Conventional skin care remedies may fail to provide you with the results you desire, leaving you frustrated and irritated. Don’t give up hope, when there is a variety of medical skin care options available to you by visiting board-certified plastic surgeon Adam J. Rubinstein, M.D., F.A.C.S. If you live in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, or South Florida, it’s worth it to stop by his Aventura practice.
What is Medical Skin Care?
Many treatments are on the market or administered in salons by aestheticians to treat skin problems such as oily skin, sun damage, acne, and inflammatory disorders. Many of these are ineffective or produce only temporary results. Medical skin care is treatment provided by trained medical professionals to treat a range of skin problems. Your results will be much better than any over the counter treatment. Dr. Rubinstein, a trained plastic surgeon, provides a range of skin care services ranging from skin freshening to more advanced techniques such as aggressive skin resurfacing and remodeling to treat moderate to severe wrinkles.
Am I A Good Candidate for Medical Skin Care?
If you are considering medical skin care, you should look closely at your reasons and expectations.
Individuals who are thinking about medical skin care should give themselves honest self-examinations. Ask yourself the following questions:
- What do I expect medical skin care treatment to do for me?
- What goals do I want to achieve with my treatment?
- What is the drive behind my desire for treatment?
Depending on the treatment you choose, you will end up with refreshed, younger-looking skin. But it’s important to stress that medical skin care treatments, while effective, will not cause the more dramatic effects of plastic surgery.
It is vital that patients considering medical skin care treatments understand that their appearance will improve, and heightened self-esteem is often a side benefit. Be careful that you are not having surgery in hopes that other aspects of your life will improve, too. If you hope that your relationships will improve after surgery, for example, you may be disappointed. Cosmetic procedures change the outside, not the inside. It’s unwise to have laser treatment with the intention of changing the opinions of others. The procedures cannot change anyone but you.
Types of Medical Skin Care
How Much Does Medical Skin Care Cost?
Most health insurance providers will not provide coverage for the costs of medical skin care. To make your procedure more affordable, Dr. Rubinstein proudly offers financing
options for all of his patients. His office also accepts cash, personal checks, and credit cards.
If you are not satisfied with the appearance of your skin, it might be appropriate for you to consider getting medical skin care treatment. To find out more, contact Dr. Rubinstein at his Aventura practice if you live in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, or South Florida.