Sari M. Fien, MD
Dr. Fien is a board certified dermatologist and has been with Skin Center for over 7 years. She performs full body skin examinations as well as cutaneous surgery. She loves to help her patient's look and feel their best with Botox, fillers, laser treatments and FemTouch vaginal rejuvenation. Dr. Fien is a native of South Florida and received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the  University of Florida , and her doctorate from the  University of Miami School of Medicine . Following graduation, Dr. Fien completed an internship in Internal Medicine at Jackson Memorial Hospital. She subsequently completed her dermatology residency at State University of New York in Buffalo. Dr. Fien is licensed to practice medicine in New York and Florida. In her spare time she loves to travel with her husband and two sons.
KYBELLA is a prescription medication, deoxycholic acid, used to reduce submental fat (double chin). KYBELLA permanently destroys fat cells when injected into the fat below the chin. Once those fat cells are destroyed the body will process and eliminate them leaving you with a noticeable reduction in the fullness under your chin. There is no down time with the treatment and the most common adverse affect after treatment is swelling in the area and tenderness. Schedule a consultation to see if KYBELLA is right for you.
Herpes Simplex Virus
Herpes simplex is a viral infection that causes localized blistering to the skin. There are two types of herpes simplex virus (HSV) Type 1 which is associated with oral and facial infections and Type 2 which is associated with genital and rectal infections. However the location of the infection is not always indicative of the type as either type of virus can affect any area of the skin or mucous membrane. Once you have HSV the virus remains in your nerve cells inactive. When the virus is reactivated it follows the nerves onto the skin and multiplies causing the blister. HSV is infectious for 7-12 days and can be spread by direct or indirect contact. One can spread the infection without an active outbreak as asymptomatic shedding of the virus occurs in the saliva or genital secretions. Asymptomatic shedding is less likely as the amount of virus being shed is one hundred to one thousand times less then when it’s active. Herpes labialis is the most common manifestation of recurrent HSV 1 infection commonly referred to as “cold sores". Prior to the blister developing most people feel prodromal symptoms such as pain, tingling, burning at the affected site. To treat herpes simplex virus, one can take an oral anti viral medication. To be most effective the anti viral should be started at the first onset of prodromal symptoms prior to the blister developing. 
Skin Center's Triple Power Serum
Skin Center's Triple Power Serum combines 3 powerful antioxidants (Green Tea Polyphenols, Resveratrol, caffeine) to calm skin reducing the appearance of redness, puffiness, pore size, and fine lines. Ideal for all skin types especially sensitive and acne prone skin.
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