Dr. Sapra explains the unique way to treat little broken blood vessels called Spider Nevi.
Dr. Sapra discusses the cause of acne and different acne treatments.
Dr. Sapra further discusses the cause of acne and different acne treatments.
Dr. Sapra explains the different treatments for acne cysts.
Dr. Sapra explains the different types of acne scars and treatments for each.
Acne Scarring 2
Dr. Sapra further explains the different types of acne scars and treatments for each.
Dr. Sapra discusses ICLS’s approach to treating Acitinic Keratosis.
Angio Keratoma’s look like small little blood blisters that can occur anywhere in the body. ICLS has a couple different treatment options for this condition.
Dr. Sapra explains the process of treating angiobroma and the different techniques.
Dr. Sapra discusses the small little broken blood vessels called Angioma and how to treat them.
Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC)
Dr. Sapra explains the different forms of Basal Cell Carcinoma and the different options for treatment.
Commonly known as birthmarks, these are usually moles that are present at birth.
Cafe Au Lait Macules
Dr. Sapra explains what Cafe Au Lait Macules are and the best way to treat them.
A chemical peel is a wonderful treatment for exfoliation to get the skin looking fresher and brighter. There are a number of different chemical peels available. ICLS will recommend the right peel for you.
It’s really important to ensure you’re using an appropriate cleanser for your skin. ICLS will have a conversation to assess your skin and ensure you’re using a cleanser that is right for you, not only everyday use, but for post treatment care.
BOTOX® works by weakening the muscle movement in the injection area. It is usually treated on the crows feet, forehead, and glabellar lines.
Cosmetic fillers are temporary injectable treatments that are comprised of hyaluronic acid, which is naturally found in our bodies. These fillers can be used to increase volume, improve fine lines, and more.
There are no topical creams or lasers that can remove a cyst. Often times, treatment of cysts require surgical excision. There are two main surgical treatments for cyst removal.
Dermatofibroma is a benign growth that can occur anywhere on the body. Dr. Sapra reviews the different treatment options and explains which are the most effective.
Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra (DPN)
Dr. Sapra explains the process of treating Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra and the different options to do so.
Dr. Sapra discusses the appropriate treatment to remove dilated pore.
Ear Lobe Repair
Dr. Sapra explains ear lobe repair and the number of options to approach treatment.
Epidermal cysts are usually benign lesions that can occur anywhere on the body. There are two surgical treatment options available at ICLS.
Fibroma has many meanings, which usually present as pedunculated, flesh-colored papules. Dr. Sapra discusses the different treatment options available at ICLS.
Dr. Sapra explains fordyce spots and how to treat them.
ICLS explains the process of treating HA Boosters and the maintenance needed after.
Dr. Sapra discusses hair loss treatments for both men and women.
Hair Loss & Hair Thinning
Dr. Sapra discusses hair loss and hair thinning and the process for treatment.
Hair Loss Supplements & Topicals
Jennifer explains the process of treating hair loss and the treatment program best designed for you that may include hair loss supplements or topicals.
Jewellery Tattoo is often caused by small metal particles that come off the piercing and embed themselves into the skin. Often times, ICLS will treat jewellery tattoo with lasers.
Keloids are thick scars that can occur anywhere on the body often times on the chest and shoulder. Dr. Sapra explains the treatment for these scars.
Keratosis Pilaris can improve in time but is not completely curable. It is usually treated with a topical cream and sometimes lasers.
Large pores can be difficult to treat. Dr. Sapra walks you through ICLS’ typical treatment steps to help the size of the pores.
Dr. Sapra and Anna talk about Lentigo, also known as sun freckles or old age spots.
Lipoma refers to a subcutaneous tumor of your fat cells. For small Lipomas, Dr. Sapra will remove them with a small punch incision. If they are large, you will be referred to Dr. Khanna at ICLS.
Dr. Sapra and Anna discuss Melanotic Macules, which are small brown lesions that usually occur on the bottom lip.
Melasma refers to increased pigment, usually occurring on the face in sun-exposed areas. Dr. Sapra discusses the treatment options of Melasma at ICLS.
Milia, also known as closed comedones, usually occur on the face and appear as small white bumps. Dr. Sapra and Anna discuss Milia treatment options and your Milia treatment at ICLS.
Mineral Make Up
Jennifer talks about the benefits of mineral make up and how they can even help heal your skin.
Mole mapping is a great way to map your moles and detect melanoma earlier.
Epidermal nevus usually occurs at birth or soon after birth. If they are large and extensive, they usually require surgical excision. If they are small, there are several treatment options to remove them, or at least improve the appearance.
Onychomycosis (Nail Fungus)
Dr. Sapra explains Onychomycosis and the different options for treatment.
Papillomas are small, fleshy growths that can occur anywhere on the body. Dr. Sapra talks about the different papilloma treatment options available at ICLS.
Pearly Penile Papules (PPP’s)
Pearly Penile Paules are benign lesions that usually occur along the head of the penis.
Photodynamic Therapy (PDT)
Dr. Sapra discusses Photodynamic Therapy (PDT), which is a treatment that uses a drug, called a photosensitizer or photosensitizing agent, and a particular type of cancer such as basal cell carcenoma.
Jennifer discusses the treatment process for pigementation and which products are best for your case.
ICLS offers two laser procedures for the treatment of Port Wine Stains. This treatment is long-term and has to be done on a continuous basis.
Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation
Inflammation from injury, eczema, or acne often causes brown patches on the skin. ICLS improves post inflammatory hyperpigmentation with topical products and lasers.
Protein Rich Plasma PRP
Protein Rich Plasma works by injecting your own plasma back into your skin. This procedure can help aging skin by increasing collagen production.
PRP – Hair Loss
PRP utilizes your own plasma that is then injected and releases growth factors that help with collagen production and stimulation of hair growth. This treatment can improve the fullness and quality of hair.
Dr. Sapra explains the common causes of rosacea, the three components to rosacea, and more.
Rosacea refers to redness on the face. It is important to tailor your skincare products to cater to rosacea. Dr. Sapra discusses the in-office treatments available for rosacea.
There are many different types of scars including surgical scars, trauma scars, and cutting scars. Scars have a color component and textural component, which ICLS takes into consideration when recommending the appropriate treatment for you.
Sebaceous Gland Hyperplasia
Dr. Sapra explains sybaceous gland hyperplasia, and the common treatments for it.
Dr. Sapra explains the common treatments for seborrhea keratosis, small flat woody warts that can be single or multiple.
Dr. Sapra discusses skin surveillance and his three step processes in monitoring the skin.
Skin Tags 1
Moles and skin tags can be bothersome to many people. Dr. Sapra explains the three options to remove moles and skin tags.
Skin Tags 2
Dr. Sapra discusses what skin tags are, where they often occur, and treatment options. Anna, an ICLS nurse, walks you through what a typical Skin Tag treatment is like at ICLS.
Stretch Marks – Red
Red stretch marks can occur in two situations. Dr. Sapra explains the difference and how to improve the appearance.
Stretch Marks – White
Dr. Sapra discusses discusses white stretch marks and ways to improve the appearance of them.
Sun damage can often turn into skin cancer and photoaging. It is important to treat sun damage in order to prevent skin cancer and improve the appearance of the skin and reduce the photoaging.
Sun Damage Saver
Dr. Sapra explains the unique way to treat the wide spread damage by using the sun, that caused the damage in the first place.
Dr. Sapra discusses the small little bumps on your lower or upper eylid, syringoma, and ways to treat them.
The Importance of SPF
SPF is a vital part of everyone’s daily skin care routine. There are many different sunscreens on the market. Let ICLS guide you in choosing the best sunscreen for you.
ICLS offers a unique skincare line called Universkin. Universkin offers a custom formula that is specific to your skincare needs.
Dr. Sapra discusses ICLS’s approach to treating venous lake.
Broken blood vessels can appear on the skin in a couple different ways. The most common broken blood vessels are spider nevi, that usually present as a red dot with some vessels radiating away. Often times, lasers are the best procedure for the treatment of facial vessels.
Vitamin C Serum for Your Skin
Vitamin C products are important to keeping the skin healthy and providing antioxidants to the skin. ICLS nurses will discuss your needs and steer you in the direction of the Vitamin C product that is right for you.
Many patients come to us at ICLS having undergone unsuccessful wart treatment. We have every options available here to address the warts including pulsed dye laser, liquid nitrogen, CO2, immunotherapy and other chemicals leading to high success rates of removal.
Warts are a viral infection of the skin and are often very difficult to get rid of. Dr. Sapra discusses where warts often occur and the different treatment options.
Dr. Sapra explains different treatments for warts including freezing, immunotherapy, home treatments, and pulsed dye laser.
Xanthalasma is often a result of fat being deposited in the upper or lower eyelid area. They often appear as small, yellow patches and are treatable with in-office procedures.