With a huge shift in the public demand toward non-surgical options, cosmetic dermatology has taken on a major role in appearance improvement.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) March 31, 2012
This year's American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting mixed up over 10,000 attendees with some of the most talked about cosmetic dermatologists in the country. With a huge shift in the public demand toward non-surgical options, cosmetic dermatology has taken on a major role in appearance improvement.
Gone are the days of just "collagen and Botox" - today's cosmetic rejuvenation includes collagen stimulators and their many supporting filler and relaxer options. Dr. Fitzgerald is known worldwide for her exceptional expertise in complete facial rejuvenation using only noninvasive procedures - with a core of facial volume correction and restoration with Sculptra.
Dr. Fitzgerald's philosophy is that of seeing the face as a whole - and not simply as single compartments to be addressed. That overall viewpoint guides the physician in what needs to be done to achieve the highest patient satisfaction.
Dr. Fitzgerald's presentations on the "Atrophic Face" and "Anatomical Considerations for Facial Volume Restoration" drew the expected packed attendance. Her role as an international trainer for Sculptra and national trainer for most other fillers has positioned her as the "go to" physician for facial volume treatment success.
In her private practice in Larchmont Village, Dr. Fitzgerald has incorporated additional rejuvenation technologies which can be - and often are - adjunctive to her patients' complete rejuvenation programs. Ulthera's ultrasound technology, dubbed the Ultherapy Lift, has FDA approval for actual tissue Lifting and is an much talked about newer noninvasive treatment for skin laxity, loose necks and drooping brows.
With the mixed ethnic population of Southern California, Dr. Fitzgerald seeks out technology that is safely used on all skin colors...essentially those technologies which are "color-blind".
For skin resurfacing of the typically touchy mixed genetic skin types, eMatrix has removed the barrier for skins of color which were prone to post treatment hyper-pigmentation.
About Dr. Rebecca Fitzgerald:
Rebecca Fitzgerald is a Board Certified Dermasurgeon with a private practice located in the Larchmont area of Los Angeles, California. She is the leading Sculptra provider in the United States and the most requested Sculptra trainer both here and abroad. Dr. Fitzgerald's vision for skin rejuvenation is multi-level, with a particular focus on contouring, by use of injectables and nonsurgical lifting and tightening.
Dr. Fitzgerald is a Clinical Instructor of Medicine at UCLA and holds licensing in California, Hawaii and Florida. She is a prolific researcher and author of numerous professional articles and training videos for medical education.
Her private practice, Rebecca Fitzgerald MD Dermatology, is located in the Larchmont Village area of Los Angeles. (323) 464 8046 - http://www.RebeccaFitzgeraldMD.com.
Dr. Fitzgerald's practice is supported by a medical team with advanced technology skills and experience levels, including seasoned Registered Nurses and a Certified Physician Assistant.