Get Rid of Sun Damage with Laser Skin Resurfacing
Ah, summer. A time for relaxation, icy cold drinks, and…sun damage? Unfortunately, all of the fun in the sun that accompanies the hottest of seasons often adds up to moderate to heavy sun damage, especially after years of inadequate protection. For those looking to reverse sun damage, I offer Band Aid Laser Skin Resurfacing for my patients to rejuvenate their skin overall.
The advanced technology of DOT Therapy™ gives me the capability to alter the laser settings during treatment to suit your specific needs, allowing me to exclusively treat each concern. The treatment uses tiny columns of precise laser light to increase collagen production while lessening the appearance of wrinkles, sun damage, and facial scarring over time. This laser treatment differs from others because it is consistent with the qualities of all of the procedures in the Band Aid line: it’s completed in-office with gentle numbing to diminish down-time and allow for the best patient comfort and results possible.
The Band Aid Laser Skin Resurfacing procedure is ideal or my patients who may not yet be in need of the cosmetic changes produced by facial plastic surgery, but would like to reduce damage from the sun or other harsh factors. You may even want to consider combining Band Aid Laser treatment with facial rejuvenation using cosmetic injectables like wrinkle relaxers or facial fillers that may enhance your results overall or assist in delaying the desire for surgical facial rejuvenation.
Even if you have undergone facial plastic surgery, laser skin resurfacing can further enhance or refresh your results. Though facelifts and other surgical procedures can certainly treat sagging skin and wrinkles while retaining a natural look, Band Aid Laser Skin Resurfacing can maximize cosmetic results by significantly eliminating damage and other surface imperfections.
While reversing sun damage to some degree is possible, I always recommend prevention as the best method for beautiful skin. Wear a broad-spectrum, SPF 30 or higher sunscreen, a wide-brimmed hat, and stay out of direct sunlight when possible.
To schedule your consultation, contact the office of Dr. John LeRoy. Stay updated on the latest minimally-invasive anti-aging treatment options by connecting with Dr. LeRoy on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.
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