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Sherry Maragh, MD
How To Make Your Best First Impression
Maragh Dermatology, Surgery & Vein Institute
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How To Make Your Best First Impression

How To Make Your Best First Impression

“We only get one chance to make a good first impression.”

This adage is worth remembering, especially in a competitive, modern day world. Each day we meet someone new, someone who may help us improve our lives. It might be a person assisting us in getting a promotion, or a new job, or it might be someone we want to make a good impression on, such as a first date.

Whatever the case, we always want to look our best. Often times that begins with investing in one of our most valuable assets, which is our skin. Whether it’s for professional reasons, or just personal, we want our skin to look natural and healthy.

Everyone can experience skin issues or irregularities. There are many non-surgical procedures that are available to help us look and feel better about ourselves, and the condition of our skin. When we look better, we feel better about ourselves.

There are also same day laser treatments available for acne. These treatments destroy bacteria that causes the condition and significantly improves scarring.

Light chemical peels, cosmetic fillers, and the use of Botox are just some of the techniques that are available for smoothing out wrinkles and improving facial blemishes. These procedures are particularly helpful in the forehead, and around those sensitive areas between the eyebrows and mouth (laugh lines).

Cosmetic dermatology allows us to improve the appearance of the skin by removing unwanted sun spots and pigmentation. It can also smooth out wrinkles and provide a natural texture to the skin. This is not just for older adults. Many young professionals should also consider this treatment.

These are just a few of the out-patient procedures available to improve fine lines, wrinkles and pigment irregularities. These treatments should always be conducted under the supervision of a board certified dermatologist and trained medical staff.

Sometimes multiple treatments are necessary depending upon the condition and history of the skin problem. People with active, stressful lifestyles will benefit from these procedures as they rejuvenate the skin and help bring back a youthful appearance.

A board certified cosmetic dermatologist will carefully explain which of these procedures may be best for you, and remember, most of these skin procedures are available in a one-day therapy session. Improving lives, by improving the skin. That’s a good way to be confident, and make a good first impression, every time.

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