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5565 Carpinteria Avenue, Carpinteria, CA 93013
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267 W Hillcrest Dr. Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

Dermatology Center Specials

Dr. Kaufman

Dr. KaufmanOur Medical Director, Dr. Andrew J. Kaufman, is one of an elite group of doctors who has completed a fellowship in Mohs and dermatologic surgery. He specializes in skin cancer surgery, and is board certified in dermatology and internal medicine.

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Brief History of

Skin concerns have not changed much through the centuries, but we have made extraordinary breakthroughs in their treatment. Learn how dermatology has evolved from the time of the ancient Egyptians to the present.

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Featured Procedures

Rhinoplasty (nose surgery) is a procedure that reconstructs the outer shape of the nose. This procedure is considered a cosmetic surgery to reshape the nose. A Septoplasty, or correction of the septum is a procedure that treats some types of breathing problems, and reconstructs the inner parts of the nose.

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A “facelift” (rhytidectomy) is surgical procedure used to rejuvenate the face. A facelift and/or necklift (platysmaplasty) may lift and smooth out skin around the jowls, mouth and/or neck.

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Botox® Cosmetic is a purified form of the botulism toxin (onabotulinumtoxinA) approved by the FDA to smooth out and soften vertical wrinkles between the eyebrows. However, physicians may also use Botox Cosmetic injections to treat other dynamic wrinkles, including crow’s feet and horizontal forehead furrows. It can also give a subtle lift to the brow, as well as soften platysmal bands in the neck.

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Juvéderm, from the makers of Botox Cosmetic, is a hyaluronic-acid based filler that is typically used for wrinkles and lines on the lower portion of the face, including the treatment of nasolabial or melolabial folds – the “parentheses” that run from the nostrils to the corners of the mouth.

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The Center for Dermatology Care

It is with extensive precautionary measures per the COVID-19 CDC guidelines that our Tustin offices will be temporarily closed. However, our Thousand Oaks Office will remain open Monday – Wednesday from 8:00AM – 12:00 PM but closed Thursday and Fridays.

In Addition, our Santa Barbara offices will be open up to 2 days a month or as needed for any urgent needs our patients may require. To assist patients with the temporarily closure of some of our offices, we are now offering Telehealth, and we encourage you to schedule virtual consultations by calling us at 805.497.1694.

Thank you for your understanding in this trying time. We want to ensure you the best and safest environment to have your medical issues addressed.

Be Safe and Be Well,
The Center for Dermatology Care Team

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