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Stay tuned for QWO

QWO is an exciting new injectable used to treat  moderate to severe cellulite in the buttocks of adult women. It is the first and only FDA-approved injectable for cellulite, and it is unique in that is targets a primary structural cause of cellulite – the disordered fibrous septae. While cellulite... Continue Reading

IMPORTANT UPDATES FROM DERMATOLOGY & LASER OF DEL MAR

Dear Patients, We are happy to announce that we are now completely open for service. We will continue to offer telemedicine whenever possible however, we are seeing patients in-office as well. We are implementing the necessary protocols to meet and exceed the CDC and local guidelines to ensure a safe... Continue Reading

By Popular Demand! Introducing Intracel Radiofrequency (RF) Microneedling

At Dermatology & Laser of Del Mar we strive to provide our patients with the most advanced treatment options for a wide variety of cosmetic and skin health concerns. It is with this commitment to excellence in patient care that we are excited to announce the addition of Intracel Radio... Continue Reading

Facts About Dermal Filler And The mRNA COVID- 19 Vaccine

In recent days we have received questions from patients regarding reports of reactions in dermal filler patients who have also received the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine.  We wanted to take a moment to address the facts, and hopefully allay the concerns regarding these reports.  At Dermatology & Laser of Del Mar,... Continue Reading

Introducing Miracu PDO Mono-Threads

Dermatology & Laser of Del Mar is proud to offer Miracu PDO Mono-threads. This innovative treatment offers a minimally invasive solution for patients looking for a lift! Recently popularized by actress Eva Mendez, who shared details of her treatment and favorable results, Miracu polydioxanone (PDO) threads are ultra-thin medical-grade sutures,... Continue Reading

Six tips for treating “Maskne”

When the mask comes off, no one wants to see the maskne underneath. As face masks have become a big part of our new norrmal, mask-ne has become a very common complaint. The need to wear a mask is important in preventing the spread of COVID-19 and outweighs any inconvenience... Continue Reading

What is Margarita Dermatitis?

What is Margarita Dermatitis? Margarita Dermatitis, or Phytophotodermatitis, is a phototoxic inflammatory reaction caused by UVA light exposure to skin that has come into contact with certain plants. Many citrus fruits, wild vegtables, herbs and flowers can cause this painful condition. However, limes are the most common culprit, hence the... Continue Reading

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