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Hydrated Skin=Beautiful, Healthy Skin

Posted on 11. Jan, 2017 by .

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Hydrated Skin = Beautiful, Healthy Skin Water makes up over half of our body – over 60%. Water keeps us alive. Every cell, tissue and organ depends on it for survival. When our skin is hydrated , it is plump, firm and glowing. Every skin type can benefit from hydrating their skin – even oily […]

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Physician Strength Products

Posted on 19. Oct, 2016 by .

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Physician Strength Skin Care Products Products used at Abrams Dermatology are recommended and prescribed to treat skin care issues such as hyperpigmentation, post inflammatory hyperpigmentation, sun damage, acne, fine lines, enlarged pores and texture. Obagi and NeoCutis are our two main skincare lines. Obagi medical was founded in 1988 by skin care experts and is […]

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Telehealth is now offered at Abrams Dermatology

Posted on 22. Jul, 2016 by .

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Abrams Dermatology is one of the first dermatology practice in the area to offer their patients Teleheatlh services. Telehealth can be used for minor issues like acne flares, eczema flare, and skin lesion that would prefer to receive diagnosis for sooner than later while avoiding the commute to the doctor’s office.

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The VI Peel – The Painless Peel

Posted on 14. Apr, 2016 by .

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The VI Peel – the Painless Peel Exfoliation is the process of eliminating dead skin cells to reveal a smooth, refreshed complexion and can be performed with different methods. Chemical peels can be a very effective and efficient way of exfoliating the skin. Chemical peels vary in depth and strength. They can be very superficial, […]

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Brighter,Tighter, Smoother Skin

Brighter,Tighter, Smoother Skin

Posted on 04. Feb, 2016 by .

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Skin rejuvenation in three easy steps! Everyone wants a brighter, tighter and smoother complexion. You can achieve glowing, youthful skin now by combining two professional collagen stimulating treatments with medical grade skin care products containing growth factors. Collagen loss is a key factor in the aging process. As we age, the skin thins due to […]

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Is a Chemical Peel Right For You?

Posted on 06. Jan, 2016 by .

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Is a chemical peel right for you? Have you ever felt like your complexion looked dull and lifeless? Rough and uneven in color and texture? If so, a chemical peel may be just the treatment for you. Chemical peels can help reveal a healthier, youthful skin. With chemical peels you can improve fine lines, brown […]

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Double Chin? No Problem..!

Posted on 06. Nov, 2015 by .

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Double Chin? No problem – you can now improve your profile without surgery! Introducing Kybella, the first and only FDA approved nonsurgical treatment that improves the appearance of submental fullness – or “double chin”. What is submental fullness? Submental fullness is a accumulation of fat under the chin area. Men and women both experience this […]

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Getting the red out safely and effectively, Spider Veins and Blood Vessels

Posted on 04. Nov, 2015 by .

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Laser therapy began in the early 1960’s with the Ruby laser.  The ruby laser was a “new way” to treat vascular lesions with its focus on absorption of hemoglobin in a non specific fashion.  The down side to this laser was destruction of tissue which in turn caused higher rates of scarring which led to […]

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Is there help for Stretch Marks?

Posted on 25. Sep, 2015 by .

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Stretch marks can happen to anyone at anytime.  Stretch marks are scar like bands of skin that has been stretched beyond its natural capacity. This can happen in pregnancy or at times when growth is accelerated when working the muscles out and of course when we become overweight.  Over time stretch marks will recede and […]

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Hyperpigmentation and Hydroquinone – Treating your spots

Posted on 10. Sep, 2015 by .

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Hyperpigmentation or darkening of the skin, is a very common skin concern for all ages. There are many factors that contribute to hyperpigmentation – some examples being sun damage, genetics, acne and inflammation of the skin. Age spots or brown spots are examples of sun damage.  Melasma is a hormonal condition that presents as symmetric […]

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