Finding the right skin resurfacing treatment can feel a lot like finding “the one” these days. Swiping through pages and pages of information, you may have plenty of options but how do we know which one is “the right one?” Consider this pro and con guide your matchmaker for the most popular skin resurfacing treatments.
CO2 laser treatments remove the surface layer of the skin, similar to chemical peels or dermabrasion, but using vaporization instead.
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Microneedling works to promote the skin’s natural healing by creating miniature puncture wounds in the skin using tiny, fine needles.
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NanoFractional radio frequency treatments use tiny pins to deliver heat through the skin’s surface. This creates small micro-dermal wounds, which the body works to heal naturally, repairing signs of surface skin damage in the process.
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When weighing options to determine the right treatment, consider cost, desired results, downtime, and time constraints. While some patients may opt for more invasive treatments, NanoFractional RF™ treatments may be the best to start, with a reasonable price tag, minimal time commitment, and visible results sooner.
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