It’s true that natural aging is an inevitable process, one that gradually takes a toll on your skin due to environmental factors, lifestyle habits and more. Although there is nothing that can completely stop you from aging, there are ways to slow down the effects it has on your skin and maybe even help you take back a few years.
Fraxel® laser technology is proven to resurface the skin and reverse many of the features that are making you appear older. Dr. Carl Williams has over 30 years of laser experience and is one of the first physicians in Las Vegas to use Fraxel® technology. As an esteemed educator in this field, he can help you determine just how Fraxel® can be applied to create a younger-looking you.
When Is Fraxel® the Right Option?
If you desire younger-looking skin, but do not want to receive invasive techniques to achieve it, Fraxel® laser treatment may be the most appropriate choice. Laser skin resurfacing technology removes damaged layers of skin without any incisions and less downtime, and it is clinically proven to be a safe procedure if you want to reverse signs of aging.
Additionally, Fraxel® laser treatment is flexible, fitting into your daily schedule seamlessly. Dr. Williams recommends between 1-5 treatment sessions to achieve optimal results, and you can schedule each session during a time that suits your lifestyle.
How Does Fraxel® Work?
The Fraxel® laser penetrates the epidermis (the topmost layer of skin) and targets the dermis (the deepest layer of skin) where collagen production occurs. Through consistent sweeping motions and with the use of smart scanning technology, Dr. Williams passes the hand-held device over the particular treatment area, allowing the laser light to stimulate healing agents within certain regions of your skin precisely.
Once stimulated, your skin begins its natural rejuvenation process, using collagen to eliminate damaged skin cells and restore them with a healthier, smoother layer of skin. In a matter of weeks, the cosmetic imperfections on your skin will dissipate in intensity.