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Adriana Lombardi The Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Surgery Center of NJ (SCCSNJ) was founded by Board Certified Dermatologist Dr. Adriana Lombardi with the goal of providing the highest level of skin cancer treatments, cosmetic procedures, and laser techniques. Located in Edison, NJ, SCCSNJ's state-of-the-art facility allows for diagnosis and treatment all under one roof.

Dr. Lombardi believes in treating the whole patient, inside and out, to enhance appearance and maximize well-being. Her holistic approach to health includes an emphasis on nutrition and functional medicine. We know you have a choice of clinics. So why choose ours? Dr. Lombardi has over seven years of experience in skin cancer early detection, treatment, and surgery.

She has conducted more than 5,000 surgeries. You can be fully confident that you will receive the highest level of care at SCCSNJ, with each treatment tailored to a patient's unique individual needs. In addition to any medical interventions that are necessary, Dr. Lombardi can help design a skin-care regimen that best suits your needs and will offer advice on what procedures will most best enhance your appearance.

read more › Dr. Adriana Lombardi founded the Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Surgery Center of New Jersey (SCCSNJ) in 2018 with a vision of delivering the best in skin cancer treatment, cosmetic procedures, and laser techniques under one roof. Based in Edison, NJ, SCCS offers patients a state-of-the-art facility and a trusted health-care resource. Edison dermatologist Dr. Lombardi has over seven years of experience in skin cancer early detection, treatment, and surgery. After earning her MD at UMDNJ-RWJ, she completed a dermatology residency in New York City and followed this with a highly competitive fellowship in surgical and cosmetic dermatology.

read more › The Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Surgery Center of NJ (SCCSNJ), founded by Dr. Adriana Lombardi, provides the highest level of dermatology services and skin cancer treatments available in Edison, NJ. The center's state-of-the-art equipment and facility allows Dr. Lombardi to provide dermatology services and treat medical conditions as needed under the same roof, including performing laser dermatology and surgical excisions. Dr. Lombardi believes in a holistic approach to health and treats patients both inside and out, emphasizing the importance of good nutrition and the application of functional medicine in order to help patients looks and feel their very best.

read more › We all want young, radiant skin. When we were young, the turn-over of skin cells occurred every 18 - 20 days. What this means is that our skin would shed its dry, dead cells every few weeks. As we get older, this process slows considerably, leaving us with skin that is far from its formerly young appearance. Chemical peels are extremely safe, however, if you have a sunburn or skin that has recently been overexposed to the sun, you should not have this procedure done. You also should not have use self-tanner for at least 2 weeks prior to this procedure.

read more › When you want to look your radiant best, a good facial is a great place to start. Your face is the first thing people see, after all, so if it's tired and splotchy, versus glowing with health and vitality, people will form their impressions accordingly. A good way to obtain healthy skin is to visit our Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Surgery Center, located in Edison, NJ, where we can help tailor a facial to your exact needs, including determining what products will work best for your skin type or condition.

read more › As we age, our skin, muscles, bones, and fat tend to lose volume and develop signs of aging. Botox continues to grow in popularity, as more and more people are discovering its benefits for temporarily removing lines and wrinkles. Dr Lombardi patients will have access to certain appropriate appointments via telemedicine.

read more › You've undoubtedly heard the term "facial filler" before. However, you may not know exactly what it's referring to or could have questions. Put simply, a facial filler is made of a substance such as collagen or hyaluronic acid that helps smooth or eliminate things like deep scars or wrinkles. Facial fillers can also help enhance lips. As we age, our soft-tissue volume lessens, which means that we become more prone to loose skin, leading to things like double chins or droopy eyelids. Facial fillers, which are small subdermal injections to the face, are intended to help your face look more youthful, whether that's easing deep creases around the nasolabial folds or plumping up thin lips.

read more › Ever looked in the mirror and noticed that your face doesn't look quite as radiant or firm as it used to be? Sagging skin is an unfortunate part of aging, but fortunately there are treatments to help restore your skin's youthful glow and overall firmness. You've probably heard of treatments like Botox, which are injected into the facial muscles to relax contracted muscles. But those kinds of treatments don't do much when volume has literally been lost to the combined effects of aging and gravity.

read more › As the years pass, our skin naturally loses fullness. One of the places this quickly becomes most visibly apparent is in the cheeks, which begin to sag and look hollowed out. Assorted dermal fillers are available to treat this loss of fullness, specifically Juvederm. However, there are different types of Juvederm and only one is best specifically for restoring fullness to cheeks- Voluma, also known as Juvderm Volume. Dr. Adriana Lombardi performs Voluma injections at the Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Surgery Center of NJ, located in our state-of-the-art facility in Edison, NJ.

read more › Facial fullness is a sign of health, vitality, and youth, and some of it naturally fades with age. That said, some of us are born with full, defined lips, which gradually thin out over the years, while others' lips are naturally thin, regardless of age. Just like there are options for lifting sagging skin and filling facial hollows where volume has been lost to age, there's a dermal filler specifically to plump up lips-Juvederm Volbella. Dr. Adriana Lombardi has over seven years of experience in the field of dermatology and will do your pre-treatment consultation and perform your Volbella injections at the Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Surgery Center of NJ, located in a state-of-the-art facility in Edison, New Jersey.

read more › Maybe you've had the experience of looking in the mirror, then doing a double take because, well, you're seeing double-specifically, a double chin. While in some people a double chin is related to weight, in others it's simply a genetic inheritance-you hit a certain age and the dreaded double chin suddenly makes its appearance. Then you find yourself posing awkwardly in photographs, trying to cover it up. What if we told you you never have to do the 'chin lift' pose again? Kybella could very well be the answer you've been looking for!

read more › At some point or another, all of us look in the mirror and notice things we might like to change. Whether wrinkles, brow furrows, smile lines, or bags under our eyes, there are little things that many of us would like a solution for. And guess what? One exists. You may already be aware of the existence of dermal fillers, but do you know how they work? Restylane is one such filler and may very well be a solution for your cosmetic needs. Dr. Adriana Lombardi will do your Restylane consultation and will perform your Restylane injections at the Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Surgery Center of NJ, located in a state-of-the-art facility in Edison, New Jersey.

read more › As we age, our faces naturally change. Sometimes that's a product of the environment or genetics. Other times it's due to illness or weight loss or gain. Whatever the reason, many of us would like to say goodbye to wrinkles, smile lines, hollowed-out cheeks, etc. Dermal fillers exist exactly for such a purpose-to help restore lost fullness and radiance to your face, helping you feel confident in your appearance once more. Radiesse is one type of dermal filler you should consider for your cosmetic needs.

read more › Wrinkles and facial creases happen. This we all know. Sometimes they're a result of happy moments, leading to eventual "smile lines." Other times it's a matter of genetics-Mom and Dad had certain furrows, and you ended up with them too. And there's also just the inevitable matter of age. Bottom line-with few exceptions, people end up with wrinkles, and the majority of folks don't like them. So what can you do to get rid of those fine lines on your face and restore your youthful appearance? Vollure is a solution you should definitely consider.

read more › When you want your skin to look your best, laser treatments are one option you should definitely consider. While there are several types of laser treatments, they all operate based on the same principle: a laser-a concentrated light beam-is directed at certain areas of your skin (this can include your face, hands, etc.) in order to treat certain conditions or aesthetic problems. Whether you're looking for skin rejuvenation or help with acne, laser treatment may be able to help. At the Skin Cancer and Cosmetic Surgery Center of NJ, we use two types of laser treatments, both administered in our state-of-the-art Edison, New Jersey, facility: IPL and resurfacing.

read more › One issue people commonly face when wanting to improve the appearance of their skin is prominent damaged veins, such as telangiectasias (spider veins) and varicose veins. While usually harmless, these veins are unsightly, they can be uncomfortable in the way in which they bulge, and many people want to get rid of them. During laser vein treatment, a concentrated beam of light is directed at these veins in order to destroy them without damaging your skin. Often, spider veins disappear immediately after treatment, while varicose veins may darken after laser treatment and then take several months to vanish completely.

read more › It's possible that whenever you hear the word "dermatology, " your mind immediately correlates it to "face" or maybe "acne." However, dermatology is the practice of treating skin disorders as a whole, and that can encompass everything from the head, face, chest, nails, back, etc. Dermatologists do treat acne, but they also treat warts, moles, cysts, rashes, melanoma, etc. In short, dermatologists don't just address outward appearances-they also care for your physical well-being. Feeling good about your appearance is important, but so is caring for everything going on inside.

read more › Acne is a skin disorder that is most common in teenagers, young adults, and women. Acne can be caused by fluctuations in hormones, diet, genetics and stress. Acne can lead to anxiety, stress, and short- and long-term scarring. At The Acne Treatment Center of SCCSNJ, treatment for acne is guided predominantly by the type of acne. The main types of acne include comedonal acne, hormonal acne, inflammatory acne, and severe cystic acne. In most cases, acne develops during adolescence and may continue well into adulthood, particularly due to hormones that increase sebum (oil) production.

read more › Everyone loses hair. It is considered normal to lose approximately 50-100 hairs every day. If you notice bald patches, or lots of thinning, however, you may be experiencing hair loss. Alopecia is the clinical term for baldness or hair loss. It can happen seemingly completely randomly, and can affect everything from small patches to your entire body or scalp. It affects women and men, and there are a variety of causes that can worsen it (such as stress, poor diet, and/or changing hormones). Alopecia can be caused by a number of factors including, hormones, genetics, medical conditions, and stress, as well as autoimmune conditions.

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