Dr. Prashant Soni, Board Certified Cosmetic & Plastic Surgeon at Advanced Specialty Care explains the differences between breast implant options including the pros and cons of each type.Silicone, smooth, saline, textured, gel, gummy bear. What does any of this mean?
We understand that considering breast implants can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be! We’ve put together a guide to help you understand which implant options are available and which may be right for you.
Jessica Mangiaracina, Dermatology PA and skincare expert, shares some of her favorite medical grade skincare products that she uses in her own daily regimen and explains the difference between medical grade and over-the-counter. And yes, there really is a difference!
Don’t get me wrong I’m all for sheet masks and toners, and jelly or oil cleansers! I love mixing the over-the-counter with my medical grade skincare products, but I choose and recommend the medical grade products every time because I know they’re effective for stimulating collagen, smoothing skin texture, minimizing brown spots, treating acne and leaving us with glowing skin.
What if you could harness the power of your own natural platelets to rejuvenate your skin and fuel cellular growth and collagen production?
Believe it or not, MicroNeedling with Platelet Rich Plasma does just that.
On its own, MicroNeedling is already an effective and proven aesthetic treatment for reducing fine lines, acne scars, brown spots, enlarged pores and improving the overall appearance of your skin. Augment with your own platelet rich plasma you’re left with a treatment that’s not only chock full of benefits, but natural too!
In honor of National Psoriasis Awareness month, Advanced Specialty Care’s Medical Assistant, Meghan Gomez, opens up about her personal experience living with psoriasis by sharing five things someone with psoriasis wants you to know!
You might look into the mirror and see those pesky broken blood vessels on your cheeks or around your nose and say to yourself, “I wish I could get rid of them or at least lesson their appearance!” Well you can! The newest technology in IPL (Intense Pulsed Light therapy) helps lesson or eliminate the size and color of broken blood vessels, hemangiomas and red areas on the face caused by different vascular skin issues.
Can a medication used to treat high blood pressure also treat female hormonal acne? Advanced Specialty Care’s Dermatology PA, Jessica Mangiaracina, shares her own personal experience and weighs-in on a recent article about the use of Spironolactone to treat women’s acne.
Spironolactone is a great drug to use for the right patient: female adult cystic acne that flares around the menstrual cycle. It is questionable whether it will replace antibiotic treatments. The reason for that is because it is a long term medication and takes about 3-4 months to see results from it.
Is the summer season making you think about ways to burn fat without spending excessive time at the gym or attempting various diets? Today, many people are looking for comfortable ways to improve their appearance and self-image with minimal recovery time or life interruption. That’s the idea behind truSculpt, a non-invasive technology that can be customized to treat the arms, buttocks, thighs, love handles, back, bra wings and abdomen.
Ever wonder where those freckles on your skin are from? Or maybe you’ve discovered different, new spots on your skin. What are those and where did they come from? Here we give an overview of freckles and sunspots, where they come from and what’s the difference between the two.