Are You Ready for Flawless Skin?

Published on: November 30, 2017

Healthy, smooth skin is a wonderful asset to have. However, sun damage and age can change the tone and texture of your skin, creating flaws that make you look older. The good news is that many of these flaws can be reversed with professional skin treatments. You can have flawless skin again with a visit to your local facial plastic surgeon.

Skin Treatments for Flawless Skin

There are a few different treatment options to remove sun spots, fade acne scars and improve the overall texture of your skin. Depending on the flaws you want to remove, your facial plastic surgeon may suggest one or more of the following treatments:

  • Chemical peels. For rejuvenating the skin, chemical peels are often the go-to option. This treatment removes dead or damage skin cells to reveal fresh, revitalized skin. Chemical peels can help reverse sun damage like pigmentation and fine lines.
  • PRP treatments. Platelet rich plasma or PRP can be used on the skin to heal and improve the skin. Removed from your own blood, PRP helps stimulate collagen production and restore skin to a more youthful appearance by tightening and toning.
  • Laser treatments. Laser skin therapy can help minimize fine lines and wrinkles, remove age spots or fade scars, improving the overall beauty of your skin.
  • Injectables. For lines and wrinkles, dermal fillers or Botox can be used to smooth skin. Dermal fillers add lost volume and Botox can stop muscle contractions that cause certain lines.

If you desire flawless skin, schedule a consultation with your local facial plastic surgeon that offers skin treatments. There are many options to improve the beauty of your skin and restore it to a more youthful, softer appearance.

Posted on behalf of
Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery LLC
5670 Peachtree Dunwoody Road Northeast #910
Atlanta, GA 30342
(404) 936-6665

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