Is it beneficial to utilize a combination laser treatment and botox to get rid of wrinkles?

Just about everyone knows that laser skin resurfacing is great for smoothing wrinkles, which is why it is one of the top anti-aging treatments. But botox is also very good for wrinkles. Both treatments are usually done on their own, but is it beneficial to utilize a combination of laser treatment and botox to get rid of wrinkles? It does seem like a good combination, but how would it work (learn more).

At Cobb Wellness at Aesthetics, Roswell, Georgia, the anti-aging treatment of laser therapy and botox work very well together. The Mixto fractional CO2 laser is used to revitalize the skin and reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and botox is used to minimize dynamic wrinkles.

Mixto Fractional CO2 Laser

The Mixto laser uses fractional technology to treat specific portions of the skin, while leaving other areas intact. These untreated areas are able to accelerate the healing process, and reduce downtime.

The Mixto laser smooths fine lines and wrinkles, and also eliminates spots and other skin discolorations. It also stimulates collagen production, which reduces the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and also produces tighter skin in the long term.

Botox

Botox is also used along with the Mixto Laser to diminish those troublesome wrinkles around the eyes. Botox is very effective in eliminating frown lines, as well as wrinkles across the forehead.

This combination creates beautiful results, as it smooths out wrinkles leaving the skin fresher and more radiant. It is especially helpful for patients that have deep wrinkles and lines.

If you would like to find out if this combination laser treatment can get rid of your wrinkles, call Cobb Wellness today at (770)649-0094. Dr. Linda Kelley will be happy to meet with you, to discuss the available treatment options (click here).

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