What is a good non-surgical laser treatment for sagging facial skin?

Advancements in aesthetic medicine are taking place at a rapid rate, and there are several non-surgical facial rejuvenation treatments now available. But with so many options to choose from, you may be wondering – What is a good non-surgical laser treatment for sagging facial skin?

Non-surgical laser skin tightening is now an effective alternative for dealing with common signs of aging such as wrinkles and sagging skin. In recent years many new treatment protocols have come to the market, including the eTwo skin rejuvenation treatment by Syneron Candela.

The cutting-edge eTwo facial rejuvenation treatment
eTwo is a sublative skin rejuvenation treatment that delivers rejuvenated, toned, beautiful skin, using bipolar radio frequency energy. It is designed to treat a number of skin concerns including acne scars, wrinkles, brown spots, and loose skin.

eTwo combines sublime and sublative and applications. The modules work together to impact the lower dermal layer of the skin, with minimal epidermal disruption. eTwo is a minimally invasive treatment, so there is therefore negligible pain and downtime.

Treatment takes 20-40 minutes and is safe for all skin types. It typically requires 3-5 treatments spaced 4-6 weeks apart to achieve the best results.

There is generally no downtime after treatment, so patients can resume normal activities.

How it works
An anesthetic cream is first applied to the skin to minimize discomfort. The laser directs fractional bi-polar radiofrequency energy to the deep layers of the skin, where it stimulates collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid. These important skin components help to restore skin tone, structure, and elasticity.

Are you ready to tone and tighten your dull, sagging skin? Contact Accent Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Tupelo, MS to find out more about eTwo.

Call (662) 377-6290 today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Mark Craig.

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