With all the new laser technological advancements arriving on the market today Botox is still the best procedure to combat facial wrinkles. Laser technological advancements such as Fractional CO2, Laser Genesis, Photofacial (IPL) and Refirme Skin Tightening have their place but for wrinkles on the upper face, Botox is the [...]
As successful as the individual Microdermabrasion treatments are on their own Dr. Rubaum continued, “a combination of Microdermabrasion sessions followed by a chemical peel or laser treatment (Laser Genesis) will increase the procedures effectiveness and significantly improve and enhance the results.”
“to control and reverse the damaged skin areas, the best results are derived from utilizing a combination of photofacial laser treatments, a skin lightening cream and the daily use of a good sunscreen. There are many active ingredients on the market which help lighten the skin; Retin A, Arbutin, Kojic Acid and Hydroquinone, are most commonly used.
“facial fillers such as Radiesse fill the void left by the decrease of facial volume. This calcium based filler can be injected in the cheek area, lifting the saggy skin and reducing the appearance of wrinkles.
patients looking for alternatives to surgically invasive facelifts with no downtime, good results and budget friendly prices, that can have this procedure monthly without missing any work.
The Photofacial Laser targets sun damaged skin, brown and red spots and stimulates collagen to help reduce the weathered look of the hands.
This treatment encourages growth of new skin cells which have improved levels of collagen and elastin.
Now it is possible to get your body back to your pre-pregnancy shape by tightening up any skin laxity or sagging skin in under an hour and without surgery, injections or downtime.
The Photofacial Laser targets sun damaged skin, brown spots and stimulates collagen to help reduce the fine age lines as we grow older.