There are hundreds of products and procedures available to make people look younger, and we are constantly bombarded with images of what the perfect skin should look like. Because of this, facial rejuvenation can be very complicated for the consumer. While most people get wrinkles or other skin problems as they age, the degree and type of problems varies. Dr. Baron discusses the role in heredity and prevention techniques, as well as which medications or moisturizers may actually prevent or restore skin quality. There are a lot of options out there, and what you decide depends on your goals and your budget. Dr. Baron suggests plans for how to go forward with your discussion with a dermatologist to determine which procedure is appropriate for your needs.
Frank Baron, M.D.- Dermatologist and Founder – Island Dermatology
Dr. Baron, founder and director of Island Dermatology and Skin Care, has been rated one of the top metro area skin specialists by Seattle Magazine on numerous occasions. He received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania Medical School, and completed a residency in internal medicine at the University of Washington before receiving a fellowship in Dermatology 10 years later. He is board certified in both internal medicine and dermatology.