Patients who have struggled with an uneven skin tone, aging skin, or who just want to improve the texture of their face may enjoy the benefits microdermabrasion can offer. Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive treatment used to exfoliate the upper layer of the skin gently. This results in enhanced texture, tone, and complexion. Although over-the-counter microdermabrasion kits are available, they do not work as deeply and effectively as treatment available at the Center For Dermatology Cosmetic And Laser Surgery.
The aestheticians at the Center For Dermatology Cosmetic And Laser Surgery are excited to help patients achieve a more youthful, beautiful skin with the use of microdermabrasion. This skin treatment can be used to address many problems, including:
- Age spots and sun spots
- Spots caused by acne blemishes
- Dull complexion
- Uneven skin tone
- Poor texture of the skin
In addition to an effective skin care regimen, patients can use microdermabrasion as a regular part of their routine. Microdermabrasion treatments can also help topical products penetrate deeper into the skin for more effective therapies.
Patients who are interested in learning more about microdermabrasion and whether it is an appropriate treatment for them are encouraged to contact the Center For Dermatology Cosmetic And Laser Surgery. Our team of dermatological experts can provide a complimentary skin consultation with our aestheticians to determine if you can benefit from these skin therapies.
The Center For Dermatology Cosmetic And Laser Surgery offers patients a wide variety of skin rejuvenation services, including photo facials, microdermabrasion, and laser resurfacing. Chemical peels are a popular choice for many patients who want to address the texture, tone, and appearance of their skin.
Peels are useful for rejuvenating the skin's complexion, texture, color and signs of aging. They can also treat:
- Sun-damaged skin
- Age Spots
Chemical peels can be used on all areas of the body, but are typically used for the face, neck, chest, and hands. They vary in strength, and some of the stronger chemical peels may require downtime for proper healing.
We encourage you to consult either with our experienced and physician supervised aestheticians or with one of our dermatologists to see if peels are right for you.