Anti-aging skincare solutions for smooth skin and improved texture and tone
Your skin changes as you age. While the beautiful skin of your youth is firm and supple, time can cause unwanted imperfections of the skin–including increased skin laxity that contributes to the formation of fine lines and wrinkles. Washington, DC area patients considering anti-aging treatments will want to work with a board-certified dermatologist to turn back time, smoothing away any wrinkles, lines and folds on the face. Dr. Cheryl Burgess of the Center for Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery can assist by suggesting appropriate anti-aging skincare recommendations for skin products and facial treatments.
Anti-aging facial treatments
Below are just a few of the treatments that Dr. Cheryl Burgess may recommend for patients looking to address fine lines and wrinkles on the face:
- Chemical peels
- Laser and light-based devices
- Radiofrequency treatments
- Dermal fillers
- Botox injections
- Skin tightening treatments
- Signature skincare products
Which one is right for me?
Our team of professionals encourages potential patients to call our office to book a consultation appointment with our dermatologist. During this initial evaluation, Dr. Burgess will talk to the patient about their unique concerns and skincare needs and then make appropriate recommendations regarding which treatments to consider. She may suggest a combination of treatments to achieve faster, more lasting results in some situations. For example, some patients might consider chemical peels or microdermabrasion to help smooth the skin and improve texture and tone, then pair these with dermal fillers to correct deeper wrinkles and folds. With the help of a professional, many patients can reduce the fine lines and wrinkles that contribute to an aged appearance and restore a youthful look to the face!
How do I learn more about anti-aging facial treatments?
Whether you are considering anti-aging skincare products or ask about specific services that can smooth the skin, now is the time to talk to a board-certified dermatologist about the many options available at the Center for Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery. Patients can request an appointment with Dr. Burgess by calling (202) 955-5757 and visiting the office at 2311 M Street NW, Suite #504. She also has a second practice location in Annapolis, MD, for patient consideration and is open to new patients at each office.