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Ronald Bush, MD
Aesthetic Clinic located in Palm Desert, CA
Aesthetic Clinic located in Palm Desert, CA
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Types of Acne Scars (and What to Do About Them)
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Did you know that there are different types of acne scars? Scars can be classified as:
- Keloid scars
- Ice pick and boxcar scars
- Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation

Tip: Fractional O2 laser resurfacing can reduce the appearance of acne scars.

#acnescars #fractionalO2 #PalmDesert
How to Prevent Acne Scars
How to Prevent Acne Scars
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Asking for Paperwork in Advance
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Filling out the necessary paperwork as a new patient can take some time. Asking the doctor's office for the paperwork in advance could speed up your wait time once you come to your appointment.

#PatientAwareness #doctorappointments #PalmDesert
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3 Causes of Double Chins (and What to Do About It)
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Double chins are often associated with weight gain, but the double chins can occur for a variety of reasons. Aging (and the loss of skin elasticity), genetics, and weight changes all contribute to submental fullness. Double chins are tricky to eliminate, regardless of the cause. Kybella injections can help you permanently reduce unwanted submental fullness.

#Kybella #doublechin #PalmDesert
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What Can Dermal Fillers Do?
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Dermal fillers are most known for their ability to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, but they have many other uses. Depending on which dermal filler you choose, you may be able to use them to smooth wrinkles, add volume to the face or lips, reduce the appearance of acne scars, or hide smoker's lines.

Not sure which type of filler you need? Your doctor will help you determine the best one suited for your needs.

#dermalfillers #antiaging #PalmDesert
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It's always good to remember that prevention is better than cure. Screenings and regular check-ups have been proven to increase life expectancy, especially among people between 30 to 49 years old. It's highly beneficial to spread awareness and start young and early; check this list to see what you can do!
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#PatientAwareness #CheckUps #HealthTips #PalmDesert
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Treat Yourself to an IPL Photofacial
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Are you tired of trying product after product to shrink your pores? It's time to consider an IPL photofacial. Large pores aren't the only blemish that the photofacial can correct! After your photofacial, you'll notice a reduction in brown spots, fine lines, and uneven skin.

Have you considered an IPL photofacial?

#IPLphotofacial #skincare #PalmDesert
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How to Take Care of Your Skin after a Laser Treatment
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When you receive a laser treatment, your treated skin becomes sensitive to the sun. That's why it's crucial to protect your skin during the weeks after your laser treatment. This includes areas that were targeted for laser hair removal. To keep your skin protected, keep skin covered with clothing. If your treatment area cannot be covered with clothing (i.e., your face), always wear a high-quality sunscreen.

#laserskinresurfacing #sunscreen #laserhairremoval #PalmDesert
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How to Practice Self-Love This Month
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Practicing self-love can be challenging for anyone. Self-love is about finding happiness in yourself to benefit your overall well-being. To celebrate self-love month, here are some practices to include in your daily routine.

#SelfLoveMonth #LoveYourself #PalmDesert
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How to Handle Razor Burn and Ingrown Hairs (http://ow.ly/GKga50k9Oen)

Razor burn and ingrown hairs are arguably the most frustrating part of shaving. If you notice that your skin is often red, irritated, or inflamed after shaving, it's a good idea to refrain from shaving until the irritation subsides. You can encourage any trapped hairs to be released by using warm compresses.

Tip: If you always develop razor burn and/or ingrown hairs after shaving, consider banning shaving altogether and treating yourself to laser hair removal treatments.

#laserhairremoval #shaving #PalmDesert
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