Published: August 29, 2013
Do you suffer from Melasma, hyperpigmentation, acne, acne scarring, or fine lines and wrinkles? We have something that all of you will love! It’s a medical-grade combination peel, that is safe for all skin types. The application takes about 30 minute in-office, and results are noticeable after just one peel. To achieve dramatic results, a series will be required. I personally have hyperpigmentation, and … Continue reading Peel back the new you
Are you one of the 85% of people that struggle with acne? Many of us think that acne is primarily an issue that is associated with puberty; but acne is not restricted to any age group. In fact, it is becoming far more common to experience acne or problems with your skin as an adult. Adults in their 20s, 30s, 40s – even into their 50s- can develop acne. This is due to many factors, but hormones are usually the main culprit; as hormone fluctuations are just as eratic in our adult years as they are in our teenage years.
However, the good news is that scientific research has led to many new product options and changes in existing treatment options. Acne is not permanent and there are a wide range of solutions for each individual skin type and specific skin concerns.
Working with a skin care professional can help you narrow down your options and seem less overwhelming. No matter what your age or particular skin challenges are; we feel confident we can help you achieve your best skin! Call today to schedule an appointment with one of our highly trained skin specialists. We hope to see you soon!
Published: August 19, 2013
Have you ever considered cosmetic procedures but thought is just wasn’t in your budget? CareCredit has a variety of great options for cosmetic procedure financing. Whether it’s surgery or skin care products you can use your CareCredit card! They have multiple options with 0% interest, or if you would rather a lower monthly payment you … Continue reading CareCredit
Published: August 1, 2013
I love this product! It’s one of my favorites that we sell here at The Rose Clinic. Some of the amazing benefits are that it reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, diminishes the appearance of photo-aged/photo damaged skin, acne, melasma and congested pores. It also smoothes and softens skin texture.
Published: June 26, 2013
Did you know that Botox can effectively treat jaw pain and over use? If you find yourself clenching your jaw so much it creates pain, makes it hard to chew or makes your jaw stiff then Botox may be a good option for you. Dr. Rose injects a very small amount of Botox into your jaw muscle … Continue reading Botox injections in jaw
Published: June 25, 2013
We are happy to now offer the 1st and only FDA approved topical silicone scar treatment which also contains SPF, bioCorneum®+. The patented silicone formulation in bioCorneum®+ has been shown to flatten, soften, and smooth scars, reduce discoloration, as well as relieve associated itch, pain and discomfort of scars. You can not only use this … Continue reading bioCorneum®+ Scar Treatment
Published: June 21, 2013
Have you ever thought about changing the appearance of your nose but are not ready for surgery? We have a great option called a liquid nose job. By using fillers Dr. Rose is able to significantly improve the appearance of your nose in the office without having to undergo surgery. With a quick office visit … Continue reading Liquid Nose Job
Published: April 12, 2013
Have you been thinking about cosmetic surgery but are worried about the pain that comes along with it? We have something to ease your mind! With an injection that is given by Dr. Rose in surgery your pain can be controlled for up to 3 days after surgery! After surgery with your pain controlled from … Continue reading Post Operative Pain Control
Published: February 26, 2013
In order for a surgeon to become board certified they must go through a long demanding process that takes years to complete. The following training is required before a surgeon can be board certified: – Four years of medical school – One year of internship in General Surgery – Three or more years residency in … Continue reading The Importance of a Board Certified Surgeon
Published: February 21, 2013
One of the most commly asked questions we get at The Rose Clinic for Plastic and Migraine Surgery is “what is the difference between saline and silicone?”. to help answer this question, a saline implant consists of a silicone shell that is filled with saline (salt water) solution after the implant is placed. A silicone implant is … Continue reading Saline or Silicone?