Acne / Milia / Sebaceous Hyperplasia

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At Seiler Skin, treating acne is a multi-modality treatment approach using medical grade skincare, laser treatments, cleansing procedures and Dr. Seiler’s new and better cosmetic philosophy of treating the skin compared to older traditional dermatology methods of prescriptions and treatments. Dr. Seiler’s patients (especially those who have “tried everything”) are amazed at how he can help them with these new methods. Your process begins with medical grade skincare and cleansing procedures followed by other treatments (including lasers) for acne scarring.  Then we will develop a personalized maintenance treatment plan to prevent acne and keep the skin looking beautiful. Read Dr. Seiler's blog to learn his new cosmetic way of treating active acne or learn more about Dr. Seiler's specialty of Cosmetic Laser Surgery.        


HydraFacial Treatment

The HydraFacial Treatment is the newest advance in non-laser skin resurfacing. HydraFacial is the only hydradermabrasion procedure that combines cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, hydration and antioxidant protection simultaneously.  This treatment will give you clearer and more beautiful skin with no discomfort or downtime. The treatment is soothing, moisturizing, non-invasive and non-irritating.

Chemical Peels

Our peels provide safe and predictable results for improving skin tone and texture, sun damage, acne scars, and pigmentary conditions such as melasma. 

LamProbe

The LamProbe quickly and safely removes a variety of skin irregularities including skin tags, moles, warts, clogged pores, milia, small vessels and more.

IPL Treatment

IPL (intense pulsed light) technology improves the appearance of photoaged skin, removes age spots, most benign brown pigments, redness caused by broken capillaries, spider veins and facial veins. IPL treatments performed by Dr. Seiler have an extremely high measure of patient satisfaction, and can restore a more youthful appearance without patient downtime or a prolonged recovery.