Bella Cosmetic Surgery
120 Waterfront Street
National Harbor, MD 20745
Improve Acne Scars, Wrinkles, and Sun-Damaged Skin
Do you have acne scars, wrinkles and sun-damaged skin? These are areas of concern to many people. Really, who doesn’t have a scar they want to get rid of? This includes scars from accidents, surgery and playing sports.
Technology to help people look their best, and many times reduce the signs of aging, improves every year and one of the new advancements is called ProFractional, and can be very helpful in reducing acne scars, wrinkles and sun-damaged skin, as well as many other skin related conditions.
It is a quick and comfortable laser procedure with little to no downtime, used for improving the overall appearance of your skin. It uses a laser micro-beam to treat thousands of pinpoint areas of your skin. And, because only a fraction of the skin is directly treated with the laser, healing time is quick and downtime is short.
What Conditions Can Be Treated?
ProFractional can be used to improve a wide variety of skin conditions, but is used most for
Wrinkles and fine lines
Aging and sun-damaged skin
How Does It Work?
This new technology uses laser energy to create thousands of microscopic channels in the skin, which are surrounded by areas of healthy, untreated skin. The zones of untreated skin invigorate the body’s natural healing process, and the treated areas stimulate production of new collagen, plumping up the skin and smoothing out wrinkles, lines, scars and other irregularities.
If you are looking to improve acne scars, wrinkles or sun damaged skin in a comfortable treatment with fast recovery, then you may be an ideal candidate. Most skin areas can be treated. Popular areas are the face, neck, chest and hands. You should discuss your needs with your physician.
The treatments are typically done in a series of 1-4 treatments, spaced 3-6 weeks apart, depending on your needs. Your physician will personalize a treatment plan based on the level of improvement you desire.
After treatments, your skin will be more sensitive to ultra-violet light, so you must avoid direct sun exposure until fully healed. You should always use some level of sun protection to avoid sun damage and premature aging of your skin.
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