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No miracles, just science—how red light therapy treats hair loss
Aticle BannerAt the Center for Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery, our team of professionals, including Dr. Cheryl Burgess, Board-certified dermatologist, are here to assist individuals with solutions for common skin, hair, and nail concerns. This includes patients who are faced with hair loss or thinning. Instead of dealing with products that fail to provide results, many times Washington, DC area patients may be advised to consider red light therapy.

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Your face says it all
Communication studies have shown that 93% of communication is non-verbal and includes facial and voice cues. In fact, your face is responsible for over half (55%) of all communication! So, what happens when you can’t fully control your neutral facial expressions? If you have a problem with this, you probably know the answer – miscommunication.

Droopy eyelids are just one of the facial problems that can make you look perpetually tired, bored, or even annoyed, whether you really feel that way or not. If you’re tired of looking tired and being misunderstood all the time, maybe it’s time to ask a doctor about cosmetic treatment options.

Some common treatment options for eyelid problems include traditional and laser blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), a brow lift, and several other treatments that can all enhance your eyes and help you regain control of your appearance.

Though blepharoplasty and related eyelid treatments are considered cosmetic, their effects can go far beyond vanity. With the right treatments, you can finally have facial expressions that match your real attitude, which can improve your relationships by putting an end to misunderstood non-verbal facial cues. After an eyelid treatment, you can finally communicate exactly what you mean through your facial expressions again.

Regain control of your non-verbal communication by booking a consult with the doctor this month to discuss the best cosmetic treatment options.
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Phone: (202) 955-5757

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