Contact Us


Berkley – NEW!

248-307-8200
Northpointe Medical Plaza
27901 Woodward Ave, Suite 200
Berkley, MI 48072

West Bloomfield

248-855-3366
Atrium Medical Center
6330 Orchard Lake Road, Suite 120
West Bloomfield, MI 48322

Novi

248-773-3640
Keystone Medical Center
46325 W. 12 Mile Road, Suite 370
Novi, MI 48377

COMMERCE

248-694-6390
Edgewater Medical Building
9640 Commerce Road, Suite 100
Commerce, MI 48382

FARMINGTON HILLS

248-855-3366
Millenium Medical Building
32255 Northwestern Hwy, Suite 130
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Search
 

Blog

Do the foods you eat really cause your skin to break out? Ask one of our dermatologists what's right for you.

Do the Foods You Eat Really Cause Your Skin to Break Out?

We’ve heard it all before. “I can’t have greasy foods. My skin will break out. … If I eat chocolate, my skin will break out. … Drinking soda is the worst thing for my skin.” Is any of this really true?  Do the foods you eat really cause your skin to break out, or is it all a myth? And if it’s true, how is it possible? What is Acne? Before considering if the foods you eat really cause your skin to break out, it’s important to realize what acne is to begin with. Acne is an inflammatory condition. Simply stated, you break...

With a few winter skin care tips, you can have smooth, healthy skin for the season.

Winter Skin Care: How to Protect Yourself in Cold Weather

Wintry weather can really take a toll on your skin. Many people suffer from dry, cracked, even bleeding skin during the winter season. However, it doesn’t have to be a fact of life. You definitely can protect yourself with a few winter skin care tips that are not only easy, but can be rather enjoyable. Why Our Skin Gets Drier in the Winter When temperatures and humidity drop in the winter, the skin has to work harder to maintain adequate hydration. Humidity levels tend to drop off in the autumn and winter months. The drier the air, the more moisture it sucks from...

Many of our dermatology patients ask our doctors about their own skin care routines. They include using skin cleansers, skin moisturizers, and sunscreen.

I’m a Dermatologist, and Here is My Skin Care Routine

As dermatologists, many of our patients ask us, “What do you do? Which skin cleanser do you use? What kind of moisturizers do you prefer? Do you never go out in the sun at all?” Well of course we do! Most of us love to feel the warmth of the sun on our skin, as long as we know we’re protected from its harmful rays. If you’re proactive by using the right moisturizers and regularly visiting one of our dermatologists, you can reap many benefits, and freely enjoying the sun is only one. My Morning Skin Care Routine It’s not that I have...

The best sunscreen is one that you will use. For suggestions based on your skin care needs, make an appointment with one of our dermatologists in Berkley, West Bloomfield, Commerce, Beverly Hills, or Farmington Hills.

The Best Sunscreen: Sun Protection Recommendations

Our patients frequently ask us this question: “What is the best sunscreen?” Our answer is usually this: “The best sunscreen is one that you use.” Using sunblock regularly can minimize consequences of overexposure to the sun’s damaging rays like sunburns, premature aging, wrinkling, and skin cancer including melanoma. The proper use of sunblock is important as well. Apply the sunscreen 30 minutes before going out in the sun, as the chemicals in sunscreen take time to bind to your skin in order to become fully protective. Lip sunscreen should be applied 45 to 60 minutes before you go out in the sun. Reapply...

There are several differences between the Restylane products. Ask one of our dermatologists or estheticians for more information.

Injectables: The Differences Between the Restylane Products

If you are considering injectables for skin enhancement, you may have heard of the Restylane line of products and procedures. With so many products available, however, you may be a bit confused about how each product works and what’s right for you. To help you decide what’s best, consult with one of our dermatologists. In the meantime, following is a basic breakdown of the differences between the Restylane products.       Basics about the Restylane Line of Injectables Restylane® Overall, Restylane is a hyaluronic acid gel that can be used to add volume and fullness to skin, essentially correcting facial wrinkles and folds. It can...