Cosmetic Dermatology Services Offered
Neurotoxins (Botox & Dysport)
Fillers (Juvederm and Restylane)
At Dermatology of Philadelphia, we hire only board certified dermatologists to treat all skin conditions and help you meet your skin care goals.
Call (215) 315-3197 today to schedule a consultation for services, and learn how you can achieve the skin of your dreams!
Soft tissue fillers work to restore fullness to the face that is often lost as we age. Depending on the area injected, fillers can be used to soften wrinkles, smooth skin folds, or replace areas of volume loss. The most common types of soft tissue fillers include hyaluronic acid derivatives (e.g. Restylane, Juvederm).
Kybella (deoxycholic acid) is a medication that is used to help dissolve fat in the submental region below the chin, sometimes referred to as the “double chin.” This medication is typically injected as a part of a series of 3-4 injections, depending on the amount of fat in the area.
Side effects of this injection include bruising, swelling, and rarely, injury to a nerve located in the injected region.
Chemical peels utilize an acid in a controlled manner to rejuvenate the skin. The chemical peel acts as an exfoliant to remove a specific amount of skin cells from the top layers of the skin, including imperfections in the process. Peels speed up the process of cellular turnover in the skin by shedding the top layer of dead surface cells. After a peel, new, healthier-appearing cells regrow, restoring the skin’s surface and appearance.