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Thursday, April 23. 2015

Category : New Treatments

Thursday, April 23. 2015

Treatment of pearly Penile Papules (PPP) with laser

Pearly Penile Papules (PPP) is a treatable condition that affects a small percentage of men in the United States. The small white bumps around the head of the penis are more than a cosmetic nuisance. My patients complain of occasional irritation and soreness after sex. They can be mistaken for STD and will not go away without medical intervention.

I have treated several dozen such patients over the past 15 years with a combination of Mixto Co2 laser and electrocautery with excellent cosmetic results.

The treatment is practically painless and recovery is about 4-7 days. The risk of scarring is minimal and the majority of the patients are very happy with the laser treatment.

A. David Rahimi,MD,FAAD,FAACS

Here are a few examples:

Tuesday, March 10. 2015

Category : New Treatments

Tuesday, March 10. 2015

PPP pr Pearly penile Papule treated with laser

PPP or Pearly Penile Papules

I have treated nearly 100 patients with PPP over the past 16 years.

This benign condition can cause profound anxiety in younger men.

It is easily treatable with lasers and leaves virtually no marks.

I start the consultation with a thorough medical exam followed by detailed photographs outlining the procedure and healing phases. 1-2 sessions are usually needed to eliminate the problem. The healing phase is 5-7 days. Mild redness and soreness can last up to 2 weeks.

Please come in for a free and confidential consultation

Or e-mail me your questions and photographs for a virtual consult.

afshinrahimi@yahoo.com

Saturday, March 7. 2015

Category : New Treatments

Saturday, March 7. 2015

Quadrafecta face and neck lifting without surgery

Quadrafecta

Ultherapy face, neck and eyes

Mixto fractional Co2 laser face, neck and eyes

Voluma fillers

Great non-surgical lifting

www.quadrafecta.com

Saturday, February 21. 2015

Category : New Treatments

Saturday, February 21. 2015

Bellafill and Juvederm Voluma for the treament of hollow temples

Sculptra and Juvederm Voluma can be used to fill in the hollowness in the temple area. This hollowness happens as we age and worsens in the 50s and 60s.

In addition to harvested fat, Juvederm Voluma and Bellafill can be used to fill these imperfections and rejuvenate the face. The treatment is practically painless and requires little to no downtime.

Please visit us for a free consultation.(the two top photos are before, the bottom 2 photos are immediately after)

Thank you

A. David Rahimi, MD, FAAD, FAACS.

Tuesday, January 27. 2015

Category : New Treatments

Tuesday, January 27. 2015

Restylane Silk; the newest filler introduced for luscious lips.

There is a new filler in town!

Restylane Silk was introduced this week and I had a chance to use it for the first time. I think the jury is still out on its longevity. I loved the way it glided in the syringe and achieved great results in sculpting luscious lips. It may also have a role in acne scarring and shallow lines around the eyes and mouth.

The key will fillers into the lip area is achieving a natural look. Big lips are out and luscious silky lips are in.

Please call us for specials this month on Restylane Silk.

www.foreveryoung.net

Tuesday, September 2. 2014

Category : New Treatments

Tuesday, September 2. 2014

Watch my 93 year old patient receive a non surgical facial tightening procedure

 It gives me great joy to see my patients grow older gracefully and still look their best self. You are never too old to look better and feel better about yourself. This 'young lady' has been coming to Forever Young, Inc. for years and is now turning 93 years old. She never misses her yearly facial Rejuvenation. Voluma is a great filler that can last 2-3 years and Ultherapy is a non surgical facial tightening procedure that can be performed with no sedation or general anesthesia. Check out our FB site to see her before and after photos.

www.ultheracenter.com

A. David Rahimi., MD, FAAD, FAACS.