Plastic Surgery Channel expert Dr. Mark Elliot from Meridian, Mississippi talks about the emerging technologies in the field of skin resurfacing.
Laser Skin Resurfacing
Lasers are effective in treating wrinkles, blotchiness, age spots and scars from acne or other causes.PSC 101
Mark Elliot, MD on Skin Resurfacing
When it comes to skin rejuvenation and resurfacing, chemical peels have been the gold standard in cosmetic surgery practice. With the new wave of energy devices, many patients are curious of lasers, and if they offer results similar, or even …Read full article
Non-invasive procedures continue to gain popularity thanks to new technology that keeps patients looking young, while avoiding major surgical procedures. Dr. Christine A. Hamori of Boston, Massachusetts discusses Pellevé, a new radio frequency device that tightens skin in an easy, relatively …Read full article
Women in their late 30’s and on into their 50’s aren’t normally ready for a face lift, but that’s not to say they aren’t seeing signs of facial aging! The Plastic Surgery Channel recently caught up with Dr. Bruce Van …Read full article
Most of us try to look our best as we age. Now it’s become easier than ever to turn back the clock with new advances in medical technology. Age defying procedures that once required surgery can now be accomplished with …Read full article
If you thought the bad skin days of your teenage years were behind you, you may be surprised to learn adult acne is very common. Some people never outgrow their skin problems while others have a resurgence of acne later …Read full article
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