Skin Resurfacing

What is Skin Resurfacing?

Skin resurfacing treatments help to restore a more youthful, beautiful complexion by removing the most damaged outer layers of skin to reveal the healthier-looking skin beneath and encouraging new, healthy skin cell growth.

Plastic surgeons use a variety of techniques for skin resurfacing to address a myriad of skin concerns.

While most of these are excellent technologies, it is important to remember that the component of cosmetic medicine that has the biggest impact on your results is your provider. This goes for non-surgical skin resurfacing treatments as well as cosmetic surgery.

Benefits Of Skin Resurfacing

Minimize fine lines or wrinkles

Treat brown spots, redness or discoloration for more balanced skin tone

Tighten skin and encourage collagen production

Remove acne or surgical scars

Remove unwanted facial or body hair

Ablative Lasers:

Make a significant difference in the appearance of deep wrinkles and surface wrinkles.

Help significantly fade skin discolorations.

Erase years of sun damage by replacing damaged skin with healthier, new skin.

Non-ablative lasers can:

Remove some skin discolorations, particularly superficial brown spots.

Improve and potentially eliminate redness from rosacea and broken capillaries.

Improve minor wrinkles and fine lines.

Stimulate collagen production (after repeated treatments).