What can patients achieve with Fraxel in New York City?
Many patients who look older than they feel are constantly trying to find the "fountain of youth." Many patients believe that surgical treatments such as facelifts are the only way to achieve tighter, firmer skin with fewer fine lines and wrinkles. However, there are other ways to obtain similar results without the need for invasive surgery. Patients in New York City are excited to learn about alternative solutions which include Fraxel laser therapy.
Fraxel is a specific brand of laser treatment that provides aesthetic improvements to the skin of the face and neck. The Fraxel Dual laser has two lasers in one. Both the 1550nm. wavelength Fraxel Restore designed to improve the dermal collagen and improve texture, in addition to the Thulium 1927nm. wavelength for improvement in dark spots from sundamage, and even melasma in some patients. This cosmetic procedure is done to freshen one's appearance. It can bring forth fresher, more youthful looking skin, brighten the skin tone, and help reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Patients can turn back the hands of time with one or more Fraxel treatments at Dr Ron Shelton's practice in NYC.
Fraxel has a number of benefits. It is a non-invasive treatment that is done in just one appointment in as little as one hour. Patients find this treatment to be cost effective and it provides results that can make them feel years younger. There is very little downtime, and most patients only take a few days off work after treatment. It is fast, easy, and affordable, making it a wonderful solution for adults who want to get a jump-start on slowing the signs of aging.
Dr. Shelton is a Board certified dermatologist who is experienced in providing laser such as Fraxel as well as radiofrequency, ultrasound and plasma therapies. This treatment is for patients seeking a way to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and tighten and tone the skin. It is a great method for achieving that rested, brightened look without having to go under the knife and deal with the risks associated with surgery.
Page updated: Nov 2021