Skin is the human body’s largest organ and often the first line of defense against the sun, aging, injury, and disease. For as much as our skin protects us, we need to remember to protect it by working together with an expert in dermatology.
At North Texas Dermatology, the doctors, physician assistants, and aestheticians use the most current, effective research and techniques to treat patients of all ages. People seek their help with diseases such as psoriasis and skin cancer as well as quality of life issues such as sun damage, scars, acne, and hair loss. They serve patients from facilities in Plano and Richardson.
“We do what’s right for the patient to get the best results. We have been able to truly improve the quality life for many people,” said Dr. Christie Matter, a board certified dermatologist who enjoys all aspects of general, surgical, pediatric, and geriatric dermatology. “We are committed to excellent, appropriate care and to treating all of our patients with compassion.”
For treating non-melanoma skin cancer, North Texas Dermatology offers superficial radiation therapy (SRT), a proven, noninvasive treatment for non-melanoma skin cancer that is virtually painless, leaves little to no scarring, and heals quickly. For patients suffering from psoriasis, the doctors and physician assistants at North Texas Dermatology are skilled and knowledgeable about treatment options and the latest medications to assist with this often life-changing condition.
“At North Texas Dermatology we meet any skincare need for patients of any age—whether it’s a disease or an aesthetic treatment,” said Dr. Susanne Lockhart, a board certified dermatologist who treats patients for conditions including, but not limited to, acne, eczema, psoriasis, birthmarks, warts, moles, and rashes to diagnosing and treating skin cancers.
For those seeking to refine and enhance their skin, the aestheticians at North Texas Dermatology are certified both as aestheticians and as laser technicians. They provide beautifying, anti-aging treatments such as photo facials, skin tightening, microneedling, and resurfacing. Microneedling treats lines, wrinkles, scars, and stretchmarks using a pen-like device to make tiny holes in the skin, forcing the production of new collagen. North Texas Dermatology also provides Botox and Dysport injectables, many types of dermal fillers, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, laser hair removal, and more. Patients can start their experience at North Texas Dermatology Aesthetic and Laser Center with a complimentary one-on-one consultation to discuss specific concerns and options that will offer the best results.
North Texas Dermatology now offers the popular Vampire Facial procedure which uses a specific technique for microneeding followed by application of the patient’s own platelet-rich plasma (PRP). Patients can also opt for a Vampire Facelift procedure which restores shape, color, and texture to the face.
“For both medical and cosmetic treatments, we treat our patients as people who deserve the utmost level of care,” Dr. Lockhart said. “We welcome people of all ages and skin types for general, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology.”
Plano Office & Aesthetic and Laser Center
5805 Coit Road, Suites 202 and 203
Plano, Texas 75093
3600 Shire Boulevard, Suite 210
Richardson, Texas 75082
(469) 326-DERM (3376)
By Jessica Wyland