What's Your #1 Skin Challenge?
Take Our Survey And Learn Your Skin Type!
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What is your name? *

 
What concerns you most about your skin? *





 
How much sun exposure have you had in the past? *


 
How much sun exposure/tanning bed use have you had in a lifetime? *


 
How would you describe your acne? *


 
What concerns you most? *


 
Which best describes you? *


 
How many moles do you have? *


 
How often do you use sunscreen? *


 
How would you describe your past tanning bed use/exposure? *


 
What is your Phone Number? *

 
How would you classify your lifestyle? *


 
How much do you smoke or have you smoked in your past? *


 
What best describes your skin care regimen? *


 
What is your Phone Number? *

 
What is your treatment regimen for your acne? *


 
How is your diet? *


 
How significantly does acne impact your life? *


 
What is your Phone Number? *

 
What best describes your hair loss pattern? *


 
Does any of the following apply to you? *


 
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Where is your area of biggest concern? *


 
Which best describes your issues? *


 
What is your Phone Number? *

{{answer_38761628}}, you have had moderate sun exposure over time and have experienced some sun burns.  If you have used tanning beds then you have increased risk of sun damage with increased risk of skin cancers. Yearly skin exams are recommended.  If you have areas that are scaling/flaking, spots that just do not really heal after a few weeks or moles that have changed in shape or color or are new then a skin exam is especially important.  Recommendation is that you continue to reduce the amount of sun exposure and protection from the sun with protective clothing, broad spectrum sunscreen and reduction of sun exposure from the 10-2pm. Call  to schedule a skin exam today, insurance accepted.
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{{answer_38761628}},a yearly skin exam is recommended as well as self monitoring of your moles with photography for comparison.  It is likely that you have had significant sun damage to your skin over time due either to sun exposure or to the use of tanning beds.  Both of these practices increase your risk for both melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers.  People who have a significant number of moles need to be monitored for discrete changes in the moles.  If you have areas that are scaling/flaking, spots that just do not really heal after a few weeks or moles that have changed in shape or color or are new then a skin exam is especially important.  Recommendation is that you reduce the amount of sun exposure and make good practice of protection from the sun with protective clothing and broad spectrum sun block and reduced exposure to the sun from 10-2pm.  If you continue to use tanning beds you should discontinue this practice.  Call to schedule a skin exam today, insurance accepted.
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{{answer_38761628}}, it sounds like you have not had extensive sun damage.  Despite this skin exams at an interval of every 12-18 months is recommended.  If you have areas that are scaling/flaking, spots that just do not really heal after a few weeks or moles that have changed in shape or color or are new then a skin exam is especially important.  Continue to reduce the amount of sun exposure and protection from the sun with use of protective clothing, broad spectrum sunscreen and reduction of sun exposure from the 10-2pm. Call to schedule a skin exam today, insurance accepted.
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{{answer_38761628}}, fillers and Botox are an excellent way to enhance your current features as well as add volume.  Volume loss due to age happens to all of us.  With this volume loss comes large lines formed around the nose and mouth.  These lines significantly increase the appearance of aging. Application of fillers can significantly improve these lines giving us a more youthful appearance.  Used in conjunction with Botox to reduce wrinkles these products can take years off the aging face.  Some fillers are used simply to enhance features we already have such as increasing the size or shape of our lips.  You can choose to add volume, definition or both.   Schedule for a consultation today.
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{{answer_38761628}}, if your concern is excess skin or just loose skin that you would like to firm and are at a healthy body weight, then treatment with Exilis may be of benefit. If cellulite is an issue then SmoothShapes may be of value. Along with maintaining good oral intake and a healthy diet, Exilis can significantly improve the tone of your skin.  However Exilis is not for everyone.  If you are not at a healthy body weight or your weight issues are hormone related, you may benefit with services at our sister company Blue Sky MD which focuses on Weight Loss and Bioidentical Hormone Therapy.  Schedule a consultation with Blue Sky MD and/or a consultation with DermaBlue’s esthetician to learn more about your body contouring options.
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{{answer_38761628}}, if a double chin is your issue then a new injectable treatment called Kybella may be of benefit for you.  The results are excellent and are permanent.  Sometimes there is excess skin as well as fat in our chin area causing the embarrassing double chin we see in photos.  Though the skin in most cases will tighten as the fat dissolves sometimes other treatments are needed including Exilis to continue to reduce the unsightly appearance.  Schedule a consultation today.
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{{answer_38761628}}, hair loss can be very distressing for both men and women. Most hair loss is related to male pattern baldness, however there are some kinds of hair loss from other medical issues.  At times it can be difficult to differentiate these things.  There are several treatments for hair loss depending on the type of hair loss. Some hair loss is caused from over excess hair coloring or traction from tight ponytails and can be treated with changing these practices, but most valuation usually begins with a laboratory to rule out medical cause. Once cause has been established treatment options vary. For some medical causes of hair loss treatment may include steroid injections, topical creams or treating the underlying medical issue. For male pattern baldness in males and females we have some exciting treatment with injecting your own plasma under your skin to induce hair growth. Exact treatment and cost is based on amount of hair loss. Schedule a consultation for evaluation of your hair loss today.
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{{answer_38761628}}, there are several simple things that can be done at home to help with the reduction of acne including good oral intake of water, reduction of processed foods, changing pillow cases weekly, avoiding hair products that increase acne and reduction of some milk products.  Often times with the correct over the counter regimen alone or in combination with a prescription Mild acne can be well controlled and can prevent scarring.  If the treatment is found to be ineffective there are other options for the reduction of bacterial including laser and BluLight (Visible light spectrum source that decreases bacteria and oil production treatments.).  Schedule a consultation to determine treatment options best suited to your type of acne.
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{{answer_38761628}}, acne has many factors, including bacteria, inflammation, hormones and oil production and plugging of the follicle. There are several simple things that can be done at home to help with the reduction of acne including good oral intake of water, reduction of processed foods, changing pillow cases weekly, avoiding hair products that increase acne and reduction of some milk products. There are multiple medical treatments for acne including topical creams and oral antibacterial, hormonal control (birth control and spironolactone), Accutane and the use of lasers and BluLight. (Visible light spectrum source that decreases bacteria and oil production) Frequently patients are left with scarring after acne has resolved.  There are several treatment options for scar reduction such as MD PEN and Laser Resurfacing.   When acne is moderate sometimes combination treatments are often employed at once to get good results.  Schedule a consultation to determine treatment options best suited to your type of acne.
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{{answer_38761628}}, acne has many underlying causes including bacteria, inflammation, hormones and oil production and plugging of the follicle. There are several simple things that can be done at home to help with the reduction of acne including good oral intake of water, reduction of processed foods, changing pillow cases weekly, avoiding hair products that increase acne and reduction of some milk products. There are multiple medical treatments for acne including topical creams and oral antibacterial, hormonal control (birth control and spironolactone), Accutane and the use of lasers and BluLight. (Visible light spectrum source that decreases bacteria and oil production).   Frequently patients are left with scarring after acne has resolved.  There are several treatment options for scar reduction such as MD PEN and Laser Resurfacing.   When acne is severe multiple treatments are often employed at once to get good results.  Schedule a consultation to determine treatment options best suited to your type of acne.
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{{answer_38761628}}, continue with protection from the sun, attempt to get a full night sleep to help with repair of the skin, drink plenty of water throughout the day and moisturize morning and night.  Vitamins geared toward the skin are beneficial to overall skin health. Some of the procedures to help with extensive damage are Chemical peels, MDPEN, IPL laser, Carbon Dioxide laser resurfacing, Botox and fillers.  Many of these procedures either done individually or in combination can greatly reduce the visible signs of aging.  Topical exfoliation, moisturizing and toner products can also improve texture of your skin. Schedule your free consultation to evaluate your skin care options!
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{{answer_38761628}}, first and foremost you should protect yourself from ongoing damage by protecting yourself from the sun.  If you continue to smoke and use tanning beds you should reduce or eliminate these practices. 8 glasses of water is recommended for most people to help moisturize the skin and some vitamins are beneficial to skin health. There are many procedures that can reverse some of the sun damage, damage from smoking and wrinkles brought on with time.  Procedures range in price and amount of improvement you would like to see.  Some of the procedures to help with extensive damage are Chemical peels, MDPEN, IPL laser, Carbon Dioxide laser resurfacing, Botox and fillers.  Many of these procedures are either done individually or in combination and can greatly reduce the visible signs of aging.  Topical exfoliation, moisturizing and toner products can also improve texture of your skin. Schedule your free consultation to evaluate your skin care options.
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