Your Skin. Refresh It. Love It. Protect It.

As the body’s largest organ and the first line of defense against the outside world, the skin is constantly exposed to a number of environmental irritants and stressors, from overexposure to the sun right down to how much sleep we get and food and drinks that we consume. Throw in genetic and hereditary factors, and

Greet the New Year with Brighter, Tighter Skin

Another year has passed, and another year’s worth of gravity and sun damage has taken its toll on your skin. Never fear! With more than 50 lasers and devices to choose from, we have many solutions to address the issues that trouble you. Wintertime is the ideal season for a laser treatment that will leave

Acne Awareness Month

June is Acne Awareness Month and we at Cosmetic Laser Dermatology want you to know about what causes acne and how you can get rid of it. Acne is the most common skin condition in America, affecting anywhere from 40 to 50 million people. While it affects teens most often, adult acne is also common

Top Cosmetic Dermatology Predictions of 2015

Using a mix of intuition, trend-watching, and research, our expert physicians have come up with a list of cosmetic dermatology predictions for 2015. From laser technology advancements to new FDA-approved dermal fillers, 2015 promises to deliver excellent patient results, helping men and women achieve the appearance they want. Lasers Traditionally used for tattoo removal, Picosecond

Eliminating Scars

A scar is a natural part of the body’s reaction to wounding or injury and is correlated with healing. Skin scars occur when the dermis (the deep, thick layer of skin) is damaged. The worse the initial damage is, the worse the scar will generally be. Most skin scars are flat and leave a trace

Deep, Deeper, Deepest–Laser Treatments!

Though Fractional CO2 lasers have always been used to deeply penetrate the skin to correct scarring, the deep just got deeper. Recently introduced as a new setting to Lumenis’ SCAAR FX Treatment, fractional treatments can now delve 4 millimeters into the skin’s surface—double the previous amount of 2 millimeters. Because the laser can reach deeper

All About Scars

A scar is a natural part of the body’s reaction to wounding or injury and is correlated with healing. Skin scars occur when the dermis (the deep, thick layer of skin) is damaged. The worse the initial damage is, the worse the scar will generally be. Most skin scars are flat and leave a trace

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