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Revealing the *Real* Results You Can Expect From CoolSculpting

You go in for your CoolSculpting appointment with high hopes. You’ve heard all the amazing things people have said about it, and you’re convinced that it’s going to erase all your trouble spots and give you the figure you’ve always wanted. But when you finally see the results, they’re subtle to say the least. What… read more

Morpheus8 versus Co2 Laser: Which is the Best Option for You?

If you’re considering getting a facial rejuvenation treatment, you may wonder whether Morpheus eight or a Co2 laser is the best option. Both of these treatments have their pros and cons, so it’s essential to understand the differences between them before deciding. This blog post will discuss the benefits of both treatments and help you… read more

Covid-19 Wrecked Your Hair, Here’s How to Grow it Back with PRP

Losing your hair to Covid-19-related stress and illness can be pretty upsetting. After all, your hair is part of your identity, and when it starts falling out, it can feel like you’re losing a part of yourself. Covid-19 has left plenty of damage in its wake, including hair loss. But don’t worry, you’re not alone…. read more

CoolSculpting Can Help You Get Beach-Ready

Summer is just around the corner, and if you’re already starting to think about getting beach-ready, CoolSculpting can help you achieve your goals. CoolSculpting results are proven, noticeable, and lasting, so you’ll look great from every angle! Here’s what you need to know. What is CoolSculpting? CoolSculpting is a non-surgical, FDA-cleared procedure that uses controlled… read more

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month!

Protect yourself and your family by learning more about this preventable disease. May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, and you know what that means! Time to break out the sunscreen, hats, and sunglasses, and avoid spending too much time in the sun. But seriously, why is skin cancer awareness month so important? For starters, skin… read more

Mother’s Day Event! Celebrate All the Amazing Moms with These Incredible Cosmetic Services

We hope you all are enjoying the month of May as much as we are at the Skin and Cancer Institute. What better way to celebrate this month than by treating Mom (or yourself) to some incredible cosmetic services? Our Mother’s Day Event is our biggest event of the year, and we want to use… read more

How Kybella Can Give You a Tighter, More Toned Jawline

Most people are bothered by excess fat under their chin. Zoom-heavy workdays (where chin issues are accentuated on camera) make it easy to see why. A study showed that approximately 70 percent of people are dissatisfied with their jawline. Kybella has become one of the go-to solutions for chin woes since the FDA approved it… read more

How Common Cancers Are Treated With Mohs Micrographic Surgery

Mohs is a surgical technique for removing skin cancer–one layer at a time. The dermatologist removes a layer of skin, looks at it under the microscope, and then only removes another layer of skin if cancer cells are still present. It’s considered the gold standard of skin cancer surgery and is favored above local excision…. read more

Skin Cysts And What To Do About Them

If you have a skin cyst, you probably dislike how it feels and looks. These hard nobs can be painful and make your skin look less than its best. While cysts are usually nothing serious (medically speaking), you may want to take them seriously if they bother you. What is a Cyst? Cysts are bumps… read more

UVA vs. UVB Rays: Why It Matters When Choosing Sunscreen?

One burns your skin, and the other ages it. That’s the difference between UVA and UVB rays. Think . . . UVA (Ages) and UVB (Burns)—if you want to remember it easily.  So, why bother knowing the difference? Because some sunscreens will only protect you against one type of ray, that’s why. Especially if they’re… read more

Got Skin in The Game? Let’s Protect It

You can protect your skin just by knowing your skin type. Your skin type tells you whether you need a minimum SPF of 30 or if 15 will do. It also tells you whether you need to start annual skin check-ups at age 30 or if you can wait until you’re 40. Your skin type… read more

How Lasers Can Reverse Sun Damaged Skin

Are you one of the people who grew up when it was “cool” to bake in the sun? It’s okay. You can admit it. After all, millions of people from your generation are right there with you. They’ve also accumulated sun damage. And with it the consequences, which include aged-looking skin and an increased risk… read more

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