You've probably seen a digital photograph enlarged to the point where the individual pixels become noticeable. Imagine this technology as a laser so advanced that it can treat individual pixels. Only those problematic skin cells are destroyed, so recovery time is greatly reduced. As the body naturally replaces the targeted cells with fresh, healthy ones, your beautiful new complexion emerges.
Under the care of a qualified, board certified dermatologist like Dr. M. Christine Lee, fractional laser resurfacing can be an ideal choice for treating a variety of skin conditions:
- Acne scars.
- Melasma – discoloration that often occurs during pregnancy.
- Fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.
- Freckles, sun damage, and age spots.
- Rough texture or uneven skin tone.
- Enlarged pores and some types of birthmarks.
Then call The Skin and Laser Treatment Institute and ask the same questions. You'll be hard pressed to find a dermatologist whose laser expertise matches Dr. Lee's. She is heavily involved in laser research. She has pioneered new techniques and improvements in the use of lasers in dermatology. Dr. Lee lectures and teaches other dermatologists from all over the world. Her proficiency is complimented by a state-of-the art facility and a caring staff.
It's your skin and your face. Trust your fresh new look to an expert in fractional laser resurfacing. Call The Skin and Laser Treatment Institute today.
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