Fraxel Restore

For results you can see and feel, Fraxel:

Restore is a wonderful FDA-approved option for patients who want smoother, fresher, and younger looking skin. Using pinpoint laser beams that penetrate the skin’s surface, Fraxel eliminates old and damaged skin cells. This treatment stimulates the body’s own natural healing process to replace aged and damaged skin with fresh, glowing, healthy skin. With Fraxel, you will see improved skin tone and texture, reduced wrinkles, improved appearance of acne and surgical scars, reduced age and sun spots, and much smoother skin on the face, neck, chest, hands, arms, and legs. Before treatment, we will apply topical anesthesia to minimize discomfort. In addition, cold air is used on the treatment area during the procedure. Most patients report that the sensation after the treatment feels similar to having slight sunburn.

Eileen’s Experience Counts: butterfly

Eileen was one of the first trained providers in the area to offer Fraxel Restore in 2005, with advanced training in 2007. Fraxel Restore treatments combined with the proper skin care regimen give patients softer, clearer, and tighter skin to reduce wrinkles, reduce sun and age spots, and reduce the appearance of surgical or acne scars. Results will continue 6 months after a treatment as collagen forms.

The technology of the Fraxel Restore has a long history and Eileen believes that Fraxel treatments are an investment to help her patients achieve youthful skin. The Fraxel Dual and Fraxel restore laser uses fractional roller technology for non-ablative skin resurfacing and rejuvenation. Eileen’s patients will also be able to track the progress of their skin’s improvement with the use of the VISIA® Complexion analysis system.
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