Start getting laser hair removal now to be hair-free by summer. Ditto for treating any spider veins on my legs. Treat problem spots like love handles with CoolSculpting. Get rid of last year’s sunspots with laser. Freshen my skin with a chemical peel.… Read More


Everyone knows the fabulous effects of injecting Botox deep into facial muscles–smoother skin, fewer wrinkles. We are now combining old and newer techniques, adding very dilute amounts of Botox to growth factors and vitamins and infusing them into the skin via micro needling. Results are subtle initially, but tend to magnify with time and subsequent… Read More


1) Trouble fitting into your dress? You have time for two Cool Sculpting sessions before the holidays. 2) Sagging jowls or cheeks? Get your Sculptra, Juvederm or Restylane products. Any bruising will be long gone before holiday parties! Watch Dr. Baker receive Sculptra treatment: https://youtu.be/8EWGe0Qxq58  3) Unwanted red or brown spots on face? Consult and laser treatment.… Read More


Botox Week is almost here! November 6 – 10. $11/unit. No appointment necessary. At Ark-La-Tex Dermatology, we’ll have great discounts for you and your friends. To get ready, Dr. Baker and I demonstrate “how to Botox.”  … Read More


🎈🎉🎁 It’s birthday time at Ark-La-Tex Dermatology! Here,  Dr. Futrell discusses what she does to stay looking young. Sculptra is like a “facelift in a bottle.” Vollure is a dermal filler for the correction of moderate to severe wrinkles and folds.  … Read More


Sign up for laser hair removal. Remove unsightly spider veins using laser or sclerotherapy. Use Nectifirm by Revision to reduce crepey appearance of knees. Consider CoolSculpting to contour thighs Schedule Exilis to tighten skin.… Read More


1) Myth:  Sunscreens are toxic.  The most common unblocking ingredients, zinc oxide and titanium dioxide are probably safer than most of your cleansers and cosmetics. 2) Myth: Organic is better.  Actually sunscreens are divided into 2 groups.  So-called chemical sunscreens absorb the sun’s rays (Oxybenzone or Avobenzone).  Physical sunscreens block or deflect the sun (Zinc… Read More