Microderm in New Jersey

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Reflections Center

Developed and managed by physicians, Reflections Center is a member of the American Society Lasers in Medicine and Surgery. They specialize in skin care, laser treatments and cosmetic surgery: laser hair removal, facial rejuvenation, mesotherapy, acne scar treatments, fillers, micropeel and microdermabrasion. Includes before and after pictures of microderm. and a multimedia presentation clip. They are located in Livingston, New Jersey. Prices are as follows:

The Dermatology Group

The Dermatology Group team is made up of experienced licensed medical estheticians. They work with board certified physicians who provide advanced medical homecare products, clinical and restorative facials, chemical peels and microderm abrasion as well as many other cosmetic, medical and surgical procedures. They are located in Verona, Riverdale and Paramus, New Jersey.

Le Salon Classique & The Day Spa

Le Salon Classique & The Day Spa is located in Annandale, New Jersey and have 16 different facial treatments, including micro derm abrasion and natural peels, massage therapy and body treatments.

Ganchi Plastic Surgery

Dr. Ganchi is a Harvard-trained, double Board-Certified plastic surgeon who provides surgical, non-surgical and maintenance treatments for men and women. Included are face, body and breast procedures. Also performs microderm. Located in Wayne, New Jersey.

Beverly Friedlander

Dr. Friedlander is a Board-Certified plastic surgeon. Her office is located in Short Hills, New Jersey and offers several procedures including Botox, microdermabrasion, collagen, sclerotherapy, glycolic, TCA peels, fat injections, lip enhancement and laser skin resurfacing. Microderm is performed by a registered nurse.

NOTE: The information on this page was last checked for accuracy in June 2007. Please contact the surgeries for up to date information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can Young Women Have Micro Derma Brasion?

A: Microderm abrasian is safe for young women (and men) of all skin types but most doctors recommend it for girls aged 14 and older, mainly because they want to make sure that all major hormonal changes are over and the results of the procedure are as good as they can be.

Q: Does Micro Dermabrasion From Neutrogena Work?

A: The Do-It-Yourself microdermabrastion sets from Neutrogena works for some people and doesn't work for others. There are many satisfied consumers who say that Neutrogena set does make their skin look younger and feel smother. On the other hand, there are some unhappy costumers who say the kit is either too harsh, causing them irritations or break outs, or not very effective in diminishing fine scars and wrinkles. The only way to find out if the set works for you is to try to get a free sample and test the formula on your skin.

Q: Is Micro Derma Abrasion Effective On Your Back?

A: Over The Counter microderm abrasian tools can be used on your back as long as it's especially formulated as a body microdermabration cream. Using a facial microdemabrasion product on your back will not have the desired results because it's much too mild to have a significant effect on your back. Surgeon-performed microderm abrasions are suitable for use on the back.

Q: Are Microderma And Chemical Peeling Equally Effective?

A: Chemical peeling involve applying a mild acid solution to the skin that exfoliates the upper layers of the skin, while microderm abrasion is a mechanical peel that uses a stream of crystals (or a diamond tip wand) and suction to gently exfoliate the skin. Deeper chemical peels can be more effective than microdermabrasion treatment. because they exfoliate a thicker layer of skin, thus being able to remove deeper skin imperfections. On the other hand, a deep chemical peel requires 14 days downtime and involves serious side effects like flaking, redness and swelling.

Q: How Can Microdermabration Help If You Have Eczema?

A: Eczema sufferers should not use cosmetic microderm abrasion This procedures is somewhat invasive to the skin (any skin rejuvenation treatment is to some extent) and can worsen their condition. This applies to home microdermabrasian as well, despite its mild effect.

Q: Is Microdermbrasion Recommended?

A: Yes, thanks to its non-invasive nature microdermabration is recommended over other procedures like chemical peels and laser for superficial skin imperfections.

Q: Is Microderm Abrasion Effective On Uneven Pigmentation?

A: Micodermabrasion tool is effective on uneven pigmentation The micro-crystal flow abrades the top layer of the skin where unevenly pigmented skin cells are stuck. Several professional microderm abrasion sessions are required to even out skin tone and get rid of irregular pigmentation.

Q: Is Microdermabasion Effective On Enlarged Pores?

A: Microderm abrasian systems stimulate collagen growth which is why it's effective on enlarged pores. Collagen production is stimulated through skin exfoliation. Furthermore, the vacuum function of most micro dermal abrasion devices sucks out hardened oil, dust and other dirt which may clog your pores. This way, the oil in the glands can again reach the surface of your skin and your pores can return to their natural shape and size.

Q: What Does Microdermal Abrasion Do For Your Skin?

A: By resurfacing the top layer of the skin, do-it-yourself microderm does help the skin. After a full treatment of 6-12 sessions, most people notice significant improvement in skin tone and texture. The face looks younger, feels smoother, and has fewer superficial scars, fine wrinkles, enlarged or clogged pores. More severe skin imperfections require more invasive procedures like laser or chemical peeling. Do-It-Yourself microdermabrasion is also not as effective as professional micro dermabration.

Q: Is Microderm Recommended After Chemical Peel?

A: Microbrasion is not recommended if you've had a chemical peel (glycolic acid, salicylic acid, phenol, TCA, Jessner or any other kind of peel) in the last 14 days because the two exfoliating procedures combined are too aggressive and might affect your skin's ability to recover. This applies to OTC set and spa treatment.

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