Although it is not possible to turn back the hands of time, its effects can be dramatically slowed down and improved with the arsenal of procedures and techniques available to your dermasurgeon.
The natural aging process generally produces lines and wrinkles, age spots, splotches and pigmentation problems, broken capillaries, dull skin texture and color, and other skin flaws. Also, a once-attractive mole or birthmark may change into an unattractive protrusion, or a once unnoticeable scar may become more apparent when wrinkles form around it.
Sun-damage compounds the aging process. Ultraviolet light from the sun penetrates not only the outer layer of skin, but also those layers underneath which fortify the skin and lend it resilience.
Anti-aging creams and topical products are usually used to treat the milder symptoms of aging such as damage to the skin’s uppermost layers.
For more advanced signs of aging and sun-damage, your dermasurgeon will choose the surgical method or combination of methods best suited to your individual skin condition.