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UltherapyTighten your facial skin. Look 10 years with Ultherapy. Ultherapy is a nonsurgical procedure that tightens skin on the face and neck. Call us to learn more about how we can help you choose the best treatment to give you a more youthful appearance. Ultherapy uses ultrasound rays to stimulate the production of collagen which is the body's own skin repair/skin tightening agent. It lifts the eyebrows, neck and under the chin. Ultherapy has been approved by the FDA. We have board certified to help you tighten your skin and look your best.
The treatment:In Ultherapy treatment, ultrasound waves are pressed against the skin with a hand held device which allows for deep penetration of the skin and stimulates the production of collagen, the body's natural skin tightening agent. Ultrasound therapy is different from laser light therapy in that ultrasound can go deeper into the skin than laser spectrum light, without causing damage. Treatments last 60-90 minutes for the face and neck. Approximately 30 minutes for the chest. Typically only one treatment is required. However, as the skin ages additional treatments may be desired to maintain your appearance. Consult with your dermatologist for the best plan for you. [caption id="attachment_856" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Ultherapy: Before and after[/caption]
Am I a good candidate for Ultherapy treatment?If you have loose skin around your eyebrows, neck, under the chin, face, and decolletage (the low neckline just below the clavicle or collar bone.) then you may be a good candidate for Ultherapy. Ultherapy is for older people with sagging skin. It generally is not used to correct blemishes, acne scars or scars in general.
Post-treatment expectationsYou should expect tighter skin and a more youthful appearance. Directly after the treatment there may be some redness but this should disappear after a few hours. There may also be some slight swelling and tenderness to the touch. These symptoms are usually temporary. If they persist contact your dermatologist immediately. There is no downtime after Ultherapy treatment, so you can resume your daily routine immediately.
CostUltherapy treatment costs range from $2000-$3000 for one session. Usually only one session is needed to achieve positive results.
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DermatitisDermatitis is also known as atopic dermatitis or eczema. About 35 million people in the United States suffer from it which is about 1-3% of adults. About 10-20% of children mostly below the age of 5 also suffer from it. So if you have dermatitis symptoms you are not alone. Call a board certified dermatologist to resolve your dermatitis.
What is Dermatitis?Dermatitis, also known as eczema is an autoimmune skin condition that results in dry, itchy, peeling and some times red skin. In some cases, the skin can retain fluid. Dermatitis is often a reaction to allergies, stress or hereditary predisposition. Dermatitis typically has two different types of causes, allergic reactions and irritants. Baby eczema or baby dermatitis can be alarming as parents try to figure out the cause of the baby's eczema – allergic or irritant.
Different types of Dermatitis
Atopic DermatitisAtopic Dermatitis is itchy, dry and often peeling skin. Sometimes it can appear to be red and scaly as well. Dermatitis can be caused by allergic reactions to food, irritation from fragrance soaps and detergents, excessive bathing, stress, changes in weather from dry to cold,. Mild atopic dermatitis can appear as a common skin rash. After noticing the appearance of atopic dermatitis review your diet over the past 24-48 hours. This may provide clues to the reason for the outbreak of dermatitis. Also, avoid excessive bathing, use a non-fragrance moisturizer, use non-fragrance soaps and detergents, wear soft fabric clothing and avoid coarse fabrics like wool as you resolve your outbreak of dermatitis.
Seborrheic DermatitisSeborrheic dermatitis is a condition that is a form of eczema that affects the scalp. In infants it is commonly called “cradle cap.” It presents with dry and flaky skin on the scalp, it is very close to dandruff. Seborrheic dermatitis however, is a greasy peeling on the scalp, which can extend to the face, eye brows. Seborrheic dermatitis sometimes will extend to the back and abdomen.
Cradle cap or seborrheic dermatitis in infants is a condition that is characterized by thick, yellow, peeling skin on the head of infants and some toddlers. 10-20% of infants have this for of dermatitis. Seborrheic dermatitis in infants, or cradle cap is also known as baby eczema. Although alarming to new mothers, the condition is easily treated by a dermatologist.
Contact DermatitisContact Dermatitis is when a patient develops a rash after touching something and developing an allergic reaction. The symptoms of this form of dermatitis usually appear within 10 days. In this form of dermatitis, it is important to review what the patient touched. Be sure to consider excessive bathing, soaps and detergents etc. when formulating the source of contact dermatitis.
Dyshidrotic EczemaDyshidrotic eczema or dyshidrosis is when there are blisters on the sole of the feet, hands and/or fingertips. The blister can be filled with fluid. Men are affected by the Dyshidrotic eczema or dyshidrosis 50% less than women. The condition normally lasts for 4 weeks and is caused by allergies and/or stress. It can be effectively treated with moisturizing lotions, vaseline, mineral oil, corisone or steriod based ointments in severe cases. If you have a Dyshidrotic eczema or dyshidrosis outbreak, it is wise to first evaluate your diet and the last food items that were consumed. Dyshidrotic eczema or dyshidrosis can be quite alarming so it is important to call a dermatologist.
Nummular DermatitisNummular dermatitis is oval or round shaped itchy patches of dry skin. As they dry out they can appear similar to psoriasis or ring worm. Frequent bathing, wool and perfumed soaps can make the condition worse. The condition tends to be chronic with intermittent flare ups. The condition can be controlled with cortisone ointments. Overall it is important to keep the skin lubricated with a non-fragrance lotion. Do not shower more than once per day. Before drying off, apply a non-fragrance lotion to lock in the water on your skin. There are 200,000 to 1 million cases of nummular dermatitis cases each year.
Dermatitis HerpetiformisDermatitis Herpetiformis are bumps and blisters that look like herpes lesions but are not caused by the herpes virus. The Dermatitis Herpetiformis resolves itself after the patient adheres to a strict Glutten free diet. People of northern European descent are more likely to develop this condition than those of African or Asian heritage to develop DH. The condition is somewhat more common in men than women. And men are more likely to have atypical oral or genital lesions.
Dermatitis DietThe best way to find out if your diet is the cause of your dermatitis --limit your diet to food with minimal chemical content. Below is a list of 7 foods you can eat that have minimal amounts of chemicals and should allow you to isolate your diet as a cause of your outbreak. The foods include: Bananas Beef or chicken broth Potatoes Green onions Buckwheat Rice milk Mung bean sprouts
TreatmentTreatment usually requires moisturizers and steroid creams in severe cases. It's important to be mindful of your diet to ensure that you don't consume food that may cause an allergic reaction. Check list: Diet (avoid food allergies) Bathing (avoid excessive bathing) Avoid harsh and heavily fragranced soaps/detergents Use moisturizing lotions, mineral oils, vaseline (apply while still wet from bath/shower)
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