Skin Rejuvenation

One of the most common examples of skin rejuvenation is skin resurfacing, a method that refers to any treatment or procedure that will physically remove the top layer of skin.


  • Remove outer layers of skin to smooth lines and wrinkles

  • Surgical scraping methods to soften skin surface irregularities

  • Minimally invasive sanding methods to treat light scarring and discolorations

  • Injectable compounds to improve skin contouring

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The goal of resurfacing is to remove damage cells on the skin’s surface with different techniques, including lasers, light treatments, and acids. These different methods will vary in invasiveness with some requiring significant downtime to recover.

Conditions that can be treated with skin rejuvenation and resurfacing. Every patient is unique and will exhibit different combinations of genetic and environmental signs of aging that impact their skin. There are multiple ways to treat many of these issues, and those treatment methods should be planned and discussed with your board-certified plastic surgeon based on your specific situation and desires.

Laser resurfacing, mechanical resurfacing, chemical peels and injectable products can improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles of the entire face or those that develop in specific regions of the face, such as the upper lip and around the eyes. These treatments can also be used to address pigmentation disorders, such as sun and age spots, and they can be used to improve the appearance of acne scars or other skin conditions.

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