Jennifer Baron, MD Dermatology and Mohs Surgery
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Dr. Baron Educates Other Doctors at Local Hospital on Risks of UV Exposure

As both a medical and cosmetic dermatologist, Dr. Baron sees a large number of cases stemming from overexposure to the sun. Last fall, she was invited to present her educational lecture to Stanford University Family Practice residents and other doctors and nurses at O'Connor Hospital.  Her presentation, entitled "UV-A's, B's, and C's," provided a specialist's perspective on effective protection from UV sun exposure and the consequences of too much sun.

For more information on skin cancer prevention, you are welcome to visit the website of the Advanced Institute for Skin Cancer & Mohs Surgery (AISCMS), and education resource for the general public and an interactive blog.

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Botox® and Dermal Fillers
Written by Jennifer Baron
Sunday, 10 October 2010 18:49
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Botox® for Reduction in Appearance of Fine Lines and Wrinkles, Prevention of Deep “Fixed” Lines

 

By far the most popular and safest non-invasive treatment for decreasing frown lines, crows’ feet and bunny lines (nose).  In the year 2003 there were over two million Botox® injections performed in North America, and increasing numbers of treatments have been performed every year since then.  Scientifically, this means we have a huge source of data to show that the procedure is safe and effective.  Ideally, the treatment can be done before the deep “fixed” frown and forehead lines set in so as to keep the skin smooth and healthy while still allowing for natural facial expression.

 

Radiesse for Restoration of Mid-Face Volume, a "Reset" to a More Youthful Face

Several dermal fillers have been developed since the early use of fat transfer and collagen injection were used for restoration of youthful cheek and facial volume.  We are fortunate that the technology has become so advanced that filler substances have become safer and more long-lasting, meaning the natural-appearing results from one treatment can be enjoyed for up to 1 – 2 years in some cases.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 June 2017 01:12