Unlock the secrets to radiant skin with our guide on essential nutrients. Dive in to discover foods that nourish and those to avoid for a healthy glow.
Nobody likes acne scars, but when you have one that has been around for ages they can be tough to hide. Elaine Woo-Gallagher, shows how to excise a scar.
Dr. Jochen removes a huge ear keloid caused by an earring. Keloids are scar tissue that has expanded beyond the boundaries of the original wound.
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In this video, Timothy Jochen, MD, demonstrates a skin tag removal and then uses Restylane facial filler to improve the appearance of acne scarring. At the end he also demonstrates an acne scar subscission.
Scars form as part of the body’s natural response to healing following damage to the skin. Almost all trauma to the skin results in some degree of scarring.
Pigmentation after an acne lesion is common in darker skin types; and is often confused as a “scar”. Hyperpigmentation does not have texture, it only has discoloration.
Explore the causes and emotional toll of adult acne. With insights from Obagi’s Chief Scientist, Laurence Dryer, Ph.D., discover effective treatments.
Dr. Jochen along with one of our lovely receptionists Rebecca demonstrate a Dermaroller procedure. Dermaroller is used to treat and eliminate acne scars.
Blackheads, annoying dark colored blemishes that show exact GPS location of your oiliest pores. No one likes the look of a dirt town development on their face.
With most medical treatments, doctors and their patients must evaluate what we call the risk-benefit equation, and determine if the benefits of treatment outweigh the risks. When it comes to treating a severe form of acne called cystic acne – a condition that causes nodules that turn into painful cysts – the medication Accutane has triggered some controversy about its risks vs. benefits.
Blu-U® is a non-invasive, photodynamic method of treating pre-cancerous Actinic Keratosis, they are thick, scaly, and crusty patches of skin.