Acne affects all ages and occurs when hair follicles become clogged with oil and dead skin cells. Treating acne early on is vital in order to keep the condition from worsening and causing scarring.
Acne scarring is a serious concern for many, and can have devastating physical, social, and emotional effects. Treatments are available for improving different types of acne scarring.
Aging hands typically have wrinkled skin, prominent veins, and/or brown spots. They are difficult to camouflage and can give away a person’s true age.
Visible brown spots are common signs of aging and may be found anywhere on the face or body. They are a result of accumulated sun damage over the years.
Cheek and lip augmentation restore beauty by enhancing the fullness and facial contours of a youthful appearance.
Submental fullness ("double chin") is stubborn excess fat under the chin. It can affect both men and women, and its effect on one’s appearance may be bothersome.
Dull skin lacks the radiance and glow commonly associated with a young, healthy appearance. It is caused by natural aging as well as environmental factors.
Commonly experienced by those with oily and/or aging skin, enlarged pores contribute to uneven skin texture and are difficult to camouflage.
Sweating in excess of what is necessary to cool the body is known as hyperhidrosis. It can seriously affect a person’s quality of life, but fortunately effective treatment is available.
When a slimmer, more oval face shape is desired, a tailed approach using neuromodulators and dermal fillers will help create beautiful, youthful facial contours.
Visible capillaries can be a symptom of rosacea, skin sensitivity, sun exposure or aging. They can be effectively treated with laser, after which patients must properly care for their skin.
Characterized by a tired, sunken appearance, volume loss occurs due to aging and environmental factors. Facial contours, deep wrinkles and folds can be improved with dermal fillers.
Melasma is a condition that causes patches of brown pigment to occur on the face. It often affects women of reproductive age and may be triggered by sun exposure, hormones, or genetics.
Whether you love your nose, or wished it looked different, it is possible to change the shape, profile and size of the nose without surgery.
Rosacea appears persistent redness or blushing in the face, and is often accompanied by visible capillaries. Treatments can significantly reduce symptoms and help keep rosacea under control.
Skin laxity can occur anywhere on the face or body. It is caused by the breakdown of collagen and elastin in the skin.
Eyelashes may become thinner and shorter due to aging, health, medications, or overuse of eyelash extensions. Treatment will grow your own lashes longer, darker, and thicker.
Loss of fat in the lower eyelids, along with hereditary factors, can lead to under eye hollows and a tired, sunken appearance. Treatments help restore and rejuvenate the delicate under eye area.
Uneven skin texture may be characterized by fine lines, wrinkles, enlarged pores or acne scars. There are effective therapies available that will smooth the skin and increase collagen production.
Uneven skin tone occurs when pigment in the skin differs from your natural skin colour. Examples are redness, brown spots, freckles, acne marks, or melasma.
Wrinkles and fine lines are caused by several factors, and occur in areas of repeated muscle movement, and in damaged skin. Treatment options depend on the type of wrinkles present.
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