Skin Resurfacing Conveniently located to serve DTLA and Los Angeles
Skin resurfacing is a general term for improving the quality of the skin. It can be used to treat a multitude of issues, including pigmentation, blotchiness, superficial age spots, bumpiness, clogged pores, and fine lines. Different forms of skin resurfacing can be tailored to meet the needs of the individual. We offer a variety of treatments with different length of downtime and results.
Dr. James Wang specializes in cosmetic dermatology treatments like laser skin resurfacing in DTLA, CA. Dr. James Wang can provide you with rejuvenated and healthier skin.
Skin tightening is one of the most popular procedures in the United States. Through the use of various creams and minimally-invasive procedures, we can help induce the body’s own mechanisms to tighten the skin. The methods range from the application of antioxidants on the skin to radiofrequency microneedling and lasers, such as the Spectra FX Laser. The effects usually do last a while, but requires maintenance over time as the skin continues to age gradually.
Scars are not only cosmetically bothersome, but some may be continuously grown and become itchy and red. Scar treatment is a complex art that may require a combination of topical creams, steroid injections, lasers, and minimally-invasive procedures such as microneedling and platelet-rich plasma injections (PRP). We perform these procedures safely and with experience. We are proud to offer the newest in radiofrequency microneedling, which helps decrease scars, grow collagen, and tighten the overlying skin.
Melasma, Blemishes, and Sun Spot Treatments
There are various treatments for blemishes and sunspots. We offer in-office medical grade products and chemical peels that can help lighten brown discoloration. In addition, we have lasers that are safe to treat these conditions. As with most treatments, expect a series to see improvement. The type of treatment or treatments will depend on a variety of factors, including your native skin color, size, and depth of the lesion, as well as your general health. A medical consultation is required prior to treatment.