Conditions Treated by Dr. Cabin
Scars that remain from previous acne are notoriously challenging to treat. Dr. Cabin believes in a multi-modality, customized approach to acne scarring, and will develop a comprehensive plan to treat each individual’s acne scar concerns. The main treatment options include:
- Microneedling with PRP
- CO2 laser resurfacing
- Subcision with filler placement
- Excision and closure
Wrinkles come in two varieties: the “etched-in” wrinkles that are ingrained in the texture of the skin, and the folding that can occur in the skin descends and loosens with aging. Most people have a combination of both types of wrinkles, which requires a multi-pronged approach to treatment.
In your consultation, Dr. Cabin will carefully review your wrinkle concerns and develop a conservative treatment plan. Treatment recommendations can range from aggressive at-home skin care regimens, to in-office injectables and skin resurfacing, to surgery. Dr. Cabin prioritizes a patient’s preferences and desires, and works with each patient to develop a customized plan that combines one or more treatment option.
Botox® can be used to treat disruptive sweating that occurs anywhere in the body – particularly in the hands, underarms, scalp and face. By infusing micro-droplets of Botox® just beneath the skin, Botox® acts upon the sweat glands, dramatically reducing bothersome and untimely sweating. Dr. Cabin is an expert in sweat-reduction Botox®, using cold therapy for comfort and providing maximal sweat reduction with minimal injection points.
A “double chin” is typically the result of stubborn fat accumulation. Treatment involves the permanent destruction of this fat, via in-office injections of Kybella®, or permanent removal of this fat, via surgical liposuction.
In your consultation, Dr. Cabin will review all options to devise the most reasonable plan based on patient goals.
As we age, the human face loses soft tissue and bone volume, particularly in the areas of the temples, undereyes, around the between the mouth and nose, the lips and along the jaw. Along with skin texture changes and skin sagginess, this is a trigger to the human eye that there is aging.
Volume loss can be addressed in the office, using temporary, dermal fillers or in the operating room, using permanent fat transfer.
In every consultation, Dr. Cabin reviews all options to devise the most reasonable plan based on patient goals.
Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Disorder is a common issue that leads to severe headaches radiating from the ears and the side of the head. TMJ pain is related to the repetitive force within the TMJ, generated by the masseter muscles.
The masseter muscles are our primary chewing muscles located just over the angle of the jaw. Whether related to teeth misalignment, teeth grinding or clenching, or arthritis in the joint, the pressure coming from this muscle typically exacerbates and perpetuates this pain.
Targeting Botox® to these muscles can weaken their force, thus alleviating TMJ pain for up to six months. Although dosing varies, there is generally an aesthetically pleasing narrowing of the lower face that benefits the patient
Both men and women can suffer from hair loss at various ages throughout their lives. Although many hair restoration treatments are advertised, few are proven to work consistently.
Dr. Cabin offers High Concentration Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) injections around scalp hair follicles, which fortifies active follicles while stimulating inactive follicles to grow new hair. For both men and women looking for hair restoration and health, PRP injections are a safe and easy way to achieve natural results.
Dr. Cabin performs scalp PRP injections using the best-in-class Purespin PRP® system, which produces super-concentrated, high volume PRP with a patient’s own blood.
Using a series of micro-needle injections throughout the hair-deficient areas of the scalp, Dr. Cabin precisely places PRP into the follicular layer. Performed three times over three months, this advanced protocol results in optimal and maximized permanent hair growth, leading a healthier, more robust head of hair.