By Cheryl Clarkson

Who is Your Skin Care Physician?

Woman looking in the mirror

Don’t have a skin care physician you say?  Yes, skin care is something that one can do on his/her own … to a point, that is, until you are interested in anti-aging treatments and cosmetic enhancements or have problem conditions like rosacea.  We do this for other aspects of our appearance including our hair, teeth and fitness.

There is an alphabet of treatments for anti-aging and cosmetic concerns:  from Botox injections for crow’s feet and facial fillers like Restylane, Juvederm and Sculptra to multiple forms of laser treatments like IPL photofacial to rejuvenate your skin and from eyelid surgery and plastic surgery to body contouring for fat reduction.  New products, non-invasive procedures and technology are continually advancing the possibilities for you to look naturally younger at any age.

The adaptability of these and other modern treatments and technology require highly experienced, certified clinicians  — plastic surgeon, cosmetic physician or dermatologist — who can assess your needs and suggest a treatment program personalized for your skin type, concerns, goals and budget.  This is a smart investment and it all starts with a consultation.

If you live in the Greater Boston area, SkinHealth Centers is Boston’s leader in cosmetic and laser surgery, where you will find Harvard-trained, board-certified plastic and cosmetic surgeons as well as leading dermatologist and highly trained RNs.   Ready to take the first step, simply make an appointment.

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