Dermatology treatments are the best way to keep your skin looking healthy. Dermatologists can help you treat acne, wrinkles, and other dermatological issues through dermatology treatments. However, dermatology treatments are constantly evolving as new research is conducted and dermatologists find new ways to improve their patients’ lives. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the innovative dermatology treatments in B Clinic that have been very popular in 2021!

What’s dermatology?

Dermatology is a specialty that concentrates on the scalp, skin, nails, and hair. This includes their various diseases as well as their aesthetic aspects. There are two main subspecialties of dermatology that pertain to plastic surgery: dermatologic surgery (the medical term for cosmetic surgery) and aging (aesthetic).

What types of conditions do dermatologists treat?

Dermatologists diagnose and provide treatment for diseases of the skin, hair, and nails like acne, eczema (and other allergic and non-sensitive skin), warts, moles (and other benign lesions), psoriasis; insect bites; rash or itching of any kind; acne rosacea; seborrheic dermatitis, urticaria/hives/other hypersensitivity & contact dermatitis reactions to plants or chemicals.


Microdermabrasion is a form of exfoliation to remove superficial layers of the skin.

Microdermabrasion is often used to treat prominent sebaceous glands in the oily T-Zones, and it can also help with fine lines and wrinkles, acne scarring, sun damage, and hyperpigmentation.

The procedure starts by gradually increasing pressure while sliding a sterile diamond tip crystal or wand over your skin. The crystals provide an intense abrasion that causes previously unnoticeable bumps on the skin to rise to the surface where they are removed via gentle hand sweeping motions.

Laser Skin Rejuvenation

A laser skin rejuvenation treatment is used to help remove fine lines and develop collagen, which can reduce the appearance of wrinkles. This solution for anti-aging is best recommended only after the age of 30, as it does not work on older skin types. For anyone interested in this procedure, you must first consult with an expert dermatologist who will provide suggestions to discuss with your primary care physician before making any decisions.

The degree to which these treatments are successful depends on how many wrinkles there are and what type they are (expression lines versus sun damage). Faces that have deep wrinkles or severe expression lines can be difficult to treat by laser alone without concurrent injection procedures or surgery.

Acne Blue Light Therapy

Acne blue light therapy is used to treat mild acne. It can be used on some moderate acne that does not respond to other treatments, but it is not effective for severe or cystic acne.

The reason this new type of light therapy was created was that the harmful UV lights often associated with face treatments could cause skin aging and cancerous cells to form. Researchers found that wavelengths between 415-466 nm were safe during treatment without increasing the risk of cancer. The colors in these wavelengths deactivate P acnes (found in most types of acne) by sloughing off its outer protein layer which then dies – reducing inflammation, bacteria content, and helping remove comedones causing pore blockages.

Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are semi-permanent synthetic substances that increase the volume or reduce wrinkles in human skin, giving it a more youthful appearance. Common forms include collagen, polymers, short-chain hyaluronic acids, and fat transfer.

Dermal fillers can be used to disguise wrinkles and scars on the face. They also tighten up loose skin to reduce bagginess under an eyelid or near the mouth for those people who have aged significantly but don’t want surgery. Additionally, they improve contours of large noses or ears by “plumping” these areas with a filler material which reduces asymmetry caused by bone structure differences at ear lobes and nose bridge regions of two sides of the face. 

PDO Thread Lift Treatment

PDO Thread Lift harnesses the natural collagen (the biological glue that holds your skin form) in your dermis, turns it into white thread, and then strategically places this thread back on top of your muscle. The PDO Thread controls deep tension-lifting, while active massage with local anesthesia causes new collagen to migrate up to the surface of your skin for improved elasticity and tone. And since PDO Thread is partially absorbed by surrounding tissues over time, new threads are added at regular intervals so you can maintain the desired level of lifting without too much “wear and tear” on collagen fibers.