3 Fun Facts About Fraxel
- Posted on: Jun 15 2018
Even though aging comes with a lot of wisdom, knowledge, and experience, it also comes with a loss of collagen in the skin. And because collagen is your skin’s underlying support structure, without it, patients start to experience more fine lines, wrinkles, and a loss of firmness in their skin overall. Luckily, at our office, Dr. Barry Goldman has a variety of cosmetic procedures— including Fraxel— to help restore the collagen and give you back a more youthful glow. Let’s take a closer look at Fraxel.
It Uses Laser
Fraxel uses laser technology to help eliminate fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, and brown spots while simultaneously tightening and rejuvenating the skin. Fraxel is unique from other laser treatments because it introduces non-ablative columns into the tissue. Because the laser beam has been fractionalized, small areas of untreated skin will be left between the treated spots which help promote long-term collagen production.
Patients Look Years Younger
Yes, it may sound too good but be true but in addition to practicing good skin care— like never leaving the house without wearing sunscreen— our patients say that they look ten years younger after about 3-4 Fraxel treatments.
Each Procedure Is Fast
Here at our office, Dr. Barry Goldman understands that your time is valuable and getting away isn’t always feasible for most of our patients— especially for long periods of time. One of the many benefits of Fraxel is that each treatment takes an average of 30 minutes or less which means that you can come in on your lunch break or while your kids are at school.
When it comes to taking years off of your skin without having to undergo a surgical procedure, Fraxel is just about the best thing out there. During your initial consultation, Dr. Barry Goldman and his staff will help determine if you are a suitable candidate for this procedure.
Do you want to learn more about Fraxel? Schedule your consultation at our New York City office today and call us at 212.962.1115.
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