Rejuvenate Your Skin To Look and Feel Its Best
By offering a variety of today’s most advanced procedures, Dr. Sherris has beautifully rejuvenated the skin of many patients, and he can do the same for you. He offers 15%-50% trichloroacetic acid (TCA) peels, dermabrasion and medically advanced skin-care products and more. Contact our Buffalo, New York practice today to learn more.
Skin Care Analysis
Your skin will be analyzed and your concerns targeted. The appropriate service and products will be suggested based upon your skin care goals.
15% TCA Peel
Designed for greater exfoliation, hyperpigmentation reduction and texture improvement. This physician peel utilizes 15% trichloroacetic acid (TCA). Glytone glycolic products need to be used at home for two weeks prior to peel for preparation. A series of six is recommended for maximum results.
35% - 50% TCA Peel
The most advanced physician peel utilizing 35-50% TCA, which may also be combined with Jessner’s Peel for deeper penetration. This peel is designed to completely remove the aged outer layers of skin allowing new healthier skin to form over the course of the week following. Skin will flake and peel for 5-7 days as new healthier skin is forming. The results are a more even skin tone, increase in collagen production and diminished fine lines and wrinkles. Skin has renewed clarity and increased tone.
Dermabrasion is a surgical technique by which a rotating diamond wheel abrades the top layer of skin to the appropriate depth. By removing the top layer of skin and damage new skin will emerge that is pinker, finer, and free of many wrinkles. New skin forms over the course of the following week revealing younger, healthier, less wrinkled and refined skin. Dermabrasion will also stimulate the production of new collagen growth which continues over the course of three months following the procedure. The new collagen will further improve the texture and fine lines of the skin.
"It is my mission to provide our patients with the most knowledgeable, expert care available combined with an eye for artistry.”David A. Sherris, MD