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What is Ultherapy?

Ultherapy is the hottest new treatment that removes wrinkles without surgery. It is known as a micro lift and it decreases the signs of aging. The therapy is administered through an ultrasound wand and utilizes targeted sonic waves to tighten and lift the skin. It is a safe alternative to plastic surgery.

We have decided to answer some of the most commonly asked questions regarding this new procedure.

What is the difference between Ultherapy and other non-invasive treatments?

Ultherapy is the only treatment option that is FDA approved to lift skin. In addition, its unique differentiator is its use of ultrasound imaging that enables doctors to see the tissue that is targeted. This will ensure that the proper area is targeted and the response will be the most beneficial.

How is Ultherapy different from laser procedures?

The main difference from Ultherapy and traditional laser procedures is that Ultherapy utilizes sound energy, while lasers use light energy. Laser treatments are effective for a variety of skincare needs, however, ultherapy is better suited to reducing the appearance of wrinkles.

How long does the procedure take?

Ultherapy takes about 60-90 minutes to administer, depending on what area you are treating.

When will I see results?

After receiving the procedure, you might notice some immediate change. However, the best results occur between two and three months after receiving Ultherapy. Ultimately, the longevity of the results depends on your body as it relies on how quickly your body can produce collagen.

No matter your skin care needs; Windsor Dermatology will work to solve your problem. We have an excellent team of six board certified dermatologists that take pride in their work and strives for the highest quality care. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn more about the services we offer.

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Skin Allergy Remedies for Children

There is nothing worse than watching your children in pain. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, children aged 0-4 are most likely to have skin allergies and over 8.8 million children have skin allergies. Here are some remedies to help assuage your children’s skin allergies:

  • Wipe drool off of your child’s face. If your baby’s skin is irritated, spit can be the culprit. Be sure to dry the drool off of their face to prevent irritation.
  • Use gentle soaps. Your child’s skin is very sensitive, for that reason use fragrance-free and dye-free cleansers and soaps when giving them a bath. This will protect skin and not dry it out.
  • Cut your children’s nails. Let’s face it, whenever we have an itch we want to scratch it. Keeping nails short will prevent cutting skin when scratching it.
  • Give your children shorter baths. Bath time can be a fun time to play in the tub, however, you should limit the amount of time your children spend in the bath. Ideally, you should use lukewarm water and take about 3 to 5 minutes to bathe them. Bubble baths can be fun, but for children with skin allergies you will need to skip them.
  • Moisturize post-bath. After giving your child a bath, pat their skin dry and apply an ointment or cream on the skin to retain its moisture.
  • Select cotton clothes. Cotton is one of the softest fabrics that children’s clothing is made in. It is the best option for children suffering from skin allergies as rougher fabrics can lead to itchy skin.
  • Treat infections. If you notice a skin infection on your child’s skin, call the trusty, board certified dermatologists at Windsor Dermatology.

No matter your skin care needs; Windsor Dermatology will work to solve your problem. We have an excellent team of six board certified dermatologists that take pride in their work and strives for the highest quality care. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn more about the services we offer.

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Can Exercise Lower the Risk of Psoriasis?

Exercising for health benefits has been emphasized in the medical world for so many years. It has even been backed by researchers who have found increasing evidence to suggest that exercise can contribute to illness prevention and improve overall health. In fact, a study by scientists at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital found that one of the benefits of physical activity is it decreases women’s risk of developing psoriasis by 30%.

There is a catch, in order to reap the full benefits of the decreased psoriasis risk, women need to vigorously exercise. This means that women have to actively run for 105 minutes a week or participate in 180 minutes of other vigorous exercise per week to reap the health benefits.

The researchers’ finding is in line with exercise benefits on other systemic inflammation diseases including type 2 diabetes, coronary artery disease, and certain types of cancer. Of course, patients with psoriasis might be concerned with exercising due to the skin condition. There are a few things you can do to prevent irritation:

  • Wear loose-fitting clothing to prevent friction.
  • Don’t scrub your skin post-exercising, take a gentle shower.
  • Apply a lubricant prior to working out in areas that you believe will become irritated.

Since 1985 our Medical Director, Dr. Bagel, has been at the forefront of psoriasis patient care, treatment, and clinical research. The Psoriasis Treatment Center of Central New Jersey and Windsor Dermatology is one of the most respected clinical settings in America for psoriasis treatment.

We utilize a few methods to reduce the effect of psoriasis. Among the treatment options are ultraviolet light therapy, biologic therapies, and oral medications. Before deciding on a treatment plan, our talented team of board certified dermatologists will consider the location and severity of involvement along with medical history. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn more about our psoriasis treatments.

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Psoriasis Treatment NJ

5 Things You Should Know About Psoriasis

In 2011, Kim Kardashian brought psoriasis to the forefront of American conversations by revealing that she suffers from it. She joins about 7.5 million other Americans that live with psoriasis. If you are curious about the diagnosis, here are 5 things you should know about psoriasis.

  • Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition. Once you are diagnosed with psoriasis, you will have it for the rest of your life. The skin condition is hereditary, however, just because a family member has psoriasis, does not mean that you will get it.
  • Psoriasis can impact any part of patients’ bodies. While psoriasis can appear anywhere, it typically pops up on the elbows, knees, shins, arms, lower back, and scalp.
  • Psoriasis has no cure. Unfortunately, psoriasis does not have a cure, however, it can be treated with different medications and therapies.
  • Flare-ups occur with stress. When patients undergo tremendous stress, psoriasis flare-ups can occur. It is important to remember that although it can be quite stressful experiencing a flare-up, try to remain calm and bring your stress levels down.
  • Keep a healthy lifestyle. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is pertinent towards minimizing the appearance of psoriasis. Participating in yoga or meditation activities, eating healthy, and getting enough sleep will improve your skin.

Windsor Dermatology will work to solve your dermatological problems and address your skin needs. We are proud to offer many treatment options for your psoriasis. Windsor Dermatology will tailor your treatment to meet your needs.

Since 1985 our Medical Director, Dr. Bagel, has been at the forefront of psoriasis patient care, treatment, and clinical research. The Psoriasis Treatment Center of Central New Jersey and Windsor Dermatology is one of the most respected clinical settings in America for psoriasis treatment.

We utilize a few methods to reduce the effect of psoriasis. Among the treatment options are ultraviolet light therapy, biologic therapies, and oral medications. Before deciding on a treatment plan, our talented team of board certified dermatologists will consider the location and severity of involvement along with medical history. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn more about our psoriasis treatments.

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Eczema Treatment NJ

5 Tips for Living with Eczema

Eczema is a common skin condition that causes red, itchy, swollen skin. Although there is no cure for eczema, there are a few things that you can do to minimize the impact of it on your life.

  • Stay away from triggers. There are a variety of reasons patients might experience an eczema flare up. Try to stay cognizant as to what those triggers are and stay away from them. Eczema patients should definitely stay away from fragrant products. They should opt for unscented products without harsh chemicals.
  • Moisturize your skin. One of the best ways to minimize the appearance and effect of eczema is to moisturize your skin. We recommend to patients to put lotion on after showering, this will replace the moisture that was lost.
  • Try not to scratch. We know, eczema is extremely itchy. Although your instincts might be wanting you to itch your skin, try not to. Doing so will make you itch more, which can lead to damaging the skin and causing an infection. When your skin is itchy, try to use a cold compress and moisturize.
  • Wear cotton. Certain fabrics can irritate patients’ skin, so we recommend wearing cotton clothes. In addition, people with eczema should wash new clothes before they wear them to prevent irritation.
  • Stress causes flare-ups. Have you noticed that in times of stress, your skin seems itchier than ever? It’s true that when patients experience high levels of stress, their eczema flares-up. Try to limit stress levels by practicing yoga and meditation.

No matter your skin care needs; Windsor Dermatology will solve your problem. We have an excellent team of six board certified dermatologists that take pride in their work and strives for the highest quality care. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn more about the services we offer.

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Juvederm Treatment NJ

Get Ready for Valentine’s Day with Juvederm

Valentine’s Day is coming up and many of our patients will be heading out with their significant others. Have you been thinking about Juvederm to plump your lips up for the 14th? We’ve put together a guide of everything you should know about Juvederm to assuage your fears.

Juvederm is a non-allergenic injection that works well on any patient. If you are looking to receive Juvederm before a big date on Valentine’s Day, we recommend you book your appointment to be at least 2 days before the 14th. The reason being, Juvederm needs time to settle.

Before you are scheduled to come in for your appointment, ask your doctor about the medications you are taking. It is advised to stop taking any medicines that could prolong periods of bleeding, such as aspirin or ibuprofen. To minimize any pain experienced, your doctor might apply a numbing agent. This can be administered via a dental block or topical anesthetic.

The process of receiving Juvederm injections is relatively quick, it takes approximately 10-15 minutes. It works by mimicking the body’s natural connective tissue material called hyaluronic acid. During the injections, you might feel mild pinching. The treatment will last for about 6-9 months, as it does not stop dramatically, but fades away over time.

As Juvederm is non-allergic, you should not experience any serious side effects. Rather, you might experience swelling, mild pain, and redness at the injection site. Typically, those side effects should last for about two days.

No matter your skin care needs; Windsor Dermatology will solve your problem. We have an excellent team of six board certified dermatologists that take pride in their work and strives for the highest quality care. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn more about the services we offer.

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Laser Hair Removal Tips

Laser Hair Removal Tips

Unwanted hair can be pesky and an inconvenience to remove. If you are considering removing unwanted hair more permanently via laser hair removal, follow the tips below to prepare.

  • Select a board certified dermatologist. The best way to ensure a safe, effective procedure is to select a board-certified dermatologist to conduct laser hair removal. They have experience administering the treatment.
  • Consultation with the doctor. Before starting the procedure, you should schedule a consultation with the doctor set to perform it. This will help the doctor review medical history and explain the benefits of laser hair removal.
  • Avoid sun exposure. Once you have decided to undergo laser hair removal, you must avoid sun exposure. One of the risks of the procedure is skin lightening, having a tan will increase the risk of that side effect.
  • Do not pluck, wax, or receive electrolysis. You cannot pluck, wax, or receive electrolysis on the hair that you hope to remove with laser hair removal. The reason is that it will interfere with the procedure.
  • During the procedure. The doctor will prepare your skin before the procedure by applying a cooling gel. You will also need to wear goggles to protect your eyes. Depending on where you receive laser hair removal, it can take anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours.
  • Post-laser hair removal. It is normal to experience redness and swelling on the skin for a few hours after the procedure. It is important to stay out of the sun until your skin has healed.

No matter your skin care needs; Windsor Dermatology will solve your problem. We have an excellent team of six board certified dermatologists that take pride in their work and strives for the highest quality care. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn more about the services we offer.

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How to Get Clear Skin

Does your skin feel dull and dry? Have you been noticing an increased amount of acne? Acne and dry skin can be extremely uncomfortable. Follow the tips below and you will be on your way to clear skin.

  • Wear sunscreen. If you don’t want a lot of wrinkles in the future, put sunscreen on every day. Preventive care is better than fixing the problem afterward. Winter is not an excuse not to wear sunscreen because the sun’s rays are just as strong.
  • Wash makeup brushes. Many people are guilty of not washing their makeup brushes. Not doing so is one of the easiest ways to cause breakouts, as the brushes hold dirt and bacteria.
  • Use an antioxidant-rich serum. Serums are different from lotions and creams; they are more concentrated so you’ll only need a small amount.
  • Clean your phone. Your smartphone gets so many germs on it throughout the day. It is a breeding ground for bacteria, viruses, and germs. The combination of that causes pimples and irritation. We recommend cleaning your phone a few times a day with a disinfecting wipe.
  • Get enough sleep. Sleep is one of the best things for your body. It gives it the chance to renew and recover from the day’s activities. Not getting enough sleep will leave your skin looking dull and pale.
  • Exfoliate your skin. If you’re looking in the mirror and wishing you had smaller pores, exfoliate your skin. The reason why your pores look bigger is because they are filled with dirt, dead skin cells, and oil. Exfoliating will help get rid of the gunk in your pores.

No matter your skin care needs; Windsor Dermatology will solve your problem. We have an excellent team of six board certified dermatologists that take pride in their work and strives for the highest quality care. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn more about the services we offer.

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Best Procedures for 2017

Happy 2017! If you love skin care and innovative procedures, 2017 is going to be an exciting year for you. The new year is a great time for self-improvement, why not start with your outward appearance? There are a lot of treatments in the dermatology world that you should try out this year.

  1. Acne treatments. Is 2017 the year you finally want to get rid of acne? Make it a resolution to finally make that appointment to get treated for acne. Dermatologists can prescribe a variety of treatment options to provide you with clearer skin.
  2. Facial rejuvenation. Have the holidays and cold weather left your skin feeling a little dull, dry, and wrinkly? There are numerous procedures available to bring your skin to a youthful, smoother, brighter state. One of which, is microdermabrasion. It’s known as an “instant facelift,” and is one of the most popular and effective anti-aging skincare treatments available today.
  3. Innovative fat removing procedures. Now that the holidays are over, many of us are looking ahead to the summer months. If you are unhappy with your bikini body, CoolSculpting will be able to help. CoolSculpting is a non-invasive alternative to liposuction. It eliminates unwanted fat without surgery or downtime.
  4. Sweat less in 2017. Hyperhidrosis is a condition that makes people sweat more than the body would normally need to. There are a few ways to treat it, including BOTOX® injections, which is usually covered by insurance.
  5. Permanent hair removal. Many people have unwanted hair on their bodies. Dealing with the hassle of removing it daily, weekly, or monthly can become inconvenient. Laser hair removal offers a permanent solution to getting rid of pesky hair.

No matter your skin care needs; Windsor Dermatology will solve your problem. We have an excellent team of six board certified dermatologists that takes pride in their work and strives for the highest quality care. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn more about the services we offer.

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Holiday Skincare Routine

It’s now officially holiday season! Over the next few weeks, holiday parties near and far will be celebrated. Picking out presents, planning a holiday party, and traveling can be pretty stressful, especially during the high traffic period in November-January. We all want to look our best during the holiday season, follow these tips to keep your skin glowing and holiday party ready!

  • BOTOX Cosmetic Treatment. If you are nervous about fine lines and wrinkles showing up in your annual holiday photos, receive a BOTOX treatment. After a simple procedure in which BOTOX injections are made by one of our board certified dermatologists, you will notice most results last three months or longer. This will keep your skin wrinkle-free through the holiday season and into the new year!
  • Laser Hair Removal. We all have unwanted hair that can be embarrassing and annoying to deal with on a regular basis. Laser hair removal is a step towards permanent hair removal. Typically, 4 to 5 monthly treatments will provide optimal results. It all depends on the size of the area, the density and growth cycle of the hair being treated.
  • Sclerotherapy. Do you have any fancy holiday parties on your agenda for December? Are you uncomfortable wearing a dress because of spider veins? Sclerotherapy is a procedure that involves an injection into the vein to eliminate spider veins.
  • Juvederm. Are you hoping to create the perfect red lip for your next holiday party? Juvederm can be used for lip augmentation and is a quick procedure. Ultimately, most treatments last between six and nine months.

No matter your skin care needs; Windsor Dermatology will solve your problem. We have an excellent team of six board certified dermatologists that takes pride in their work and strives for the highest quality care. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn more about the services we offer.

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