Dallas Center for Dermatology and Aesthetics
8201 Preston Road #350
Dallas, TX 75225
Phone: (214) 631-7546
Fax: (214) 631-8546
Monday–Friday: 8:30 a.m.–4p.m.

Dr. Kristel Polder

ASDS Selects Expert Dr. Polder as Faculty to Resident Cosmetic Symposium

Dallas, Texas – Dr. Kristel Polder, one of only a few nationally recognized dermatologists selected, will serve as faculty to the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery’s (ASDS) annual “Premier Resident Cosmetic Symposium.” She will present to physician residents (in training) about the latest cosmetic procedures and explain her techniques through live patient demonstrations. The closed session, designed for dermatologists, will be held at the Hyatt Regency DFW.

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ABC Interviews Dr. Polder on Restylane Silk for Lip Enhancement

Dallas, Texas – Janet St. James, medical reporter with ABC’s WFAA 8, interviewed Dr. Kristel Polder as the first doctor in North Texas to perform Restylane’s new Silk lip filler. Click here to view the news story.

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Dr. Polder First in North Texas to Perform Silk Lip Treatment

Dallas, Texas – Dr. Kristel Polder of Dallas Center for Dermatology and Aesthetics is one of the first doctors in the North Texas region to perform Silk lip treatment, the first and only FDA-approved product specifically designed for subtle lip enhancement and the smoothing of wrinkles and lines around the mouth.

Restylane Silk is a clear gel formulation of hyaluronic acid, a sugar that is naturally found within the skin. This is the first volumizing filler approved to specifically treat the lips and around the mouth.

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Cosmetic Bootcamp University Names Dr. Polder as Faculty to Fall Course

Cosmetic Bootcamp University has selected Dr. Kristel Polder to serve as a member of the faculty for its course on November 22, 2014. Dr. Polder will teach other dermatologists and residents about the basics of filler and Botox injection procedures.

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ASDS Appoints Dr. Polder as Co-Director of Soft-Tissue Fillers Course

Dr. Kristel Polder will serve as the Co-Director of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery’s (ASDS) physician education course, entitled “The Art and Science of Soft-tissue Fillers and Neuromodulators.” The closed session, designed for dermatologists, will be held in Dallas at the Adolphus Hotel.

Dr. Polder featured in Health magazine.

Dr. Polder Discusses Anti-Aging Breakthroughs with Health Magazine

“Sorry Ponce de Leon: We still haven’t discovered the Fountain of Youth. But, doctors think we’re getting pretty close.”….”The latest in-office and at-home treatments deliver stronger results than ever. Father Time doesn’t stand a chance.” Read the full article here: bit.ly/drpolder2

Special thanks to Caroline Schaefer @GoodHealth

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It’s Not Too Early: How to Start Saving Your Skin, Now

It’s not too soon to incorporate a retinol, which will improve the appearance of early acne and build collagen, says Dallas dermatologist Dr. Kristel Polder. Two examples are RoC Nightime Retinol ($17, Drugstore.com) and La Roche-Posay Redermic R ($38, Target.com).

Read more: http://bit.ly/SRiItR

Special thanks to @AlyWalansky @BeautyHigh

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Demon Myths of Skin Care: The Real Truth Behind Them

If a sunscreen says ‘water resistant’, then I do not need to reapply.

Not true. “Sunscreens should be reapplied according to specifications on the label, which the FDA has now stepped in and regulated as of recently. Sunscreens are now required to specify water resistant, 80 minutes or water resistant, 40 minutes based upon testing of the product,” says Dallas dermatologist Dr. Kristel Polder.

Read more: http://bit.ly/1hIQHk5

Special thanks to @AlyWalansky @BeautyHigh

Dr. Kristel Polder working on a patient

Valeant Pharmaceuticals Certifies Dr. Polder as Sculptra Trainer

Dr. Kristel Polder recently became a certified Sculptra Trainer by Valeant Pharmaceuticals and will be traveling to instruct fellow dermatologists on the proper techniques of this injectable procedure, as well as provide education about patients who are the ideal candidates.

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Tricks to Preventing (and Curing) Warm Weather Skin Disasters by @AlyWalansky

Oily Skin and Larger Pores. Many people notice these issues when the humidity rises. Consider adding a topical retinoid product to your nightly routine. This will promote increased skin cell turnover, smaller pores, and reduced fine lines. “Beware though: retinoids increase your chances of sunburn, so always wear at least an SPF 30 daily, higher when you’re out for longer periods, and reapply, reapply, reapply!” reminds Dr. Kristel Polder, a Dallas-based dermatologist.

Read more: http://bit.ly/QdV8GV%C2%A0

Special thanks to @AlyWalansky @BeautyHigh

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