Patients with significant wrinkles in the forehead, between the eyes, and in the crow’s feet area in the upper third of the face, or who have deep furrows between the eyebrows which result in a stern or angry appearance may benefit from injections of neuromodulators such as Botox or Dysport.

These neuromodulators act by temporarily paralyzing muscles with which they come into contact. The paralytic effect usually lasts about 3 to 4 months.

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Chemical Peel

Light chemical peels are helpful in the treatment of fine lines in the face, visible pores, and pigmentation unevenness. Often, a series of peels are performed for best results.

These peels are performed in Dr. Casso’s office by his aesthetician. Medical grade formulations are used.

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This procedure is helpful in the treatment of localized fine or deep wrinkles, typically around the mouth or between the eyebrows, and is a good choice for non-smoking patients in good general health who wish to improve the appearance of localized areas of facial skin.

In this procedure, a mechanical burr is used to carefully remove the outer layers of skin. Care is taken to remove just the right depth of skin and to feather the treatments peripherally, in order to minimize apparent demarcation of color between treated and untreated areas.

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Laser Resurfacing

Patients with significant wrinkles, acne scarring, or uneven skin surface texture or pigmentation on the face may benefit from laser resurfacing.

This procedure involves application of controlled laser energy to facial skin. With repeated passes of this energy, incremental tissue layers are removed.

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Scar Revision

Patients with wide, thick, depressed, or unsightly scars which may be the result of trauma, infection, or previous surgery may benefit from scar revision.

Patients interested in scar revision see Dr. Casso in consultation prior to scheduling the procedure.

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Skin Cancer Removal

Dr. Casso often sees patients who are diagnosed with skin cancer (basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma).

Generally, patients with a suspicious lesion are seen by their dermatologist, who performs a biopsy. If the biopsy shows a skin cancer, the dermatologist may refer the patient to Dr. Casso for removal of the skin cancer and reconstruction of the resulting defect, or the patient may self-refer.

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