Roni Munk MD
Dr. Roni Munk, MD, FRCP(C), is a dermatologist with a specialization in both medical and aesthetic dermatology. Dr. Munk’s expertise includes all facets of dermatology, both medical and cosmetic. Some aesthetic services offered include Botox and Fillers for volume restoration and rejuvenation, laser resurfacing for wrinkles and scarring, photo rejuvenation for sun spots and rosacea, cosmetic mole removal, skin tightening, body contouring and laser hair removal.
Demystifying Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) - Medical Dermatology & Cosmetic Dermatology. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a technique that uses natural stimulating factors to rejuvenate the skin.
It has been in the news many times, and celebrities rave about this procedure that is very natural and leads to an improvement in their lines and wrinkles. But does it work? What is the process? Let’s discuss exactly what is PRP and how it works in the skin. PRP is obtained from natural blood, and is a high concentration of platelets surrounded in its own plasma. The process is simple; we draw blood similarly to routine blood tests. There are a few different ways the PRP can reach the targeted dermis underneath the skin. When it comes to alopecia, PRP is often injected directly in the scalp in the areas of thinning.
Dermatology Podcasts: Skin Deep with Dr. Roni Munk. 11 skincare ingredients to avoid during pregnancy - Medical Dermatology & Cosmetic Dermatology. Pregnancy can be a magical experience filled with a host of benefits from better sex to increased body confidence.
But for some women, it can mean months of nausea and fatigue, as well as dermatological conditions ranging from acne to hyperpigmentation. While many of these issues are easily remedied with everyday over-the-counter solutions, there are some skincare ingredients that pregnant women should avoid using. “It’s difficult to say how much of a topical solution is absorbed and drawn into the bloodstream,” says Dr. Roni Munk, director of MunkMD in Montreal. “It depends on the area it’s being applied to and the quantity being applied. READ MORE: Pregnancy after breast cancer is safe, Canadian study suggests Health Canada has a “hotlist” of cosmetic ingredients that are either prohibited or restricted, but it doesn’t specify if any are especially hazardous to pregnant women.
Retinol Also known as Retin-A and retinyl palmitate, this is a derivative of vitamin A. Speaking of sunscreen. Fractional CO2 Laser Resurfacing Montreal - Munk MD. CO2RE is a fractionated CO2 laser system that targets and effectively treats both superficial and deep skin layers to rejuvenate, tighten and brighten the skin.
As we age, collagen and elastic fibers are denatured deep in the skin leading to a loss in firmness, more wrinkles and sagginess. Excessive sun exposure results in brown sun spots, fine lines, rough texture and uneven skin tones. A CO2 ablative laser is the gold standard laser to address all of these problems and will renew the skin from the inside out.
Patients will experience dramatic improvements in tone and texture, sun-damage and age spots. Fractionated CO2 treatments are ideal for anybody wanting to rejuvenate and refresh their skin without the long down time associated with conventional resurfacing procedures, and with minimal complications. CO2RE laser is also the ultimate solution for treating individual moles, age spots and scars. Results are often obtained after a single treatment session. Contact Us. Dermal Fillers Montreal. Dermal Fillers Treatment Treatments with injectable fillers are extremely popular in today’s day and age.
People are less inclined to undergo invasive surgeries, and are seeking options with little to no downtime and very natural results. Seeing Spots - Fixing, Correcting and Preventing Hyperpigmentation. Topical Combination Therapy – Munk MD Dermatology. Science says - Medical Dermatology & Cosmetic Dermatology. Forma & Forma Plus Treatment. Forma™ (for smaller areas) and Forma Plus™ (for larger areas) is a treatment that helps tighten skin on the face, neck, and body.
This treatment uses radiofrequency technology which stimulates fibroblasts to produce new collagen and elastin that rejuvenates the skin making it firmer and more youthful. It is ideal for treating areas such as neck, abdomen, knees, under arms, face and other areas that require tightening. During treatment, a medical laser technician will apply an ultrasound gel to the treatment area and will glide the Forma™ handpiece over the selected areas in small, concentrated passes until a specific temperature is reached and maintained.
Radio frequency will deeply penetrate into the skin, heating the collagen to induce remodeling and collagen tightening. Patients can relax, feeling only a warm heat and movement of the treatment head. There is no downtime to this treatment. Contact Us. Munk MD - Private Dermatologist Montreal.