About 85% of people get some form of acne at some time point in their life... 100% of us hate it.

Acne has many causes, including hormone fluctuations, environmental stressors, and genetics. The average course of acne spans 11 years when left untreated, but the mental and physical scars can last a lifetime.

Because acne is a complex disease, there is no one medication and no single combination of treatments that work for everyone. Acne treatment must be tailored to each individual, and followed closely for responsiveness.

Seeking professional guidance early on will not only relieve you of the frustration associated with acne, but can also prevent the side effects, such as discoloration and permanent scarring.

The basic approach to treating aging skin is two pronged:
- Prevent future damage
- Repair past and ongoing damage

Sun protection is key to preserve youthful skin. Other topical agents including the ABCs (Vitamin A - retinoids, Vitamin B3, and Vitamin C) -- can help repair and renew the skin's surface.

Regenerative clinical services can provide the most dramatic results to restore youthful skin. SkinHappy offers industry-leading treatments to help you face the world with confidence!

Skin pigmentation problems go by many names: age spots, sun spots, freckles, hyperpigmentation, sun damage, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, seborrheic keratoses… and more!

While these conditions are not normally painful, they can make people feel self-conscious. If you suffer from a skin pigmentation disorder, there are many treatment options to consider.

Sun protection is key to preventing further prigmentation problems. Other topical agents can help release pigment from the skin and block melanocyte production.

Rejuvenative clinical treatments like medical microneedling can help break up and release pigmentation, smoothing and brightening the skin.

Rosacea is predominantly a genetic condition. Although any skin type is prone, rosacea is seen most often in those with fair skin. Because the condition is genetically based, it cannot be “cured”.

Think of rosacea like a train. Medical treatments can modify the speed or location of the train. Topical and oral medications or regenerative treatments can slow the train. Targeted blood vessel treatments can bring the train to an earlier station. But because the condition is genetically based, it cannot be cured... the train cannot be stopped entirely.

There is a lot of misinformation and misunderstanding about rosacea, causing many people to suffer unnecessarily.

If you suspect you have rosacea, schedule an appointment to confirm if the diagnosis is correct and get an individualized treatment plan.

All humans undergo hair loss to some degree with aging. Hair growth cycles through pre-determined growth and shedding periods, with different hairs in different stages of life at any given time. You might be surprised to learn that normal hair loss starts shortly after puberty and proceeds at a genetically-prescribed pace.

The most effective solutions for hair loss are compounded prescription soultions that only a dermatologist can provide. Schedule your consultation today to explore your treatment options.