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26 August 2019
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Restore Your Skin’s Natural Beauty With Sublative

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Here at the Neiman Dermatology Building we are committed to providing our patients with the latest and most advanced treatments in skin rejuvenation. The Sublative RF Skin Tightening in particular is probably the most cutting-edge.

Rather than using laser or light, this procedure harnesses radio frequency energy. The radio frequency energy heats up the underlying layers of skin, stimulating collagen production, leading to more youthful looking skin. Many patients have a noticeable improvement immediately after being treated, and the skin actually continues to improve over the next few months as collagen production increases. In as little as 3-4 treatments, Sublative RF Skin Tightening provides effective acne scar treatment, anti-wrinkle treatment and overall rejuvenation and toning of the skin.

Sublative Patient Results

Our patient after four Sublative RF Skin Tightening treatments.

If you would like to learn more about the process or would like to schedule a free consultation contact our office today.

20 August 2019
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The Truth About Hair Transplantation

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Hair Transplantation is a cosmetic procedure that was first performed in the US in 1952. Typically, the process is done by taking hair follicles from the back of the scalp and moving them to thinning or bald areas on top of the scalp.

Since its inception, the procedure has evolved significantly over the years. During that time however, some misconceptions developed as well. We decided to set the record straight and debunk some of the more common ones.

Neiman Hair Transplant Procedure

Dr. Thomas Chu harvesting from the donor area in an FUT procedure.

1) The results of a hair transplant are not permanent.

Actually, since the hair is taken from an area that is genetically programmed to never fall out, the transplanted hair will be there for a lifetime. It is currently the only permanent solution for male or female pattern hair loss.

2) Hair transplants are not cost effective.

When considering the long-term benefits of the procedure, you must understand once you have it done, it’s permanent. Relatively speaking, having a hair transplant can be cheaper than years of products and/or treatments done in an attempt to keep or re-grow hair.

3) The FUE method does not leave behind a scar.

Not the case. FUE simply does not leave behind a linear scar in the donor area (like FUT). The scarring left behind with FUE presents itself in the form of tiny little dots in the areas of extraction.

4) After the procedure is done, there is a lot of maintenance and up keep with the transplanted hair.

Once the transplanted hair begins to grow, there is no special upkeep needed. It’s your own hair, just moved to a different area.

5) It’s easy to tell if someone has had a hair transplant.

Though in the past this may have been true, with new advancements and techniques it’s now virtually undetectable.

6) Anyone with hair loss is a candidate for hair transplantation.

Not true. There can be a number of contributing factors causing someone’s hair loss. This is especially true with female patients, as they may have uncontrolled thyroid issues which can contribute to their hair loss. This is why we have all our patients undergo extensive blood work prior to moving forward with a hair transplant procedure.

Hopefully this list provided you with a little reassurance when it comes to hair transplants and if you have any additional questions contact our office today!

30 July 2019
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Eczema Tips

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As discussed in a previous post, eczema is an autoimmune skin condition that can be worsened by certain irritants. The key to managing eczema is to avoid those irritants and appropriately care for your skin. Some ways to do that include…

Caring for Eczema

  • MOISTURIZE, MOISTURIZE, MOISTURIZE!!!!!!!!! Use either a cream or lotion, depending on which is best for your skin specifically.
  • Moisturize immediately after showering and then as needed throughout the day. Try using Cetaphil or Cerave.
  • Take cooler, shorter showers. Will help prevent your skin from being stripped from too much moisture.
  • Wash with gentle soaps. Dove soap, Purpose bar soap or Basis bar soap are all great options.
  • Soak in bath oils. Soothes the skin and helps to alleviate itching.
  • Put a humidifier in the bedroom. Adds moisture to the air, thus providing the skin with more hydration.
  • Clean your clothes with products that are fragrance and dye free. Try Tide (free & gentle) detergent, Downy (free & gentle) fabric softener, and Bounce (free & gentle) dryer sheets.


Since eczema is a chronic skin condition it is also important to use medications prescribed as directed. With effective treatment, you can keep eczema under control.

26 July 2019
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Nail Facts

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As described in a previous post, Nail Health Care Tips, nails can provide insight into our overall health. Changes that develop in the nail can indicate an underlying condition that may require immediate medical attention. This makes understanding them so important.

Nails themselves can be described as the thin transparent plate that covers the upper surface at the end of a finger or toe. Consisting of the nail plate, the nail matrix, and the nail bed, the primary objective is to protect the tip of the finger or toe and surrounding areas from injury. Due to this functionality, any abnormalities of the nail can result in further, more serious problems.

Listed below are some facts taken from the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) to provide better understanding about your nails and how they work.

  • Nails grow roughly 1mm each week. 
  • Fingernails grow faster than toenails, especially on your dominant hand. 
  • Nails grow more rapidly in summer than in winter. 
  • Nail problems make up about 10% of all dermatological conditions. 
  • Nail problems usually increase throughout life and affect a high number of senior citizens. 
  • Fungal infections cause about half of all nail disorders. They are more common in toenails because the toes are confined in a warm, moist, weight-bearing environment. 
  • Discoloration in the nail bed may signify oxygen deprivation. 
  • Although very rare, melanomas can actually grow under the nail and are commonly mistaken for an injury. 

    If you are experiencing any concerns or issues with your nails contact our office right away for successful diagnosis and treatment.

    24 July 2019
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    Blame It On the Tattoo

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    Jamie Foxx is one of the most talented entertainers in Hollywood, rising to stardom with his Academy Award winning portrayal of Ray Charles in the 2004 film, Ray. Along with his impressive acting abilities, he is also quite talented musically. All the way back in 2009, he had one of the biggest hits of the year with his single, “Blame It” featuring T-Pain. With all his achievements and accolades there is one thing the star has been struggling with however, his hairline.

    Jamie Foxx Scalp Tattoo

    Jamie Foxx’s tattoo on the back of his scalp

    Hairline recession for the star has been a frequent topic throughout his career. His recession was even noticeable going back to his days in the early 90’s on the sketch comedy show, In Living Color. Then in 2006, he sported an abnormally low hairline, causing many to question if he had a hair transplant procedure. About a year later, he shaved his head, showing off a new tribal-like tattoo on the back of his scalp. This only furthered speculation of a hair transplant because this is usually where the scar from the procedure typically resides. In a possible attempt to dispel any rumors, he mentioned on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, that he had the tattoo done in celebration of his 40th birthday.

    The odd thing about Foxx’s alleged hair transplant procedure is that African American men typically opt for the FUE (Follicular Unit Excision) method as oppose to the FUT (Follicular Unit Transplantation) or ‘strip’ method. This is mainly attributed to the fact that the FUT method leaves a linear scar on the back of the scalp, and having a closely cut hairstyle can make the appearance of even a minimal scar more prevalent. The FUE method leaves a scar (actually scars) as well, but they are much easier to camouflage, even with a shorter hairstyle.

    Whatever the case may be, Foxx is a prime example that no matter how talented or successful someone is, celebrities still experience some of the same problems we do.

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