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NOVA SKIN Condition Treatments

Acne & Acne Scarring

Acne & Acne Scarring

There are several types of acne. Depending on the type and severity the treatments will also vary. It is important to understand what your skin is going through to effectively treat it. Schedule a consultation to see what may be right for you.

Types of Acne:

Papules and Pustules, Fungal acne, Nodules and Cysts

Even after acne has healed, it may leave scars. Acne scars come in various shapes and sizes, each with different treatment methods. Indentation, often known as pitting, is a skin blemish that appears as dents.
Raised scars, which create a rough look, are another form. In addition, some individuals notice discoloration, redness, or pigmentation due to an acne flare-up. Our experts can analyze your skin to treat all three types of acne and scarring safely and efficiently.

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Melasma & Sun Spots


Melasma and sun spots both present and hyperpigmentation in areas of the skin, but they are two separate conditions. Sun spots are often caused by the sun or with age and appear as many small spots on the skin. Melasma is hormone induced and appears as bigger patches on the skin. Chemical peels are often used to treat this kind of hyperpigmentation.

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Rosacea is a condition that causes redness, bumps, visible blood vessels in areas of the face. When left untreated, it can worsen over time. Rosacea can be treated in our office with laser therapy.

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Hair Loss

Hair Loss

Hair Loss can be triggered by hormone changes, stress, and genetic predisposition. Visit or contact our office to learn more about the medications and treatments we offer for hair restoration.

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Excessive Sweating/Hyperhydrosis


For excessive sweating, Botox therapy is very effective at reducing overactive sweat glands. It works by blocking the nerve signals that trigger the production of sweat.

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