Skin Care for Belmont & Environs

Skin Care in Belmont

Silicon Valley Aesthetic Dermatology is not just the skin care clinic near you. We’re one of the best skin care clinics near Belmont. Our skin care specialists can evaluate your skin and give recommendations. We cover a wide range of technologies, and under the leadership of Dr. Miguel Canales, we can also advise on hair transplantation and hair loss issues (if necessary). We are thus beyond full service as a cosmetic dermatologist near you.

Click here to schedule your free consultation, or just call us at 650-638-0600.

Top-rated by Our Clients

Silicon Valley Aesthetic Dermatology is one of the top-rated skin care clinics not just in Belmont but throughout the Peninsula. Whether you’re in Belmont or Palo Alto, Los Altos or Belmont (or anywhere in between) you owe it to your skin to visit our clinic. Founded by Dr. Miguel Canales, a leading skin care specialist in the field, Silicon Valley Aesthetic Dermatology services Bay Area clients (both men and women) who care about their skin.

Services run the gamut from cosmetic dermatology to facials or microdermabrasians, all types of injectables (Botox, Juvederm, Restylane, etc.), to laser skin services such as laser skin rejuvenation or laser hair removal. We’re even known for “skin tightening” and acne laser peels.

Check out our website, including our client reviews and photo gallery of “before and after” skin care photos, then call or click to make your skin care appointment.Skin Care Clinic in Belmont, California

Belmont Factoid

In the 1880s, another hotel and industry – a sarsaparilla factory – joined the prosperous “Corners” when the Janke family opened the Belmont Soda Works, and followed up on their success with Belmont Park, a picnic park on the south side of Belmont Creek. Merchant Walter Emmett became a leading citizen, adding a livery stable, saloon and other ventures to “The Corners,” including cement sidewalks and electric lights by 1909. The 1920s were boom times for the country and the county. Thanks to the automobile, the newly opened Dumbarton and San Mateo bridges, and the piece-by-piece paving of the Bayshore Highway in the 1920s and 1930s, congestion was moved off the three-lane (the middle was for passing) El Camino Real and Belmont started becoming the suburb it is today.