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.
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.
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.
Dr. Jochen along with one of our lovely receptionists Rebecca demonstrate a Dermaroller procedure. Dermaroller is used to treat and eliminate acne scars.
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.
Grover’s disease (transient acantholytic dermatosis) appears suddenly as itchy red spots on body’s mid-section, most often in men 45 – 65 years of age.
Exclusively available in the desert at Contour Dermatology, Sublative utilizes bipolar fractional radiofrequency to deliver a smoother, more even skin tone.
Leyah Toland joined Contour Dermatology as a receptionist. She answers phone calls, helps patients schedule their appointments with medical providers.
Receptionist Erica tells about her battle with acne scars & how she won that battle with the help of Dr. Jochen and Contour Dermatology.
Our Medical Assistant, Lee, demonstrates how to dress an open wound using a “Zinc Wrap”. Zinc plays a major role in regulating every phase of wound healing.
Stretch marks occur during sudden changes in body size, such as during pregnancy, puberty, or rapid weight-gain. There are several things you can do to help.