Island Dermatology offers a full range of non-invasive state-of-the-art cosmetic skin care services to help enhance a very natural look.
Fast, gentle and virtually painless technique to smooth and soften wrinkles of the forehead, the frown lines, and around the eyes. Results last from 4 to 6 months.
Botox therapy is used in the treatment of excessive sweatiness of the underarms, palms, and face (called hyperhidrosis).
Results from Botox therapy for hyperhidrosis can last from 6-8 months.
This technique uses hyaluronic acid, a natural product found in the skin, to soften and diminish wrinkles and contour lines on the lower part of the face. The effect is immediate and safe. Results last from 6-8 months.
Voluma is the longest lasting facial filler, lasting up to 2 years.
Voluma is the only hyaluronic acid filler approved to specifically contour and volumize the midface.
Kybella is the only FDA approved injectable treatment that destroys fat cells in the treatment area under the chin to improve your profile.
Glycolic / Salicylic / Trichloroacetic Acid
Rejuvenating peels are used in treating sun spots (brown spots), fine lines, precancerous lesions and acne. They offer long lasting results and greatly improve skin texture.
Sclerotherapy, is the injection of a specialized solution into spider veins to make them disappear. This procedure is the gold standard in treating small leg veins (spider vein). 1 to 3 treatment sessions a recommended for optimal results.
Moles are dark spots or irregularities found on the skin. They come in various shapes and sizes. Moles can appear anywhere on the skin -- from head to toe, in groups, or by themselves. They can be present at birth or appear over time. Some moles can be unattractive and warrant removal cosmetically or for medical reasons. Mole removal is a great solution for those wanting to improve their appearance and reduce associated health risks.
Skin tags are small, unsightly growths that develop around the eyes, neck, armpits, and groin. They look like small little balls of skin attached to the body by a thin stalk. The medical name is acrochordon or fibroepithelial polyp. They are largely harmless and, with the exception of one rare variant, are not cancerous.
The tendency to develop skin tags is inherited but being overweight is also a contributing factor. The exact cause is unknown, but frictional pressure of skin rubbing against skin may be an influence. Skin tags may need treatment if they become inflamed or necrotic, but generally are considered a cosmetic problem.
Below are photos of common skin growths that we see and remove for our patients.
Seborrheic Keratosis 'Barnacles'