth on a woman).

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As we age, and particularly if we enjoy a lot of outdoor activities, we may see the development of individual age spots or sunspots (medically known assolar lentigines), liver spots (a misnomer, as they are not related to the liver at all), and other signs of chronic sun damage on our skin.

More Info

Liposuction or Body Sculpture as Dr. Lubitz likes to as referred to it as, is a surgical technique that improves the bodys contour by removing excess fat from deposits located between the skin and the muscle.

More Info

Melasma is a common pigmentation condition that is caused by an over production of tyrosinase which over-stimulates the melanocytes of the skin. Once melanocytes are over stimulated, they start producing more pigmentation.

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Rejuvenation of the skin with laser and intense pulsed light (IPL) can effectively treat many or all of these imperfections all at once. Advanced photo-rejuvenation allows for noticeable improvement in the appearance of your skin with little or no discomfort or downtime.

More Info

Stretch marks, or striae, are very common. While the skin is a remarkable organ that is designed to stretch, if growth or weight gain occurs too rapidly, the skin will intrinsically weaken, a partial tear of sorts, and heal, leaving behind the scars we call stretch marks.

More Info

At Art of SKIN Dermatology and DermaSpa, we offer a variety of chemical peels for a wide range of skin concerns, including, pigmentation reduction, improving the tone and texture of the skin or brightening skin before a big event. Chemical peels are also used to treat active acne. These reasons for the use of chemical peels are in addition to their use for precancerous lesions or acne scarring (to see how chemical peels are used to treat acne scarring, click here).

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As opposed to simply addressing specific fine lines, wrinkles or facial skin folds, the fat transfer procedure addresses the whole face, producing dramatic yet naturallooking results.

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