You would not wear your summer clothes in the Winter, so why would you continue to utilize the same skincare products from the summer into the winter months? Dr. Kevin Smith of Charlotte Plastic Surgery clarifies that colder temperatures and dry winter effect your skin quite differently than the warm, frequently humid atmosphere of summer time -- and these modifications have nearly an Immediate effect on your skin. Winter weather depletes the moisture from our skin, therefore it is important to change to products that can deal with your skin's need for deep hydration, and include an exfoliating treatment with growth factors to slough off that skin that is already beginning to collect.
Dr. Nyame of Charlotte Plastic Surgery gives his insight on the many devices used for procedures and speaks on the practitioners who utilize them. Our mission is to renew the quality of life and increase the confidence of our patients through restoration, preservation and enhancement of physical form and function. While most devices used for cosmetic enhancements are similar if not entirely the same from practice to practice, it's the person who is using the device that makes the difference. Our estheticians are well versed and experienced in all cosmetic enhancement procedures and have been helping people look their absolute best for years. We want our patients to feel as comfortable as possible before, during and after each procedure. While our estheticians each specialize in the use of a specific device, we make sure that they are comfortable using every device on hand for any type of procedure that our patients undergo. Knowing what tool to use and how best to use it based on the desired outcome and skin type is something our estheticians pride themselves on.
Charlotte Plastic Surgery is pleased to offer expert Dermaplaning Services. Dermaplaning is a non-surgical cosmetic procedure. Using a scalpel, one of our expert Dermaplaning technicians gentling scrapes the surfaces of the skin. This removes “peach fuzz” and the top layer of dead skin cells. It is an exfoliating treatment that leaves your skin rejuvenated, revitalized, brighter, and healthier looking. Dermaplaning is often combined with other non-surgical cosmetic procedures such as facials and microneedling. The results of Dermaplaning can last up to four weeks. As a procedure that has zero down time for recovery, Dermaplaning is perfect for your busy lifestyle.
RegiMEN is a new medical grade skin care product specifically designed to address the unique needs of men’s skin care issues such as razor burn and ingrown hairs. Created by SkinMedica, and specially formulated with men in mind, RegiMEN is a complete skin care system.
Many people think of plastic surgery as something that is just for women. However, it is truly a myth that men do not care about their appearances as much as women do! In fact, more than 1.3 million cosmetic procedures were performed on men in 2017. More and more, men are seeking cosmetic procedures. Dr. Kevin Smith, a renowned plastic surgeon at Charlotte Plastic Surgery in Charlotte, NC in an interview with WCNC explains that men are certainly invested in presenting their very best selves to the world. He tells us that younger men tend to be more focused more on procedures that enhance their bodies, while older men are often more interested in facial procedures such as brow lifts or even just skincare products. Interested in the possibilities that cosmetic procedures can offer you? Give us a call today, or check out our website to learn more about Charlotte Plastic Surgery!
The time for fun in the sun has arrived! Do you know what to look for when it comes to sun damage and the early warning signs of skin cancer? Dr. Nyame from Charlotte Plastic Surgery has all of the answers you need on summer skincare!
We all face the same threat: overexposure to the sun during the hotter summer months. Watch Dr. Nyame on a recent WBTV segment as he helps you to understand both the reality of the sun's threat to your skin and the top products to help you prevent sun damage.
Spring is here, a time of renewal, regrowth and rejuvenation, especially when it comes to your SKIN. Expert Esthetician, Kelly Wolff, will discuss our top treatments to help you repair sun damage, fight wrinkles & blemishes, and protect against aging. We'll also share the personal transformation story our patient, Jennifer, a bride-to-be preparing for her upcoming wedding. Jennifer has spent the last few months undergoing a complete skin overhaul and Kelly will share her treatment plan and before & after photos with you.
Halo Laser Treatment - one of the primary ways in which celebrities keep their skin looking so youthful - is available to you at Charlotte Plastic Surgery. Watch as one of our highly-skilled Skin Health Specialists, Allie Hogge, explains what the Halo Laser Treatment can do for you on WCNC.
Dr. Finical has changed the way he approaches his patient’s face injection procedures due to recent improvements seen in Botox and cheek fillers. Dr. Finical has seen a trend and now performs more preventive Botox for people in their 20s and early 30s, as well as, offers the best face and cheek fillers as a result of the trending injectables for the face. Watch as Dr. Finical goes into detail about how customized these improvements and trends have made the face injection procedure.
Modern sunscreens only protect your skin from a fraction of damaging sunlight rays and environmental toxins. The latest and best skincare tips for all types of skin and all ages are discussed in detail in this video with Dr. Stephan Finical. Watch to learn about one step you can take to heal and protect your skin today.
We all have heard about the power of antioxidants and how important they are to our overall health. But what exactly do they do for our body? Dr. Smith discusses what an antioxidant is, what it does for our body, and how we can help apply more antioxidants to our skincare regime.
Have you noticed a change in your skin after the hot summer weather? It may be seasonal and you may need to consider some changes to your skincare routine this Autumn. Here’s how you can help your skin recover and prevent any further skin damage, like fine lines and dark spots. Watch our Skin Health Specialist, Kelly Wolff, on Fox46 Charlotte, and get her how-to on what products you should be using and other skin recovery recommendations you can do at-home and in-office.
It's summer-time! Is your skin care regime protecting your skin like it should? Dr. Kevin Smith talks with WBTV about the one definitive way to know, and recommends the best skin care products to use during the sunniest time of year.
Are you seeking non-invasive options to revitalize how you look and feel? Search no further. Watch as Dr. Smith discusses a variety of options depending on your body's unique needs that expert team at Charlotte Plastic Surgery offers you! We cover laser treatment, peels, and fillers.
Good skin care can enhance results for all patients. Facial aging happens in three different ways: aging skin, loss of volume and loss of elasticity. To develop a personalized skincare program to improve the quality of your skin, we recommend a method called the GRASS method - Growth Factors, Retinols, Antioxidants, Specialty Products and Sunscreen. SkinMedica is all about the science, every ingredient in every product has a reason to be there and is effective. Watch the complete video to learn more!
Do you struggle with adult acne? You are not alone. Watch as Dr. Smith addresses new skin treatment options to reduce and ultimately clear your skin of blemishes. You do not have to suffer through vicious breakouts anymore! Charlotte Plastic Surgery offers nationally-recognized skin care products to enhance your skin's natural, healthy glow.
Over exposure to the sun wreaks havoc on your skin year-round, not just during those summer trips to the beach. Watch as Charlotte Plastic Surgery's Dr. Finical discusses why skincare and protecting your skin from sun exposure should be on your mind even during the colder times of the year.
Charlotte Plastic Surgery offers a wide variety of SkinMedica products designed to combat the signs of aging skin. Focus on the quality of your skin and learn more about the GRASS Method, a dedicated skincare regiment which features SkinMedica's most powerful and effective products.
Watch Charlotte Plastic Surgery's own Dr. Finical discuss the risks of overexposure to the sun and how you can better protect your skin with Dianne Gallagher of WCNC. He also spotlights a revolutionary product only offered at Charlotte Plastic Surgery!
Reducing wrinkles and frown lines does NOT require surgery. Learn about all the injectable solutions offered at Charlotte Plastic Surgery to keep you appearing (and feeling) refreshed and youthful as ever!
Dr. Kevin Smith of Charlotte Plastic Surgery joined Good Day Charlotte to discuss the negative effects of blue-light. More specifically he discusses on how it damages the skin and what people can do to prevent this from happening. Evolving research has shown that blue light can be bad for skin. It’s certain that blue light in the 380–400 nm range is problematic, although the risk seems to lessen somewhat toward the top end at 500 nm. Long-term blue light exposure to concentrated sources of blue light energy can cause skin damage, including color changes, inflammation, and weakening of the skin’s surface. Simply put, blue light promotes stressors in skin that cause photo-aging; that is, aging from exposure to light. Without question, sunlight is the main source of blue light to which we are exposed; digital devices emit only a fraction of that amount of radiation, however we still need to be cognizant of how much we are using our devices. A major difference is that our phones are much closer to us than the sun, and this “close-up” exposure matters. In contrast, blue light UV is more diffuse and much further away. A simple solution for blue light protection is to cover your phone and tablet with a blue light screen shield. It’s a cheap fix, eliminating the need to worry about skin care or sunglasses when using your phone or tablet (if only it were that easy for your skin and the sun). Whether it’s the light from sun exposure or from your smartphone, without question, you need to protect your eyes during the day. Limiting screen time is the best method to avoid blue light exposure. In terms of skin care to help prevent blue light damage, look for serums loaded with antioxidants and consider a skin care routine formulated with ingredients proven to address the visible effects of airborne pollutants. Although blue light isn’t the same as smog, both cause unwanted skin issues.