New Aesthetic Treatment KYBELLA Eliminates Double Chin

July 22nd, 2015


If you suffer from a double chin, you’re not alone! According to a survey conducted by the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, 68% of consumers are bothered by their double chin, which can ruin a good selfie! Luckily Advanced Dermatology now offers a new aesthetic treatment to reduce your double chin (what doctors call “submental fullness”). It’s called Kybella and after you learn about it you’ll see just how close you are to the facial profile you really want.

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Things Most People Don’t Understand About Sunscreen

July 13th, 2015

ABC US News | World News

On Good Morning America Dr. Whitney Bowe of Advanced Dermtology, P.C. discussed some of the top things that people don’t know about sunscreen. Here are some of the facts she talks about so that you and your family stay safe this summer!
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ADHD Drug Causes Skin Discoloration

July 7th, 2015

A transdermal patch for treating ADHD called Daytrana has led to a new FDA warning for permanent loss of skin color. In the reported cases, the loss of skin color usually occurred only in the area where the patch was located but sometimes spread further. If your child is using this medicated product and you notice skin discoloration, do not discontinue use until you speak with your health care provider. Read the rest of this entry »


Preventing Contagious and Unsightly Skin Rash

July 1st, 2015


Summer can be rough on skin, says Joshua Fox, MD, medical director of Advanced Dermatology P.C. Beyond the dangers associated with sunburn, a recent report in JAMA Dermatology found bikini waxes and shaving can increase the risk of contracting a contagious and unsightly skin rash known as molluscum contagiosum. In warm months, 61 percent of women remove hair from the bikini line at least once per week.
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Do Your Hands Give Away Your Age?

June 26th, 2015


Dr. David Smart discusses Radiesse for the hands

Frequently we focus on the face when discussing cosmetic improvement, but there are other telling locations that can be treated. One area that gives away our age the most is the hands. As we age, our hands lose firmness and plumpness and begin to look fragile and bony. The veins become more prominent, the skin starts to look thin, and often they become speckled with brown spots from sun exposure. Read the rest of this entry »