Selecting a Skin Care Clinic
An important step in choosing a skin care clinic is knowing whether its medical staff has the appropriate level of experience and access to treatment options that meet your needs.
Duke’s board-certified oculoplastic surgeons and facial plastic surgeons undergo advanced training to become specialists in their subspecialties and have years of experience from routinely performing cosmetic procedures. Each of our doctors and providers come from unique backgrounds.
- Dermatologists are specialists who have advanced training and experience in treating a wide range of medical and cosmetic disorders of the skin.
- Facial plastic surgeons are otolaryngologists who subspecialize in facial plastic surgery that includes cosmetic procedures and reconstructive surgery on the face and neck.
- Oculoplastic surgeons are ophthalmologists who subspecialize in cosmetic procedures and reconstructive surgery on the face, eyes, tear system, and the facial structure surrounding the eye.
- Medical aestheticians are licensed skin care specialists who provide recommendations and skin care treatment to help people improve their appearance.
We offer a variety of nonsurgical cosmetic treatments that repair skin damaged by aging, excessive sun exposure, and lifestyle habits, including smoking and diet.
We use laser therapy and other techniques on children and adults to correct port wine stains, light brown marks known as “cafe-au-lait” spots, and benign blood vessel growths called hemangiomas.
Our comprehensive evaluation of your skin will ensure we recommend the right treatment or combination of treatments to give you a healthier, younger appearance that also boosts your self-confidence.