2015 Game Changers in Cosmetic Dermatology

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Leading dermatologist Dr. Goldman from landmark practice Cosmetic Laser Dermatology discusses the newest, cutting-edge treatments to watch for in 2015

Dr. Mitchel Goldman

Whether a person is looking for laser technology, dermal fillers, skin tightening and contouring, or any number of other procedures, 2015 will be an exciting year for advancements in cosmetic dermatology.

The field of cosmetic dermatology is constantly advancing and expert doctor Mitchel Goldman from renowned San Diego practice Cosmetic Laser Dermatology predicts what will be the most exciting new procedures in 2015. Ranging from laser refinements to FDA approval for new uses of dermal fillers, 2015 will be full of improvements aimed at helping men and women achieve the appearance they want.

LASERS. “A major advancement in lasers will be happening with picosecond technology,” said Dr. Goldman. “Currently used mostly for tattoo removal, Picosecond technology in 2015 will be used to effectively remove dark pigment in the skin such as pigmented lesions, birthmarks, and melasma."

INJECTABLES. In the realm of dermal fillers and injectables, Restylane Silk is the newest FDA approved dermal filler to make a splash on the market. Voluma will continue to be very popular and Radiesse, a collage stimulator, is on track to be FDA-approved for hand rejuvenation.

BODY SCULPTING. ThermiLift is another procedure which will become more and more popular in 2015. This device uses radiofrequency energy to lift and tighten sagging skin, and it can be used in combination with liposculpture for even more dramatic results. More people are choosing noninvasive procedures to achieve results previously only possible through surgery, as these nonsurgical treatments require less downtime and commitment than surgical procedures.

ThermiLift is a great treatment for tightening the skin, while liposculpture can be used for fat reduction,” said Dr. Goldman. “Together, they can be used to great effect in contouring and tightening the skin on the neck, resulting in a neck lift that doesn’t require going under the knife. This is a great alternative for people who are hesitant about surgery.”

Whether a person is looking for laser technology, dermal fillers, skin tightening and contouring, or any number of other procedures, 2015 will be an exciting year for advancements in cosmetic dermatology.

Mitchel P. Goldman, MD, is a board certified dermatologist and Diplomate of the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery with a distinctive insight into the performance of both aesthetic and medically necessary dermatologic treatments. As director of the landmark Cosmetic Laser Dermatology center in San Diego, Dr. Goldman strives to produce excellent patient care while utilizing the most advanced non-surgical and minimally invasive treatments available.

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