Photorejuvenation is a minimally invasive skin procedure that can also treat signs of aging such as wrinkles or age spots. There’s very little recovery time and few side effects, making it a popular procedure.
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Photorejuvenation provides relatively long lasting improvements in skin quality and texture. It can be performed anywhere on the body and requires little or no downtime.
Some people may require several treatments before full effects become apparent. It may not work as well on tanned or darker skin tones. And you will be required to stay out of the sun for a while after each treatment.
If you feel frustrated by the skin issues below, then photorejuvenation can be a good choice:
You could be a good candidate for this procedure if you are in good general health, have a positive attitude and down to earth expectations about this procedure
Photorejuvenation uses pulsed light therapy to treat skin blemishes. Basically, a broad range of bright, intense light is shined on various parts of the skin. You will need to wear an eye mask to protect your eyes from the light. Your doctor will use an IPL device to press on the target treatment areas. The IPL device will emit a light that heats up collagen beneath the skin, encouraging the body to produce more of this beneficial protein. Enhanced collagen production can fill in fine lines or wrinkles on the face as well as some shallow acne scars. IPL technology also reduces flushing and discoloration on the skin.
Your physician may also suggest complementary treatments to help you reach your goal. The use of laser skin resurfacing or a chemical peel in conjunction with photorejuvenation can sometimes provide the best result.
Photorejuvenation can cause mild discomfort. Many patients liken the feeling to the sting of a rubber band being snapped against the skin.
In addition to traditional photorejuvenation, some patients may opt for what is known as ELOS (electro-optical synergy), which combines basic IPL technology with high intensity radiofrequency.
We always warmly welcome new patients and offer complimentary consultations for most treatments. Please feel free to call or email us to learn more.