PUT YOUR BEST SELF FORWARD: ENHANCE YOUR CONFIDENCE AND ATTITUDE
Aesthetic Skin & Laser Center stands out from the competition for one important reason - our founder, board-certified physician and oculoplastic surgeon Dr. Roxana Barad. Dr. Barad personally administers all filler and injectable treatments and trains and oversees our licensed aestheticians in providing the latest laser, radiofrequency, and medspa treatments.
Dr. Barad and her team offer the most advanced techniques in aesthetic treatments, laser procedures, injectables, body contouring, and a variety of other nonsurgical skin care options to keep patients looking and feeling their best at any age. Minimally invasive cosmetic procedures are performed with a personalized approach best for each individual client, with the utmost care and regard for safety. Ensuring each client has a positive experience and achieves the desired results from his or her procedure is our top priority.
Dr. Roxana Barad has over 20 years of experience using Botox®, lasers, and permanent cosmetics in treating her eye patients. She is recognized in the industry for her skills and has instructed other physicians and medical professionals all over the country in the aesthetic use of Botox®, Dysport, Restylane®, Juvederm®, and Sculptra®.
So don’t trust your face and body to anyone with less experience – it’s a work of art and should be treated as such, with an artist’s finesse, attention to detail, and the medical expertise and knowledge of a real physician. Don’t you deserve the very best?
Experienced. Talented. Dedicated.
Meet Dr. Barad
Roxana Barad, MD is a gifted board-certified physician and oculoplastic surgeon with over 20 years of experience helping patients look younger. She is passionate about helping people who struggle with skin problems associated with acne, aging skin, imperfect complexions, unwanted hair, tattoos, and hormones.
The Aesthetic Journal
Don’t be fooled about this vitamin – it is not a real one! Marketing gimmicks are referring to certain fatty nutrients as Vitamin F, comparing it to Vitamin B, which in fact is made up of several vitamins, making up a “B complex”. So – I want to clarify this factoid twist – and confirm…Read More
Recent studies have reported that the incidence of rosacea related acne is increasing. This appears to be exacerbated by masks, increased alcohol consumption, perhaps increased stress and indulging in triggering foods, as well as non-compliance with appropriate skin care. It was found that patients that did not use appropriate skin care products on a regular…Read More
People who received Botox injections for various conditions reported depression less often compared to patients who did not receive the injections for similar diagnoses, according to a study published in the journal Scientific Reports. This observed anti-depressive effect of Botox injections in the forehead has been reported previously, as well. Interestingly, this study has found that it may…Read More
If you want to look 21 forever, the time to start thinking about how to achieve that is NOW, even if you’re only in your 20’s and have nice wrinkle-free smooth skin. So, how can you future-proof your skin and you appearance? When it comes to treating the signs of aging, many people used to…Read More
In my wildest imagination, I never thought that I would ever get a tattoo – nor did many of my friends – until we discovered permanent makeup. Now, with a variety of applications depending on our needs and desires, we all look better all day long. Permanent makeup is applied like a tattoo to create…Read More
Wearing a face mask has become the new normal. But while you help protect yourself and others from germs, your skin might be a little more stressed than usual—especially if your skin is prone to acne or other conditions. People with acne-prone skin will be more susceptible to developing acne, hence the new term maskne –…Read More