Plastic Surgery and Skincare

For Rosacea, Ongoing Dermatology Care Is Essential

Written by Chi Tran, M.D., F.A.A.D. on Jun 5, 2019 12:06:07 PM

An estimated 415 million people worldwide are living with rosacea, a skin condition that causes redness, bumps, visible blood vessels on the face, and even an enlarged nose. And while some people may dismiss rosacea as a naturally rosy or ruddy complexion, the condition can cause significant ongoing discomfort and embarrassment for its sufferers.

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Topics: rosacea, what triggers rosacea symptoms, rosacea symptoms, can rosacea be treated, living with rosacea

Be Prepared! Cold Weather Can Cause Eczema Flares!

Written by Kimberley Mullinax, M.D. on Mar 2, 2019 9:02:00 AM

Cold weather can complicate all types of skin issues. One of the most common conditions aggravated when outdoor temperatures turn cold is eczema. 

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Topics: does cold weather trigger eczema, eczema, winter remedies for eczema, cold weather and eczema

The Latest Innovation in Hair Restoration Uses Your Own Blood

Written by Mohsin Mir, M.D. on Sep 1, 2018 9:04:00 AM

Hair loss is a genetic issue that has been plaguing men and women for centuries. Both men and women come to me frustrated and lacking self-confidence because of thinning hair they have no control over. It’s a common problem. Sixty-five percent of men have noticeable hair loss by age 60, and 35 million men in the United States experience hair loss, while it affects 21 million women. Hair loss sufferers can expect to lose an average of 100 hairs per day. 

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Topics: hair restoration, PRP hair restoration, platelet-rich plasma treatment for hair loss

How to Slow the Aging Process

Written by Sunaina Likhari, M.D., F.A.A.D. on Mar 10, 2018 8:37:00 AM

Everyone wants smooth, youthful-looking skin. Did you know that what you eat and your daily skin-care habits can actually slow the aging process for your skin? By eating the right foods, having a set routine, and avoiding bad habits that damage your skin, you could have the radiant skin you’ve always wanted.

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Topics: anti-aging skin care, slow the aging process, skin care

Consider Plastic Surgery for Your Drooping Eyelids

Written by Jamal Bullocks, M.D. on Oct 7, 2017 10:03:00 AM

If you’re having to tilt your head back or frequently raise your eyebrows so you can see, chances are you’re suffering from eyelid drooping. Many patients I see don’t realize there are surgical options to fix eyelid drooping and they are pleased with the results after they’ve had surgery.

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Topics: cosmetic surgery, plastic surgery, blepharoplasty, drooping eyelids, droopy eyelid, saggiing eyelid, eyelid surgery

Men Need to Pay Attention to Skincare Too

Written by Alisa Baker, PA-C on Jun 12, 2017 10:22:07 AM

Men typically take the spartan approach when it comes to skincare – a bare-bones routine that involves splashing their faces with some water and drying it off. For some, there may even be a bar of hand soap involved. (Terrible! Please don’t do this!) The reality is, you can still take good care of your skin and not stray too far from your normal three-minute morning skincare routine.

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Topics: sunscreen,, botox, shaving, acne, men's skincare, skin type, cosmetic procedures

Tips for Managing Dry Skin

Written by Anita Mehta, M.D. on Jan 21, 2017 10:07:00 AM

This particular winter hasn’t been all that wintery so far, but that doesn’t mean you’re not feeling a change in your skin. Seasonal changes from the humidity of a Houston summer to the drier air of fall and winter can wreak havoc on your skin, especially if it’s already prone to being a little dry. Here are some things to keep in mind about dry skin as we forge on through January and February. 

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Topics: dry skin, winter skin, winter skincare

Unlocking Trigger Finger

Written by Yoav Kaufman, M.D. on Jan 18, 2017 2:33:52 PM

When you stop to think about how often we use our hands every day, it’s no surprise that there are conditions that occur from the repetitive use of our fingers over time. Trigger finger, while not as widely known as carpal tunnel, is one of these conditions. 

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Topics: trigger finger, hand surgery

Mohs Surgery Preserves Healthy Tissue

Written by Mohsin Mir, M.D. on Jan 4, 2017 3:21:09 PM

Texans are blessed with many opportunities for outdoor fun. Unfortunately, this means more exposure to the damaging rays of the sun. And that can lead to skin cancer – the most common type of cancer in the world. In fact, about 5.4 million squamous and basal cell cancers in about 3.3 million Americans are diagnosed each year. While alarming, there is some good news. As the rate of different types of cancers increases, our technology and science rises to meet the demand for treatment. Mohs surgery is an example of technology and science rising to meet the need for skin cancer treatment. 

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Topics: skin cancer,, Mohs surgery

How to Rid Yourself of Blackheads

Written by Anita Mehta, M.D. on Dec 28, 2016 9:04:00 AM

Taking care of your skin can seem like a full-time job. One of the most-asked questions from my patients is how to deal with blackheads and how to get rid of them. 

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Topics: blackheads

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