Some patients who came to me to have their moles removed often wonder how effective the removal procedure is. At the same time, they are also curious about the effectiveness of home remedies/spa treatments that they read up online or heard from their friends.
Still trying to get results from microneedling RF for acne scars? Still doing only one type of laser when it’s already proven that combination lasers work better? Have you been told that acne scars can only be treated after acne is cured and that there is no all-in-one cure?
Thermage is well known as a premium, non-invasive skin tightening and lifting procedure. The latest Thermage CPT system is supposed to tighten skin, lift saggy features and smoothing wrinkles – with minimal downtime and increased comfort.
“Hey doc, I heard this popular Q-switched Nanosecond laser promises to resolve pigmentation/anti-aging/pores/pimples/wrinkles all at once”. It’s shocking to hear that from my patient as the “famed” Q-switched 1064nm laser DOES NOT achieve the above at all.
A saggy lower face is an issue my patients are very concerned about. Doing a noselift can wait. Treating acne scars, they might delay. But when it comes to a saggy lower face, everyone’s DECISIVE. Why are patients more afraid of this than crow’s feet or forehead wrinkles?
In my practice as an aesthetic doctor, I’d say that dark eye circle treatments are probably the most commonly mistreated condition. The difference between a proper treatment and misdiagnosed one is speed.
If you have any interest in aesthetics, you’ve no doubt come across laser treatments. You may have been excited, only to become confused with the number of different lasers used for various skin treatments.