Plan ahead for holiday skin rejuvenation, says Tampa dermatologist

Dr. Seth Forman warns individuals that preparation and time are important when undergoing popular skin rejuvenation procedures such as Botox and Juvederm
(PR NewsChannel) / November 20, 2013 / TAMPA, Fla. 

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With the holiday season kicking off just next week, dermatologists like Dr. Seth Forman will see a surge in patients asking for skin rejuvenation products, like Botox and Juvederm. The Tampa dermatologist is warning patients wanting younger looking skin to plan ahead for these procedures.

“You can’t wait until a day or two before a party or reunion to get these fillers,” says Forman. “Most take days to see the true results.”

Botox, a temporary treatment of frown lines and brow furrows, is injected around the wrinkle, paralyzing the muscle and making the area look smoother. One of the more popular procedures, the Tampa dermatologist advises that Botox can take anywhere from four to seven days to work.

Cosmetic fillers, such as Juvederm, are another type of popular rejuvenation procedure. Often lasting as long as a year, the drug is injected into wrinkles around the nose and mouth.

“Fillers like Juvederm have to be done at least a week ahead of time,” Forman advises. “There can be some bruising around the injection site, so it’s best to give yourself time.

Other procedures such as laser treatments and facials, which the Tampa dermatologist offers at his office, can also lead to minor skin discoloration and irritation. Forman also suggests a minimum of two weeks for procedures like this.

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About Dr. Seth Forman: Dr. Forman is a board-certified dermatologist practicing in Tampa, Florida. He was voted the “Best Dermatologist in Carrollwood” in 2011 and 2012 by the Carrollwood News and Tribune as well as the 2013 “Best Dermatologist in North Tampa” by the Tampa Tribune. In December 2011, he opened his new Tampa dermatology office, Forman Dermatology and Skin Cancer Institute, where he gives psoriasis sufferers access to the latest treatment options, including topical and oral medications, as well as biological and phototherapy. Dr. Forman is one of the few Tampa dermatologists to offer narrowband light therapy, which uses pharmaceutical grade light to suppress psoriasis. He’s also one of the few board-certified dermatologists in the U.S. to use the SRT-100 radiotherapy to treat basal cell carcinoma, the most common form of skin cancer.

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