Friday, January 10, 2014

How a Dermatologist Can Help Your Skin

If you have skin concerns, such as acne, skin discoloration, wrinkles, cellulite, or any other skin conditions, then a dermatologist can help you to deal with these problems and prevent them from becoming any worse. There are a variety of solutions available to treat any issues that may be causing you pain or embarrassment. You can visit helpful sites like www.dermatologistcoralsprings.com/services for more information on what types of services a dermatologist may offer.

Customized Solutions


The main issue with over-the-counter solutions for skin concerns is that one product is designed to meet the needs of all customers. However, you have unique skin and the products that may work for your friends or family may not necessarily work for your skin. You may not even be treating the right problem. For instance, many patients attempt to treat their skin for acne, when their skin concern is really related to sun damage or rosacea.

A dermatologist can evaluate the condition of your skin and your medical history to determine what treatments might work best for you. If you are not achieving the results you need after several weeks, then your doctor can reevaluate your treatment to find another solution that may work better.

Helpful Products, Treatments, and Advice


Your skin doctor can provide information on what you can do to begin noticing results quickly. Some doctors even have samples of products that you can take home with you to see if they work for your skin. Oftentimes, your doctor can provide a quick piece of information that can make a huge difference in the condition and appearance of your skin. Many dermatologists can even provide quick, effective services in their office to instantly firm and tighten your skin.

Talk to Your Doctor



While sites like www.dermatologistcoralsprings.com/services can give you a better idea of what you can expect from your skin doctor, every doctor is different, so you will need to speak with your dermatologist about what services and solutions are available to you. Some dermatologists focus mainly on products and homeopathic solutions, while others will offer more cosmetic procedures, including Botox, fillers, laser hair removal, and more to help you achieve your ideal results.


**This is a sponsored and written blog post by Dermatologist Coral Springs

10 comments:

  1. I have been thinking of seeing one for my dry skin. Will be checking out the website.

    Michelle F.

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  2. I am so thankful my skin has cleared up. I know seeing a dermatologist isn't always covered under insurance, so it can get expensive, but glad the option is there if my skin were to get bad again.

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  3. Thankfully skin is the one thing I haven't had much issue with ... if it weren't for those pesky wrinkles though ....

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  4. really great info, thanks for sharing!

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  5. This is good information. I think many people do not know everything a dermatologist can do, this was a good education.

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  7. I've been seeing my regular doctor for acne issues, but the medication I'm on isn't really helping, so a dermatologist visit may be in my future later this year! I've been to a dermatologist only once, when I had a skin cancer concern (it wasn't, thankfully).

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  9. Thanks for sharing all of this. It seems that pre-menopause is messing with my skin. I've been avoiding going to a dermatologist but will have to add it to my to do list for this year.

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  10. I have never had problems before except dryness. But I notice as I get older, my skin is changing a lot. Maybe I should see one.

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