Surgical Services


Our team is devoted to providing you with personalized care and the most advanced treatment options available.  

We look forward to helping you achieve and maintain your health and aesthetic goals.

Subcision, bringing a scar closer to the skin's surface, tends to make it less noticeable. Another type of acne scar surgery involves breaking up scar tissue, mainly for treating depressed acne scars. Subcision is well tolerated and easily performed in the office under local anesthesia.

Injecting medicine directly into the scar can soften and flatten raised, thick scars. Getting the best results often requires repeat visits. These injections are usually given once every few weeks to months in conjunction with laser resurfacing treatments.

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) for precancerous sun spots and other uses involves the application of Levulan (5-aminolevulinic acid), a medication activated with blue light. PDT is a unique treatment method that uses light-activated drugs to produce singlet oxygen to treat diseased tissues. The drug undergoes a chemical reaction when light of a specific wavelength and intensity is applied, resulting in a therapeutic effect. 

Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) is not limited to treating sun spots. It also has the unique ability to reduce oil glands, effectively treat stubborn acne, and improve the appearance of some acne scars.


 XEOMIN® (incobotulinum toxin A) 

 XEOMIN® is a FDA-approved medication injected into the facial muscles in adult patients to temporarily improve the appearance of moderate to severe frown lines on the mid-forehead and around the eyes.


 BOTOX® (onabotulinum toxin A) 

BOTOX® is FDA-approved for treating severe underarm sweating (hyperhidrosis) when topical treatments do not work well. The medication is injected into underarms to temporarily block the chemical signals from nerves that stimulate the sweat glands, preventing sweat production.


One of the most common surgical procedures in our office is to remove skin cancers such as basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and superficial malignant melanomas. With this procedure, several layers of tissue are removed, and then sutures are used to close the wound. A pathologist checks the margins to ensure complete clearance of the cancer.


The treatment employs the XTRAC Excimer Laser, a device approved by the FDA for clearing psoriatic skin. It directs concentrated UVB light energy to psoriatic plaques, leading to significant skin improvement and potentially long-lasting remission periods. The laser's precise targeting allows for effective treatment without harming surrounding healthy skin. Additionally, it can stimulate repigmentation in vitiligo patches, offering a non-invasive treatment option for pigment disorders.

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