Contour M.A. Jesse has acne scarring on his face from his teenage years. In this video he get his first sublative laser treatment. This fractionated bipolar radio frequency technology is the only technology proven to reduce a wide range of acne scars safely and effectively on all skin tones with minimal downtime or side effects. There’s a bonus: it tightens skin and gets rid of post-sun skin damage! Find out more about this laser here: Sublative
Oh, sweet cheeks! Allergan has done it again! Juvéderm Voluma has helped people restore volume loss or augment their cheeks with great results.
Dr. Jochen along with one of our lovely receptionists Rebecca demonstrate a Dermaroller procedure. Dermaroller is used to treat and eliminate acne scars.
Perfect package for a little extra help to reduce unwanted pimples. Little or no downtime required for the procedures and can be done every two to four weeks.
LaRue Cole is hair free and care free! Laser hair removal here, there and everywhere! Watch Jessica Neal explain the ins & outs of laser hair removal.
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.
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.
Nurse Practitioner Xarlyn treats Jackie’s acne scars with our Sublative Laser. This is a RF laser treatment for acne scars that stubbornly stick around.
Sarecycline is an antibiotic approved by the FDA for patients 9 years of age and older. It targets Cutibacterium acnes with an anti-inflammatory formula.
IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) is ideal for skin rejuvenation, & treating facial redness & pigmentation. An intense flash of light is emitted to the area.
We all have scars. Some are just more visible than others. Sometimes visible scars can create wounds inside as they affect a person’s image of themselves.