Walnut Creek area patients ask about CO2 laser treatment for sagging skin
Dr. Christine Lee of The Skin and Laser Treatment Institute has one of
the most advanced dermatological practices in the Walnut Creek area.
When patients come to her to learn about ways of turning back the hands
of time by addressing concerns such as sagging skin and fine lines and
wrinkles, she has a myriad of solutions available. Whether patients want
to consider solutions such as injectables (neuromodulators and dermal
fillers) or aggressive treatments such as CO2 fractional laser skin
resurfacing procedures, Dr. Christine Lee has options!
At The Skin and Laser Treatment Institute, we can help patients with sagging skin. Many choose to address this concern with CO2 fractional laser skin resurfacing. Not only can it help tighten and improve the firmness of the skin, it can reduce the appearance of:
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Uneven skin tone
- Sun damage
CO2 laser skin resurfacing is considered semi-ablative and
helps stimulate the skin’s own healing responses. Very small wounds are
created on the skin to allow it to repair itself with the natural
formation of collagen. Over time, as the skin rejuvenates, patients will
notice significant improvements in the texture, tone, and overall
youthfulness of their skin. This treatment works deeper in the skin for
more effective wrinkle removal and is one of the most advanced laser
systems available. Patients do need to consider several days of downtime
for healing and rejuvenation before returning to their normal
activities, but this is considerably less than the recovery and risks
associated with traditional plastic surgeries.
Located in the Walnut Creek area, Dr. Christine Lee provides safe, effective treatments for both medical and cosmetic skin concerns on the face and body. Her practice is equipped with innovative technology to provide her patients only the best dermatology has to offer. Contact The Skin and Laser Treatment Institute today to book your initial consultation appointment and learn more about fractional CO2 laser skin resurfacing treatments and other state-of-the-art rejuvenation methods available.