IRVING, TEXAS (November 15, 2018) – Thermi®, an Almirall, S.A. company, today announced that it has received a notice of completion to a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) inquiry on products used in “vaginal rejuvenation” procedures. Thermi received an “It has come to our attention” notice from the FDA on July 24, 2018 regarding specific claims about the company’s ThermiVa® device in the United States. ThermiVa, a non-ablative radiofrequency application, has been cleared by the FDA for use in dermatological and general surgical procedures for electrocoagulation and hemostasis. All Thermi products are marketed in accordance with their FDA-cleared indications, … Continue reading
Juliette Fairley contributes her tale of complexion enhancement to the Medium online blog site. She talks about a visit to Dr. Tatiana Khrom for Lutronics LaseMD no downtime skin rejuvenation treatment, and the glowing results she experienced. Read the Article..
Dr. Khrom addresses signs of aging, including aging of the neck, hands, and décolletage. See what the liquid facelift and other anti-aging procedures can do for you!
Dr. Khrom addresses signs of aging, her practice philosophy, and how to take care of your skin at any age.
This latest New Beauty magazine focuses on how to stop aging. Dr. Khrom discusses aging and how it relates to women as they reach a certain age. Learn more about collagen-boosting fillers, as well as the liquid facelift.
Don’t touch that sun bed. Throw on a turtle neck over that swimsuit. Here, let me rub this SPF 45 on your back. Now! There’s no cute, entertaining way to say it: Today, young women are getting skin cancer at unprecedented rates…
When you need a specialist, you don’t have to leave the borough. Dr. Tatiana Khrom (2797 Ocean parkway, 718-751-0674) is one of the few board-certified, fellowship trained dermatologists in the Brooklyn area, specializing in all aspects of surgical and cosmetic dermatology. She developed a special interest in skin cancer treatment and laser surgery while she was completing her residency in Dermatology at the SUNY Downstate Medical Center. Following this residency, she became one of the first nine fellows in Procedural Dermatology – a new fellowship approved by the Committee for Graduate Medical Education of the United States. As a result, … Continue reading