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  • 5 Reasons To Lose Your Double Chin With Kybella July 15, 2019
    You Will Look Thinner – If you have a double chin, you are visually carrying more weight than you need to be. Double chins are created from a variety of factors including facial drooping or genetics. If you are suffering from bulky volume around your chin and your neck, consider Kybella. Kybella is a FDA […]
    Dr. David Sax
  • Laser Skin Care Secrets July 8, 2019
    There are a variety of laser treatments available for all skin types and skin conditions. Each laser treatment targets different issues and can significantly improve the appearance and texture of the skin. We offer laser treatments that focus on reducing fine lines and wrinkles, removing unwanted body hair, correcting skin discolouration, improving the appearance of […]
    Dr. David Sax
  • 10 Ways To Look Great With A PhotoFacial July 3, 2019
    About a PhotoFacial PhotoFacials are a noninvasive solution for younger and flawless looking skin. This treatment uses an intense pulsed light, IPL, to rejuvenate the appearance of your complexion, without the need for any incisions or injections. PhotoFacial treatments are therefore very appealing for patients who desire a perfect complexion but are not comfortable with […]
    Dr. David Sax
  • 5 Reasons To Rejuvenate with the Restylane June 25, 2019
    Restore Facial Volume – As we grow older our faces tend to deflate and lose volume. When this happens, skin can look saggy and aged. The Restylane Lyft is a FDA approved injectable used for cheek augmentation that reduces facial deficiencies in the skin. The injection contains hyaluronic acid – a natural sugar that is […]
    Dr. David Sax
  • 5 Diet Changes to Make for Great Skin June 18, 2019
    Great looking skin is down to a mixture of genetics, diet and lifestyle. There isn’t anything you can do about your genetics but there are certainly diet and lifestyle changes you can make in order to keep your skin looking healthy. As far as lifestyle goes – you’ll want to avoid the sun or at […]
    Dr. David Sax
  • Botox And Juvederm – Case Study June 10, 2019
    Why Tammy chose Dr. Sax Tammy has been a patient of Dr. Sax since not long after he opened his practice and has been continuously impressed by the treatment she receives. She was initially referred to Dr. Sax by her primary care physician for a skin cancer diagnosis and after conversing and getting to know […]
    Dr. David Sax
  • Sculptra – 5 Great reasons to get it June 4, 2019
    A loss of collagen is one of the major reasons behind facial aging. There are ways to combat this through creams, lotions and diet. However these options usually only provide temporary improvement. Sculptra is an FDA-approved injectable treatment that stimulates the natural production of collagen in the body, providing long-lasting results. Below are some of […]
    Dr. David Sax
  • 10 Things to Know About CoolSculpting® May 29, 2019
    Removing stubborn fat can be frustrating, especially when the fat is resistant to various reduction methods, such as a healthy diet and regular exercise. Invasive surgical procedures can fix this, but not everyone has the time needed to recover or the money to invest. That’s why CoolSculpting® is a fantastic, affordable alternative that can be […]
    Dr. David Sax
  • What is Melanoma? May 28, 2019
    Melanoma is undoubtedly the most dangerous form of skin cancer. Cancerous cells growth and multiply when un-repaired DNA damage to skin cells trigger genetic mutations that lead to the formation of malignant tumors. Unlike many other forms of cancer, Melanoma can be seen on the skin. It begins in the melanocytes, which are the cells […]
    Dr. David Sax
  • Is CoolSculpting really effective for fat loss? May 23, 2019
    CoolSculpting is a relatively new type of treatment where the fat cells are broken down naturally in the body by being exposed to intense cold. CoolSculpting was developed for use as a cosmetic treatment after scientists at Harvard discovered that children who ate popsicles to deal with teething pain started to develop dimples in their […]
    Dr. David Sax