How Does Laser Skin Tightening Work?

Our skin requires a lot of maintenance in order to remain healthy, strong, and beautiful. Over time and due to a number of environmental factors, our skin begins to lose its strength and resilience, which leads to the formation of fine lines, wrinkles, and folds, as well as sagging and uneven-looking skin.

Laser skin tightening treatments offer a way to rejuvenate your skin’s health, strength, and appearance, so that you have tight and youthful-looking skin that complements your entire image.

The focused laser energy is concentrated on the problem areas of your skin, where it causes minute superficial damage. This prompts the skin’s healing process and stimulates the production of collagen, elastin, and other essential proteins for tight and healthy skin.

Our founder, Dr. M. Bruce Sanderson, has dedicated his practice to helping his patients improve and maintain the health of their skin so they can experience a healthy and happy life. Contact our office to schedule a consultation for your laser skin tightening treatment.

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