September 2017


Some of our patient's and team member's families have been directly affected by the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. Please join us in donating to The Houston Flood Relief Fund organized by JJ Watt. All donations, no matter how large or small, will be greatly appreciated by those directly affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Thank you in advance for your generous donations.

Sari M. Fien, M.D.

Dr. Fien is a board certified dermatologist and has been with Skin Center for the past 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, and laser treatments. 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.
Fraxel Laser

The Fraxel laser diminishes the appearance of age spots, sun damage, fine lines, scars and improves tone and texture of skin. The Fraxel laser can also treat actinic keratoses, pre-cancerous growths that form due to excessive sun exposure, which may turn into skin cancer. The laser works by injuring your skin with microscopic laser columns while leaving the surrounding skin untouched. Your body then repairs the damage with new, fresh, healthy skin. Treatment can be customized based on your needs and areas of concern. The Fraxel laser can be used to treat many areas of the body including face, chest, hands, arms and legs. 


Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory condition which causes red thick scaly patches on the skin. It is caused by an overactive immune system which causes skin cells to replicate up to ten times faster than normal cells. The extra amount of skin cells creates the red, thick, raised flaky patches. The most common sites for psoriasis are the elbows, knees and scalp. The red patches can be itchy and often form at areas of skin injury. The treatment for psoriasis includes topical medications, light therapy, or systemic therapy and biologics. The treatment is determined by the severity and extent of psoriasis. Patients with psoriasis have an increased chance of developing other health conditions including psoriatic arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, and metabolic syndrome (which includes hypertension, obesity, cardiovascular disease, hyperlipidemia, gout and type 2 diabetes. 


Studies have shown that taking Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide), 500mg twice daily, can reduce the risk of developing pre-cancerous growths and skin cancers.

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For your convenience we carry Niacinamide in our office.
Hydrating & Plumping Serum

This serum uses hyaluronic acid which is a powerful hydrator that holds in moisture to your skin. It is fragrance free, non comedogenic and hypoallergenic and is great for all skin types. It can help improve skin's elasticity and firmness while also protecting the skin from free radicals. 
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