If you’re an Orange County resident looking for a skilled cosmetic or medical dermatologist, look no further than Orange County’s Natural Image OC. Providing both cosmetic and medical dermatology treatments to Orange County area residents, Dr. Sikorski is here to serve all of your dermatology needs. If you need an Orange County dermatologist, you can trust the medical knowledge and artistic skill of Dr. Sikorski.
Dr. Sikorski’s Approach to Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology
While Dr. Sikorski of Natural Image OC provides a variety of cosmetic and medical dermatology treatments to her Orange County patients, she believes that cosmetic dermatology treatments shouldn’t make you look like you’ve had work done. Instead, dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon Dr. Sikorski uses her medical experience and training in the fine arts to provide you with rejuvenated looking skin, bringing out your natural features and eliminating your often embarrassing problem areas.
What Dermatological Treatments Does Dr. Sikorski Offer?
As an Orange County dermatologist who specializes in both cosmetic and medical dermatology, Dr. Sikorski of Natural Image OC provides an array of dermatological treatments, including:
Cosmetic Dermatology Procedures:
- Acne treatment of the face, chest, and back;
- Removal of acne scars;
- Treatment of pigmentation and brown spots;
- Lasering of facial veins, brown spots, and broken capillaries;
- Facial injectables and dermal fillers;
- Laser resurfacing;
- Laser hair removal; and
- Chemical peels.
Medical Dermatology Procedures:
- Treatment of dermatitis including eczema and skin rashes; and
- Skin cancer prevention, removal, and treatment.
Conditions Dermatologist Dr. Sikorski Treats
Around 20% of Orange County dermatologist patients seek out a dermatologist for acne treatment. This often-embarrassing skin condition is common during puberty but can continue into adulthood. Acne can appear on your face, chest or back, making you uncomfortable either putting your best face forward or wearing certain clothing. At Natural Image OC, board-certified Orange County dermatologist Dr. Sikorski provides a variety of acne reducing treatments including Accutane, topical treatments, facials and chemical peels, Omnilux light therapy, PhotoDynamic Therapy and Smoothbeam laser therapy.
If your acne has subsided, but you still have some telltale acne scars, Dr. Sikorski can help. Using several treatment offerings, Dr. Sikorski can smooth out your skin and provide you with a fresher look. At Natural Image OC, acne scar treatment options include the Erbium Laser, Fraxel® Laser, Micro-Needling, MiXto Laser, Thulium Laser and Ultrapulse. Through these various skin resurfacing options, dermatologist Dr. Sikorski can smooth out Orange County patients’ acne scars and offer them a natural looking, more confident appearance.
Signs of Aging
Sun spots, spider veins, varicose veins, wrinkles and lost skin volume can all be unwanted signs of aging. Orange County patients who want to turn back the hands of time can see cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Sikorski for tapping into the proverbial fountain of youth.
Through laser treatments, laser resurfacing, facial injectables and dermal fillers, Orange County dermatologist Dr. Sikorski furnishes Orange County patients with many different cosmetic therapies to reveal more youthful skin and fill in fine lines, wrinkles and lost facial volume. Striving to make you look like the best version of yourself for your age, Dr. Sikorski will never recommend treatments that will make you look like you’ve been worked on. Instead, she will enhance your natural features to provide a more youthful-looking version of yourself.
Laser Hair Removal For Unwanted Body Hair
Shaving your legs, underarms and other sensitive areas of your body every few days can be time-consuming and even cause painful, unsightly razor burn. And, unwanted hair growth on areas such as your chest or back can be embarrassing, preventing Orange County residents from feeling confident hitting the beach. Laser hair removal offers a non-invasive option for permanently removing hair from the body so that you can have smooth skin all year round.
Dermatology skin conditions such as eczema, rosacea, and other skin rashes can be painful, itchy and embarrassing. As an Orange County area medical dermatologist, Dr. Sikorski prescribes patients with dermatitis a variety of medical treatments, including oral antihistamines, topical corticosteroids, cool compresses, naturally soothing oatmeal-based products and moisturizers.
Skin Cancer Prevention and Treatment
All Orange County residents should see a dermatologist every year for a skin evaluation, to check for potentially cancerous growths that may even be deadly. Dr. Sikorski of Natural Image OC takes skin cancer prevention and treatment very seriously and provides her Orange County patients with thorough skin evaluations and removal and biopsies of possibly cancerous cells, as well as counseling to prevent the sun damage that so often causes skin cancer to begin with. If you have a mole or colored lesion on your skin that is growing asymmetrically, has an uneven border, is multiple colors, or has a diameter bigger than a pencil eraser – or you simply have a family history of skin cancer – you should see Dr. Sikorski immediately for a skin evaluation.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the main types of skin cancer?
The most common types of skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. The most common form of skin cancer is basal cell carcinoma. It is not fatal, but if it is not treated, it can cause serious damage to the body. On the other hand, squamous cell carcinoma is the most dangerous and can be fatal if left untreated.
What can I do to prevent skin cancer?
The ideal method to prevent skin cancer is to wear sunscreen daily. The sun’s rays are the cause of many types of skin cancer, and if you’ve spent many years in the sun without proper protection, you are at a greater risk to develop skin cancer. Make sure to have yearly skin cancer screenings at Dr. Sikorski’s Orange County area office. You may think you know what to look for, but Dr. Sikorski has over 20 years of experience in dermatology and knows the detailed signs of skin cancer. Make an appointment with her today to schedule your cancer screening!
How many laser hair removal treatment sessions will I need to see full results?
The number of laser hair removal sessions you will need varies from patient to patient and depends on your skin type, hair color, hair density, and treatment area. Most often, Dr. Sikorski’s patients will need at least five treatment sessions at regular intervals to see full results. Every appointment brings improvement to the treated area, but only Dr. Sikorski will be able to tell you how many appointments you’ll need to be rid of that pesky hair.
Can medical acne treatments help improve severe acne?
Absolutely! Severe acne typically consists of chronic cystic acne, which can be treated with chemical peels, prescription medication, photodynamic therapy, cortisone injections and other treatments you can only receive from a licensed dermatologist.
How is acne diagnosed?
Typically, acne is classified into 4 Grades: Mild, Moderate, Severe and Cystic. These grades are based on the type of acne, the severity of the acne, and the number of lesions caused by acne. Only Dr. Sikorski will be able to accurately diagnose and treat your acne after an initial consultation with her in her office. During that time, she will be able to create an effective treatment plan for your unique case.
In what areas does eczema typically appear?
Depending on the age of the patient, eczema can appear almost anywhere on the skin. It typically shows up on the cheeks, foreheads, and chins of babies; in warm, moist places such as the elbow and knee creases of children; and on the face, neck, and hands of adults.
Is eczema contagious?
No! Absolutely not! Eczema cannot be spread to others, and children should not be separated from their peers because of it. They should be allowed to interact with other children, as they pose no threat to the health and well-being of others.
Does sun exposure help eczema?
Eczema does typically improve during the summer months. However, following good sun protection guidelines should always take priority. Dr. Sikorski recommends her Orange County patients use sunscreen every day and wear protective clothing and hats to shade your face.
Learning More About Dermatology Treatments
Orange County residents who are interested in the above-mentioned treatments, or who want to learn more about what a dermatologist can offer them, should call Natural Image OC today to schedule a dermatology appointment at (949) 448-0487.