Dermatology Services

Information About Dermatology Services

Learn to love your hair again and manage hair loss at Madeliene Elaine in Chevy Chase, MD. Founded and led by board-certified dermatologist Dr. Gainers, our team can diagnose and treat hair loss conditions. If you experience certain forms of alopecia or scalp problems, Dr. Gainers can complete a comprehensive assessment, provide innovative treatment options, and design a tailored treatment plan. Your plan may include PRP therapy for hair, hair loss medication, hair transplant surgery, and laser hair therapy. To enhance your overall beauty, decrease signs of aging, or treat common skin problems, Dr. Gainers also provides cosmetic and medical dermatology treatments, like BOTOX, laser hair removal, acne treatments, and earlobe repair. Located in Maryland and near Washington, D.C., please read through our list of services and schedule an appointment at Madeliene Elaine.

Filter21 Services ( View All )

Specializing in hair loss treatments, Dr. Gainers can reduce hair fall, encourage regrowth, and treat any scalp issues with restorative procedures.

Traction alopecia is a condition that causes hair loss due to repeated tension on the hair follicles, and it can be treated through advanced care.

PRP therapy for hair loss injects your platelet-rich plasma into the scalp to treat the miniaturization of hair follicles so your hair looks fuller.

Offering FUE and FUT hair transplant techniques, Dr. Gainers can rejuvenate your hair by transplanting your donor follicles to the treatment area.

Professional laser hair therapy helps patients who suffer from androgenetic alopecia (male or female pattern baldness).

Based on your comprehensive consultation and the diagnosis, hair loss medications can slow hair thinning and encourage the growth of new follicles.

For patients with female or male pattern baldness, at-home, low-light laser therapy (LLLT) stimulates hair follicles and increases scalp circulation.

A trichoscopic hair analysis uses imaging technology to get a closer view of the scalp so we can diagnose conditions and provide treatments.

Hair prosthetics are customized hairpieces that match the color and texture of your hair and provide a semi-permanent solution to fuller-looking hair.

Scalp micropigmentation (SMP) uses ink, like tattooing, to reduce the contrast between your scalp and hair, which makes your hair appear fuller.

BOTOX is a wrinkle relaxer that temporarily "freezes" the facial muscles to reduce wrinkles, fine lines, and Crow's feet, rejuvenating the complexion.

Chemical peels reduce wrinkles and scars by using personalized peels to remove damaged skin cells, rejuvenate the complexion, and soften the skin.

Injectable dermal fillers add volume to the skin and reduce wrinkles, folds, acne scars, or fine lines to rejuvenate the complexion without surgery.

Laser hair removal uses innovative technology to permanently remove unwanted hair on the face and body, which creates smoother, softer skin.

Laser skin resurfacing uses different strengths of lasers to deeply exfoliate the skin and remove damaged skin, which rejuvenates the complexion.

If you experience painful acne symptoms, like pimples, blackheads, or painful cysts, we offer medications and laser treatments to reduce discomfort.

If you experience melasma, eczema, rosacea, dermatosis papulosa nigra, or a variety of other conditions, we can reduce uncomfortable symptoms.

Improve the appearance of damaged earlobes with a minimally invasive earlobe treatment so you can achieve a symmetrical look or wear earrings again.

Hirsutism is caused by excess androgen hormones, which creates dark hair on the face, back, or chest for females and requires treatment to manage.

Hyperpigmentation or dark spots happen because of sun damage or certain skin conditions, like melasma, which may require laser or chemical peels.

If skin tags and moles create irritation or cause embarrassment because of their location, Dr. Gainers will exam your skin and remove the lesion.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.