Dr. Milgraum uses the latest and hottest in high tech laser techniques to augment traditional surgical treatments for cosmetic dermatology conditions. Invasive surgery are no longer necessary for liposuction and blepharoplasty. Many conditions formally treated with surgery and medication can now be treated non-invasively by a dermatologist skilled in the use of the latest laser tools.
New Jersey dermatologist Sandy Milgraum, MD is conveniently located in East Brunswick, NJ
We now treat the following skin conditions with lasers
- Skin Cancer; Basal cell carcinoma, Squamous cell carcinomas and Pre-cancerous growths Acactinic keratosis
- Stretch mark
- Spider veins of the face and legs
- Melasma (mask of pregnancy)
Call dermatologist Dr. Sandy Milgraum for a consultation today.
Cosmetic dermatology in central New Jersey at
the Academic Dermatology Laser Surgery Center
Cosmetic Dermatology for Women
Women make up the largest proportion of patients visiting dermatologists’ offices to seek cosmetic dermatology treatments and procedures. A dermatologist can provide a variety of solutions with fast results for some of women’s most common skin concerns. Three of the mostcommon procedures women request are Botox, wrinkle fillers, and laser resurfacing.
Cosmetic dermatology uses for botulinum toxin (Botox) include treating vertical lines between the eyebrows and bunny lines on the bridge of the nose, crow’s feet, forehead lines, and the muscle bands sometimes visible on the neck, often called “turkey neck.”
Fillers are commonly used in cosmetic dermatology to treat facial lines and wrinkles, hollow cheeks, receding chins, thinning lips and wrinkles around the eyes.
Fractional resurfacing with Fraxel re:pair or Fraxel repair is a procedure that uses a laser assisted by a computer that allows the dermatologist to follow the contours of the face and body and rejuvenate the skin without breaking the skin surface. It can be used to improve wrinkles, pigment irregularities and texture abnormalities.