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Laser Wrinkle Skin Resurfacing

Reverse Aging With Our Laser Wrinkle Skin Resurfacing Procedure

Laser resurfacing is one of the latest skin rejuvenation procedures. We use the procedure on patients who want to get rid of skin irregularities and facial wrinkles. The process also helps to remove both benign and malignant lesions and even skin pigmentation.

Laser wrinkle skin resurfacing involves directing short and concentrated light beams at irregular skin. By removing uneven skin layers, patients are left with smooth and flawless skin. Patients can undergo this procedure at our clinic if:

  • They have scars from acne.

  • Their skin becomes non-responsive after undergoing a facelift.

  • They have wrinkles or fine lines under or around the forehead, mouth, or eyes.

  • They have uneven skin pigmentation.

Patients with active acne or very dark skin are not suitable candidates for laser wrinkle skin resurfacing. Our dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons are board-certified. Thus, the procedure is safe and relatively painless. It also doesn't cause any adverse side effects.

How Chemical Peels Reverse Sun Damage

Overexposure to UV rays can cause significant skin damage. Sun damage may be the leading cause of skin aging, but we've got a solution. For years, our dermatologists have been using chemical peels to reverse skin damage caused by UV exposure. The peels work by getting rid of the top aging skin layers. They remove dead skin, wrinkles, sunspots, and uneven pigmentation, thus improving skin texture and appearance.

Whenever patients visit us for chemical peels for sun damage, we always recommend that they start with the most gentle options so that their skin gets used to the procedure. Typically, we use alpha-hydroxy acid or glycolic acid on first-time patients. These mild chemical peels for sun damage may not produce drastic results, but they are safer options for first-timers. After undergoing the procedure, it's normal to experience mild sensitivity and redness, but this goes away in a few days.

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