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In your teens, you fuss and stress over the changes that your maturing body does to your teen skin. Yet, once you leave your teens, you spend the rest of your life trying to regain the beauty and firmness that your skin once had with a variety of dermatologic treatments.
In Your 20’S You Are Full Of Life And Energy.Rarely Do You Think About Things Like Skin Protection, Skin Care, And Preventing The Effects Of Aging, But By Taking Care Of Your Skin At An Early Age, You Can Keep Your Twenty-Something Glow Well Into Your 30’S And 40’S.
Many also don’t know that skin cancer is the most common type of cancer for people in their 20’s, making it ever so important to have a dermatologist you trust early on. The board certified dermatologists at venus center offer advanced skin care treatments for patients of all ages.
Many patients between the ages of 20 and 29 are concerned about:
Some of the most common skin care treatments used to address these issues for our patients between the ages of 20 and 29 are:
In recent years, the dermatologic community has found that Botox/Dysport/Xeomin injections prior to the development of wrinkles may actually prevent deep wrinkles from forming. Most facial wrinkles are the result of years of dynamic muscle movement, so when Botox/Dysport/Xeomin is used regularly to relax some of the common wrinkle-producing muscles in the face in the 20’s, the skin is more likely to stay smooth and youthful well into the 30’s and 40’s!
Are you tired of shaving constantly? Always getting razor burn or nicking your skin? Laser hair removal may be a great option for you! Our San Diego laser experts provide long-lasting laser hair removal results for a variety of treatment areas, including:
An effective option for reducing hair in both men and women, laser hair removal in Tirana generally takes about 5 treatment sessions to see best results, but requires no downtime after treatment. We have 4 different laser modalities to ensure that the perfect laser is used for your specific skin and hair type.
Life is busy in your 30’s and this the time when the aging process of the skin begins to speed up. Did you recently notice your first wrinkle? While the skin is still producing collagen and elastin, some wrinkles may become evident, skin texture may begin to change, and skin care concerns shift.
Many patients in their 30’s are concerned with:
The board-certified dermatologists commonly treat these skin concerns in patients in their 30’s with procedures such as:
When You Enter Your 30’S The Battle Against Wrinkles Plays A Slightly More Prominent Role In Your Skin Care Routine. Botox Cosmetic/Dysport/Xeomin Are Commonly Used To Smooth, Even Prevent, Wrinkles Caused By Dynamic Muscle Movement, Such As Frown Lines And Crow’s Feet. Dermal Fillers, Like Juvederm, Restylane, Radiesse, Boletero On The Other Hand, Fill In Wrinkles And Hollows Caused By Volume Loss. We All Lose Some Facial Volume With Age, But The Severity And Location Varies From One Individual To The Next, And Some May Start Noticing It As Early As 30.
Our board-certified dermatologists commonly treat men and women in their 30’s using a combination of injectable treatments to maintain a youthful appearance, and even prevent deep wrinkles from forming. In a procedure known as a liquid facelift, our doctors can tailor an injectable treatment plan to your unique needs. Some of the most commonly used injectables are:
Skin Care In Your 30’S At Cosmetic Laser Dermatology
If you are in your 30’s and looking to rejuvenate your skin, contact the skin care specialists atVenus Center . Our board-certified dermatologists will meet with you to discuss your skin care goals and create a customized treatment plan just for you. Call us at (355) 682293633 today!
When you enter your 40’s, anti-aging and taking care of your skin seems a bit more important as you begin to experience more drastic changes. It is around this time that wrinkles start to appear deeper, fine lines become bigger, and skin texture really changes. A great skin care regimen and an experienced dermatologist are critical to maintaining healthy, glowing skin in your 40’s and beyond.
Your life is right on track and you are able to enjoy it with the perspective that only experience and maturity can bring. You are thinking more about your health and taking care of yourself to stay active and you want to look as young as you feel.
Here at venus center , patients in their 50’s look to take a few years off their appearance and rejuvenate their visage. Some of the common concerns we hear from our fifty-something patients involve:
While the exact treatment recommended is always customized to the individual’s unique condition, our doctors often perform the following cutting-edge treatments to address the concerns of our patients in their 50’s:
Fractional laser resurfacing is a popular treatment for our patients between the ages of 50 and 59, as it offers significant facial rejuvenation and treats a variety of common problems, including:
During your consultation with one of our expert dermatologists , they will be able to customize your fractional resurfacing treatment with a variety of devices to treat your specific areas of concern. The fractional resurfacing procedure works by creating thousands of small microthermal zones in the skin to stimulate the skin to repair itself and create fresh, new, healthy skin. You will experience some swelling, redness, and slight discomfort after the procedure that can last for about 1-2 weeks as the skin repairs itself. With a good skincare regimen and protection, the results are long-lasting.
In your 60’s you may be reveling in the joy of retirement. But just because you are retired, doesn’t mean you want to look retired. In your 60’s your skin is noticeably lax, and thinner and drier than in years past. The natural aging process takes a more visible toll on the body, but with the help of the experts at Cosmetic Laser Dermatology, you can rejuvenate your skin and take years off your appearance! Some of the most frequent concerns expressed by patients age 60 and older are:
Our board-certified dermatologists are laser, injectable, hair restoration, and vein experts who commonly treat these problems with treatments including:
Fractional laser resurfacing is a laser procedure used to treat a number of skin conditions, including, but not limited to:
When performed by a laser expert such as those here at venus center , fractional resurfacing is a safe and effective manner of improving the overall appearance of aging skin. Our board-certified dermatologists have a number of the most advanced laser devices to choose from depending on your specific skin condition and will customize your skin resurfacing plan to your specific goals.
Another common occurrence in the natural aging process is a loss of volume in the face. Areas such as the cheeks, temples, and under eyes lose volume and can appear sunken or hollow. Through the injection of dermal fillers, our board-certified dermatologists can fill in these hollow areas to plump and rejuvenate the face. Some of the most common facial fillers used to treat volume loss in the 60’s are:
During your consultation, the doctor will discuss with you your problem areas and your goals, and create an injectable treatment plan that will provide you with the best, most natural looking result. It is quite common to use a combination of dermal fillers and neuromodulators such as Botox, Xeomin, or Dysport venus center to achieve the ideal result.
Dermatologist examines mole on patient’s neck
While sheltering in place during the coronavirus pandemic, people are tackling all sorts of DIY projects from baking bread to sewing COVID-19 masks. Some people are even trying DIY surgeries, such as removing a mole or skin tag.
Dermatologists caution that at-home surgery can go seriously wrong quickly and unexpectedly. Trying to remove a mole or skin tag at home could cause a deep-seated infection. You could cause unstoppable blood loss. To get life-saving care, you’d have to go to the emergency room (ER).
If you have a mole or skin tag that you want to remove, you can still contact a dermatologist.
During the coronavirus pandemic, some dermatologists offer telemedicine appointments. This allows you to consult with a dermatologist while sheltering in place. If the spot on your skin needs immediate care, you can schedule an in-person visit.
Whether the spot on your skin requires immediate medical care or can be removed later, you want to see a dermatologist. Here are five reasons why:
A mole that grows, itches, or changes in any way could be skin cancer.
If you remove this mole at home, the cancer can spread before it’s found.
Find and treat skin cancer. Skin cancer can appear on your skin in many ways. It can look like a changing mole, new growth, or scar. When you see a dermatologist, you receive the care you need to find out whether or not you have skin cancer. If you have skin cancer, you can receive expert medical care.
If you remove a mole at home that’s actually a skin cancer, you can leave behind microscopic cancer cells. These cancer cells can multiply and spread deep into the tissue beneath your skin. If you have melanoma, these skin cancer cells can spread quickly throughout the body. This is why melanoma is called the deadliest skin cancer.
Caught early and treated, melanoma is highly treatable.
Control infection risk. When doctors cut into skin, they follow guidelines that dramatically reduce the risk of infection. Without this knowledge, you risk developing a serious infection, which can require a trip to the ER.
Minimize scarring. Any time you wound your skin, you risk developing a scar. Dermatologists have the expertise required to reduce scarring.
Prevent loss of movement due to scarring. If you cause a scar on skin that covers a joint, such as a knuckle or elbow, the scar can limit how far you can move your finger or elbow. Dermatologists understand this risk and use their expertise to help avoid this.
Avoid difficult-to-stop blood loss. Before treating you, your dermatologist will ask questions about your medical conditions and medications that you take. This information helps your dermatologist know what could cause difficult-to-stop bleeding and take necessary precautions.
Dermatologists also have the in-depth medical expertise required to remove skin growths with the least amount of injury. Without this knowledge, it’s easy for you to nick a blood vessel or cut into a vein unexpectedly.
It’s understandable that you may want to do everything you can to treat yourself at home during the coronavirus pandemic. Dermatologists are helping people do this when possible. They’re also providing information to help you avoid unnecessary risks, such as DIY mole removal.