Treatment of sun damage

Long term sun exposure causes skin damage including wrinkles, age spots and change in skin texture.

Over time, the sun's ultraviolet (UV) light can damage our skin's elastin, breaking down essential proteins in our skin that help hold elasticity and substance. When these fibers are compromised our skin begins to sag, stretch, lose elasticity, and even alter our skin's pigmentation.

There are a variety of options available to treat such skin irregularities due to the damaging rays of the sun.  To improve the signs of sun damage and aging for all skin types, a variety of modalities are available including the following:

  • IPL photorejuvenation;
  • Microdermabrasion;
  • Laser facial;
  • Chemical peel;
  • Therapeutic skincare regimens.



Other Medical Dermatology

Treatment of Actinic Keratosis - Precancer

Actinic Keratoses (AKs) are rough, scaly patches on the skin caused by excessive exposure to the sun. AKs can sometimes progress into dangerous skin

Removal of benign growths (moles and cysts)

Moles or cysts  may become uncomfortable or worrisome. Proper evaluation by a dermatologist is needed before considering treatment options. Common

Removal of skin tags

A skin tag, medically known as acrochordon, is a small, benign flap of flesh-colored tissue that hangs off the skin by a small, narrow connecting

Removal and treatment of warts

Warts are generally harmless, but genital warts should be taken seriously. There are many treatment options for warts, although often warts reappear

Skin Cancer surgery

There are many treatments for skin cancer. Options for treatment depend on may factors including: Type of skin cancer. Where the skin cancer

Skin Biopsies

Skin biopsy is an important diagnostic tool for skin disorders. During this minor office procedure a small piece of skin is removed for examination