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A 60-minute clinical customized facial tailored to your skin care needs. Perfect for anyone with specific skin concerns, or someone who simply needs some pampering!


A treatment that focuses on cleansing and exfoliating the back. This treatment includes relaxing massage techniques as well as any needed pore extractions in those hard to reach places.


A facial designed specifically to address breakouts. Suitable for anyone experiencing acne or clogged pores.


Cryo-facials treat the skin with liquid nitrogen to reveal a brighter, smoother, complexion. A great pick-me-up for anyone, anytime of day, because it can be done with a full face of makeup!


Extractions are the process of clearing clogged or compacted pores.


A resurfacing treatment that eliminates dead skin cells on the surface of the skin. This physical form of exfoliation also gets rid of vellus hair, also known as “peach fuzz.” The result is smoother, hairless, even skin and allows for deeper product penetration as well as a flawless makeup application.

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A method of introducing controlled wounds into the skin to trigger a release of natural growth factors and new collagen. This treatment causes minimal damage to the epidermis, resulting in less down time, quicker healing and a higher success rate than other treatments out there.

The results of this treatment include a reduction of fine lines, wrinkles, and hyper pigmentation while also stimulating collagen production for more elastin in the skin. Microneedling is also great for scars and can be performed almost anywhere on the body.

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PRP, or platelet rich plasma is the healing property already found in our own blood. In this treatment, we separate the plasma, and then microneedle and/or inject into the skin. This stimulates cell turnover and creates and overall smoother, glowing complexion.

Appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, pore size, sun damage and scars are all reduced.

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A medical grade peel customized to your skin type. Improves acne, texture, brown spots & discoloration. Add laser and/or microneedling for an extra boost.


A rejuvenating, anti-aging medical grade peel that also helps prevent future damage.


A cocktail of vitamins and super hydrating antioxidants (including B complex, glutathione, and hyaluronic acid) that are stamped into the top layer of your skin using 24-karat mini-needles. This helps hydrate from within, energize and detoxify your skin cells.


This is a customized blend of filler, FDA-approved Botulinum Toxin, and vitamins that are stamped into the top layer of your skin using 24-karat mini needles. This helps with fine lines, discoloration, acne, and overall glow.



Aerolase LightPod Neo Laser provides custom treatment solutions for a variety of medical conditions as well as addresses the most common signs of aging and is safe for all skin types!

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A permanent hair reduction procedure using the Neolaser from Aerolase. Laser Hair removal can be done on any area of the body and is safe for all skin-types.


Aerolase LightPod Neo provides treatment to firm, tighten, and improve the overall appearance and elasticity of the skin.



Smooths away facial wrinkles and folds, provides subtle lip enhancement, smooths the lines around the mouth, adds lift and volume to the cheeks, and helps reverse the signs of volume loss in the back of the hands.


The most popular dermal fillers in the world, providing immediate, natural looking volume replacement, lift, feature enhancement, and correction of wrinkles and depressed scars.


FDA-approved non-surgical lip augmentation treatment is designed to plump the lips and minimize the appearance of fine lines around the mouth.


FDA-approval filler is now the first and only hyaluronic acid dermal filler approved for the correction of moderate to severe wrinkles and folds that lasts up to 18 months in people over the age of 21.


A game-changing filler product which is placed deep under the skin resulting in volumizing, lifting and contouring cheeks, cheekbones, and the jaw line.

An FDA-approved Botulinum Toxin that helps to relax moderate to severe frown lines, forehead lines, and crow’s feet.


Sculptra is poly-L lactic acid, which stimulates skin to make more collagen, the protein that makes skin look youthfully plump.


Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in America, affecting all ages and skin types. If caught early enough, it can be treated very effectively.

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Contact Dermatitis

Allergy Patch testing is used to determine the cause of contact dermatitis, a type of skin rash caused by direct contact with chemical triggers known as allergens.

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Warts are caused by infection with a type of the human papillomavirus (HPV). The virus typically enters the body through skin that has been slightly damaged.

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Alopecia, or hair loss, is a common condition that can be caused by a number of factors. Hair loss may be a natural process, such as androgenetic (male pattern) baldness, a side effect of medication or a sign of an underlying health condition. It can result in total baldness, patchy bald spots or thinning of the hair, and may be confined to the scalp or affect other areas of the body. This problem exists in both males and females, and may be genetic in some cases.

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Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin condition where plaques of thick, flaky skin form. Psoriatic plaques are formed by skin cells that grow too quickly, and are typically red, white, or silvery. As the plaques grow, the skin often becomes raised and can join with other plaques to cover large areas of the skin.

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This chronic skin condition affects approximately 1 in 20 people. Rosacea affects the skin of the face and can become more pronounced over time. While rosacea affects more women than men, men tend to have more severe symptoms.

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Sun Damage and Pre Cancer

Precancerous Actinic “Solar” Keratosis presents as lesions, typically scaly patches, which occur on sun exposure areas after years of chronic sun exposure.

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Almost everyone at some point in time has dealt with acne and knows frustrations of dealing with it on a daily basis.

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An innovative and non-invasive way to shape your body by freezing unwanted fat away with no surgery and little to no downtime.

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Skin Cancer

The three most common types of skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and malignant melanoma

Basal cell carcinoma is the most common, but also the least deadly. 

Squamous cell carcinoma is less common and may spread if left untreated. Squamous cell carcinoma is easily treated when caught early enough but can become fatal if left untreated. 

Malignant melanoma is the most dangerous type but also the most dangerous. Malignant melanoma can spread quickly to other areas of the body and can become fatal if left untreated.

Contrary to popular belief, skin cancer can affect people of any or skin type. People with fair skin who burn easily are at the highest risk of developing skin cancer, but darker skinned people can also be affected. 

It is important to protect protect your skin from the sun and get cancer screenings on a regular basis.

Treatment options:

- Surgically excised (usually in office)

- Mohs Micrographic Surgery

- Removed with a scraping tool (curette) and then cauterized

- Frozen with liquid nitrogen

- Topical chemotherapeutic creams

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Contact Dermatitis

Common contact allergens include nickel, fragrance, parabens, preservatives, chemicals found in rubber, dyes and adhesives.

Contact allergies may be widespread but are often localized to areas exposed to the offending chemical (e.g. ears for nickel, scalp and hairline for hair dye, eyelids for cosmetic products).

How we can help.

We offer patch testing using one of the most comprehensive panels available in the tri-state area. 

Patch testing is performed by placing several different allergens onto the skin of the back for 48 hours. The area is then examined for signs of a reaction. We will discuss the findings of this test, providing you with educational material to avoid any future contact with any relevant triggers.

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Hair Loss

There are many different types of hair loss that can affect both men and women of all ages.

Some types of hairloss can affect the entire scalp showing more diffuse thinning, sometimes associated with stress or autoimmune disorders such as thyroid disease.

Alopecia Areata (AA) is a more focal type of alopecia showing round patches of hair loss.

How we can help.

Treatment for hair loss is based on the underlying cause and may include stopping or changing a medication, addressing an underlying medical condition such as anemia or thyroid disease, treating infections, or drug therapy. Causes of hair loss are complex and often multifactorial. A thorough work-up often requires lab studies and/or a scalp biopsy. We also offer PRP for hair loss.

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Psoriasis can appear anywhere, though it typically appears on the knees, elbows, scalp, hands, feet, or lower back.

How we can help.

Treatment options:

- Topical creams

- UV therapy

- Laser

- Oral medications

- Injectable Biologics

- Intra-lesional kenalog

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Symptoms of rosacea include:

- Spider-like blood vessels on the face

- A red flushing of the face

- Acne-like papules

- A stinging/burning sensation in the face

- In some extreme cases a red and bulbous nose

Factors that may cause your rosacea to flare up:

- Extreme temperatures

- Stress, anger or embarrassment

- Saunas

- Spicy foods

- Hot foods or beverages

- Alcohol

- Corticosteroids

How we can help.

There is currently no cure for rosacea, but many forms of treatment can help you manage this condition. Rosacea is often associated with a mite called demodex which can be addressed with the treatments below.

Treatment options:

- Topical medication (prescription-strength)

- Oral therapy

- Lasers

- Gentle skin-care products

- Sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher

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Sun Damage and Pre Cancer

Actinic keratoses (AKs) are considered PRECANCEROUS and have the potential to become a type of skin cancer called squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). In fact, 40-60% of squamous cell skin cancers begin as untreated AKs.

Fortunately, early diagnosis and treatment can prevent them from becoming cancerous. There is a variety of treatment options for this skin condition.


Treatment Options andProcedures for Actinic Keratoses


Shave removal



Topical Creams

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There are many different types of acne such as:

- Acne scars

- Black heads and Whiteheads

- Inflammatory Pimples

- Nodular Cysts

- Acne Rosacea

Many people with persistent acne have tried every type of over-the-counter cream, cleanser, and solution available, only to be disappointed with the results. Others who are developing acne for the first time are unsure of how they can regain the clear, smooth skin they had before.

For acne sufferers of all degrees and ages, our dermatology team can offer insightful solutions for eliminating various forms of acne.

How we can help.

Our team will put together a comprehensive and personalized plan to help you achieve clear skin.

Treatment options:

- Topical medication (prescription-strength)

- Oral antibiotics

- Hormonal therapy

- Accutane (Isotretinoin)

- Chemical peels

- Extractions

- Steroid injections

- Laser

- Microneedling

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Warts are caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and are contagious.

While anyone can get warts, some people are more prone to acquiring the HPV virus than others such as as those with weakened immune systems.

How we can help.

Without treatment, most warts resolve in a matter of months to years.

A variety of medical treatments can help to treat this condition more quickly, including:

- Salicylic acid

- Cryotherapy (liquid nitrogen)

- Electrodessication

- Shaving

- Cantharidin

- Laser

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