For patients who want to remove unwanted hair, laser hair removal is a viable choice for long-term results. In this article, we describe how laser hair removal works, what areas the laser can treat, how many sessions are needed to achieve results, and the expected outcome after treatment.
Acne is the most common skin condition for people of all ages and is characterized by pimples, whiteheads, or blackheads. Since it often affects the face, many patients seek treatment for clearer skin. In this blog post, we describe the most common acne causes, treatment options, and ways to prevent acne.
An uneven skin tone or complexion is commonly attributed to hyperpigmentation. Though the condition is harmless, it can lead to self-consciousness or embarrassment in some individuals. Dr. William P. Baugh performs treatment with cosmetic lasers to help our Fullerton, CA, patients achieve a more even skin tone.
JUVÉDERM is a popular cosmetic dermal filler that can smooth away fine lines and wrinkles, revealing a more supple, youthful appearance. But how long does JUVÉDERM last? Our team at Full Spectrum Dermatology answers this question and offers tips for maintaining your results.
Laser skin resurfacing is a popular nonsurgical treatment that stimulates collagen production to give your skin a softer, healthier glow. At Full Spectrum Dermatology, we educate patients on possible side effects, which include redness, inflammation, and other minor skin irritations.
We all know that UV rays have a harmful effect to our health. But exactly how do sunburns damage the skin? Dr. William P. Baugh can help our patients understand this process and offers several cosmetic dermatology treatments to reduce the appearance of sun damage.
Laser treatments can address a wide range of cosmetic issues. Recovery from these procedures typically does not take long, but there are certain steps that patients should take to avoid damaging their recovering skin. This blog post provides important post-treatment care tips.
Concerns over the Coronavirus have prompted calls for Americans to avoid touching their face. The advice is not only beneficial from an epidemiological point of view, it is also better for your skin. We explain why touching your face can cause blemishes.
Many teens develop acne. Simple steps can reduce the appearance of acne. Our cosmetic dermatology office offers effective treatments for this skin condition.