Aesthetic Services | Dermatology | Loyola Medicine

Aesthetic Services

Loyola Medicine is experienced in the most advanced aesthetic treatments of the face and body. Whether you're seeking to make a slight cosmetic improvement in your eyes, reduce varicose vein pain, reduce leg pressure or virtually anything in between, Loyola can offer solutions that meet your needs. Please contact us for more information or to set up a consultation.

Facial and Body Rejuvenation

Loyola’s dermatologists understand the importance of feeling confident and know that you want to look your best. When you feel good about your face, you feel more confident and self-assured. Decades of exposure to the elements, years of hard work and the daily stress of life can cause premature aging of the skin. This can affect how you feel when you look in the mirror.

Signs of aging, such as brown spots, uneven pigmentation, facial redness, fine lines and wrinkles, sagging skin and the loss of facial volume and contours, can seem to occur overnight. An appointment with one of our board-certified dermatologists will give you guidance and a plan for looking and feeling better.

We offer the latest in aesthetic facial services, ranging from rejuvenating laser procedures and chemical peels to facial fillers and botulinum toxins that can nonsurgically reverse the signs of aging. Let our dermatologic team help tailor an individual treatment plan and skin care regimen for you.

Leg Vein Treatments

We put an enormous amount of strain on our legs every day. In addition, other circumstances such as pregnancy, occupations that require long periods of standing and heredity can put intense pressure on the veins. This can lead to a variety of symptoms, from unattractive varicose veins to advanced problems such as skin discoloration and skin ulceration in the legs. Loyola’s dermatologists are experts in the latest dermatologic treatments, including injection sclerotherapy and laser techniques. If your varicose veins are more severe, special imaging or minimally invasive removal may be suggested.