Day: December 5, 2019

Hyperpigmentation and Melasma

Brown deposits of melanin and damaged cells accumulate in the superficial layers of the skin, causing discoloration, rough texture, fine lines and a dull complexion. Melasma presents as concentrated brown patches over the forehead, cheeks and chin often deeper in the skin, caused by hormonal changes, which worsen with sun exposure.  We help our clients

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Fine Lines

Lines between brows, over the forehead, around the eyes, across the upper lip and around the mouth become more noticeable as we age.  Most of us feel we have earned the laugh and smile lines, but sometimes our clients will comment they have been told they look angry or have a negative look due to

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Alopecia (Hair Loss)

Hair loss, also known as alopecia, is a common concern for both men and women. Hair loss treatments depend upon the underlying cause, one of the most common being androgenetic alopecia, also known as male pattern balding and female pattern hair loss. Alopecia areata is an autoimmune condition that, although not as prevalent, is regularly

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Acne

Teenage and adult acne is a common issue with our clients. Whether mild, moderate or severe, acne can affect self esteem.  Blackheads, whiteheads, cystic acne, pimples, and hormonal breakouts can all be managed safely and effectively. Our physicians and clinicians help our clients in a step-wise plan to manage acne effectively and regain their confidence.

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Toenail Fungus

Nail fungus, also called onychomycosis, is a common condition estimated to affect up to 10% of the population worldwide. It can cause nails to become yellow or discolored. As the infection advances, the nail can become thick, brittle and separated from the nail bed. It may also cause pain when wearing shoes or walking.  You

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Sun Damage

Brown and red discoloration, spider veins, leathery rough texture, wrinkles and laxity are all signs of damaged skin. The main contributor of sun damaged skin is the accumulated result of sun exposure over the years. The most common areas affected on the body are neck, chest, hands, arms and shoulders. Our goal is to help

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Stretch Marks and Scarring

Stretch marks may appear after a growth spurt, weight fluctuations, and after pregnancy. Stretch marks may initially be red and as they mature, become white due to loss of collagen and elastin in the skin. Scarring from trauma or injury, surgical scarring, or acne scarring may appear along with redness, texture changes, and thinning of

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Skin Conditions

Dr. Connick is a Family Physician with a Diploma in Practical Dermatology, which has given her the opportunity to gain expertise in the management of patients with skin conditions. She is accepting new patients with skin conditions, and specializes in acne management. Skin Conditions: Acne Management Actinic Keratosis Alopecia/Hair Loss Eczema Mole Checks Perioral Dermatitis

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Non-Surgical Fat Reduction With Cool Sculpting®

Diet resistant fat pads over the abdomen, flanks, thighs and hips may persist even with a healthy lifestyle and regular exercise. For those who are not interested in the risk of surgery, non-invasive permanent fat reduction and body contouring has become a very popular alternative to surgery. CoolSculpting® safely freezes and removes fat cells permanently

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Non-Invasive Fat Reduction With Cool Sculpting®

The Cool Way to Reduce Fat™ The CoolSculpting® procedure targets and freezes fat cells with cryolipolysis, a unique advanced cooling technology. Fat cells in the treated area are then eliminated through the body’s normal metabolic processes, gradually, in a way that does not harm the surrounding tissues. About the CoolSculpting® Procedure The CoolSculpting procedure eliminates

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