Research by Cosmetic Dermatology

Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers help our patients in the Greater Houston, TX, area achieve smooth, youthful-looking skin. These FDA-approved injectable treatments can add volume to the face and address the signs of aging, sun damage, and more. Fillers are primarily used to plump up the lips and cheeks or reduce the appearance of wrinkles and scars. Our …

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BOTOX® Cosmetic

Every time we smile, squint, or frown, our facial muscles contract, causing the skin to crease and wrinkle. Over time, as the skin loses its elasticity, these lines become etched in the skin. Frown lines, crow’s feet, and forehead wrinkles can age your face and project a sad or angry appearance. Women and men choose …

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Tattoo Removal

Tattoo Treatment Many patients have tattoos they sometimes wish they did not during certain life events. Although tattoos are considered artwork and in-style for many, there are many who are choosing to have them removed. In these cases, there are some options for many types of tattoos, however, not all can be removed due to …

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Sun Damage Treatment

The Effects of Sun Damage It has always been fun to lounge in the sun but sun damage can hurt your healthy skin over time. Too much exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet rays (UV) will certainly place you at risk for skin cancer, actinic keratosis, age spots, freckles, dry skin, wrinkles and early aging signs …

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Stretch Mark Treatment

What Causes Stretch Marks? Stretch marks are striae (lesions) that are usually long and narrow resembling stripes or lines on the skin. They usually appear red or purple in tint and will fade over time into white or silvery lines. They can also have a different texture other than that of smoother skin surrounding the …

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Skin Laxity Treatment

What is Skin Laxity? Skin laxity is a condition caused by many factors. Most times this condition is genetic, however, many other factors can evolve this condition. Factors can be both intrinsic (natural causes) or extrinsic (outside causes). These may all include aging of the skin, weight fluctuations, environmental factors such as sun exposure, smoking, …

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