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From the moment you are born, your body is always in a state of constant transformation. As you grow older, you’ll notice that your the skin in your 40s does not regenerate the way it once did in your 20s. Over the years, you will notice changes in your skin, like the formation of wrinkles or a loss in skin smoothness and plumpness.
Dr. Dermatology and staff specializes in managing these and other aging concerns. Cutting edge skin rejuvenation treatments like lasers, peels and fillers can help you turn back the hands of time. Most aging concerns can be addressed with the a course of treatment that an experienced skin rejuvenation specialist recommends.
Commonly referred to as liver spots, age spots are one of the most common signs of aging skin. Age spots usually appear on the skin as dark spots, and are the result of long-term exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light, either from the sun or from the use of commercial tanning beds and tanning lamps. This can cause higher concentrations of melanin to appear in clumps. Several genetic factors may also play a role in age spot development.
Treatments: Chemical peels, dermabrasion, photofacials, laser rejuvenation.
As you get older, your skin loses some of its natural elasticity. A combination of reduced natural oils, exposure to the sun and the natural reduction of fat within the deep layers of the skin can cause pronounced lines and creases to appear, as well as the skin to become loose and saggy. Fine lines and wrinkles have always been a major aging concern for many people, especially those looking to retain a youthful appearance throughout their lives.
Treatments: Botox, injectable fillers, lasers, chemical peels, and dermabrasions.
Melasma is another common aging concern. Often appearing as brown or grayish-brown patches on the face and other places on the body, melasma begins to appear over time on parts of the body that have been exposed to the sun. Hormones also seem to play a role in triggering the condition. Women, especially those who are pregnant, are far more likely than men to suffer from melasma, according industry research.
Treatments: Chemical peels, IPL and Fraxel.
Cellulite is a condition where underlying fat deposits create a lumpy or dimpled appearance in the skin. After age 30, women become more susceptible to cellulite. A variety of factors, including diet, genetics and hormones, all play a role in cellulite development.
Treatments: Velashape, SmoothShapes and Radiofrequency technology.
Dr. Dermatology and the professional staff at iMatrix Dermatology Division have helped countless patients rejuvenate their skin with a broad range of safe and proven skin treatments. Give us a call at 800.462.8749 or contact us online to schedule an appointment today.
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