Our cosmetic dermatologists at Rendon Center are experienced in a wide variety of skin services to improve the look, feel and health of your skin. We specialize in rejuvenating and transformative treatments including Botox, dermal fillers, laser hair removal, along with many other cosmetic dermatology procedures.
Our goal is to provide personalized care to each and every patient, helping you achieve beautiful results and utilizing some of the most innovative technologies available today. We assist with skin, hair, and nail concerns that affect our patients’ health and beauty.
Cosmetic dermatologic procedures are performed to address specific skin concerns and enhance your appearance. In most cases, these procedures are minimally-invasive. Cosmetic dermatology focuses on reducing lines and wrinkles, improving your skin’s tone and texture, and reducing the appearance of acne scars. Some of the most commonly requested cosmetic dermatologic procedures include dermal fillers, BOTOX Cosmetic, chemical peels, and laser treatments.
Medical dermatology focuses on skin concerns that require diagnosis and subsequent medical management. Some medical conditions that a dermatologist can treat are eczema, psoriasis, allergic reactions, hair loss, and skin cancer.
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What types of skin care concerns can a cosmetic dermatologist treat?
Some of the common skin conditions we provide treatment for include:
- Acne is a condition leading to clogged pores, pimples, cysts, and possibly scarring.
- Eczema (atopic dermatitis) is a chronic skin condition causing itchy, dry, inflamed skin.
- Hair Loss can strike men or women of any age, though it can typically be slowed or stopped with treatment.
- Psoriasis is a common, inflammatory condition, which can have a negative impact on your quality of life if left untreated.
- Rosacea is a skin disease causing redness and irritation of the facial skin, which worsens with time if not treated.
- Scars may be caused by a variety of events including acne, injury, or surgery. Nearly all can be reduced or eliminated.
- Nail Care includes treatment of diseases, fungal infections, and inflammatory conditions.
How Often Should I Have a Skin Check?
It’s recommended that you undergo a skin check once a year. If you have a history of malignant or pre-malignant skin lesions, your dermatologist may recommend skin checks every six months. It depends on your diagnosis and whether the lesion was malignant or not.
Can Cosmetic Dermatology Help Acne?
Yes, cosmetic dermatology can help improve or completely eliminate acne and scarring. Some patients respond well to topical treatments, such as prescription-grade salicylic acid, while others see improvement with laser treatment or chemical peels.
Is There Associated Downtime with Cosmetic Procedures?
Yes, depending on the cosmetic procedure you choose, you have a recovery period. Laser treatments and deeper chemical peels do have a recovery period, spanning a few days to a week or more. Be sure to discuss which procedures have associated downtime with your dermatologist so you have a better idea of whether it is right for you.
Will My Insurance Cover Cosmetic Dermatologic Procedures?
In most cases, cosmetic dermatologic procedures are not covered by insurance. However, if treatment is being performed due to a diagnosed medical condition, your insurance may cover the cost. It is a good idea to check with your insurance company to ensure the treatment you want to have is covered.
There are usually several treatment options for any kind of skin condition. If you have any problems with the appearance or health of your skin, call the Rendon Center at 561-750-0544 or fill out the form on this page to schedule an appointment.