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We all want to love what we see when we look in the mirror. But if you’re like most women, where do you start to learn what’s best for you? Now you can get the low down on our services from real women just like you!

We’ve invited 9 women who are ready to bare all and share their experiences at CosmetiCare with you. They’ll not only give you candid feedback about us, they’ll share their experiences with you including reviews of services, exclusive special offers, interviews with our doctors and specialists, and much more.

Follow along with the CosmetiCare Mom Ambassadors and accept their invitation to take care of you!

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Do You Need a Breast Implant Revision?

Do You Need a Breast Implant Revision?

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Get to Know Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Justin West

Get to Know Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Justin West

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What Is a Capsular Contracture, and How Can It Be Treated?

What Is a Capsular Contracture, and How Can It Be Treated?

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When to Expect Results From a Breast Procedure

When to Expect Results From a Breast Procedure

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What You Need to Know About a Breast Procedure

What You Need to Know About a Breast Procedure

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What is Laser Skin Resurfacing

What is Laser Skin Resurfacing

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Do You Need a Breast Implant Revision?

What is a Breast Implant Revision?


A breast implant revision in Orange County typically involves removing or replacing your original silicone or saline breast implants. Patients considering this procedure usually change the size or type of their existing implants and/or revise any complications from their prior breast augmentation procedure. 

With time, breast implants can change in shape, size, and feel leading to the overall look being different than the original result. The ultimate goal with a breast implant revision is to restore patients’ confidence and to ensure that you are happy with their surgical results.


Why would you need a breast implant revision?


A breast implant revision or “breast augmentation revision” is performed for multiple reasons, whether cosmetic or medically related. No matter the reason, our Board-Certified plastic surgeons at CosmetiCare in Newport Beach strive to ensure the best result possible, with patient safety being held at the utmost level of importance. 

Typical cosmetic reasons for undergoing a breast implant revision include a change of heart in breast implant size, fill, or profile style. If your health is a concern, the FDA recommends that you receive an MRI or ultrasound of your breast implants every 5-6 years for a general health check. 

An MRI can be a costly way to ensure your breast implants’ health. With this in mind, CosmetiCare is proud to offer an implant health check ultrasound using our butterfly ultrasound device for a fraction of the cost of a standard MRI. The butterfly ultrasound is a handheld device connected to an iPad. It allows our doctors to screen your breast implants for any ruptures or complications that can be corrected during a breast implant revision procedure. This ultrasound is a suggestive tool for ruptures and does not screen for cancers. You can schedule an ultrasound appointment with us as a stand alone, or as an add-on during your consultation with one of our Board-Certified plastic surgeons. 


Is there a difference between a breast implant exchange and a breast implant revision?


A breast implant exchange and a breast implant revision can be the same, depending on the extent of your procedure. Breast implant exchange is when you swap old breast implants for new ones. A breast implant revision is any type of capsule work due to capsular contracture, going from over the muscle to under the muscle, changing implant types from saline to gummy bear, or even downsizing.


If I downsize during my breast implant revision, how do I know if I will need a breast lift?


Considering each anatomy is different, you would need to be seen for an in-person consultation with one of our Board-Certified plastic surgeons to determine if you need a breast lift with your breast revision. 

However, if you are going one cup size down, you will likely be ok with just a revision. A breast lift will more than likely be recommended if you are going multiple cup sizes down, for example, from a DDD to a C. 


Why choose CosmetiCare for your breast implant revision?


One of the most important things when choosing a plastic surgeon to perform your breast implant revision procedure is to ensure they are Board-Certified. 

At CosmetiCare in Orange County, we have four Board-Certified plastic surgeons who have been extensively trained in both facial, and body procedures. Board certification means a plastic surgeon has taken additional steps outside their formal training and passed stringent oral and written exams to further their knowledge. 

Aside from this, CosmetiCare has its own on-site surgical center on the first floor of our building that is Quad A accredited, meaning it is the same standard of care you would receive in a hospital. Part of holding that accreditation is using only MD anesthesiologists and highly skilled operating room technicians during every one of our surgical cases. 

To learn more about a breast implant revision, schedule your consultation with one of our Board-Certified plastic surgeons today, so we can get you back to feeling like the best version of you. 

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Get to Know Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Justin West

We sat down with Board-Certified plastic surgeon Dr. Justin West of CosmetiCare, and asked him the top ten questions we were dying to know! 


CosmetiCare: Tell us something about yourself that many people may not know!


Dr. West: Something unique about myself that many people don’t know is that I am an inventor and love to write. In college, I created my first “idea journal.” I would actually wake up throughout the night and would find myself writing down these weird ideas of products that I had been dreaming about. One idea that I am specifically proud of is to help alleviate women from particular breast pain, such as discomfort from being on their menstrual cycle or any type of soreness. This idea came to me after reading an article on compression for breast pain. After seeing a friend of mine in a wetsuit and how tight it was to the body, I actually went out and bought sheets of neoprene and a sewing machine and started making my own version of a compression bra. I had a buddy of mine start working on a prototype, and I gave it to a patient with such bad breast pain that she wanted to undergo a double mastectomy. I was so happy to hear that this bra provided her with some relief from the constant pain she was living with. 


CosmetiCare: Wow, that is amazing! You are so tied into the whole view of a patient and making sure that all areas of their concerns are covered. So, why did you go into medicine? 


Dr. West: My father came to Orange County in 1973 and worked as a trauma surgeon. Five years into practice, he wrote a landmark paper on how 35% of trauma deaths were preventable. It generated a TON of news, and the local board was furious. When they started researching the statistic, my father actually had underestimated this rate. He really changed the game of healthcare and helped develop the OC trauma system that is now the standard care across the country. This system serves as the model that helps determine which hospital a trauma patient should be sent to, and it has helped save thousands of lives. Since my dad was such a pioneer in local and national health care, it opened my eyes to a world I wanted to be a part of. He was also a team doctor for the Los Angeles Rams and the Angels, which is something I always thought was so cool. 


CosmetiCare: Oh wow, that is incredible! What your father has done for healthcare is amazing. So, why Plastic Surgery instead of general medicine?


Dr. West: By the time I entered medical school, my dad had gone from trauma to treating cancer. My father founded the first cancer center in Orange County where you could get “same day service” if a lump was detected to be able to deliver the best possible care to patients and to be able to catch something in time to treat it. It used to take three to five months for a work-up to get these appointments, and he made it possible to get it done within days. Initially, I thought I wanted to be a general surgeon. After the first breast reconstruction procedure that I saw, I knew I wanted to be in plastics. 

When I came in to work with my father, we added plastics to provide fully comprehensive care. I never wanted to be compared to my father as a doctor since it was a pretty big shadow to fall under. I also always love the idea of being able to “put something back together” with plastics. Every case is so different and beautiful, and it truly allows me to create a piece of art daily. I love how rewarding the outcome is and how there are various procedures I can do to help restore a patient’s confidence. 


CosmetiCare: It sounds like working with your father has been really inspiring! How long is it that you have been in plastics? 


Dr. West: In 2010, I brought plastics to my dad’s comprehensive cancer unit to not only bring a new element to his practice but also provide the patients with the option of reconstruction. 


CosmetiCare: What is your favorite surgical procedure?


Dr. West: I would say primary breast augmentation. It’s a fun and straightforward procedure; they are always so transformative. I also love revision cases because you can take a patient whose case didn’t go as well as they were hoping and turn them from an unhappy result to a happy one. These cases are gratifying not just for myself but for the patient too. 


CosmetiCare: You and your wife are both Doctors. Do you ever work together and ask each other for medical advice?


Dr. West:  We sure don’t! My wife is an Ophthalmologist, and truth be told, I think eyes are actually pretty gross. She feels the same about plastic surgery, so we definitely stick to our own fields. 


CosmetiCare: When you’re at social events with your wife, do her friends ever ask you for surgery advice?


Dr. West:  They do! I love being able to provide loved ones and friends any advice they need on making them feel better about themselves. Now that our friends have all had children and are in their 40s, my wife gets all the eyesight questions, and they love to ask me about a nip tuck. 


CosmetiCare: What do your kids think about you being a doctor?


Dr. West:  My kids are a little too young to understand the world of plastic surgery. They know I’m a doctor, but they aren’t at the age where they can fully grasp what type of Doctor I am. I’ll have that conversation with them when they are a bit older.

CosmetiCare: What would you be doing if you weren’t a surgeon?


Dr. West: If I wasn’t a surgeon, I would be either an inventor or a writer. I always thought I would own a business specializing in problem-solving. Anything involving inventing, design work, or prototyping fascinates me. Even though I do this in my free time, this would definitely be my full-time gig if I wasn’t already doing something I love so much.


To get to know Dr. West more and learn how he can help you to restore your confidence, schedule your consultation with him by calling 949-415-5169.

He can’t wait to meet you!

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What Is a Capsular Contracture, and How Can It Be Treated?

A capsular contracture, as defined by plasticsurgery.org is “the formation of a “capsule” of scar tissue around any kind of implant (medical or cosmetic).” Any time a foreign substance enters the body, you can risk infection, rejection, or in the case of a capsular contracture, scar tissue forming. In some cases, this can be beneficial to your breast implants because it can help to prevent things such as implant slipping. 


How do I know if I have a capsular contracture? 

When you notice that your implant is becoming stiff, painful, or misshapen, that is when you will want to make an appointment with your Board-Certified plastic surgeon in Orange County so he can give you a proper examination. They may also recommend you receive an MRI or ultrasound using our Butterfly device to detect the extent of breast implant health better. 


How can I check the health of my breast implants?

There are many different ways to check the health of your breast implants. You can start with an ultrasound using our Butterfly device, and if further screening is recommended, we will suggest that you receive an MRI. 

Butterfly: At CosmetiCare, we offer our patients a complimentary breast ultrasound screening using our butterfly device during their consultation with one of our Board-Certified plastic surgeons. The butterfly ultrasound is a handheld device connected to an iPad. It allows our doctors to screen your breast implants for any ruptures or complications that can be corrected during an implant exchange procedure. This ultrasound is a suggestive tool for ruptures and does not screen for cancers.

MRI: Magnetic resonance imaging or “MRI” is performed to further detect breast cancer or breast implant issues if your mammogram results have come back as suspicious. The images presented from an MRI allow medical professionals to distinguish normal vs. diseased breast tissues or implants that have ruptured or need replacement. 


Are there different types of capsular contracture? 

The severity of capsular contracture can be measured using a one through four grading scale.

Grade one: The first grade of a capsular contracture shows no symptoms. The scar tissue formed around the breast implant is not causing any change in the breast’s shape, size, or texture. 

Grade two: The second grade of a capsular contracture presents minor cosmetic symptoms. The shape of the breast itself will look normal, but it will begin to feel more firm to the touch.

Grade three: The third grade of a capsular contracture will show obvious cosmetic symptoms to the eye. The breasts will be hard to the touch, they may appear overly round and stiff, and the nipples may be misshapen. This grade may cause little or no pain to the patient. 

Grade four: The fourth grade of capsular contracture is similar to a grade three, but it will be more painful to the patient. The breasts will appear distorted and hard but will also be tender and sore to the touch. 


How long should I want to swap out implants so I don’t get a capsular contracture? 

Unfortunately, no time frame can prevent capsular contracture. Typically, it will begin to occur during the healing process, and about 75% of all contracture will form within two years of the patient’s breast augmentation surgery. This may not always be the case, as it can happen sooner or later, and no age factor comes into play, either. It simply can just happen to anybody who receives breast implants.

As far as swapping out your breast implants, the market recommends every ten years; however, there is no actual magic number. Your implants should be replaced if there are any ruptures, capsular contracture, health issues, concerns, or if you would like new ones for a variety of aesthetic reasons. 


Is a capsular contracture dangerous? 

It is imperative to understand that a capsular contracture does not mean that breast implants are toxic or dangerous to a breast augmentation patient. Capsular contracture can occur when any foreign implant is put into the body; it is more troubling to the breasts due to the patients’ aesthetic goals. Capsular contracture is also not usually dangerous to a patient’s health unless they are also dealing with a ruptured implant. The possibility of an implant rupture is why we recommend staying on top of your breast health and seeing a doctor if you notice anything changes, pain, redness, or irritation to your breasts. 


What type of surgery is performed to remove a capsular contracture? 

We perform three types of breast implant exchange procedures at CosmetiCare in Orange County, depending on the severity of your capsular contracture- a capsulotomy, a capsulectomy, and a capsulorrhaphy. 

A capsulotomy is performed when just a piece of the capsule is removed. You don’t need to redo anything completely; you only need a little remodel.

A capsulectomy is performed to remove all scar tissue found around the breast implant. 

A capsulorrhaphy is performed when the implant is too large for your body and you are looking to exchange your old implants for smaller ones. The surgeon will tack the implant itself down and make it smaller so that the implant will not move into the armpit. A capsulorrhaphy closes off the pocket where it may have been torn, stretched, or made too big for the implants themselves. 

If you believe that you may be experiencing capsular contracture or are looking to exchange your old implants, visit us online to schedule your consultation with one of our Board-Certified plastic surgeons. 

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When to Expect Results From a Breast Procedure

At CosmetiCare in Newport Beach, we perform thousands of breast procedures each year. We truly do it all, from breast augmentation or a breast implant exchange to a breast reduction and lift. When deciding on undergoing a surgical procedure, there are multiple factors to consider, with an important one being the right time to book your surgery. Here are some of the main factors to consider when searching for a surgery date:


The ideal time to get a breast procedure

When undergoing any surgical procedure, it’s essential to plan in advance. If you have any future plans like a wedding or vacation, you want to plan your surgery either months before or after these events have occurred to allow for the most ideal aesthetic results to be realized. 

We recommend undergoing a breast procedure towards the beginning of the year so that your body has time to heal before the busy summer months to come. Having a surgical procedure during the “cooler” months of the year also allows you to cover up more while you heal. Recovery and optimal results from surgery take time, and you need to give your body ample opportunity to rest and recover.


When ideal results are achieved 

Each breast procedure at CosmetiCare in Orange County has a different timeline for optimal results.

After your breast augmentation procedure, your breast implants may appear higher but they will begin to naturally “fluff and drop” as the muscles relax and your skin acclimates to your new breast size. Your implants will start dropping to a new, more natural position between  six and twelve weeks. After week twelve, your implants will be close to 80% settled. Around the six month mark, you will be completely healed and will see 100% of your results!

The results from a breast implant exchange are very similar to an initial breast augmentation unless you add on another procedure such as a breast lift. Your breasts will show complete results for an implant exchange alone around month six.

After your mastopexy, or “breast lift” procedure, you will immediately notice results, and swelling and bruising will be apparent. 90% of your results will be evident at the six-month mark, and full results will be seen around month twelve.

The results from a breast reduction are seen immediately, but full results can be seen around six weeks. Swelling will remain throughout most of the healing process but will continue to subside with time.


How you would look with a new pair

We offer a photo simulation tool called “New Look Now” to virtually “try on” your surgical results before committing. Seeing your results will allow you to see what you could look like with a variety of different breast implant styles, profiles, and sizes. 

This tool is not just for breast procedures. You can try on the results of any procedure or treatment ranging from surgical to the non-invasive options our MedSpa offers. 

To try on your new procedure, check out New Look Now to see what you could look like with a new pair. If you are ready to start your journey to confidence, schedule your consultation with one of our board-certified plastic surgeons. 


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What You Need to Know About a Breast Procedure

At CosmetiCare in Orange County, breast procedures are what we live and breathe, so you know you are in the best hands when choosing one of our board-certified plastic surgeons. If you have been considering undergoing surgery but aren’t sure where to start or what procedure you may need, we’ve got you covered.

Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation at CosmetiCare in Newport Beach is our #1 surgical procedure, with over 700 breast patient transformations performed each year. During consultations, the top reason for considering a breast augmentation we hear patients discuss is “I wish I had larger breasts.” 

During a breast augmentation procedure, one of our Board-Certified plastic surgeons will place breast implants under the muscle to increase your natural breast size. Whether you have been born naturally with smaller breasts or have lost volume over time due to age, weight loss, pregnancy, or breastfeeding, a breast augmentation procedure can help restore your confidence and feel comfortable in your skin. 

At your initial consultation for a breast augmentation, one of our Board-Certified plastic surgeons will go over all you need to know and help you decide which implant type, size, and profile are best for your body and your personal goals. 

Check out this blog to learn more about a breast augmentation journey at CosmetiCare.

Breast Implant Exchange

A breast implant exchange or “breast revision” procedure at CosmetiCare can address various concerns for those who have had a prior breast augmentation procedure. 

Corrective techniques customized to your own aesthetic goals are used to restore the results you once had or give you a new look. In some cases, women are typically unhappy with their surgical outcome in terms of sizing. Other women would like to trade out their older model of saline implants for the new “gummy-bear” model of implants, which provides a more natural look and feel. 

The American Society of Plastic Surgery also recommends that you begin considering a breast implant exchange around the ten-year mark of having breast implants. Exchanging your implants is for your general safety and ensures that your breast implants are still intact and aren’t experiencing a rupture or a capsular contracture. 

If you are considering a breast implant exchange and are unsure of which implant style you would like to go with, learn more here.

Breast Lift “Mastopexy”

A breast lift, also known as a “mastopexy,” is a surgical procedure designed to correct sagging, drooping breasts by removing excess skin and repositioning the nipple for a “perkier” appearance. 

At CosmetiCare in Newport Beach, we offer four different breast lift techniques dependent on the severity of your breast concerns. These techniques include a full lift, donut lift, crescent lift, or a breast lift with a breast augmentation.

Many women opt to combine a breast augmentation procedure with a breast lift so that a breast implant will provide them with more upper fullness. 

If you are considering a breast lift and aren’t sure if you would need an augmentation, read this blog to understand the benefits of combining these two procedures. 


Breast Reduction

A breast reduction at CosmetiCare is a very popular surgical procedure that aims to decrease volume and weight, which can alleviate the discomfort that large, natural breasts can cause. Another benefit to this procedure is that it essentially balances your body’s profile by removing excess breast skin, fat, and tissue. 

Some women are left with no upper volume when removing the excess skin that “droops” down. Because of this, many patients combine a breast reduction with a breast augmentation so that they still have fullness, it will just be positioned higher up. 

Women who deal with the irritation of large breasts have back and neck pain, trouble sleeping, bra strap indentation, and more. If you find yourself dealing with one or more of these issues, this procedure could be for you. 

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What is Laser Skin Resurfacing

Are you feeling less than confident in your own skin? Do you have years of sun damage and troubled teen acne scars, as well as newly acquired wrinkles that make it difficult to feel comfortable about your appearance? The fine lines, uneven skin texture, age spots and skin imperfections don’t have to define you, and they don’t have to stick around, either. If this sounds like your current situation, you may be a great candidate for a laser skin resurfacing procedure. 

Laser skin rejuvenation is one of the most effective ways to bring back your youthful glow and say goodbye to uneven pigmentation and damaged skin. Below, we’ve highlighted what exactly this laser procedure entails, followed by the reasons you might consider laser skin resurfacing, its benefits, and how to prepare yourself for treatment. 

What is laser skin resurfacing?

The American Board of Cosmetic Surgery defines laser skin resurfacing as a type of treatment that uses laser technology to reduce imperfections in the skin. Your provider uses the laser to send concentrated beams of light along your skin, targeting the irregularities. In most cases, the laser removes the epidermis, which is the outermost layer of the skin, to stimulate heat of the dermis (the underlying skin) which stimulates collagen production. As the laser penetrates the skin and heals over time, the new skin grows more smoothly and firmly, ultimately creating your new and improved complexion. 

Depending on the condition of your skin, your provider may recommend deeper ablative treatment over non-ablative treatment. Essentially, the ablative treatment removes some of the outer layers of skin, while non-ablative passes through the skin without removing layers. For ablative procedures, your provider may recommend local anesthesia for comfort. Non-ablative treatment generally only requires topical numbing cream to combat the sensation. 

Reasons to consider laser skin resurfacing

If you’re thinking about undergoing laser skin resurfacing treatment, it’s important to understand who makes the right candidate for the procedure. Some of the reasons you may be in the market for a laser treatment, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, include:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles on the face, particularly near your eyes, mouth and the forehead
  • Deep acne scars
  • Scars from chickenpox
  • Sun-damaged skin
  • Naturally aged skin
  • Non-responsive skin after having a facelift treatment
  • Liver spots in your complexion
  • Yellow or gray skin tone
  • Warts and wart scars
  • Large birthmarks
  • Large oil glands in the complexion, likely on the nose

It’s important to note that skin laser resurfacing isn’t for everyone. If you have any active acne, harsh wrinkles or excessive sagging skin, you may not be the right candidate for laser skin resurfacing.  

If one of these skin conditions keeps you from feeling your best, but you’re not sure if you make a candidate for treatment, a consultation with a provider can help you decide if laser resurfacing treatment is for you. 

The benefits of laser skin treatment 

Skin resurfacing comes with many advantages, but the overarching benefits include:

Improved skin – Laser skin treatment isn’t going to cover up those unwanted blemishes, wrinkles and imperfections — it’s going to remove them for good. A new layer of skin emerges for a fresh start, providing amazing results in the form of a glowing, youthful appearance.

It’s a quick and easy procedure – As with any non-invasive treatment, you don’t have to worry about going under the knife and having to schedule a long period of time in an inpatient facility to heal. Your treatment will likely last under an hour, so you can pick up, leave and go about your day once the process is complete. 

How to prepare for laser skin resurfacing treatment 

Preparing for laser skin resurfacing treatment starts with meeting with a certified provider. Once they determine that you make a good candidate, you can schedule your appointment and begin the preparation process. Here are a few things we recommend doing before your treatment:

  • Cut out unhealthy habits. If you’re a smoker, it’s in your best interest to stop for two weeks before and after the procedure. Smoking can inhibit your skin’s ability to heal in an efficient time frame.
  • Stop taking medications and supplements prior to your treatment. Before skin resurfacing, your provider will recommend that you stop taking aspirin, ibuprofen, vitamin E or other medications and vitamins that could impact blood clotting, at least 10 days before your treatment. 
  • Take your recommended prescriptions. Your provider may prescribe an antibiotic to take before your treatment as a bacterial infection preventative. 
  • Avoid tanning and too much sun exposure. Heavy exposure to the sun can impact how the lasers work on your skin. Stop tanning and stay out of the sun for long periods of time for about a month before your treatment.
  • Don’t get other facial treatments (unless advised by your provider). Strong chemical peels, dermabrasion and other deep facial procedures can also impact your skin resurfacing treatment. Avoid these additional treatments for about a month before your appointment.
  • Make your provider aware of your medical history. If you have a history of oral cold sores or shingles near the targeted treatment areas, you need to let your provider know ahead of the treatment.

Skin rejuvenation at Cosmeticare

At Cosmeticare, we have a variety of skin rejuvenation treatments to choose from, including IPL, Erbium and CO2 Laser Resurfacing. All are used to improve the appearance and texture of the skin, reduce acne scars, improve skin pigmentation and enhance the overall look and feel of your skin.

IPL, or Intense Pulsed Light, is a non-invasive skin care treatment to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, repair sun damage, and fade freckles and lesions. This treatment uses light pulses to target and break up dark pigmentation in the skin, leaving the lighter tones of your skin untouched. 

Erbium is a skin resurfacing treatment designed to remove moderate to deep wrinkles, providing a more even skin pigmentation and tone. The Erbium laser emits wavelengths of light absorbed by the skin to fully repair and rejuvenate the skin of the face. 

Lastly, our CO2 Laser Resurfacing treatment removes the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and sun damage, and also removes layers of skin cells instead of just the damaged ones. This type of treatment has a dramatic impact on the scars and other skin irregularities in your complexion and can help you achieve a more flawless, even skin tone and texture. 

Any of these skin rejuvenation laser treatments can help you look and feel more confident than ever in your own skin. Which skin resurfacing option will you choose? Contact us today to schedule your consultation.

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