Laser treatments have made lasting changes to the field of cosmetic enhancement. Laser resurfacing, in particular, is a new approach to facial rejuvenation that can be used to improve the appearance of your skin, and treat minor skin concerns and imperfections.
As with any cosmetic procedure, you should always weigh the laser resurfacing risks andbenefits before undergoing treatment.
Laser resurfacing works by removing the outer superficial layer of your skin (epidermis). Deeper layer laser (ablative) resurfacing can also be used to encourage the formation of new collagen fibers beneath the surface of your skin. As your skin heals from treatment, your new skin will appear tighter and smoother.
Laser resurfacing is not for everyone. If you’ve been diagnosed with a serious medical condition such as diabetes, have a history of keloid scarring, have taken acne medication (Amnesteem and others) in the past year, or are currently pregnant or breast feeding, you may not be a good candidate for laser skin resurfacing.
To learn more about laser skin resurfacing risks and benefits in the DC area contact Will Surgical Arts.
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