Dermatologists offer hair removal, vein treatments, skin peels and BOTOX® injections
Madison Medical Affiliates' experienced team of dermatologists now offer hair removal, photorejuvenation, chemical peels, BOTOX® injections and sclerotherapy. Located at the Water Tower Medical Commons at Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital on Lake Drive in Milwaukee, Madison Medical is pleased to provide these cosmetic services using the latest equipment under the care of board certified dermatologists in the comfort of individual treatment rooms.
For those living with unwanted facial or body hair, sun spots, age spots, facial veins, varicose veins and other cosmetic skin conditions, having these services performed by physicians can provide benefits.
"We see the addition of these services as a continuation of the care we provide all of our patients,” said Jason G. Rosenberg, M.D. “Our patients take comfort knowing that our physicians prescribe treatment programs uniquely suited to their diagnoses as part of an overall health plan."
Madison Medical's advanced "Pulsed Light Hair Removal" system uses filtered light to effectively disable hair follicles. Patients can choose between this option and laser hair removal to treat unwanted hair.
Photorejuvenation uses pulsed light to treat some skin conditions and remove wrinkles, sun spots or age spots. A chemical peel is a body treatment technique that improves and smoothes the texture of skin by removing damaged outlayers. This is ideal for individuals with facial blemishes, wrinkles and uneven skin. Madison Medical’s dermatologists are trained to determine the precise formula for each patient.
BOTOX® injections combat wrinkles, crows feet, frown lines and eliminates furrows in the forehead through injection points. Individual treatments can take a few minutes up to 20 minutes. Skilled physicians determine the amounts and locations for the injection points to have the best results for patients.
In order to shrink and reduce visibility of blood vessels, sclerotherapy is a process by which physicians inject medicine into the vessels using ultrasound to visualize the underlying veins. Equipment and physician experience are particularly important to this process.
"These procedures can help our patients improve their overall appearance while helping to restore their sense of self worth leading to a healthier mental state,” said Rosenberg. “As we address the entire health of individuals, these services can be important parts of their treatment plans. That is why we are so pleased to formally introduce these services to the community."