Skin Resurfacing

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Post Laser Skincare Guidelines

Following the skincare guidelines immediately after a Laser treatment is important to minimize complications and to maximize benefit from the treatment. In our office, we often do fractionated laser resurfacing with an Erbium Yag or CO2 laser.  Both of these improve skin quality, tone and texture.  They also remove sun damage and lessen wrinkles. While …

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Do Chemical Peels Hurt?

What is a chemical peel? A chemical peel is a combination of acids applied to resurface the skin by causing a controlled chemical burn to remove aging and damaged layers and stimulating cell turnover and recovery. These can be very light peels to improve skin tone that have minimal downtime or significant peels to address …

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Treating Hyperpigmentation (Dark Spots) for Darker Skin Tones

What is hyperpigmentation? Hyperpigmentation is a common skin condition that makes some areas of the skin darker than others. The areas appear as darker brown, black, gray, or red spots or patches on the skin. The spots are sometimes called age spots, liver spots, or sun spots.   What causes hyperpigmentation? Hyperpigmentation of the skin …

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Skin resurfacing with Erbium Yag Laser

What is an Erbium Laser treatment? Erbium Yag laser light energy interacts with water in skin cells causing an ablative effect, thereby eliminating surface pigment irregularities. This skin resurfacing procedure stimulates the formation of new collagen and elastin as the skin heals. You will witness your sun-damaged spots get lighter, your fine lines get smoother …

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Spring Forward, Peel Back

Why do you need a chemical Peel? Why should you consider a chemical peel?  It improves almost all skin problems and refreshes the skin for all skin types.  Chemical Peels can effectively treat a variety of skin conditions, including acne, hyper-pigmentation, fine lines, wrinkles, and sun damage. From dark to light, acne to age spots, …

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Is Laser Skin Resurfacing Painful?

A well-established skin care and an aesthetic treatment routine can significantly impact keeping the youthful and radiant look you want. However, developing a plan that works best for you can be overwhelming with so many options available. One option that is a great way to get as close to a “reset” for your skin as …

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Now that I have had a Facelift I am done, right? WRONG 

Now that I have had a Facelift I am done, right? WRONG  What is a Facelift? A Facelift is a surgical procedure done under general anesthesia in which the surgeon analyzes aging and lax skin, fat pads, muscles, and all other underlying tissues, surgically places them together and then surgically stitching them in an upward …

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Get your face ready for spring!

In the last remaining weeks of winter, what should you consider to put your best face forward by spring? For lighter skin types, resurfacing is the best way to improve sun damage, fine lines and wrinkles. CO2 Laser Ablation CO2 fractionated ablation usually requires 10 days of downtime while you heal.  But, the results are …

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