The New York Times quoted Dr. Suzanne Kilmer in an article on CoolSculpting. Dr. Kilmer is an expert on CoolSculpting and has been a long term medical board member for Zeltiq, the company that developed CoolSculpting. Written by Ann Carrns, it was published online and in print on July 13, 2017. “Suzanne Kilmer, founder of the Laser… Read More »
The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) has honored our very own, Dr. Suzanne Kilmer as the 2014 Iron Surgeon at its annual meeting in San Diego. The Iron Surgeon competition is about providing the highest level of education combined with cutting-edge, unique entertainment. The winners are voted by the audience. Participating in one of… Read More »
Dr. Kilmer is featured in the May 2017 issue of The Heart of East Sac Magazine. This monthly publication is a social magazine for the resident’s of Sacramento’s Fab Forties neighborhood and surrounding streets. Click the following link to read the article- May_2017_The_Heart_of_East_Sac
Early conservative use of wrinkle-fighting interventions such as neuromodulators (Botox, Dysport and Xeomin), fillers, and light or laser treatments will preserve youthful-looking skin. Two cosmetic dermatologists, Heather K. Hamilton, MD and Kenneth A. Arndt, MD argue in an opinion piece published online in JAMA Dermatology. Read the summarized article by Charles Bankhead for Medpage Today here.
Dr. Kilmer talks Coolsculpting® for a Clinical Rountable Editorial for The Aesthetic Guide (May/June 2013). If you would like to further understand the science behind Coolsculpting, this article is a great read. CoolSculpting-THE-Aesthetic-Guide-Editorial
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Let’s say you are living in the moment, feeling giddy – a little tipsy, maybe – and you decide to go for it. You decide to get that tattoo. Dr. Suzanne Kilmer has a warning for you: Think twice before acting. Not only do you face five times the risk of contracting… Read More »
SACRAMENTO, CA – You work out, eat healthy, but still there may be little areas you just can’t seem to slim. Just last week the Federal Drug Administration approved a new method called “Cool Sculpting” to help attack those problem areas. No needles, no scars, no down time needed. Sacramento dermatologist, Dr. Suzanne Kilmer, was… Read More »
How effective are skin products with DNA-repairing enzymes? Sunscreens and creams purported to repair sun-damaged skin might have some merit, some dermatologists say. June 06, 2011|By Chris Woolston, Special to the Los Angeles Times The UV rays blasting down from the sun do more than burn your skin. They attack you right down to your… Read More »