Cosmetic Concerns

Acne Scars

Acne scarring is a common problem amongst individuals who have had severe and/or prolonged untreated acne. People with noticeable acne scarring are often self-conscious about the uneven contour of their skin, especially under certain lighting where the depressions in the skin cast fine shadows mimicking discoloration. It should be recognized that acne scarring


Angiomas, also called “cherry angiomas”, are benign (non-cancerous) growths of blood vessels that appear anywhere on the skin, and may become more numerous as we age. Angiomas are often 1-2mm in size and bright red in color. Angiomas are usually a cosmetic concern for people who notice increasing numbers scattered throughout their skin.

Benign Growths

Many people desire remove of benign skin growths to improve the appearance of their skin. It is always important to remember that any growth should always be evaluated by your dermatologist first, prior to any procedure. Once a growth has been diagnosed as benign (non-cancerous) by your dermatologist, removal for cosmetic purposes can be considered.

Blood Vessels & Facial Redness

Persistent facial redness and broken blood vessels may be a source of distress for many people who want a clear, blemish-free complexion. The two problems are actually related because the facial redness is caused by numerous fine blood vessels that may not be distinguishable to the naked eye. In fair skinned individuals,

Discoloration / Brown Spots

Skin discoloration is a common concern for people of all ages and cultures and can be a significant source of distress. Any departure from the surrounding baseline skin color results in discoloration. However, the term is often used to refer to brown discoloration and the causes for this are numerous. Common reasons include brown age spots in older adults,

Leg Veins

Leg veins can be an unsightly condition for many people. Factors that promote leg vein development are many and include genetics, hormones, pregnancy, prolonged standing, and age. There are different types of leg veins, classified based on size. The small purple surface veins, some of which appear spider-like, are easily treatable with a procedure called


Scars are problematic for many people not only because of the unsightliness of the scar itself, but because it can serve as a reminder of the surrounding events associated with the scar. There are different types of scars, classified based on how the scar formed and scar bulkiness. Traumatic scars occur after tissue is injured

Stretch Marks

Stretch marks are a common cosmetic concern amongst men and women. Stretch marks appear as reddish to whitish, thinned out lines in the skin. Early stretch marks are often reddish in color, while older stretch marks are whiter in color. Stretch marks may result from skin expansion over a short period of time. For example,

Volume Loss

Volume loss of the face is one of the most common cosmetic problems of aging that goes quietly unnoticed. People recognize that they appear tired and aged but do not notice the subtle facial contour changes that produces this overall undesirable effect. When volume is restored to the right areas of the face, an immediate rejuvenated appearance is noticeable.

Dr. Julia Tzu

Dr. Julia Tzu is a double board certified dermatologist who specializes in Mohs and reconstructive skin surgery, laser surgery, and cosmetic dermatology. She is one very few dermatologists in the world who has devoted additional years of formalized fellowship training in both Mohs surgery as well as dermatopathology, making her amongst the most highly trained and elite dermatologists.


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