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Wrinkle Treatments

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After some time, chronic sun exposure and aging contribute to the major changes in the skin, for example, wrinkles and textural changes.

Non-ablative lasers are restorative options for skin rejuvenation that are very safe and can treat different signs of chronic sun exposure and aging. Acne scars can also be safely and effectively treated with non-ablative laser skin rejuvenation.

Wrinkle Treatments

This laser system offered by Dr. Graber creates new collagen in the skin without removing or damaging the top layer of skin. This additionally minimizes the potential complications, for example scarring, infections and pigmentation changes. Several non-ablative laser treatment sessions are required to see results.

The skin should be treated at intervals of 4-6 weeks, for around 4-6 times to accomplish the best results. Recovery time is about 2 days. After treatment the skin feels like a sunburn for 1-2 hours and is red. The redness may last for 2 days and there may be some swelling.

Summary

In summary, non-ablative laser skin resurfacing:

  • Can be used for wrinkles, textural changes and acne scars
  • Is safe
  • Requires several treatments
  • Has a recovery time of about 2 days

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