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Revolutionary New Laser Treatment for Brown Spots, Age Spots & Wrinkles at Miami Beach Dermatologist
Dr. Daniel Rivlin and Brian Katz M.D. Dermatologists in Miami and South Beach announce the addition of a revolutionary fractional CO2 laser from Ellipse Juvia ® that eliminates brown spots, melasma, dyschromia, age spots and facial skin wrinkles.
By: Sobeinfo Incorporated
The new laser also works on the face as well as neck, arms, and other areas to remove wrinkles and fine lines as well.
Fractionated CO2 Laser Treatments are a unique laser therapy that dramatically improves fine lines, wrinkles, brown spots, and acne scars while improving skin texture and pigmentation with speedy healing and minimal to no downtime. The laser treatments are FDA approved and can be used in all skin types. This revolutionary technology is a proven safe approach that can take years off your appearance.
Dr. Rivlin M.D. noted dermatologist to celebrities on South Beach said, "We welcome the addition of this newest cutting-edge laser treatment that greatly reduces discomfort and down-time for our patients while quickly eliminating age spots sometimes called liver spots and other skin discolorations in just a few treatments."
The new laser manufactured by Ellipse called the Juvia, utilizes a new technique called Fractional resurfacing. Fractional resurfacing is a variation of traditional resurfacing of the skin where just a small percentage of the surface area of the skin is treated. The laser makes a large number of very small, highly controlled treatment points in a precise pattern on the skin. Because only a fraction of the skin’s surface area is actually treated, post-treatment healing is faster and patients are able to resume normal activities sooner than with traditional CO2 resurfacing.
CO2 lasers have been the gold-standard for resurfacing treatments for 20 years. This is because they are able to remove the outer layers of skin while heating the underlying tissues. This stimulates the production of new collagen which improves the tone and texture of the skin over time. By removing the upper layers of skin in a small percentage of the treatment area, recovery times are reduced while maintaining the benefits of skin resurfacing.
For more information contact Miami Beach Dermatology Center for Cosmetic Enhancement http://www.miamibeachderm.com
4308 Alton Road, Suite 510 Miami Beach, FL 33140
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Daniel Rivlin, M.D. & Brian Katz, M.D., Skin and Cancer Associates, Center for Cosmetic Enhancement®