Turn back the clock with Forever Young BBL™

Forever Young BBL - Charlotte, NC

Slowing down the clock Research has proven that Forever Young BBL™ treatment will rejuvenate skin, and delay the effects of premature aging. Your Ballantyne area dermatologists offer this remarkable treatment that in a way, turns back the clock, when it comes to the appearance of aging skin. What is Fotofacial treatment? Fotofacial treatments use broadband light technology to reduce or diminish wrinkles and fine lines that result from aging, active lifestyles, and sun damage. This therapy is used by your dermatologist to precisely treat fine wrinkles, age spots, small facial veins, and a number of other skin blemishes. Forever Young BBL™ is a special procedure that removes unwanted brown and red spots. It also stimulates new collagen and elastin, which will rejuvenate the damaged skin. Most patients notice a brighter face, diminished red lines, a more even skin tone, the elimination of brown spots, and reduction of sagging skin within a few weeks of treatment. Preparing for the procedure Before the procedure, a Ballantyne area board-certified dermatologist will review your medical history and conduct a complete physical exam. You and your doctor will thoroughly discuss realistic expectations from Forever Young BBL, the potential risks, and expected outcomes of the procedure….

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Fotofacial: Anew look for the new year

Fotofacial - Charlotte, NC

The benefits of Fotofacial treatment Fotofacial treatment is one of the most innovative and effective ways to rejuvenate your appearance without resorting to procedures that require downtime. Friends and family will be full of compliments when they notice your younger and vibrant look. Another term for Fotofacial treatment is Broadband light therapy. This is an advanced technology that dermatologists use to revitalize their patients’ face and skin without resorting to surgery. How it works Skin consists of three layers. As we age, the top layers lose their cohesiveness, and elasticity. In some case, even the bottom layer will begin to detach from the supporting muscles beneath the skin. The aging process occurs gradually for some, and rather quickly for others. In addition to sagging and wrinkles, aging skin also develops pigment issues. Fortunately, board certified dermatologists can offer several therapies and procedures designed to treat these skin issues. Fotofacial therapy works by heating the upper layers of the skin. When heat is absorbed by the targeted areas, your skin cells are stimulated to generate new collagen. The end results will be the restoration of your skin to its natural beauty. If you have pigmentation issues, Fotofacial treatment can blend your…

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Fotofacial rejuvenation

Fotofacial - Charlotte, NC

Brighter, rejuvenated skin Fotofacial therapy has a great number of people looking much younger than their age. There was a time when turning 50 meant that a person was physically diminished. Remarkable advances in the science of skin care means that what we used to consider to be middle aged, is actually the start of our best years. Our skin does a marvelous job of protecting us from the elements, and sometimes it ages much faster than the rest of our body. Changes in the skin are unavoidable as people grow older. This is not necessarily a sign of poor health, it may simply be related to one or more factors such as genetic disposition, diet, nutrition, sun exposure, lifestyle, and even occupation. The many skin changes that we experience The process of aging causes the outer skin layer to become thinner. In addition to becoming thinner, the skin loses much of its fullness and elasticity. Often, aging skin looks paler and somewhat translucent. Many patients begin to notice the appearance of large pigmented spots, appropriately called age spots or liver spots. Age spots often happen for individuals who have spent many years working or playing in the outdoors. Another…

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Fotofacial

Fotofacial -Charlotte, NC

Slowing down the clock Research has proven that regular maintenance treatments using Fotofacial or Forever Young BBL™ functionally rejuvenates skin and delays skin aging. Your Ballantyne area dermatologists offer treatment that could slow down clock when it comes to the appearance of aging skin. Understanding Fotofacial Fotofacial treatments use broadband light technology to treat conditions that result from aging, active lifestyles, and sun damage. This therapy allows your physician to precisely treat fine wrinkles, age spots, small facial veins, and a number of other skin blemishes. Forever Young BBL™ is a special technique used with the broad band light that removes unwanted brown and red areas, as it stimulates new collagen and elastin, to rejuvenate the damaged skin. Within weeks after treatments, you should notice a brighter face, diminished red lines and brown spots, and reduction of sagging skin. In other words, visible improvement of aging skin. Before laser/light therapy Before the procedure, a board certified dermatologist will review your medical history, and conduct a physical exam. During this time, you and your doctor will discuss expectations, potential risks, and outcomes of the procedure. Once you have decided that you will undergo Broad Band Light therapy; you will be expected…

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Fotofacial therapy for aging skin

Forever Young BBL - Charlotte, NC

Forever Young BBL™ Broadband light treatments are commonly known by the tradename, Forever Young BBL™, and are also called Fotofacial treatments. Forever Young BBL™ uses pulsing laser light to help reduce some of the signs of aging skin. Fotofacial treatments are ideally suited for those who want to remove or lessen the appearance of age spots and other blemishes that are the result of years of exposure to the sun. Your Charlotte dermatologist can use Fotofacial treatments to help improve your skin tone and to diminish the look of fine lines and wrinkles and reduce. Broadband light treatments are also effective for treating the redness from broken capillaries, and some cases of rosacea. How Forever Young BBL™ works Before your Forever Young BBL™ treatment, your Charlotte dermatologist will assess the condition of your skin. She or he will explain the amount of damage and will discuss your desired results. It works because A broad spectrum of light is transmitted through a hand piece that is gently placed on the skin. The light penetrates the tissue and is absorbed by the pigmented areas like sunspots or age spots. The age spots break down, and your body naturally removes the injured tissue….

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