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Acne treatmentAcne is the term for the blocked pores, pimples, and deeper lumps that can appear typically on the face, neck, chest, back, shoulders and upper arms. Acne is the most common skin disease in the country, affecting mostly teenagers, although patients of all ages can suffer from this condition. Treatment for acne may include topical medications, antibiotics, accutane or blu light therapy.Options:
Accutane, Blu light
Actinic keratosis treatmentActinic keratoses (aks) are lesions on the surface layer of the skin (epidermis) caused by chronic exposure to sunlight, most commonly appearing on the face, neck, arms and hands. Lesions range in size and may be yellow, brown, red or violet, smooth, wrinkled or furrowed. They may signal the onset of skin cancer and should be promptly treated.
Age spotsAge spots, also called liver spots, are flat brown patches on the skin that have darkened in color after exposure to sunlight or ultraviolet light. They are commonly seen in people over the age of 40 on areas of skin that are frequently exposed to sunlight, such as the hands, shoulders, forearms, face and forehead. Age spots may look unattractive, but are usually painless and harmless.Options:
Sunlight, Ultraviolet light
Atopic dermatitisAtopic dermatitis, a form of eczema, is a chronic skin disorder that causes dry, itchy skin and often results in a red rash on the face, neck, arms and legs. It is most common in babies and children, although the actual cause is unknown. It is usually mild and can go away on its own, or can be managed through moisturizing lotions, avoiding harsh soaps and controlling scratching.
Eczema treatmentEczema is a group of inflamed skin conditions that result in chronic itchy rashes and affect about 15 million people in the us, including 10-20 percent of all infants. Symptoms often include dry, red, itchy patches on the skin which break out in rashes when scratched. Treatment involves the restriction of scratching, use of moisturizing lotions or creams, cold compresses and anti-inflammatory creams and ointments.
FolliculitisFolliculitis is the inflammation of hair follicles that can occur anywhere on the skin as a result of the bacteria staphylococcus aureus, which enters the body through tiny breaks in the skin. Symptoms of folliculitis include itchy skin, rash/reddened areas of skin and pustule development. Proper skin care, topical antiseptics and over-the-counter antibiotics are common treatments for folliculitis.
Hair lossHair loss can occur as a result of aging, heredity, medications or an underlying medical condition, and can affect men and women of all ages. It may leave you with pattern baldness, patchy spots or thinned hair. Most people are troubled by this undesired change to their appearance and seek treatment in the form of medication, wigs, hair transplant or scalp reduction surgery.Options:
Medications, An underlying, Hair transplant, Scalp reduction surgery
HerpesHerpes is a common viral infection that causes small blisters to appear on the skin of the face or genital area after encountering skin or sexual contact with an infected person. Patients may develop primary infections that heal completely or recurrent infections that come and go over time after exposure to certain triggers. While there is no cure for recurring herpes, treatments such as anti-viral medications can relieve symptoms during an outbreak.Options:
Face, Genital area
HirsutismHirsutism is a hormonal condition involving excessive body hair in women that develops due to high levels of male hormones called androgens. This condition may develop in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome, cushing's syndrome or from certain medications. Treatments aim to remove body hair through electrolysis or laser therapy and prevent additional growth through oral contraceptives or anti-androgens.Options:
Oral contraceptives, Anti-androgens
MolesMoles and other birthmarks are benign pigmented spots or patches of skin that are usually brown or black in color. Though most moles are harmless, they may eventually develop into cancer.Options:
MolluscumMolluscum contagiosum is a chronic skin infection caused by a virus that frequently affects children and is spread by touching an affected area on a person infected with the virus or through sexual contact. Molluscum causes painless, raised papules or nodules on the skin that look like pink pearls and most often appear on the face, neck, arms, hands and chest. This condition usually clears on its own in six to 18 months.
Nail diseaseThere are several different diseases that affect the nails, often as a result of a fungal or bacterial infection. Ingrown toenails involve the corners of the nails digging into the surrounding soft tissue, causing irritation and swelling, while fungal infection affects the toenails as a result of exposure to a warm, moist environment. Treatment for nail diseases may include oral or topical medications.Options:
A fungal, Bacterial infection
Pityriasis rosea treatmentPityriasis rosea is a skin rash that appears on the chest, abdomen or back and resembles the shape of a tree as it grows. This condition most often affects patients between the ages of 10 and 35, although the specific cause is unknown. Most cases of pityriasis rosea clear up on their own within four to six weeks.
Psoriasis treatmentPsoriasis is a group of chronic skin disorders that cause itching and/or burning, scaling and crusting of the skin. The most commonly affected areas are the scalp, elbows, knees, hands, feet and genitals. Psoriasis cannot be cured, but can be managed successfully through topical medications, and oral or injectable medication.
RosaceaRosacea is a chronic skin disease that causes redness and swelling on the face, scalp, neck, ears, chest, and other areas. Symptoms range from red pimples, lines and visible blood vessels to dry or burning skin and a tendency to flush easily. Rosacea typically appears in light-skinned, light-haired adults aged 30-50. Treatment aims to relieve symptoms and may include topical and oral medications, laser therapy or laser surgery.Options:
Laser therapy, Laser surgery
Scabies treatmentScabies is a contagious skin infection caused by tiny mites that lay eggs within the top layer of the skin, which can be transmitted from person-to-person through skin or sexual contact. Patients with this condition often experience itchy red bumps or blisters that most commonly appear on the hands or feet. Treatment for scabies often includes a medicated cream or lotion to kill mites.Options:
Seborrheic dermatitis treatmentSeborrhea is a chronic skin condition of unknown origin which causes scaling, oiliness and redness of the skin, most commonly on the scalp, face, ears, navel and genitals. Although symptoms imply that skin is dry, seborrhea actually involves excess oil production in the glands. Treatments often include cortisone creams and lotions in combination with frequent gentle washing and avoidance of harsh or perfumed soaps.Options:
Harsh, Perfumed soaps
Seborrheic keratosisSeborrheic keratosis is a benign skin growth that affects most people at least once in their life, appearing as a brown or black growth on the face, chest, shoulders or back. The cause of this condition is unknown, but is believed to be linked to genetic factors. Although harmless, many patients are bothered by the appearance of these growths and have them removed cosmetically through freezing, burning or scraping.Options:
Skin cancer treatmentSkin cancer refers to the abnormal, uncontrolled growth of skin cells. The most common types of skin cancers include basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanomas. Risk factors include pale skin, family history of melanoma, being over 40 years old, and regular sun exposure. Fortunately, skin cancer is almost always curable if detected and treated early.
Skin tagsA skin tag is a common type of skin growth that looks like a piece of hanging skin and most often develops on the neck, underarms, eyelids and under the breasts often as a result of clothing rubbing against the skin. While skin tags are not cancerous and don't cause problems unless they are continuously irritated, many people choose to have them removed through freezing, burning or surgical excision.Options:
Sun protectionSun damage can affect any area of your skin and can also lead to premature aging and skin cancer. The best treatment against sun damage is preventing it from occurring in the first place. It is important to wear sunscreen lotion on a daily basis and avoid excessive exposure to the sun, especially during mid-day hours when the sun is strongest.
Tinea versicolorTinea versicolor is a fungal infection of the skin that appears as small, flat spots on oily areas such as the chest and back. These spots develop as a result of a change in the balance of common fungi, most often affecting those with oily skin or who use certain medications. Tinea versicolor can be easily treated through skin creams, shampoos or solutions, although anti-fungal medications may be needed in some cases.Options:
VitiligoVitiligo is a skin condition involving a loss of melanin that occurs when the cells that produce this substance die or malfunction, resulting in increasing areas of depigmentation on the skin and hair. The specific cause of this condition is unknown, but is linked to immune system disorders or hereditary factors. Treatment depends on the severity of the condition but is often effective in relieving symptoms.Options:
WartsWarts are skin growths caused by viruses. Different warts respond to different treatments; some go away on their own. Salicylic acid products can help self-treatment of many warts by dissolving the keratin protein that makes up the wart and the dead skin above it. Others can be removed via liquid nitrogen freezing or different types of acids.Options:
Freezing, Different types of acids
Hair lossHair loss can occur as a result of aging, heredity, medications or an underlying medical condition, and can affect men and women of all ages. It may leave you with pattern baldness, patchy spots or thinned hair. Most people are troubled by this undesired change to their appearance and may be frustrated that there is no cure available for this condition.Options:
Medications, An underlying medical condition
For menHair loss affects over 50 million american men, causing an unattractive physical appearance and often affecting self-confidence as well. Most men with hair loss are affected by male pattern baldness, which affects the front portion of the scalp and can progress over time. Other men may experience hair loss caused by an underlying medical condition or as a side effect of certain medications.
For womenWhile hair loss is more commonly associated with men, as many as 20 million women are also victims of hair loss as a result of aging, heredity and hormonal changes. Most cases of female hair loss are caused by androgenic alopecia, also known as female pattern baldness. These women may experience thinning behind the hairline that progresses over time.
ProcedureHair transplant surgery involves removing thin strips of skin containing hair follicles from the back of scalp and replacing them in tiny holes in the bald or thinned area. Holes are carefully created through the use of a laser to create a natural appearance for each patient's individual needs. The grafted hair falls out after the procedure but then grows back and should last as long as the hair from the area in which is was taken.
Mini-graftingAlthough the fine nature of micro-grafts is quite natural-looking, they are also less voluminous. With less than five hairs per graft, it would take many hours to transplant a full head of hair, risking safety of the excised donor tissue and recently transplanted tissue. For this, dr. Neiman cuts mini-grafts of about five to twelve hairs each that can be used for the bulk of the balding skin, but behind the micro-grafts. This way, the fullness of the scalp is attained without sacrificing the meticulous work done with the hairline
RadiesseRadiesse is a synthetic injectable filler that has been fda-approved to reduce moderate to severe wrinkles, folds and creases around the nose and mouth by augmenting the skin's natural collagen supply. It is a safe, effective and long-lasting alternative to injectable collagen and other dermal fillers for not only smoothing wrinkles but also adding volume and contour to the face for an overall younger, fuller and smoother appearance. With just one or two radiesse treatments, you can enjoy a beautiful, natural look that lasts.
Botox cosmeticBotoxcosmetic is the most popular cosmetic procedure in the country and one of our most requested Services. Quick, safe and effective, botox reduces or eliminates facial lines and wrinkles for up to six months with no downtime and little to no discomfort.
CollagenCollagen is a naturally occurring protein found in the second layer of skin (the dermis) which "plumps up" the skin, joints, bones and ligaments. Injections counteract the effects of gravity, sun exposure and years of facial muscle movement by filling out sunken areas and smoothing lines for a rejuvenated look.
PhotorejuvenationPhotrejuvenation uses intense pulsed light (ipl) to rejuvenate the skin and reduce the appearance of fine wrinkles, large pores, acne scarring, facial veins, sun spots and rosacea. While most of these conditions are considered harmless, patients are often bothered by their appearance and seek treatments to restore the look of their skin and their self-confidence. Treatments stimulate tissue beneath the skin surface, increasing fibroblast and collagen production for a fuller, younger appearance.
Lightsheer hair removalUsing advanced pulsed light technology, the non-invasive lightsheer hair removal system swiftly and painlessly removes hair of all colors from any area of the body, including the face (chin, upper lip, cheeks, nose, or ears), legs, arms, underarms, back, chest, or bikini line.
Megapeel microdermabrasionMicrodermabrasion is a minimally invasive spa procedure that rejuvenates the appearance of the skin by treating sun damage, scarring, wrinkles and other unwanted skin problems. The megapeel microdermabrasion system uses a gentle stream of tiny crystals to exfoliate the outer layer of the skin and produce fresher, younger-looking skin and a renewed appearance. It has been performed safely and successfully in the us since 1996.
SclerotherapySclerotherapy is a procedure used to treat spider veins by injecting a solution into the veins which causes them to gradually disappear. By injecting a salt solution, known as a sclerosing solution, the lining of the veins become irritated and eventually turns into scar tissue that then fades away. This method is the preferred treatment for spider veins and has been used since the 1930s.
Tattoo removalMany people have second thoughts about their tattoos. Fortunately, you don't have to live with your decision forever. Highly precise lasers can lighten or remove your tattoo by focusing or pulsing light on the ink particles, which then convert the energy to heat and break up into tiny pieces that are absorbed harmlessly by the body. All of this can be accomplished without damaging the surrounding tissue for aesthetically-pleasing results with little to no scarring.
Skin consultationA skin consultation involves a thorough examination of your skin and discussion of any concerns you may have in order to develop a customized home regimen for your needs.
Deep pore cleansingOur unique cleansing solution consists of pineapple and papaya enzymes to correct impurities in the skin and remove excess sebum, dead cells and blackheads, making it ideal for oily or acne prone skin.
Full facialOur classic european facial is customized for each patient's individual skin type and includes deep pore cleansing, exfoliation and extractions, along with a soothing massage and nourishing mask application. After 60 minutes patients feel totally refreshed.
Rs2 rosacea maskThe rs2 rosacea mask combines green tea, chamomile and licorice to calm the redness and irritation caused by this common condition. Many patients choose to have this mask applied in conjunction with epifacial or other rosacea treatments.
Professional mask treatmentsTherapeutic masks are designed using a unique combination of active ingredients to fulfill each patient's individual needs and produce stunning results.
"High Performance" Freeze Dried TreatmentsApplying pure freeze-dried powders to the skin can effectively smooth wrinkles, tighten loosen skin, tighten pores and hydrate the skin, depending on the chosen substance. We offer collagen, elastin, dna and hyaluronic acid powders. This 90-minute treatment involves a full facial as well to maximize results.
De-stress eye treatmentsFor puffiness - this 30-minute treatment is performed in conjunction with a facial to soothe and relax areas of puffiness around the eye through the use of collagen fiber and ginkgo biloba.
For wrinkles - as an add-on to any facial treatment, this 30-minute procedure targets lines and wrinkles around the eyes with a freeze-dried maine collagen that produces outstanding results.
Lip smoothing treatment with retinolWith collagen fiber and retinol, our lip smoothing treatment improves the contour of the lips and reduces the appearance of wrinkles and furrows. It is performed in conjunction with one of our facial treatments.
Back facialOur back facial targets the hard-to-reach skin on your back and takes into account your individual skin type while cleansing, exfoliating, extracting impurities and utilizing hot towels and massage techniques to produce the most effective results.
Makeup consultationPatients will meet with our licensed aesthetician during a 45-minute session to discuss proper makeup application and recommended colors for your skin tone and type.
MicrodermabrasionMicrodermabrasion is a revolutionary procedure that improves the appearance of the skin through the use of aluminum oxide crystals. The megapeel microdermabrasion system gently abrades the surface layers of the skin in targeted areas to improve the appearance of scars, wrinkles, pigmentation and acne, and producing skin that simply feels smoother, younger and refreshed. For most patients, a series of six 30-minute treatment session achieves desired results.
Beta peelOur beta hydryoxy acid peel provides a "burst of renewal" within your skin, bringing new skin cells to the surface for a rejuvenated appearance. Depending on the needs and desired goals of each patient, this treatment can target acne, rosacea, oily skin and enlarged pores. Most patients benefit from a series of six treatment sessions, each lasting 30 minutes.
Md forte glycolic peelGlycolic acid peels by md forte help patients achieve smoother, healthier and younger-looking skin by treating blocked pores, acne and redness, as well as reducing the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and age spots. The md forté products are used at home for two weeks prior to the peel treatment. Most patients achieve effective results are a series of six 30-minute treatment sessions.
WaxingAt neiman dermatology and hair transplantation, we use gigi honee wax to remove unsightly facial hair for those patients bothered by its appearance. This wax is made with pure honey and other natural ingredients, and contains no chemicals, allowing for a safe, gentle experience that not only removes hair, but also slows regrowth. This treatment can be performed on the chin, eyebrow, upper lip, sides of the face and nearly any other area with unwanted hair.