Dermatologists are experts in the medical care of the skin. Of course, it is very rewarding for us to help care for our patients’ health, but it is even more rewarding to see the improvement in health make our patients happier. The simplest example of this occurs when we can eradicate publicly visible blemishes and improve patients’ self-esteem; this occurs so very often with our acne patients. In extending our practice further, we provide some cosmetic procedures. Such procedures help remove noticeable skin problems which may not be directly health related and are, therefore, generally not covered by insurance plans, but may very well help patients feel better. We look forward to discussing how we may help you look your best!

“I have been coming to Dr. Basuk for the last 3 years for Botox injections and Juvederm filler. Her attention to me as a patient has been nothing but wonderful. And the results – fantastic! People who haven’t seen me in a while say ‘You look fantastic – so happy & rested!’ They tell my husband he must be doing something right! The staff is warm & welcoming as well. For Women & Men alike who may be on the fence about having these procedures done – Go for it. You will love the results!” – D.D., Great River

These explanations are based on Dr. Basuk’s knowledge and research into the latest information available, and are all written/edited by her specifically for this site. If there’s something that is confusing or missing, please let us know! (Suggestions can be left on our Comments page by clicking here.)

Age Spot Laser Treatment
Aging Skin
Belotero Balance®
Beta-Lift peel
Chemical Peels
Dermal Needling
GentleLASE Laser
Hair Removal Laser

Lasers for: Hair RemovalAcne, Wrinkles, Stretch Marks,  Spider Veins or Rosacea
Micro Needling
PRP for Hair Loss
SilkPeel®  (our replacement for the microdermabrasion previously listed)
Stretch Marks
Sclerotherapy for leg veins
Smoothbeam Laser
V-Beam / Vascular Laser
Wrinkle Treatments

Note: most cosmetic treatments are not covered under most insurance plans and, therefore, must be paid for by the patient.