Heads Up! Dr. Zubowski Discusses Skintyte™

I believe a facelift does more than rejuvenate. It’s a life changing event capable of lifting your spirits just enough to inspire adventurousness. Today, at the Robert Zubowski MD Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, where I am Medical Director, we’ve added Skintyte, a laser treatment designed to fine tune your facelift results. We also offer it as a standalone procedure.

I’m talking about SkinTyte™. For our facelift patients we’re using it to further tighten the skin on the lower check and/or neck area. SkinTyte is also an excellent option for liposuction patients who require further improvement of their skin’s elasticity by helping to tighten slightly loose skin. We’re also using SkinTyte as a stand alone procedure on areas of an aged face, or one that has damaged, loose or sagging skin, specifically in the neck area, under the chin, jowls and lower cheeks.

Let me explain it further. At the Robert Zubowski MD Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, I or one of my team who is thoroughly trained and experienced in the procedure, runs the SkinTyte laser over your damaged skin. Rapid, gentle pulses are emitted that heats your skin and initiates the body’s natural healing process, promoting the growth of collagen. I think you’ll be well satisfied with your results: increased skin firmness and face tightening just enough to give you a more youthful countenance while still retaining a natural appearance. Another plus: the results are immediate. And, in the majority of cases, a single session will be all that you require. Since there is little discomfort afterwards you are free to return to your regular routine without restriction as soon as you leave our center.

If you’d like to find out whether you’re a good match for SkinTyte, please contact our office manager who will set up your one-to-one consultation with me. And prior to our meeting you might like to find out more about SkinTyte by watching this informative video.

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