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What is Superficial Radiation Therapy? (SRT)

September 18, 2020

You have probably heard of radiation therapy being used to treat various types of cancer. Standard radiotherapy targets cancerous cells deep inside the body, penetrating past skin, fat and other tissues to reach and destroy them. However, if you are diagnosed with skin cancer, this type of radiation is unlikely to be appropriate. Instead, you will likely be recommended to undergo superficial radiation therapy, also known as SRT. SRT can also be used to treat other issues affecting the skin such as keloids.

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Melt away a double chin with Kybella

August 7, 2020

Excess fat can accumulate anywhere on our bodies, including under our chin. Often referred to as a ‘double chin’, additional fat in the area underneath the chin can have a significant effect on our appearance. There are now cosmetic treatments that can eliminate the excess fat and give the chin a more streamlined appearance. One of the most effective treatments that can melt away a double chin is Kybella.

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How to Get Natural Looking Facial Rejuvenation with Dysport®

July 31, 2020

Aging effects everyone at different speeds, and some people are unfortunate enough to experience the cosmetic effects of getting older more quickly than others. As we age, our skin becomes thinner, drier and more prone to developing lines and wrinkles.

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Top 5 Benefits of Swift for Wart Treatment

June 23, 2020

Warts are a very common infection in the outer layers of the skin which are caused by the Human Papillomavirus, better known as HPV. Warts are contagious and can spread both to other areas of our body as well as between individuals. Treating warts may be notoriously difficult, but now there is a remedy that has been proven to be extremely effective at removing these sometimes-embarrassing growths – Swift. 

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Mohs Surgery

May 27, 2020

Mohs surgery, pronounced ‘moes’ and sometimes referred to as Mohs micrographic surgery, is a revolutionary treatment for skin cancer and is considered to be the most effective way of treating the two most common types of skin cancer, basal cell carcinomas (BCCs) and squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs). The goal of Mohs surgery is to remove as much of the cancer as possible while causing minimal damage to surrounding healthy tissue. 

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