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Photodynamic therapy near Poolesville, MD for beautiful skin

Dr Ronald B. Prussick, Washington Dermatology Center Providing photodynamic therapy poolesville

Modern dermatology offers a number of treatment options for the correction of various skin concerns. Some of the most significant advances include laser and light therapy. The problem with some laser or light treatments is that energies applied affect the entire surface of skin. In addition to being uncomfortable, this approach may also carry unwanted side effects. The development of photodynamic therapy, or PDT, has changed the way some skin conditions are treated. How PDT works Photodynamic therapy addresses aging and sun damaged skin, including precancerous lesions safely and effectively. Light energy is enhanced by the application of a light-sensitizing … Continue reading

Reduce the effect of dynamic wrinkles with Dysport treatment in Frederick or Rockville

Dr Ronald B. Prussick, Washington Dermatology Center Providing Dysport Treatment

Dysport is a wrinkle-reducing treatment that is similar to Botox, receiving FDA approval a few years ago. Based on botulinum, just like Botox, Dysport is a beneficial non-surgical solution for the reduction of wrinkles caused by facial expressions. The lines that appear on the forehead and around the eyes are called dynamic wrinkles. When the skin is younger, the lines that appear when we frown or laugh disappear once the face relaxes. As we tend to use the same muscles during facial expression day after day, year after year, these lines eventually become a permanent part of the face. The … Continue reading