Cosmetic Dermatology for Men
Men Skin Treatment
Men spend less time caring for their skin than women but since cosmetic dermatology has become very exclusive, more men are receiving cosmetic dermatological procedures. Nowadays men are more attentive to their appearance and will do anything to stay in tip top shape. The top three of the cosmetic procedures most men receive are:
Chemical peel are used on the skin of the hands, neck, face, or chest to remove damaged outer layers of skin using a unique critric solution. The texture and appearance of a man’s face can also be greatly improved with any kind of chemical peel. This procedure is perfect for smoothing the face out and eliminating blemishes and wrinkles, providing men with a fresher and younger appearance.
Popular Procedures Among Men
With the wide variety of facial fillers offered, it is no surprise that various types of men are receiving this treatment. In fact, BOTOX is surprisingly the most popular cosmetic procedure among men. Fillers like Dysport, Juvederm and Radiesse are minimally invasive procedures that can help greatly reduce wrinkles and other signs of aging on the face. Male patients reap the rewards of a younger and smoother-looking face with only a few injections. Although, volume loss is one of the most noticeable characteristics of aging in men, dermal fillers are great tools to restore a youthful appearance. Neurotoxins, such as botulinum toxin type A, are used to also soften facial expression lines and treat localized sweating. Many men suffer from hyperhidrosis and facial fillers like BOTOX are a great alternative on how to stop the excess sweating.
Laser hair removal is one of the most common nonsurgical cosmetic procedures performed for men, with the most common treatment areas being the neck (which is prone to ingrown hairs) and the back. Skin resurfacing done with microdermabrasion or laser devices like Fraxel is used to improve fine wrinkles, uneven skin tones, age spots, sun spots and acne scarring as well as treat facial blood vessels and rosacea.
Dr. Deborah Longwill is board-certified in both cosmetic dermatology and general dermatology and treats patients of all ages. Using the latest technology and therapies, Dr. Longwill is able to provide the best possible medical treatment and care for you and your family. Call 305-279-SKIN (7546) now to schedule an appointment with Dr. Longwill for any dermatological concern.