All about sculptra

All About Sculptra®

Fillers are unique gels that doctors use to restore the fullness we lose during aging. Most well-known fillers among patients use hyaluronic acid (HA) in their formulation. HA is a substance that naturally occurs in the body and as a filler, creates temporary soft, natural contours while easing the appearance of wrinkles. In a rush …

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Vectra 3D H2

Vectra 3D H2 Imaging Technology

Imagine being able to visualize the changes you want on your body. Texas Dermatology is proud to offer the most advanced imaging for our patients with the introduction of the Vectra 3D H2. The Vectra 3D H2 is an imaging solution for the face, breast, and body. Thinking about a rhinoplasty? This unique technology can simulate what your …

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Mission Trails Expansion Building

Update from Our Mission Trail Location: Expansion Now Open!

Dr. John Browning opened our Mission Trail location in September 2017. It became so popular that the waiting room could no longer hold the volume of patients comfortably. Recognizing the need for more space, our team worked quickly to expand the location. The expansion allows our team to serve our community better. This location provides …

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The Difference Between Psoriasis and Eczema in Children

Psoriasis and eczema are two common chronic skin conditions that affect children. Though more children develop eczema more often, approximately 1% of all children have psoriasis. The lines that tell the difference between them can be blurry, considering both skin conditions have similar symptoms. The good news is, there are ways to tell them apart. …

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Ablative and Non-Ablative Lasers – Which Option is Best for You?

Laser resurfacing improves your skin’s appearance by reducing wrinkles, frown lines, and crow’s feet. It can also help tighten and smooth eyelids and minimize scars and other skin imperfections. Laser resurfacing uses light energy at different intensities to achieve desired results on the skin’s surface while stimulating collagen production deep within the skin. There are several types …

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Acne – Active & Non- Active

Acne is a condition that plagues people of all ages. During the summer months, acne tends to get worse for a variety of reasons. You need to know what to do when it’s active and inactive to manage it better and keep breakouts at bay. Let’s learn more about these stages of acne and how …

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Living with Plaque Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a skin condition in which the life cycle of the cells is sped up. Typically, skin cells grow, then die and slough off over a few weeks. With psoriasis, this process takes only days, and the dead skin cells build up on the surface of the skin in raised patches. 80-90% of people …

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