Do Lasers Actually Treat and Get Rid Of Wrinkles?

If you are looking for a fast, effective skin rejuvenation treatment, laser skin resurfacing may be the right option for you. Laser therapy is now used in aesthetic medicine to improve the appearance of the skin and treat skin concerns such as age spots, scars, and other blemishes. But do lasers actually treat and get rid of wrinkles.

Why does the skin wrinkle

Wrinkles occur because of a breakdown within the internal structures of the skin. In particular, the loss of collagen and elastin due to aging and environmental influences, causes the skin to lose firmness and elasticity.

Do Lasers Actually Treat and Get Rid Of Wrinkles?

Laser skin resurfacing has proven to be an effective way to treat wrinkles, as the treatment tightens the skin, and tightening the skin helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

During laser skin resurfacing, the laser emits pulses of energy that heat the collagen in the deep dermal layer of the skin. The skin produces more collagen in response, and this makes it firmer, so wrinkles become less noticeable.

SkinTyte for wrinkle reduction

There are a variety of laser technologies available for wrinkle reduction, including the advanced SkinTyte by Sciton. SkinTyte is a skin tightening treatment that uses advanced infrared light technology to stimulate natural collagen, which makes the skin firmer and reduces wrinkles.

There is no downtime after SkinTyte, so patients can resume normal activities right away. A typical course of SkinTyte treatment may involve 3-6 sessions performed at 2-4 week intervals.

Are you interested in SkinTyte wrinkle-reduction? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Westlake Village & Camarillo, CA areas, Best Self Medical Arts is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.bestselfmedicalarts.com, or by calling (818) 318-1200.

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