At Rendon Center for Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine, we encourage patients to take the time to learn about all we have to offer when it comes to surgical and non-surgical cosmetic solutions. We want patients to feel comfortable having all of their aesthetic treatments done within our practice without needing referrals to other specialists. This is why we employ the assistance of Dr. Patricia L. Rooney, a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon in the area who provides quality care and attention for patients who are interested in receiving surgical solutions.
Surgery is an option for patients who need corrections that non-surgical options cannot address. For example, the signs of aging may be more severe to the point surgery is necessary to achieve desirable results. Surgery may also be needed in situations when patients need reconstruction, such as the correction of injuries, disease, birth defects, cancer, infection, or previous medical procedures. A plastic surgeon can offer some services that non-surgical treatments cannot improve, so it is important to keep this in mind when determining the results desired.
Non-surgical cosmetic solutions are readily available at the Rendon Center for Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine. From anti-aging to hair removal, cosmetic treatments are becoming more popular as patients realize how attainable they are. We encourage patients to ask about some of the solutions available including tattoo removal, laser hair removal, dermal fillers, laser therapies, and neuromodulator injections. These aesthetic services have been available at our practice and have assisted both men and women in looking better and feeling more confident in their own skin. Many patients are excited to learn about all they can do with their face and body for a more beautiful, natural appearance.
If you live in or around the area of Boca Raton and are interested in finding out more about surgical and non-surgical cosmetic solutions, contact the team at Rendon Center for Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine today. We recommend patients make a consultation appointment and ask questions about the ways in which they can achieve a more attractive appearance with aesthetic work or reconstructive surgery.