IMPROVING THE APPEARANCE OF YOUR SKIN

How can The Robert Zubowski Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery help you noninvasively improve the appearance of your skin with no down time?

Patients come to us concerned about dark spots resulting from sun damage, acne scars, or fine lines caused by smoking, or simple aging. In most cases, we can help you improve the appearance of your skin through noninvasive procedures such as microdermabrasion, micropeels, lasers, and skincare products as well as other minimally invasive procedures.

Microdermabrastion can improve and soften many imperfections in the quality and texture of your skin with little or no down time. It is a painless procedure that utilizes microparticles to exfoliate the surface layer of your skin while also building new collagen, resulting in firmer and more youthful looking skin.

Micropeels are designed to produce an immediate glow. It is a three-step process that removes a micro thin top layer of skin with a technique called dermaplaning which is followed by the application of a alpha hydroxyl solution to renew texture, clarity and to reduce impurities and discolor in skin.

Photo Facial is a laser procedure that utilizes broadband light technology for the treatment of sun-damaged skin, age spots and redness. You may experience some redness following the treatment that should resolve within a few hours. For some pigmented lesions you will see a darkening of the treated areas followed by flaking off and fading of the treated area. The number of treatments will depend on your skin condition.

Skin Care products at the Robert Zubowski Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery are hand picked to correct, protect, and maintain healthy skin. They are frequently used to prepare your skin for deeper resurfacing procedures as well as to promote and maintain those results. Some of these product lines include: Obagi, MyBody, Neocutis, and Skin Ceuticals.

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