Skin Care in San Carlos
Silicon Valley Aesthetic Dermatology is not just the skin care clinic near you. We’re one of the best skin care clinics near San Carlos. 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.
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Top-rated by Our Clients
Silicon Valley Aesthetic Dermatology is one of the top-rated skin care clinics not just in San Carlos but throughout the Peninsula. Whether you’re in San Carlos or Palo Alto, Los Altos or Burlingame (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.
San Carlos Factoid
Brittan was a friend of Leland Stanford who arranged to lend his University stone masons for the building of the San Carlos depot in 1888. This is how our now famous landmark, the San Carlos Depot, came to be built. It is a rare example of the use of the Richardson Romansque style in California railroad station architecture.
In the 1890’s, Nathaniel was President of the now-prestigious Bohemian Club of San Francisco and offered a site on his San Carlos property for a “Country Jinx” club house and Bohemian Club retreat. A corner stone was laid on “Druid’s Hill” near the present intersection of Orange and Elizabeth Streets, but the clubhouse was never constructed. Brittan also had a huge hunting lodge built on the present Dale Avenue near his elaborate home so as not to disturb Mrs. Brittan when he entertained his cronies.
A brickmaker, William Hull, came to San Carlos in the 1880’s to look for better clay.