Cosmetic & Medical Dermatology
Our board-certified dermatologists offer the most effective treatments available for a broad range of cosmetic concerns and skin conditions. Home to highly skilled physicians with specialized training in dermatology, innovative lasers and energy devices, and a state-of-the-art facility that spans more than 8,000 square feet, Laser & Skin Surgery Center of Pennsylvania provides comprehensive care for our patients of all ages.
When it comes to acne, it doesn’t just affect teens or young adults; it affects adults of all ages as well. Even a minor breakout can have a negative impact on your self-esteem and confidence. Our acne treatments range from topical solutions and oral medications to more specialized procedures like laser therapy.
Actinic keratosis is a condition that typically develops from long-term sun exposure. The skin condition often appears as a rough, scaly patch of skin.
Age Spots & Browns Spots
Age spots and brown spots are pigmented patches on the skin that develop from sun exposure and the natural aging process.
At Laser & Skin Surgery Center of Pennsylvania, out board-certified dermatologists perform a number of different treatments to reverse the signs of aging skin.
Birthmarks are noncancerous skin irregularities that typically appear at birth and can affect any area of the body.
A bruise is a discolored mark caused by blood from broken capillaries under the skin.
Café-au-lait macules or patches are common tan to brown birthmarks.
Cosmetic Treatments For Men
The board-certified dermatologists at Laser & Skin Surgery Center of Pennsylvania use state-of-the-art lasers and energy devices, as well as other nonsurgical procedures, to meet the unique needs of male skin.
Submental fat underneath the chin is difficult to get rid of with weight loss alone. Our board-certified physicians at Laser & Skin Surgery Center of Pennsylvania offer innovative treatments to reduce the appearance of a “double chin.”
Lasers and other technologies now make it possible to treat a wide range of cosmetic and medical conditions on patients with darker skin.
Facial Lines & Wrinkles
There are several factors that can contribute to the development of wrinkles, including age, facial expressions, and lifestyle choices.
Many people have redness and broken blood vessels on their face, neck, chest and legs due to various medical conditions.
Festoons, also known as malar pads, are swollen bags that appear beneath the lower eyelid around the cheek.
Hemangiomas are masses of abnormally large blood vessels that often appear within the first year of life.
Hypopigmentation occurs when you have lighter patches of skin on your face or body.
Ingrown Hair / Folliculitis
Commonly called ingrown hairs and razor bumps, folliculitis develops when bacteria penetrates the hair follicle.
Melasma is a discoloration of the skin that is typically caused by hormonal changes such as pregnancy or birth control pills, as well as prolonged exposure to the sun.
Moles, Lumps & Bumps
Moles are groups of melanocytes, or pigmented skin cells, that are brown, black, tan, or skin-colored.
Keratin, a hardened protein found in both hair and skin, is the primary building block of nails.
Nevus of Ota
Nevus of Ota is a rare skin pigmentation that can appear at any age, but is most common in childhood or adolescence.
Even though infants and children can have the same skin problems as adults, some of these issues are far more common in children.
Port wine stains, hemangiomas, and other birthmarks, rashes, acne, and acne scars are among the conditions that our board-certified doctors treat in children.
Port Wine Birthmarks
Dilated capillaries under the skin can lead to port-wine birthmarks, which are large red or pink marks that can progress as a child ages.
Red, scaling, itchy patches of skin are telltale signs of psoriasis, an inflammatory skin condition.
Red Spots & Blood Vessels
Facial spider veins, angiomas, and telangiectasia (broken or enlarged blood vessels) are common on the face, legs, and chest, though they can develop nearly anywhere on the body.
Sagging Skin / Skin Laxity
The aging process naturally results in a gradual loss of the essential protein collagen, which can cause sagging skin or skin laxity.
Scars are disfiguring marks left by wounds, cuts, acne, surgery, or any other skin-damaging procedure.
There are more people diagnosed each year with skin cancer than all other cancers combined in the United States. Fortunately, the vast majority of skin cancers are treatable when found early and treated properly.
Rapid growth of the skin can leave behind stretch marks, a type of scarring that often develops during periods of growth or weight gain.
No matter how much you diet or exercise, stubborn pockets of fat can accumulate over time.
Tattoos are permanent ink marks on the skin that are created by injecting pigment into tiny wounds in the surface of the skin.
Vitiligo is a skin-lightening condition that runs in families. Many experts believe it is an autoimmune disease. Depending on genetics, age, and lifestyle, the rate at which the skin loses pigment varies widely among individuals.
Wrinkles & Crepey Skin
A wrinkle is a fold or crease in the skin that appears as you get older. Crepey skin is a term used to describe thin, wrinkled skin that resembles crepe paper.
WHAT you are looking for?
Our dermatology skincare clinic in the greater Philadelphia area on the Main Line in Devon, which spans more than 8,000 square feet, is a comprehensive cosmetic and medical dermatology facility. Our board-certified dermatologists are leaders in the industry who have trained under distinguished physicians to provide our patients with cutting-edge care.
laser & skin
surgery center of Pennsylvania
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Limited Saturdays: 8:00am - 12:00pm
Monday - Wednesday, Friday: 9am - 4:30pm
Thursday: 9am - 5pm
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*Physicians perform 100% of all medical and cosmetic treatments.