Dr. Kesarwani and our trained medical aestheticians will help evaluate your skin and can help determine the right home skin care program for you as well as recommend services that will help you achieve your goals.
The face is the most exposed part of the body, susceptible to the harsh rays of the sun, acne, rashes, allergic reactions, and scars.
A number of surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures are available to eliminate or soften facial imperfections to achieve a clearer, fresher look. Glycolic acids, natural fruit substances blended into facial preparations, can be used to eliminate rough or dry surface skin. Retin-A, a vitamin A-enriched cream that changes the cellular metabolism of the skin’s surface is used to combat fine facial wrinkles and sun damage.
Each of these treatments can be used alone, or in conjunction with another aesthetic surgery procedure, such as a facelift or a chemical peel.