Advanced Dermatology Blog
Read our blog to hear what Dr. Taub and her medical staff have to say about the latest medical and cosmetic treatments.
Grooming, or preening, is essential behavior to many species. From cats to birds to chimpanzees, social animals implement specific grooming behaviors to stay healthy and clean, to bond with other members of their group, or to attract a mate. As a species, humans are no different, but how and why we groom ourselves is far … Read More ›
Dear patients, colleagues and friends,
As I write this it is almost Thanksgiving, but when you receive this we will be deep into winter! Everybody seems to love my travelogues so I will start with telling you about my travels!
In the late summer, I attended the 5 Continent Congress in Barcelona as a faculty member. I … Read More ›
How would injectable fillers help with my (insert your concern)?
Injectable fillers can add volume to areas where we have lost it, which can also soften lines. As we age, changes in fat pads, muscle, and bone cause our lower face to become fuller, like an inverted triangle. Fillers help increase volume to restore youthful … Read More ›
Do you offer CoolSculpting®?
Advanced Dermatology has offered CoolSculpting® since 2010. In fact, our office was one of the first in the Chicagoland area to offer the technology. We offer the newest technology available and are one of the top CoolSculpting® providers in the nation.
Does it hurt?
As the name suggests, the CoolSculpting® procedure can be … Read More ›
There are many factors that contribute to the aging human face. Some of these factors are external, but others, including the muscles under our skin, are internal. For more than six decades, scientists have known that botulinum toxin can temporarily block the ability of our nerves to communicate with our muscles. Since the … Read More ›
We are very excited to announce we are expanding our Lincolnshire location and adding another physician, Dr. Monika Kaniszewska, who hails from the Chicago area and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Illinois with a degree biomedical engineering. She also earned a Master of Science from Northwestern University in Biomedical Engineering. She then … Read More ›