Search Results for: Xeomin
Xeomin® is a neuromodulator similar to Botox that’s most often used to treat deep frown lines between the eyebrows.
Monica Boen, MD
Dr. Monica Boen is a board-certified dermatologist with specialty training in dermatologic cosmetic surgery through the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Cosmetic Surgery Fellowship program. Known for her patient-forward approach, Dr. Boen is committed to listening to all of her patient’s concerns and finding the right treatments to help them look and feel their best. She specializes in skin rejuvenation therapies
Natural Face Lift
If you’re interested in looking younger and more refreshed but want to achieve results that are subtle, natural-looking, and most importantly, flattering, there are several treatments available that are highly effective. In the past, erasing facial wrinkles, sagging skin, and other signs of aging might have required a surgical face lift procedure, but with modern
Douglas C. Wu, MD, PhD
Originally from Edmonton in Alberta Canada, Douglas C. Wu, MD, PhD is a double board-certified dermatologist in both Canada and the USA with specialty training in cosmetic surgery via the prestigious American Society of Dermatologic Surgery Fellowship program and a PhD in Immunology and Stem Cell Biology from the University of Oxford University. He specializes
Relax, Restore, Resurface
As the science of cosmetic dermatology advances, more dermatologists are turning to combination treatments to provide the absolute best results possible for their patients. We know that different types of wrinkle treatments are better for different skin issues, so by combining them, we can create beautiful, comprehensive results that a single treatment alone could not
When is “Early” Too Early to Start Anti-Aging
One of the most common questions I get from patients is when they should start doing preventative procedures. People worry about starting too soon or too late, but the reality is that we start aging the moment we’re born. Even babies should be protected from UV damage with protective clothing, hats, and mineral-based sunblocks. Teenagers
Preventing and Treating “Smartphone Squint”
With the rise of technology comes the rise of new medical and cosmetic conditions directly related to these technological advances. One such new condition has been dubbed the “smartphone squint.” People suffering from this condition complain of headaches, tension, and wrinkles around their eyes. Doctors have found that staring at a smartphone screen for long
Too Young For Botox?
Often patients ask when the best age is to start Botox or other anti-aging injectable treatments. While there is no magic age, it depends more on when wrinkles begin to form on the face, specifically around the eyes and on the forehead. For most people, those wrinkles begin to appear in the late 20s and