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SUN DAMAGED SKIN
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Australia's Cosmetic Surgery Leaders
SUN DAMAGED SKIN
LASER SKIN TREATMENT

SUN DAMAGED SKIN

Laser Skin Treatment

FAST FACTS:

Fraxel Restore Dual Laser & Fraxel CO2 Laser treatments are the advanced gold standard treatments used to effectively & safely treat unsightly sun damaged & aging skin – Fraxel Laser stimulates the repair & rejuvenation of your own skin naturally.

The medical team at MD Cosmedical Solutions Cosmetic Surgery Clinics – Australia’s Fraxel Laser Experts & Leaders – having successfully performed over 30,000 Fraxel Restore & Fraxel CO2 Laser treatments since 2006.

MD Cosmedical Solutions Cosmetic Surgery Clinics utilise the revolutionary new & patented Fraxel Restore & Fraxel CO2 Lasers to treat sun damaged skin, pigment & melasma – the most advanced & effective skin repair & rejuvenation technology that is patented & has TGA, FDA, & CE Certification & Approval.

“Non Surgical Laser Skin Repair Lunch-Time” 30-60 minute treatments with minimal downtime | Results begin immediately & continue to improve for 6 months | Results last for 3 to 5 years in most patients.

Fraxel Laser treatments may be combined with other treatments for synergistic & best results e.g. Fraxel CO2 Laser, Thermage Skin Tightening, Blepharoplasty, Aptos Thread Lifts, Fat Transfer, Wrinkle Injections & Dermal Fillers.

Fraxel Restore & Fraxel CO2 Laser treatment pricing is determined by areas treated, and the number of areas to be treated | Competitive prices & Zip Pay available.

Skin & Aesthetic Treatment Consultations are performed by Dr Buddy Beaini & MD Cosmedical Solutions Medical Consultants.

Award Winning Platinum Fraxel Laser & Thermage FLX Cosmetic Surgery Clinics in operation since 2001- First Class Medical & Aesthetic Service.

Conveniently Located in Sydney CBD (Sheraton Hotel), Wahroonga (OFF M2), Canberra (Barton) & Melbourne CBD – Undercover Parking, Close to Stations & Bus Stops.

Sun damage affects most people to some extent, with severity increasing with sun exposure and age. The severity of sun damage also correlates with skin colour and genetic factors.

ABOUT SUN DAMAGED SKIN

To much sun exposure can significantly damage human skin. The sun’s heat dries out areas of unprotected skin and depletes the skin’s supply of natural lubricating oils. In addition, the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation can cause burning and long-term changes in the skin’s structure.

The most common types of sun damage to the skin are:

  • Dry skin– Sun-exposed skin can gradually lose moisture and essential oils, making it appear dry, flaky and prematurely wrinkled, even in younger people.
  • Sunburn– Sunburn is the common name for the skin injury that appears immediately after the skin is exposed to UV radiation. Mild sunburn causes only painful reddening of the skin, but more severe cases can produce tiny fluid-filled bumps (vesicles) or larger blisters.
  • Actinic keratosis-This is a tiny bump that feels like sandpaper or a small, scaly patch of sun-damaged skin that has a pink, red, yellow or brownish tint. Unlike suntan markings or sunburns, an actinic keratosis does not usually go away unless it is frozen, chemically treated or removed by a doctor. An actinic keratosis develops in areas of skin that have undergone repeated or long-term exposure to the sun’s UV light, and it is a warning sign of increased risk of skin cancer. About 10% to 15% of actinic keratoses eventually change into squamous cell cancers of the skin.
  • Long-term changes in the skin’s collagen (a structural protein)– These changes include photoaging (premature aging of the skin because of sun exposure) and actinic purpura (bleeding from fragile blood vessels beneath the skin surface). In photoaging, the skin develops wrinkles and fine lines because of changes in the collagen of a deep layer of the skin called the dermis. In actinic purpura, UV radiation damages the structural collagen that supports the walls of the skin’s tiny blood vessels. Particularly in older people, this collagen damage makes blood vessels more fragile and more likely to rupture following a slight impact.

Over a lifetime, repeated episodes of sunburn and unprotected sun exposure can increase a person’s risk of malignant melanoma and other forms of skin cancer. As a rule, if you have fair skin and light eyes, you are at greater risk of sun-related skin damage and skin cancers. This is because your skin contains less of a dark pigment called melanin, which helps to protect the skin from the effects of UV radiation.

SUN DAMAGED SKIN SYMPTOMS

Sun-damaged skin shows the following symptoms:

  • Dry skin– The skin appears dry, flaky and slightly more wrinkled than skin on other parts of your body that have not been exposed to the sun. Dry skin is also one of the most common causes of itching.
  • Sunburn– Mild sunburn causes pain and redness on sun-exposed skin. In most cases, there are clear boundary lines where the skin has been protected from the sun by shirt sleeves, shorts, a bathing suit or other clothing. More severe cases of sunburn produce painful blisters, sometimes together with nausea and dizziness.
  • Actinic keratosis – An actinic keratosis appears as a small bump that feels like sandpaper or a persistent patch of scaly (peeling) skin that may have a jagged or even sharp surface and that has a pink, yellow, red or brownish tint. At first, an actinic keratosis may be the size of a pimple. Rarely, an actinic keratosis may itch or be slightly tender.
  • Long-term changes in the skin’s collagen– Symptoms of collagen changes include fine lines, deeper wrinkles, a thickened skin texture and easy bruising on sun-exposed areas, especially the back of the hands and forearms.

SUN DAMAGED SKIN PROTECTION

You can help to prevent sun-damaged skin by taking the following steps:

  • Apply a sunscreen before you go outdoors. Choose a water-resistant sunscreen that has a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or above.
  • Use a sunblock on your lips. Choose a product that has been specially formulated for the lips, with a sun protection factor of 20 or more.
  • Limit your time outdoors when the sun is at its peak
  • Wear sunglasses with UV light protection.
  • Wear long pants, a shirt with long sleeves and a hat with a wide brim.

TREATMENT OF SUN DAMAGED SKIN

The type of treatment depends on the form of sun damage:

  • Dry skin – use a moisturiser as often as possible
  • Sunburn– for painful sunburn, apply cool compresses (such as a cool, wet cloth) to your injured skin, or mist the area with sprays of cool water.
  • Actinic keratosis– the type of treatment that will work best for you depends on many factors, including the number, size and location of your actinic keratosis – some options include Fraxel Laser resurfacing & cryotherapy.
  • Photoaging and other collagen changes– Although it is not possible to reverse all of the effects of long-term sun damage, your doctor at MD Cosmedical Solutions may be able to greatly improve the appearance of your skin with Fraxel Restore & Fraxel Repair Laser skin resurfacing. This allows new regenerated skin to grow in place of the old, sun-damaged skin.

The Fraxel laser treatments offer the gold standard state-of-the-art treatment for sun damaged & ageing skin. MD Cosmedical Solutions specialise in treating sun damaged skin, pigmentation and melasma – delivering excellent results with over 95% of patients treated.

Sun-damaged skin shows the following symptoms:

  • Dry skin– The skin appears dry, flaky and slightly more wrinkled than skin on other parts of your body that have not been exposed to the sun. Dry skin is also one of the most common causes of itching.
  • Sunburn– Mild sunburn causes pain and redness on sun-exposed skin. In most cases, there are clear boundary lines where the skin has been protected from the sun by shirt sleeves, shorts, a bathing suit or other clothing. More severe cases of sunburn produce painful blisters, sometimes together with nausea and dizziness.
  • Actinic keratosis– An actinic keratosis appears as a small bump that feels like sandpaper or a persistent patch of scaly (peeling) skin that may have a jagged or even sharp surface and that has a pink, yellow, red or brownish tint. At first, an actinic keratosis may be the size of a pimple. Rarely, an actinic keratosis may itch or be slightly tender.

Long-term changes in the skin’s collagen – Symptoms of collagen changes include fine lines, deeper wrinkles, a thickened skin texture and easy bruising on sun-exposed areas, especially the back of the hands and forearms.

You can help to prevent sun-damaged skin by taking the following steps:

  • Apply a sunscreen before you go outdoors. Choose a water-resistant sunscreen that has a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or above.
  • Use a sunblock on your lips. Choose a product that has been specially formulated for the lips, with a sun protection factor of 20 or more.
  • Limit your time outdoors when the sun is at its peak
  • Wear sunglasses with UV light protection.

Wear long pants, a shirt with long sleeves and a hat with a wide brim.

The type of treatment depends on the form of sun damage:

  • Dry skin – use a moisturiser as often as possible
  • Sunburn– for painful sunburn, apply cool compresses (such as a cool, wet cloth) to your injured skin, or mist the area with sprays of cool water.
  • Actinic keratosis– the type of treatment that will work best for you depends on many factors, including the number, size and location of your actinic keratosis – some options include Fraxel Laser resurfacing & cryotherapy.

Photoaging and other collagen changes – Although it is not possible to reverse all of the effects of long-term sun damage, your doctor at MD Cosmedical Solutions may be able to greatly improve the appearance of your skin with Fraxel Restore & Fraxel Repair Laser skin resurfacing. This allows new revitalised skin to grow in place of the old, sun-damaged skin.

Treatments for Sun Damaged skin include:

Fraxel Restore Dual Laser – Non-ablative Laser Skin Resurfacing using fractional laser technology.

Fraxel Repair CO2 Laser – Ablative Laser Skin Resurfacing using fractional CO2 laser technology.

Whether you have mild to moderate skin damage, the most severe skin damage, or you just want prevention and maintenance, Fraxel Restore Laser treatment is what you have been waiting for.

Fraxel Restore Laser technology treats the following conditions:

  • Ageing Skin
  • Sun Damaged Skin
  • Pigmentation, Melasma, Age Spots & Freckles
  • Actinic Keratosis (precancerous lesions)
  • Age Spots
  • Wrinkles & Fine Lines
  • Skin Pores
  • Acne & Acne Scars
  • Surgical, Trauma & Self Harm Scars
  • Burn Scars

Stretch Marks (i.e. pregnancy & weight loss stretch marks)

Clinical studies suggest that on average, an effective treatment regimen is normally 5 laser treatment sessions spaced approximately 4 weeks apart. Depending on your condition and schedule, you and the doctor may choose to space treatment sessions further apart. Results are immediate and progressive, with optimal improvement usually visible in 2 to 3 months. This time frame and treatment structure allow for complete healing and the production of new collagen and elastin to replace damaged tissue.

The aftercare for laser treatments is simple but important:

  • Simple analgesia (e.g. Paracetamol or Nurofen) for the first

24 hours if required

  • Ice application to the treated area for the 1st 24 to 48 hours
  • Avoid excessive heat & harsh skin products for the 1st week
  • The skin should be moisturised four times daily and the skin cleansed twice daily

Make-up and sunscreen may be applied at any time immediately following treatment

Avoid direct sun exposure during the healing process and for at least 3 weeks after treatment. Wearing sunscreen of SPF 30 or 50 twice daily is important. Wearing sunglasses and wide brimmed hats is highly recommended when out in the sun.   Naturally it is important to minimize sun damage in the future to prevent a recurrence of the same condition.

Sun damage affects most people to some extent, with severity increasing with sun exposure and age. The severity of sun damage also correlates with skin colour and genetic factors.

ABOUT SUN DAMAGED SKIN

To much sun exposure can significantly damage human skin. The sun’s heat dries out areas of unprotected skin and depletes the skin’s supply of natural lubricating oils. In addition, the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation can cause burning and long-term changes in the skin’s structure.

The most common types of sun damage to the skin are:

  • Dry skin– Sun-exposed skin can gradually lose moisture and essential oils, making it appear dry, flaky and prematurely wrinkled, even in younger people.
  • Sunburn– Sunburn is the common name for the skin injury that appears immediately after the skin is exposed to UV radiation. Mild sunburn causes only painful reddening of the skin, but more severe cases can produce tiny fluid-filled bumps (vesicles) or larger blisters.
  • Actinic keratosis-This is a tiny bump that feels like sandpaper or a small, scaly patch of sun-damaged skin that has a pink, red, yellow or brownish tint. Unlike suntan markings or sunburns, an actinic keratosis does not usually go away unless it is frozen, chemically treated or removed by a doctor. An actinic keratosis develops in areas of skin that have undergone repeated or long-term exposure to the sun’s UV light, and it is a warning sign of increased risk of skin cancer. About 10% to 15% of actinic keratoses eventually change into squamous cell cancers of the skin.
  • Long-term changes in the skin’s collagen (a structural protein)– These changes include photoaging (premature aging of the skin because of sun exposure) and actinic purpura (bleeding from fragile blood vessels beneath the skin surface). In photoaging, the skin develops wrinkles and fine lines because of changes in the collagen of a deep layer of the skin called the dermis. In actinic purpura, UV radiation damages the structural collagen that supports the walls of the skin’s tiny blood vessels. Particularly in older people, this collagen damage makes blood vessels more fragile and more likely to rupture following a slight impact.

Over a lifetime, repeated episodes of sunburn and unprotected sun exposure can increase a person’s risk of malignant melanoma and other forms of skin cancer. As a rule, if you have fair skin and light eyes, you are at greater risk of sun-related skin damage and skin cancers. This is because your skin contains less of a dark pigment called melanin, which helps to protect the skin from the effects of UV radiation.

SUN DAMAGED SKIN SYMPTOMS

Sun-damaged skin shows the following symptoms:

  • Dry skin– The skin appears dry, flaky and slightly more wrinkled than skin on other parts of your body that have not been exposed to the sun. Dry skin is also one of the most common causes of itching.
  • Sunburn– Mild sunburn causes pain and redness on sun-exposed skin. In most cases, there are clear boundary lines where the skin has been protected from the sun by shirt sleeves, shorts, a bathing suit or other clothing. More severe cases of sunburn produce painful blisters, sometimes together with nausea and dizziness.
  • Actinic keratosis – An actinic keratosis appears as a small bump that feels like sandpaper or a persistent patch of scaly (peeling) skin that may have a jagged or even sharp surface and that has a pink, yellow, red or brownish tint. At first, an actinic keratosis may be the size of a pimple. Rarely, an actinic keratosis may itch or be slightly tender.
  • Long-term changes in the skin’s collagen– Symptoms of collagen changes include fine lines, deeper wrinkles, a thickened skin texture and easy bruising on sun-exposed areas, especially the back of the hands and forearms.

SUN DAMAGED SKIN PROTECTION

You can help to prevent sun-damaged skin by taking the following steps:

  • Apply a sunscreen before you go outdoors. Choose a water-resistant sunscreen that has a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or above.
  • Use a sunblock on your lips. Choose a product that has been specially formulated for the lips, with a sun protection factor of 20 or more.
  • Limit your time outdoors when the sun is at its peak
  • Wear sunglasses with UV light protection.
  • Wear long pants, a shirt with long sleeves and a hat with a wide brim.

TREATMENT OF SUN DAMAGED SKIN

The type of treatment depends on the form of sun damage:

  • Dry skin – use a moisturiser as often as possible
  • Sunburn– for painful sunburn, apply cool compresses (such as a cool, wet cloth) to your injured skin, or mist the area with sprays of cool water.
  • Actinic keratosis– the type of treatment that will work best for you depends on many factors, including the number, size and location of your actinic keratosis – some options include Fraxel Laser resurfacing & cryotherapy.
  • Photoaging and other collagen changes– Although it is not possible to reverse all of the effects of long-term sun damage, your doctor at MD Cosmedical Solutions may be able to greatly improve the appearance of your skin with Fraxel Restore & Fraxel Repair Laser skin resurfacing. This allows new regenerated skin to grow in place of the old, sun-damaged skin.

The Fraxel laser treatments offer the gold standard state-of-the-art treatment for sun damaged & ageing skin. MD Cosmedical Solutions specialise in treating sun damaged skin, pigmentation and melasma – delivering excellent results with over 95% of patients treated.

Sun-damaged skin shows the following symptoms:

  • Dry skin– The skin appears dry, flaky and slightly more wrinkled than skin on other parts of your body that have not been exposed to the sun. Dry skin is also one of the most common causes of itching.
  • Sunburn– Mild sunburn causes pain and redness on sun-exposed skin. In most cases, there are clear boundary lines where the skin has been protected from the sun by shirt sleeves, shorts, a bathing suit or other clothing. More severe cases of sunburn produce painful blisters, sometimes together with nausea and dizziness.
  • Actinic keratosis– An actinic keratosis appears as a small bump that feels like sandpaper or a persistent patch of scaly (peeling) skin that may have a jagged or even sharp surface and that has a pink, yellow, red or brownish tint. At first, an actinic keratosis may be the size of a pimple. Rarely, an actinic keratosis may itch or be slightly tender.

Long-term changes in the skin’s collagen – Symptoms of collagen changes include fine lines, deeper wrinkles, a thickened skin texture and easy bruising on sun-exposed areas, especially the back of the hands and forearms.

You can help to prevent sun-damaged skin by taking the following steps:

  • Apply a sunscreen before you go outdoors. Choose a water-resistant sunscreen that has a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or above.
  • Use a sunblock on your lips. Choose a product that has been specially formulated for the lips, with a sun protection factor of 20 or more.
  • Limit your time outdoors when the sun is at its peak
  • Wear sunglasses with UV light protection.

Wear long pants, a shirt with long sleeves and a hat with a wide brim.

The type of treatment depends on the form of sun damage:

  • Dry skin – use a moisturiser as often as possible
  • Sunburn– for painful sunburn, apply cool compresses (such as a cool, wet cloth) to your injured skin, or mist the area with sprays of cool water.
  • Actinic keratosis– the type of treatment that will work best for you depends on many factors, including the number, size and location of your actinic keratosis – some options include Fraxel Laser resurfacing & cryotherapy.

Photoaging and other collagen changes – Although it is not possible to reverse all of the effects of long-term sun damage, your doctor at MD Cosmedical Solutions may be able to greatly improve the appearance of your skin with Fraxel Restore & Fraxel Repair Laser skin resurfacing. This allows new revitalised skin to grow in place of the old, sun-damaged skin.

Treatments for Sun Damaged skin include:

Fraxel Restore Dual Laser – Non-ablative Laser Skin Resurfacing using fractional laser technology.

Fraxel Repair CO2 Laser – Ablative Laser Skin Resurfacing using fractional CO2 laser technology.

Whether you have mild to moderate skin damage, the most severe skin damage, or you just want prevention and maintenance, Fraxel Restore Laser treatment is what you have been waiting for.

Fraxel Restore Laser technology treats the following conditions:

  • Ageing Skin
  • Sun Damaged Skin
  • Pigmentation, Melasma, Age Spots & Freckles
  • Actinic Keratosis (precancerous lesions)
  • Age Spots
  • Wrinkles & Fine Lines
  • Skin Pores
  • Acne & Acne Scars
  • Surgical, Trauma & Self Harm Scars
  • Burn Scars

Stretch Marks (i.e. pregnancy & weight loss stretch marks)

Clinical studies suggest that on average, an effective treatment regimen is normally 5 laser treatment sessions spaced approximately 4 weeks apart. Depending on your condition and schedule, you and the doctor may choose to space treatment sessions further apart. Results are immediate and progressive, with optimal improvement usually visible in 2 to 3 months. This time frame and treatment structure allow for complete healing and the production of new collagen and elastin to replace damaged tissue.

The aftercare for laser treatments is simple but important:

  • Simple analgesia (e.g. Paracetamol or Nurofen) for the first

24 hours if required

  • Ice application to the treated area for the 1st 24 to 48 hours
  • Avoid excessive heat & harsh skin products for the 1st week
  • The skin should be moisturised four times daily and the skin cleansed twice daily

Make-up and sunscreen may be applied at any time immediately following treatment

Avoid direct sun exposure during the healing process and for at least 3 weeks after treatment. Wearing sunscreen of SPF 30 or 50 twice daily is important. Wearing sunglasses and wide brimmed hats is highly recommended when out in the sun.   Naturally it is important to minimize sun damage in the future to prevent a recurrence of the same condition.

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Non-Surgical Facelift

Face Volume Replacement

Non-Surgical Ear Pinning

Eyelid Surgery

Periorbital Treatments

Non-Surgical Nose Lift

Chin Fat Dissolving

Treatment Expertise:

  • Aptos Thread Lifts Face, Neck, Brow, Nose, Body, Vagina
  • Blepharoplasty Eyelid Hooding Surgery
  • Liposuction
  • Renuvion J-Plasma Skin Tightening
  • Fat Transfer Face
  • Fat Transfer Body (e.g. Brazilian Butt Lift)
  • Fat Transfer Arthritic Joints & Soft Tissue Repair
  • Tummy Tucks
  • Keloid Scar Treatment
  • Ear Lobe Repair
  • Varicose Veins Sclerotherapy
  • Baggy Eyes Surgery
  • Tear Trough Fillers

Hayley made the transition into cosmetic injectables to pursue her passion for helping people achieve greater self-confidence through non-surgical treatments that enable them to attain a more youthful, rejuvenated version of themselves.

Hayley’s expertise is in cosmetic injectables, however she is also experienced in other dermal therapies such as skin needling, rejuvenating laser therapies, skin peels and platelet rich plasma for facial rejuvenation and acne scarring. Hayley is also here to provide post-operative support to patients who have received cosmetic surgical treatment in our Canberra clinic.

Elena joined MD Cosmedical Solutions in 2018 where she became our leading nurse in our Sydney CBD Clinic. On a daily basis Elena performs, Cosmetic Injectables, Fraxel, Thermage, Nightlase & various other laser treatments. Prior to joining the team at MD Cosmedical Solutions, Elena worked at Fairfield Hospital, Results Laser Clinic & Australian Laser Clinics where she gained a lot of knowledge and professional skills that have allowed her to excel through her career. Elena has a passion for the cosmetic Industry where she cares for every single one of her clients to deliver them with a service that goes above their expectations. 

Patricia started her nursing career at Gosford Hospital at The Central  Coast in Sydney then worked at Hornsby Hospital on a Medical / Cardiology ward and moved to Intensive Care Unit. Also, worked in Aged Care facilities Second in Charge.

Patricia’s passion for helping patients look and feel better about themselves has led her to the journey of the Cosmedical Journey and has worked in Melbourne at the Anti-aging Cosmedical group from 2010 till 2014. Thereafter Patricia joined the MD Cosmedical solution team in 2014.

As an enthusiastic and passionate Registered Nurse with extensive experience in cosmetic medicine, Patricia is committed to the provision of high quality, evidence-based and safe cosmetic medicine services. Committed to a safe practice, Patricia ensures that patients are sufficiently educated in all aspects of their treatment to feel confident about undertaking any procedure. Her well-developed clinical reasoning and patient assessment skills, as well as her ability to build rapport with clients, enable Patricia to make a strong contribution to positive patient outcomes. 

Patricia is highly competent in the provision of anti-ageing treatments such as anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers and specialized laser treatments, and has demonstrated track record of achieving excellent results for clients.

She began her career in 1976 and has worked in many hospitals in Sydney including the Sydney Adventist Hospital for over 20 years. Marta has worked overseas in the Netherlands for 2 years attaining her A- RN Diploma.

Marta is highly competent in the provision of anti-ageing treatments such as anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers and specialised laser treatments, and has demonstrated track record of achieving excellent results for clients.

Marta has kept up to date with attending conventions, workshops and seminars in Aesthetics. She has multiple training certificates and has an aesthetic eye for detail.

Her expertise, passion and commitment to her clients is well recognized, with an abundance of excellent testimonials from her long term clients.

University Studies:

  • Attended The University of New South Wales and graduated with Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery Degrees
  • Hospital training at St Vincents Hospital, Royal Womens Hospital, Lidcombe Hospital, Prince Henry Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital, Wollongong Hospital

Hospital Appointments:

  • Internship at Wollongong Hospital 1988 – 1989
  • Resident Medical Officer Westmead Hospital 1989 -1991
  • Surgical Registrar Westmead Hospital 1991-1992

Treatment Expertise:
-Aptos Thread Lifts Face, Neck, Brow, Nose, Body
-Bat Ear Pinning – Non-Surgical Otoplasty
-Blepharoplasty Eyelid Hooding Surgery
-Laser Liposuction
-J-Plasma Skin Tightening
-Fat Transfer Face
-MACS Face Lift
-Fat Transfer Arthritic Joints & Soft Tissue Repair
- Joints
-Fraxel CO2 Laser


-Fraxel Restore Laser
-Thermage FLX Skin Tightening
-Laser Face & Leg Vein Treatments
-Keloid Scar Treatment
-Acne & Acne Scar Treatment
-Rosacea Treatment
-Calcaneal Spur Injections
-Baggy Eyes Fat Removal Injections
-Migraine & Hyperhidrosis Injections
-Dermal Fillers & Wrinkle Injections