Face the New Year With Revitalized Skin

Nothing is more important to the team at Gynecologic Surgery and Menopause Solutions than empowering each woman to feel great and look her best. Whether you want to tighten your skin, smooth away wrinkles, or eliminate sun damage, we personalize your care, choosing from among several of today’s advanced technologies to revitalize your skin.

If you want to start the New Year with glowing, younger-looking skin, considering scheduling a consultation to talk about one of these aesthetic treatments:

Halo™ laser

The Halo laser is one of the most advanced noninvasive treatments available today. It safely and effectively turns back time using two wavelength options and fractional treatment that stimulates faster healing.

We use one wavelength to resurface your skin, precisely determining how deep the treatment reaches. The Halo can gently exfoliate your skin or go deeper and remove several layers for more dramatic skin revitalization.

The second wavelength option sends the Halo’s laser energy safely through your skin without affecting the surface. The laser’s energy then activates cells to produce more collagen and elastin, the proteins that support your skin, making it strong, smooth, and resilient. Unfortunately, your skin produces less of these proteins as the years go by, making your skin vulnerable to sagging and wrinkles. As Halo boosts their production, new collagen-rich skin replaces old skin at the surface.

Whether you choose skin resurfacing or enhancement from within, these treatments:

Halo treatment is safe and effective for all skin types.

BroadBand Light (BBL™)

The BBL system uses innovative filter technology that allows us to change the wavelength at any time during your skin treatment. What does that mean to you? It means you can get several skin problems treated during one session.

We customize your treatment to target one or more of these cosmetic problems:

Some wavelengths specifically target pigmented cells like age spots and veins. The cells break down and after your body naturally removes the waste, the problem is gone for good. Another wavelength targets and destroys hair follicles. And the BBL can also be used to tighten your skin by stimulating collagen.

Botox® Cosmetic

Botox Cosmetic has been the top minimally invasive cosmetic treatment for decades. During that time, it has proven to be a safe option for significantly diminishing, if not eliminating, some of the deepest wrinkles on your face: crow’s feet, frown lines, and forehead creases.

When Botox is injected, it stops the muscles from contracting. As the muscles relax, the wrinkles they cause simply fade away. Many of our patients worry that they’ll have an unnatural appearance after Botox, but that isn’t how it works. 

We carefully and precisely inject a few muscles, so your results are subtle. Your face continues to reflect your natural movements and expressions.

If you want to step into the New Year with fresh, revitalized skin, call Gynecologic Surgery and Menopause Solutions, or schedule a consultation online.

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