Botox Injections

How Do Botox and Fillers Differ?

5 Differences between Fillers and Botox Wrinkle treatment options are increasingly abundant. There are numerous over-the-counter products, and people are also turning to their healthcare providers for longer-lasting options. Botulinum toxin type A (Botox) and dermal fillers are both long-lasting treatments. Each procedure can be used for wrinkles and lines, but there are several differences…

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Cysts are puss-filled pockets that form beneath the surface of the skin. Although typically painless, a ruptured or infected cyst should be immediately treated by a trained dermatologist. Cortisone injections, fluid draining, or surgical removal are just a few ways that unwanted cysts are effectively treated.

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Moles are dark, flesh-colored growths that occur when skin cells are produced in a cluster. While most are benign, moles that become raised or change color over time can be early indicators of a dangerous form of skin cancer called melanoma. Our dermatologists can remove unwanted moles throughout your body as well as monitor the…

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Acne is an often embarrassing skin condition in which clogged pores, pustules, cysts, or nodules are caused by a build-up of bacteria on the skin’s surface. Often experienced during adolescence, unwanted acne or acne scarring can follow us into our adult years as well. These unsightly blemishes can occur on the face, chest, or back…

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