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Am I a Candidate for Skin Resurfacing?

Laser skin resurfacing is an effective weapon in the fight against aging skin. Lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin are all side-effects of age and the environment that can be effectively tackled with skin resurfacing. However people considering the procedure are usually not sure if it’s the right option for them, so they frequently ask – Am I a candidate for skin resurfacing.

Laser skin resurfacing is a procedure that improves the appearance of the skin by treating minor blemishes and irregularities. It is a versatile treatment that can be used on the face and body to rejuvenate and revitalize the skin.

Fractional CO2 skin resurfacing
There are various technologies now available for laser skin resurfacing, including the innovative fractional CO2 laser. When it comes to non-surgical skin rejuvenation the fractional CO2 laser is considered the gold standard, because it surpasses other skin resurfacing technologies, and is safe for use on virtually all areas of the body.

Who is a good candidate for laser skin resurfacing?
Good candidates for skin resurfacing are men and women with skin issues such as fine lines, wrinkles, large pores, brown spots, and mild skin laxity. Skin resurfacing can dramatically reduce these skin concerns. Candidates for skin resurfacing should also be in good health.

If you are considering laser skin resurfacing, it’s best to consult with a board certified plastic surgeon. The surgeon will thoroughly evaluate your skin and review your medical history, to determine if you would be a suitable candidate for the procedure.

Are you ready to renew your appearance with laser skin resurfacing? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Englewood and greater Denver, CO areas, Colorado Skin & Vein is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.coloradoskinandvein.com, or by calling 303.683.3235.

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