What is a good way to get rid of acne?

A good acne regimen addresses the exact type of acne lesions for that particular patient. There are many different ingredients and combinations that can be used. For example, prescription-strength retinoids retrain the cells to shed as they are supposed to. Benzoyl peroxide preparations can help clean out the pores. Antibiotics help decrease the bacteria and inflammation associated with acne.

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What causes acne?

Acne develops at the microscopic level as the skin cells of the face clog the pores and then an inflammatory cascade occurs bringing in the redness and pus of a “zit”. Dermatologists understand acne at this microscopic level and can offer treatments that train the cells to stop acne before it starts.

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Are fillers safe?

Although there are very rare adverse reactions with fillers, having this procedure performed by a board-certified dermatologist greatly reduces the risks. Board-certified dermatologists are experts in facial anatomy and restoring and rejuvenating the face in the most natural way and in the safest way possible.

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What is filler used for?

We all essentially “deflate” as we age. We lose bone structure, fat, and collagen and elastin as a natural part of the aging process. Fillers “refill” these deflated areas lifting sagging cheeks and filling droopy wrinkles that develop in the lower face.

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What are Botox and Dysport used for?

Botox and Dysport are used to soften wrinkles on your face that have developed from years of using those facial muscles. The most popular areas to use Botox and Dysport are the frown lines (11s) in between your eyebrows that make you look angry. Using Botox or Dysport in this area lifts your brows to give you a friendlier appearance.…

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COVID – 19 Updates

Dear Renew Dermatology Patients,   We are thrilled to announce that beginning Monday, May 4th we will begin to see patients in the office! While we are thankful for the ability to provide services via telemedicine, the entire Renew Family looks forward to seeing patients in person again! Important to note, we are still not in a “business as usual…

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Losing more hair than usual?

Losing more hair than usual?

Losing more hair than usual? Stress could be the culprit. Since the start of this pandemic, the “unprecedented” and “trying” times have felt endless. Routines have been disrupted, safety has been compromised, and conflicting data is found wherever we look for answers. There is a type of diffuse (non-patterned) hair loss that sometimes occurs after stressful events called telogen effluvium.…

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What does telederm mean?

What does telederm mean?

RENEW DERMATOLOGY IS NOW OFFERING TELEDERMATOLOGY Some of you may ask “What does telederm mean?” Telemedicine, in general, is the use of various forms of modern communication technologies to communicate with patients remotely when patients and physicians or providers aren’t able to have an in-person visit. This can be done with audio, visual or data forms of communication. With TeleDermatology…

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