|Coastal Dermatology provides a comprehensive dermatology practice offering medical and cosmetic dermatology services. Our goal is to provide our patients with the exceptional care and service they deserve. Our friendly helpful staff is always willing to help our patients feel welcome. Our front office, aestheticians, medical assistants and providers look forward to helping you attain healthy beautiful skin.|
What is Kybella?
Kybella is the first and only FDA-approved nonsurgical treatment that contours and improves the appearance of submental fullness or “double chin.” Some patients have also experienced a tightening of the skin in the area.
Before and After Examples
Results may vary. Images courtesy of Kybella
Winter Conditions can be hard on your skin. I see a number of patients complaining of dry, itchy skin. Some have a fine rash with red spots that they've been told is "Grover's disease".
NEW! Winter Conditions Can Be Hard On Your Skin
Recent 411 Posts
CoolSculpting Fat Reduction
Non-surgical fat reduction treatment that was featured on Dr. Oz.
New information on sunscreen usage.
Skin Hygiene Tips
Tips about maintaining hygiene with acne, skin care products, and make-up.
Ultherapy® advanced lifting and firming
Ultherapy is the state-of-the-art non-surgical ultrasound skin rejuvenation treatment that uses ultrasound to see below the surface of the skin and to
specifically target the deep foundational
layer of tissue that doctors address in surgery.
Visible effects include a lifting and firming of sagging skin. Uthera offers a more youthful appearance with minimal downtime.
Learn more about Ultherapy
Are you concerned about those unattractive brown spots starting to appear on your face, chest and hands?
The main cause of these spots is prolonged exposure to ultraviolet light. This causes extra pigment (melanin) to be produced at a faster rate than normal. Over time extra melanin is collected in the skin at higher concentrations than normal. Because these spots are mostly due to sun exposure, you'll often see it appear with other signs of sun damage like wrinkles, textured skin and red veins.
It is important to have your skin checked every 6-12 months. Dr. Kaplan, Dr. Farrell, or Julie McCardell,FNP can give you a complete skin exam to first determine that the spots are not skin cancer. At the time of your appointment they can make their recommendations as to which treatment is best to help lighten your brown spots. We have our own special prescription strength Firm & Fade cream to help lighten your spots. We also have photorejuvenation treatments available with Intense Pulsed Light (IPL). It provides a gentle, non-invasive solution that provides natural improvement with minimal down time. For more information Click here.
Dr. Kaplan Featured in Dermatology Times Magazine
Read the following article on Botox, Reloxin and Dysport that features Dr. Kaplan.
Click here to view the article.