Improve skin texture, shrink pores, reduce oil and sebum production – all without downtime.
Do you want radiant skin with smaller pores and a smoother surface? Fine tune your overall skin appearance fast, with AquaGold® Fine Touch™ micro-infusion treatments. This patented, gold-plated, hair-fine needle system painlessly delivers custom solutions into the skin. Tiny amounts of customized serum are delivered directly into the skin (not placed topically on it, or below the skin). The effect is different than having Botox placed in the muscle or filler injected to replenish volume under the skin. Micro-infusions work at the superficial dermal level of the skin itself to make your complexion glow and provide a “filter-like” airbrushed effect. Celebrities like Kim Kardashian-West get this treatment right before big events, like the Met Gala, to perfect their camera-ready look. There are also long-term benefits - like stimulation of your own natural collagen production with continued treatments.
- Shrink Pores with Micro-Botox
- Smooth Skin with Dermal Micro-Hyaluronic Acid Gel (Juvederm)
- Improve Superficial Acne Scarring with Micro-Hyaluronic Acid Gel
- Brighten Skin with Micro-Pigment Reducers
How It Works
The AquaGold® Fine Touch™ micro-infusion treatment, sometimes called a “Botox facial,” involves using a tiny micro-channeling device to stamp a special elixir of strategically blended, skin-enhancing ingredients into the superficial layer of the skin. The infusion blend is customized to meet your skin’s needs, and may include vitamins, anti-oxidants, growth factors, pigment reducers, Botox, and/or hyaluronic acid gel. The AquaGold® Fine Touch™ device painlessly, safely and effectively delivers treatments with 24K gold-plated, surgical-grade microchannels, each thinner than a human hair. The ingredients are gently stamped into the skin at a precise 600-micron depth, completely covering the surface of the treated area – usually the face, neck, chest and/or hands. Not only is the custom serum delivered to the skin, but the process of creating the tiny punctures with the micro-channels kickstarts the body’s wound-healing response, resulting in increased collagen levels and boosted cellular turnover. When Botox is infused into the dermis (not the muscle) it acts on the arrector pili muscles in the skin to help control pore size. This is the only recognized treatment to have an actual physical effect on pore size (note: infusing Botox into the skin does not affect muscle movement and will not replace the need for regular Botox injections to minimize expression lines).
Unlike other micro channeling devices or rollers, the AquaGold® Fine Touch™ is uniquely designed so it will not create micro tears in the skin or cause bleeding. It is completely painless, and there is no downtime following the procedure. For ultimate safety, the device is used only once on your skin and then is discarded. Post treatment, we recommend that you avoid direct sun exposure, wearing makeup and washing your face for the remainder of that day (sunscreen is okay).
The AquaGold® Fine Touch™ can be used on the face, neck, chest and hands. Special attention is often used around the mouth and in the delicate under-eye area. It is also an excellent way to address signs of aging on the décolletage, where wrinkles and discolorations can be harder to treat.
Possible Infusion Ingredients:
Hyaluronic Acid Gel (like Juvederm) is a soft substance that absorbs water and brings full hydration to the treated area, giving it improved firmness, elasticity and smoothness.
Botox applied to the dermis (not the muscle) helps control pore size and refine skin surface.
Growth Factors stimulate the skin for improved healing and maintenance of collagen levels.
Pigment Reducers inhibit melanin response. Combined with sunscreen, discolorations are reduced.
When going to a doctor's office, you may have seen medical providers that do not have the designation M.D. (Medical Doctor) after their name. Do you ever wonder what "PA-C" means? It stands for Physician Assistant, the "C" means that they have been certified by the National Commission of Certification of PAs.
PAs are state licensed health care providers who work in close collaboration with physicians to improve access to healthcare and to provide patients with many of the services traditionally provided by physicians. Educational requirements for a PA include an undergraduate degree followed by a master's degree in a certified PA program. PAs practice in all fields of medicine and in all states. PAs work closely under the supervision of a physician to provide health care. The care provided by PAs varies depending on their training and the discretion of the supervising physician. While some PAs work in primary care, some others choose to practice in a more specialized field. Dermatology trained PAs can perform some of the same duties and procedures as dermatologist. They can perform skin checks and treat a multitude of skin conditions.
The relationship between a physician and a PA is based on trust and mutual respect. The dermatologist and the dermatology PA are part of the dermatology care team and, as such, their mutual goal is to provide the highest level of care to patients in the clinic. Patients should know that PAs work closely with a dermatologist and should know that the physician is always available to the PA for consultation when needed. At times, the PA may even ask the physician to assume the care of more complicated cases if these are outside the scope of practice of the PA. When seeing a dermatology PA, it is important to know if they have maintained their certification and if they have been trained by a board certified dermatologist. At Warrenton Dermatology, our board-certified M.D. is fortunate to practice side-by-side with two amazing PA-Cs. Not only are they smart and competent but compassionate and dedicated to our mission.
Do you wish you could smooth away lines and wrinkles from your face?
Have you been contemplating ways to refresh and rejuvenate your appearance? If so, then you may be wondering what options are out there that can target and reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles. One amazing and non-invasive option for smoothing away wrinkles and improving the overall youthfulness of your appearance is Botox. Find out why countless men and women are turning to our Warrenton, VA, board-certified dermatologist Dr. J.C. Caballero for Botox treatment.
How does Botox work?
Botox is applied using very thin needles that contain a purified, medical-grade form of a neurotoxin known as botulinum toxin. Once Botox is injected into specific muscle groups of the face, it temporarily relaxes the muscles and prevents them from contracting. As a result, this lessens the appearance of certain wrinkles and lines and smooths out the skin.
Is Botox safe?
While all treatments come with side effects and potential complications, when Botox is administered by a board-certified dermatologist, such as our Warrenton, VA, skin doctor, you can expect that you are getting a very safe and effective treatment each and every time. There are a lot of Botox parties and spas that offer this service, but not everyone knows how to properly administer this treatment. This is why turning to a board-certified dermatologist is your safest option for beautiful results and to prevent unwanted side effects.
What can Botox do for me?
Botox will target certain wrinkles and lines that have formed as a result of repeated muscle contractions. This includes wrinkles around the forehead and eyebrows, crow’s feet (lines around the eyes), wrinkles around the chin and also laugh lines (lines around the mouth). If you are dealing with any of these issues then Botox may be right for you.
How long does Botox treatment take?
The treatment itself is extremely quick, only taking a few minutes. Of course, if you want us to apply a numbing gel to the area prior to getting Botox then we will need to wait until the gel has taken full effect before administering your treatment. If you choose not to numb the area beforehand, the treatment takes less than 10 minutes.
How long do results last?
This will vary from person to person, but most of the time Botox lasts anywhere from 3 to 4 months. If you love your results, you may also choose to get maintenance injections to refresh your appearance.
Are you interested in getting Botox in Warrenton, VA? You might be, if you are ready to say goodbye to those pesky facial lines. To find out if you are an ideal candidate for Botox call Warrenton Dermatology & Skin Therapy Center today to schedule a consultation.
How your dermatologist in Warrenton, Virginia can help you look younger
Are you noticing the early signs of aging in your face, especially around your lips? Are you unhappy with your lips? Did you know you can do something about it? The answer you are looking for could be dermal fillers for your lips! Dr. J.C. Caballero at Warrenton Dermatology & Skin Therapy Center in Warrenton, Virginia offers lip fillers to make your lips more attractive and younger looking.
Aging causes many changes in your body, your skin, and your face, especially your lips. The area around your lips is one of the first places you may notice a loss of volume, sagging skin, and wrinkles. Lips begin to thin out and look older.
So, what are dermal fillers? They are dermatology products that add volume to your lips and diminish the appearance of fine lines. The added volume makes lips appear smoother and plumper. Your lip wrinkles are smoothed out and your lips will look younger overall.
The key ingredient in dermal fillers is hyaluronic acid, a substance which occurs in your body naturally. It helps your skin look youthful and rejuvenated. A new lip filler available is Juvederm Volbella©.
Dr. Caballero will consult with you and let you know how many lip injections you will need to get the look you want. The filler material is injected using a tiny needle. The procedure is tolerated well by most people, and your doctor can use a numbing gel before treatment if you wish.
You want to look your best, and you deserve to look great! Lip fillers can help with one of the most age-prone areas of your face, your lips! You can look younger and better than you thought possible. It all starts by calling Dr. J.C. Caballero at Warrenton Dermatology & Skin Therapy Center in Warrenton, Virginia. Call right now and get started on a younger-looking face!
Research Demonstrates Potential of Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy for Hair Loss
Board-certified dermatologists can help patients determine the best treatment option for them
Tens of millions of people in the U.S. experience hair loss, which can have a significant impact on the quality of life. There is more hope on the horizon, however, as a growing amount of research indicates that a procedure known as platelet-rich plasma therapy can provide effective treatment.
“A general body of evidence has recently emerged demonstrating a positive response from PRP treatments,” says Jeffrey Rapaport, MD, FAAD, a board-certified dermatologist in private practice in New Jersey. “With consensus forming around treatment protocols, studies are indicating that PRP is a safe, effective hair loss treatment that has the potential to greatly improve the quality of life of millions of people.”
PRP therapy originated in Europe more than a decade ago and has been utilized in a variety of medical areas, including orthopedics and dentistry. The procedure involves placing blood drawn from the patient into a special machine that separates red blood cells from plasma, which is rich in platelets that contain growth factors.
In hair loss therapy, the plasma is directly injected into the patient’s hair follicles in a process that takes no more than 10 minutes, according to Dr. Rapaport. Since the procedure involves only minimal discomfort, he says, patients typically do not require any numbing or downtime following therapy.
After the initial treatment, injections are repeated once a month for the next three months, and then once every three to six months after that. Within the first few months of treatment, patients may notice they are losing less or minimal amounts of hair, Dr. Rapaport says, and soon after, they may begin to see an increase in thickness or eventual regrowth.
While not everyone is a candidate for PRP therapy, Dr. Rapaport says that it has been found to have high success and satisfaction rates in certain hair loss patients, including those with hereditary hair thinning or baldness. He recommends that those considering the procedure consult with a board-certified dermatologist to determine if it’s the right option for them, adding that PRP may be used in conjunction with other treatments to give patients the best possible results.
“Since PRP therapy has taken off, there have been a lot of non-dermatologists performing this procedure,” Dr. Rapaport says. “Only board-certified dermatologists have the medical training to identify if you are a good candidate, because this treatment will not work for everyone who experiences hair loss. Talk to a board-certified dermatologist to determine which hair loss treatment option is best for you.”
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