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A Less Invasive Facelift Alternative: TotalFX

2010-09-16 14:01:00

Reduce signs of aging, promote collagen growth and improve skin elasticity with the laser fractional resurfacing procedure, TotalFX.

Millions of Americans seek relief from the signs of an aging complexion, which includes fine lines, wrinkles, enlarged pores, age spots, sun spots and uneven skin tone and texture. Laser Clinique, San Diego's premier medical spa, is proud to offer TotalFX fractional laser resurfacing technique. This procedure is the latest treatment for painlessly and efficiently eliminating the signs of aging.

Laser Age Spot Removal TotalFX Fractional Resurfacing
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For today's more active population, the prolonged healing time involved with conventional laser or face-lift surgery is not appropriate. Dr. P. Alexander Ataii, Medical Director of Laser Clinique, offers TotalFX for patients seeking a less-invasive, highly-effective skin rejuvenation procedure because it treats fine lines, pigmentation, enlarged pores, age spots and uneven skin tones in a single treatment. Patients typically only experience five to seven days of downtime. TotalFX also helps scarring, such as deep pitted acne scars, due to the increase of collagen stimulation with this treatment.

The treatment does more than soften the appearance of imperfections; it can actually eliminate evidence of sun damage and aging, providing a comprehensive and long-lasting solution. In fact, improvement continues long after treatment. In the months following treatment, new collagen is generated deep in the skin, plumping it, improving its elasticity and continuing the improvement of the texture of the skin.

During the procedure, a high-energy beam of laser light is used to smooth out lines, wrinkles and scars, and remove dark sun spots and other irregularities, layer by layer. The Encore Ultrapulse CO2 laser that performs the procedure is a proven gold standard laser in skin rejuvenation that tightens skin and leads to collagen and elastin production.

Source: PRNewswire

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