During a private consultation, Dr. Klein is your greatest resource to determine what your next steps should be for your personal skin care goals.
Avoid getting misinformation from med spa workers who may mean well, but do not have the education, training and experience to recognize skin cancers, rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis and other problems that may be present, and could be treated.
We diagnose a fair number of melanomas and basal cell carcinomas during cosmetic consultation appointments.
There are so many treatments to consider, it can be overwhelming. A dermatologist has the education and experience to guide you in the right direction, and away from expensive fads, or med spa treatments that could cause damage. We do not offer treatments that are a poor investment of time or money.
Dr. Klein makes a decision to offer a procedure based on her perceived value and safety of it, its ROI. Radiofrequency treatments are thermal energy, which is bad for the skin and can take a toll on it. Once they have been out for 20 years, we will see if they are associated with increased skin cancers.
Dr. Klein gets her information by going to professional medical conferences. Social media is not the place for people to get medical information.
We don't use hard sales tactics, nor are the aesthetic providers paid a commission. We don't offer Care Credit for everyday things like Botox® and fillers, but we do offer it for CoolSculpting® because the results are long-lasting. Keep your priorities: food, shelter, health and education must come first.
We want to help you to make good choices that stay within your budget. Usually the % interest rate on normal credit cards is better than Credit Care's interest rate.
The most expensive skin care products are not necessarily the best ones. We love Epionce products, and they are a terrific value. We can also advise you on the sunscreen and hyaluronic acids you should be using.