Acne/Acne Scarring

Our Acne Treatment Center in Los Angeles is the premiere center to help patients solve both acute pimple issues and deal with scarring. With advanced technologies and highly trained professionals, Ava MD in Santa Monica can surely help pave the way to clear skin and prevent future breakouts.

Excessive Sweating

Sweating on a hot day or while working out is expected, but if you find that your underarms become excessively sweaty regardless of your circumstances, you may be suffering from a condition called axillary hyperhidrosis. Excessive sweating is more than just uncomfortable or embarrassing, it can make a person avoid social situations or job opportunities, and even stain and ruining clothing.

Fine Lines/Wrinkles

Fine lines and wrinkles are an inevitable part of the aging process, and can detract from a person’s natural beauty. There are many different types of wrinkles and wrinkle treatments, ranging from shallow to deep and occurring in various locations on the face, neck, chest, and hands.

Freckles, Birth Marks and Port Stains

If you’ve been living with unsightly or embarrassing marks or pigmentation, such as freckles, birthmarks, or port wine stains, the solution you’ve been looking for is available at Ava MD! Now unwanted marks can be erased or significantly reduced with little to no downtime necessary.

Hair Loss Conditions

Significant hair loss or noticeable thinning of the hair can be a frustrating and traumatic experience, regardless of age or gender. While men most commonly begin losing their hair as they age, hair loss and thinning hair can also affect women

Hair Removal

Unwanted hair? On average, people spend over 100 hours a year shaving or waxing. Say goodbye to wasted time, laser hair removal is the answer.


Pigmentation problems in the skin can include dark spots from sun damage, melasma, birthmarks, and hyper or hypopigmentation. Unwanted pigmentation in the skin can cause a mottled, uneven skin tone that detracts from a person’s natural beauty; in addition, sudden changes in pigmentation, such as a new mole or suspicious dark spot, can potentially be indicative of skin cancer, and should be checked out immediately by a board-certified dermatologist.


Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition in which skin cells reproduce and mature at a much faster rate than they should, causing patches of dry, thick, scaly skin as well as small bumps.


Ptosis of the eyelid refers to a droopy eyelid, where the upper eye area lowers downward. The eyelid may droop very little or so much that it can cover the pupil. Additionally, ptosis can potentially limit or even completely block normal vision. The edge of the upper eyelid may be lower than it should be, or there may be excess skin above the eyelid, this is called ptosis or dermatochalasis.

Rosacea and Redness

Rosacea is an inflammatory skin disorder that affects the face, particularly the cheeks, nose, chin, and forehead, but can also include the neck, scalp, and other areas of the body. While this disease is a fairly common, genetically inherited disorder, the bright red appearance, skin thickening, and irritation can be uncomfortable and even embarrassing. Fortunately, if you suffer from rosacea, there are several reliable treatment options available to relieve the discomfort and unattractive quality of rosacea.

Skin Laxity

As we age, our bodies produce less collagen and elastin, which are two substances necessary for keeping skin tight, supple, and elastic. As our elasticity breaks down, our skin begins to lose its battle with gravity and starts to thin, sag, and droop.

Skin Resurfacing

Age, genetics, and sun exposure are just a few of the factors that can contribute to skin concerns such as wrinkles, dark spots, and uneven skin tone and texture. These concerns affect many men and women, and can detract from a person’s natural beauty. Skin resurfacing is a proven method of skin rejuvenation that can address a wide range of skin issues.

Skin Tightening

As we age, our skin starts losing volume due a decrease in the amount of collagen produced. This loss of volume, combined with the effects of gravity, sun damage, and age, can lead to sagging, drooping, lax skin. This lax skin can lead to “turkey neck,” prominent jowls, and less defined contour of the face and neck.

Spider Veins

Do spider veins on your legs make you feel too self-conscious to show your legs in public? Do you find that makeup still does not do enough to cover a visible cluster of veins on your face? These small blue, red, or purplish lines can be effectively treated with one or a combination of treatments.

Stubborn Fat

Self-conscious about dimpled skin or small areas of fat? Our non-surgical body contouring techniques will assist you in getting back into shape.

Sun Damage

Sun damage can accumulate even during cloudy days and on days where your only sun exposure is during the commute to work. Sun damage is the main cause of premature aging, leading to wrinkles and sun spots.

Types of Skin Cancer

Skin cancer typically occurs on one of three forms, depending on severity. Each have different symptoms and require specific treatments, so it is vital to talk with an AVA MD specialist if you suspect you have an abnormal skin condition.

Volume Loss

Volume loss is a common side effect of growing older. As we age, our skin stops producing collagen and elastin, which are two essential substances for keeping skin firm and elastic. A lack of collagen and elastin means that wrinkles form more easily, and facial contour can start to lose definition due to skin beginning to sag