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As you age, sun exposure can take a toll on the tone and texture of your skin. This can result in the appearance of wrinkles and sunspots. Premature aging can significantly impact your self-confidence. SmartSkin CO2 laser skin resurfacing can revitalize and restore your skin for a more youthful appearance.

How Does CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing Work?

SmartSkin CO2 laser skin resurfacing works by delivering short energy laser beam bursts to the targeted area. Skin is removed layer by layer to stimulate collagen production for new skin growth. Only one treatment is usually required to achieve the desired results. Your treatment plan can be discussed, as well as additional sessions, during your consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon.

This minimally invasive treatment can take less than 30 minutes. After the procedure, you may feel a sunburn sensation and slight swelling. Normal activities may be fully resumed a few days to a week after the procedure. Results can be noticeable a few days after treatment and continue to improve over time.

Benefits of SmartSkin CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing

SmartSkin CO2 laser skin resurfacing helps to diminish fine lines and wrinkles while improving skin tone. The procedure can help resolve minor skin imperfections like acne scars, age spots, bumps and enlarged pores. The treatment can be used on the face, neck or hands to rejuvenate a more youthful appearance.

Reduce the Signs of Aging With SmartSkin

If you have recently noticed the signs of premature aging on your skin, you can be proactive and restore a more youthful appearance. SmartSkin can help reduce the signs of aging to help you look your best. Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Maia can recommend the best, customized treatment plan to help you look and feel younger. To learn more about how SmartSkin CO2 laser skin resurfacing can help you, schedule an appointment for a consultation today.

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