Non-surgical facial rejuvenation. Those words were hardly ever put together in the past. Facial rejuvenation for our grandmothers might have meant the occasional facial, a regimen of creams and ointments, staying out of the sun, and not frowning. Today, a wide range of dermatological procedures make it possible for almost anyone to experience facial rejuvenation without needing to go under the knife. Chemical peels, dermabrasion, laser surgery, injections, fillers, and more can all be used to smooth, tone, and rejuvenate skin. Here are three things you should know about the latest dermatology cosmetic procedures.
The latest dermatology procedures involve lasers.
Where injections and fillers were most in vogue a few years ago, today that honor belongs to laser treatments and procedures. Laser treatments can do everything from remove hair, correct pigmentation issues, diminish scarring, and improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
The most dramatic dermatology cosmetic procedures have great benefits, but also risks.
The lasers used today are safer than ever, but no medical procedure is without certain risks. For example, in sun spot removal, or laser age spot removal, there is a risk of hyper or hypo-pigmentation, and scarring. Laser treatments for rejuvenating the skin carry the risk of scarring, infection, and pigmentation issues as well. This is why it is so important to find a qualified center, that will correctly judge your candidacy for any procedure. Qualified and experienced technicians can lessen the risk of negative side effects.
If you’re not ready for dermatology cosmetic procedures, there are other options.
Naturally, some people are not keen to try the latest laser therapies. Others may feel uneasy about needles, especially when they’re pointed at their face. For anyone with some anxiety about the more advanced procedures, there are dermatology products such as skin cleansing systems, non-comedogenic makeup, and other skincare products that can promote good skin health, and protect your skin from the elements.
Cosmetic dermatology has come a long way. Which procedures are you considering?