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Los Angeles Dermatologist, Dr. Peyman Ghasri, Offers Treatments to Improve Your Skin

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LOS ANGELES, Jan. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Los Angeles dermatologist, Dr. Peyman Ghasri, offers a variety of skin treatments to improve the health and appearance of the complexion. The right skin care routine can leave skin fresh, glowing and youthful. Both medical and cosmetic dermatological treatments may be beneficial for those with skin conditions or early signs of aging.

About Dr. Peyman Ghasri, Skin Doctor

Dr. Peyman Ghasri is a top Los Angeles dermatologist with an unparalleled commitment to his patients. He attended UCLA, from which he graduated Magna Cum Laude, and continued his education at UC Irvine School of Medicine. His perfect academic record resulted in his receiving merit scholarships and various awards. He completed his residency training in dermatology at UC Irvine and trained in both plastic surgery and dermatology to provide his patients with more comprehensive care. Dr. Ghasri offers extensive treatment options, including skin cancer treatment, not only for aging and cosmetic flaws but also medical conditions, such as warts, moles removal, infections, scars, eczema, psoriasis and rosacea. The right treatments can restore comfort, health and appearance. Visit http://www.castlederm.com to learn more.

Dr. Ghasri remains at the forefront of the dermatological field and has pioneered research for alternative Thermage applications. He has lectured in national and international forums and has been published in several peer-reviewed dermatology journals. Today, Dr. Ghasri is a member of the American Society of Mohs Surgery, a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, a fellow of the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery and a diplomat of the American Board of Dermatology.

Chemical peels and laser treatments may be used to address discoloration, fine lines, uneven skin tone or dullness. These treatments are designed to reveal fresh, healthy skin underneath the damaged layer and are often extremely beneficial for premature aging. In some cases, they can also be helpful for addressing acne and similar conditions. 

Injectable treatments are also available. Botox and Dysport may be used to treat deep expression lines. These injections go right to the source of the problem by relaxing the muscles that trigger the lines and allowing the expression to soften. Juvederm, Restylane and Radiesse are injectable fillers that can soften and smooth deep lines and restore lost volume in the lips, cheeks and eye areas. 

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