At DCSI, we provide a wide variety of cosmetic dermatology services in Wellington and Delray Beach, FL. All of our cosmetic dermatology treatments help our clients improve their skin with the latest technology in the industry. You can find further information on our procedures below.
Types of Cosmetic Dermatology Procedures Offered by DCSI
If you want to restore lost volume, smooth lines, soften creases, or enhance your facial contours, dermal fillers can help you achieve a smoother appearance to your face.
A minimally invasive vein therapy treatment can help get rid of or fade visible veins in your legs.
Microneedling is used to improve facial conditions like acne scarring, fine lines, wrinkles, loose skin, large pores, pigment issues, and more.
To reduce the visibility of facial wrinkles and other skin irregularities, DCSI uses skin rejuvenation techniques to make your skin look younger and healthier.
Treat fine lines, acne, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation with a form of chemical exfoliation to reveal healthier skin.
Reduce or eliminate fine lines on your forehead, between your eyebrows, and around your eyes with neuromodulators like Botox and Dysport.
Through the use of radiofrequency, which heats the skin, ThermiSmooth helps the tightening and smoothing of the area being targeted. This procedure also encourages your body to naturally produce new collagen, giving the area an overall tighter appearance for a longer period of time.
The non-surgical ThermiVa procedure helps with female rejuvenation in the vaginal area.
The cosmetic dermatology procedures we offer can improve the appearance of your skin by correcting the flaws that may make you feel insecure, such as acne scars, wrinkles, and more. Our dermatologist in South Florida also treats skin conditions that may not necessarily be harmful but can affect or even disfigure your appearance. If you are seeking a professional to help you achieve your aesthetic goals through cosmetic dermatology, you can count on Dr. Wassef at the Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery Institute.