Getting Older? 3 Ways Injectable Fillers Can Help

Posted on: 10 August 2020

As you get older, you can come across an array of different physical factors that can make you look older. From graying hair to skin that naturally loses some of its fat layer, you can find yourself looking older than you feel, which is why taking a trip to the dermatologist's office can be so helpful. Here are three simple reasons you should consider getting injectable fillers, and how they can help.
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Healing Dark Spots On The Face During The Summertime

Posted on: 29 July 2020

Some skin types tend to develop dark spots easily, especially after an acne breakout or due to cuts on the face, caused by trauma or rough facial scrubs. If you have a face that has developed dark marks, getting rid of them for a completely even skin tone is likely your goal. One of the biggest enemies for this goal is the sun. When your skin tans, the dark spots often get darker as well.
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Mole Removal Recovery Tips

Posted on: 17 June 2020

Procedures that involve removing moles tend to be minimally invasive and have a pretty simple recovery. However, with any kind of procedure, it is important that you follow the aftercare instructions that your physician provides you to ensure that you heal properly. If you are visiting a dermatologist to have a mole removed, here are a few tips that will help you recover effectively. Keep the Site Clean To prevent an infection from occurring, your dermatologist will recommend that you keep the removal site clean.
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Reasons To See A Dermatologist

Posted on: 29 May 2020

In a lot of cases, things going on with your skin can be taken care of at home. If you have a few pimples, you can ignore them and they'll be gone soon enough. If you have some normal dry skin, you can exfoliate or use lotion and your skin will be back to its normal condition. However, there are a lot of other times when you may want to go to the dermatologist, either to see what's causing the issue you are dealing with or to have an issue treated that you know isn't something you can tend to without help.
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