Anti aging treatments have come a very long way in recent years, and it's now possible for Little Rock, Arkansas residents to look just as young as they feel. Lasercare Skin Clinic offers anti aging options such as Enhanced Skin Rejuvenation, a non-invasive procedure that repairs damage and encourages fresh growth of collagen. Call or schedule an appointment online with Dr. Bruce Sanderson.
Enhanced Skin Rejuvenation is a laser treatment that is specially designed for anti-aging. Many people become quite unhappy with their skin as they age, but they aren't willing to suffer through painful surgery and protracted recovery periods to correct the issues. Enhanced Skin Rejuvenation offers a non-invasive way to get real results for people with aging skin. The treatment is performed on an outpatient basis at Lasercare Skin Clinic.
The Enhanced Skin Rejuvenation laser can reduce fine lines, reduce age spots, and eliminate vascular lesions like those seen in rosacea. This laser can also help with the lack of facial volume over time. The deeper layers of skin are agitated to make the body produce new collagen. This collagen helps flesh out deeper wrinkles to create a more youthful appearance.
The treatment sessions take only about half an hour. Most people need to have multiple treatments to get optimal anti-aging results. On average, most patients have around 3-8 Enhanced Skin Rejuvenation laser treatments in total.
The face is the most popular treatment area for Enhanced Skin Rejuvenation, but it's important to remember that the face isn't the only part of the body that reveals age. The chest, neck, and hands can all be treated very successfully with the Enhanced Skin Rejuvenation laser as well.
The Enhanced Skin Rejuvenation laser treatment isn't uncomfortable or painful. A topical anesthetic cream may be used to help patients be as comfortable as possible during the laser treatment. Many people feel a snapping sensation during treatment or a sensation of heat, but these effects are quite well tolerated.
After the laser treatment, it's common to have some swelling. Patients may have some mild discomfort after treatment, but this can be addressed with ice packs and anti-inflammatory medications.