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Skin Rejuvenation

What is Skin Rejuvenation?

Skin rejuvenation is a treatment that gives you visibly younger, healthier, and glowing skin. If you want to diminish facial wrinkles, fight against the skin-aging process, and improve the overall appearance of your skin, you can opt for skin rejuvenation treatment. Skin rejuvenation fights against the visible signs of aging through the use of invasive and non-invasive treatments.

Conditions that can be treated include wrinkles, pigmentation, visible blood vessels on the skin, scars, and loss of skin tone.

Antiaging treatments to Rejuvenate Skin

Skin rejuvenation treatments include a wide range of treatments such as laser, light and other energy-based treatments, chemical peels and other non-ablative methods. The following anti-aging treatments are available to rejuvenate your skin:

Botulinum toxin (Botox): BOTOX is a purified protein toxin produced by the clostridium botulinum bacteria. A few drops of BOTOX are injected with a tiny needle into the muscle that creates a wrinkle. When BOTOX is injected into a muscle, it blocks the nerve impulse from reaching that area, and as a result, the muscle weakens. As the muscle weakens, the skin overlying the muscle relaxes and the wrinkles in the skin gradually soften and often disappear.

Facelift: It is a surgery that treats visible signs of aging such as sagging, drooping, and wrinkles on facial skin and neck. A facelift can be performed solely or in conjunction with nose reshaping, a forehead lift or eyelid surgery.

After the skin rejuvenation procedure, you will be advised on how to take care of your treated skin. Skin rejuvenation procedures can create significant improvements in your skin and overall appearance.

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