Fine Lines & Wrinkles
As we age, our skin loses some of its natural elasticity as collagen production slows down, leading to the development of lines and wrinkles.
When collagen and elastin begin to break down, the result is thinning, drooping, loose skin and volume loss.
Sun Damage & Brown Spots
Even though sunspots may be difficult to avoid while living in sunny Southern California, these dark pigmentations can be treated with a number of non-invasive treatments.
Prp for Hair Loss
There are promising innovative treatments that address and even reverse hair loss and thinning. Cosmetic Laser Dermatology uses the innovative treatment PRP, or Platelet-Rich Plasma therapy to help restore hair.
Our hands can be a true sign of our age, but hand rejuvenation treatments at our San Diego office can restore lost volume and provide a youthful appearance.
Laser Hair Removal
Laser hair removal is an effective treatment that removes unwanted hair without the painful consequences of shaving, tweezing, or waxing.
Spider & Varicose Veins
There are many causes of spider veins and varicose veins, but our specialists offer a variety of treatments to help you eliminate these problematic conditions.
At Cosmetic Laser Dermatology, we offer a number of eyelash and eyebrow enhancements that will give you beautiful, natural-looking results.
Facial Vein Treatments
With a variety of lasers, our board-certified dermatologists are able to safely, easily, and effectively treat facial spider veins, also known as telangiectasias.
Chest wrinkles commonly develop due to the effects of time, gravity, and sun exposure, which makes preventing chest wrinkles particularly challenging.
The aging process can result in a variety of skin abnormalities that can make skin texture look unhealthy and feel uneven and rough.
Loss of collagen combined with repetitive expressions creates wrinkles and folds that become deeper over time. There are many anti-aging options to reverse the effects of aging.
Lip lines are fine vertical lines that can appear above the lip and are among the first signs of aging to appear on the face. Over time, they can become deeper and more visible.