If you’ve been looking for nonsurgical treatment options to get rid of wrinkles, or tighten and tone the skin, you may be a good candidate for sublative skin rejuvenation treatments. Sublative rejuvenation procedures, including the eMatrix Skin treatment and Syneron’s Sublative Rejuvenation™ procedure target the dermal tissue deep under the skin’s surface to stimulate collagen production and strengthen the skin tone.
The Fraxel laser skin resurfacing procedure has received FDA approval for treating many areas of the face and body, and restoring the skin after skin damage. However, this powerful procedure is only suitable for certain skin types, so it’s important for prospective patients to undergo a thorough skin evaluation and learn about alternative options when pursuing treatment.
Skin pigmentation can be a result of the aging process, excessive sun exposure or a side effect of acne, and only some skin rejuvenation treatments are effective for reducing or eliminating brown spots and scars. Various strengths of chemical peels can help to reduce skin pigmentation permanently, eliminating the need to undergo more aggressive skin treatments such as laser skin resurfacing or Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) therapy.
Laser skin resurfacing treatments are a popular choice in skin rejuvenation, helping to reduce acne scars, wrinkles and the effects of sun damage on almost any skin type. The SmartXide DOT Therapy system is one of the latest innovations in laser skin resurfacing, and promises minimal downtime and outstanding results.
Dermatologists around the world have been using lasers to treat rosacea since the 1980s, but many of the original laser devices used for rosacea treatment ran a high risk of scarring and were not recommended for patients of certain skin types.
If you’ve been considering laser skin resurfacing to reduce the effects of aging or improve the texture of your skin after acne, you may be a good candidate for the Pearl Laser Skin Resurfacing solution by Cutera. This innovative treatment was designed to treat brown and red spots, reduce pore size and eliminate wrinkles.
Many women who are pregnant have a skin disorder called melasma, also called the “mask of pregnancy.” This skin rash typically appears around the mouth and cheek areas, and the level of discoloration ranges from light brown to dark grey. While the cause of melasma is still unknown, there are some treatment options available to reduce its appearance. Here are some of the latest treatment options available for individuals with melasma:
Pregnant or nursing mothers are typically advised to steer clear of cosmetic treatments because hormones can interfere with results and the skin may not respond positively to treatment. However, there are some types of treatments that have been deemed safe during pregnancy.
If you’re looking for a permanent solution to get rid of wrinkles and achieve a more youthful look, laser skin resurfacing and facelift surgery aren’t your only options. Many cosmetic dermatologists and skin specialist recommend dermabrasion for people who want younger-looking skin with just a single procedure. Dermabrasion is an intensive skin resurfacing procedure that literally “sands” away the top layer of skin to buff away wrinkles, fine lines, lesions and even acne scars. Here’s a close look at some of the top anti aging benefits of dermabrasion:
All of the information on LocateADoc.com, (except for information provided by members of the LocateADoc.com community), is either written by health professionals or supported by public health recommendations.