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Non-Surgical Procedures

Chemical Peel

A chemical peel uses a chemical solution to smooth the texture of your skin by removing the damaged outer layers.

Although chemical peels are used mostly on the face, they can also be used to improve the skin on your neck and hands. A chemical peel is one of the least invasive ways to improve the appearance of your skin. Sun exposure, acne, or just getting older can leave your skin tone uneven, wrinkled, spotted or scarred.

A chemical peel can help improve:

  • • Acne or acne scars
  • • Age and liver spots
  • • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • • Freckles
  • • Irregular skin pigmentation
  • • Rough skin and scaly patches
  • • Scars
  • • Sun-damaged skin

EpiLight®

EpiLight resulted from the clinical observation that during treatment of blood vessels with the PhotoDerm pulsed light machine; hair was not regrowing in areas being treated for unwanted blood vessels.

Fillers

If you'd like to restore youthful fullness to your face, enjoy plump lips, enhance shallow contours or soften those facial creases and wrinkles, dermal fillers may be the answer. Dermal fillers have been called "liquid facelifts" because they offer many of the benefits of a surgical facelift without the downtime.

Although they can't help with excess sagging skin, these soft tissue fillers can add more volume and provide immediate results at a lower cost than surgery. These treatments aren't permanent, however, and they must be repeated and maintained.

Some dermal fillers are used in conjunction with other skin rejuvenation treatments such as injections of botulinum toxin. Your plastic surgeon will assess your needs and recommend one or a combination of treatments to achieve your desired results.

Foto Facial®

FotoFacial RF Pro® treatments are full face, neck, hands or body treatments using Intense Pulsed Light (IPL), Infrared (IR), Laser and/or Radiofrequency (RF) energy combined in the same pulse. These gentle, no-downtime treatments are used to improve the cosmetic appearance of the face, neck or body.

Laser Treatment

Laser skin resurfacing, also know as a laser peel, laser vaporization and lasabrasion, can reduce facial wrinkles, scars and blemishes. Newer laser technologies give your plastic surgeon a new level of control in laser surfacing, permitting extreme precision, especially in delicate areas.

Laser skin resurfacing can improve minor facial flaws, such as:

  • • Fine lines or wrinkles around or under your eyes, forehead or mouth
  • • Scars from acne or chickenpox
  • • Non-responsive skin after a facelift
  • • Aged or sun-damaged skin
  • • Liver spots
  • • Improve your complexion if you have yellowish or grayish skin tones
  • • Warts
  • • Birthmarks such as linear epidermal nevi
  • • Enlarged oil glands on the nose

Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion treatments use a minimally abrasive instrument to gently sand your skin, removing the thicker, uneven outer layer.

This type of skin rejuvenation is used to treat light scarring, discoloration, sun damage, and stretch marks.

Microdermabrasion can:

  • • Improve age spots and black heads.
  • • Improve hyperpigmentation (patches of darkened skin).
  • • Exfoliate your skin, resulting in a refreshed appearance.
  • • Lessen the appearance of stretch marks.
  • • Reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
  • • Reduce or eliminate enlarged pores.
  • • Treat acne and the scars left by acne.

Microdermabrasion helps to thicken your collagen, which results in a younger looking complexion. Collagen is a protein in your skin that’s abundant when you’re a child and makes skin appear taut and smooth. Collagen production declines as we age, resulting in looser, uneven skin.