What are the Benefits of Laser Skin Resurfacing?

Would you like to revive your dull skin and fight signs of aging?  Laser skin resurfacing is a good choice, because it’s a quick, convenient way to restore the youthful beauty of your skin.  But what are the benefits of laser skin resurfacing?

Laser Skin Resurfacing Basics

Laser skin resurfacing enhances the tone and texture of the skin and minimizes signs of aging.  There are a variety of lasers used for laser skin resurfacing, but the fractional CO2 laser has become the standard for skin renewal because it has a short recovery time, and is less painful than traditional ablative treatments.

Benefits Of Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser skin resurfacing removes damaged skin cells, which triggers the growth of new, healthy skin cells and leads to younger-looking skin.

Laser skin resurfacing also works below the surface of the skin causing the collagen fibers to bind together.  It also stimulates the production of new collagen to create long term improvement in the tone and texture of the skin.  Collagen is a natural protein that makes the skin stronger and gives it a plumper, more youthful look.

Other benefits of laser skin resurfacing:

  • Smooths fine lines and wrinkles
  • Reduces enlarged pores
  • Minimizes sun damage
  • Evens skin tone
  • Minimal downtime

Are You A Candidate For Laser Skin Resurfacing?

If you would like to improve specific skin issues such as sun damage, wrinkles, and discoloration, you may be a good candidate for laser skin resurfacing. Candidates should also be in good health, and have realistic expectations about the procedure.  However, laser skin resurfacing is not recommended for people with active acne or excessive skin laxity.

Are you ready to enjoy the incredible benefits of laser skin resurfacing?  Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Las Vegas and Henderson, NV areas, The Lanfranchi Center is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.thelanfranchicenter.com, or by calling 702-929-3880.

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