Skin Rejuvenation in Palmdale, CA

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What is Skin Rejuvenation?

Skin resurfacing with a laser at Kat Motlagh's Health Clinics is a noninvasive cosmetic treatment that utilizes pulsating beams of energy to exfoliate damaged skin cells one layer at a time. The treatment is great for addressing facial lines and wrinkles and minimizing skin flaws such as pigmentation, acne scars, and other flaws. Also referred to as a laser peel, fractional skin resurfacing is an ideal treatment for people desiring softer, clearer, and younger-looking skin. Depending on the condition of the skin, the treatment may be customized for the best results. There is little downtime needed with most laser skin resurfacing facials. Any concerns or questions can be reviewed with Palmdale, CA Family Medicine Dr. Katayoun Motlagh during your assessment and consultation.

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How Does Skin Rejuvenation Work?

If your skin needs mild correction or if you are particularly concerned about potential discomfort, a topical anesthetic may be applied to numb the treated areas the laser will target. Throughout the procedure, you will relax in our treatment chair while the laser passes over the skin, precisely targeting the specific areas for rejuvenation. Some heat from the laser may be felt, though it is generally thought to be very tolerable. The laser energy is designed to destroy damaged and dead skin cells while also stimulating new collagen production. Once the area has healed, the skin should look completely revitalized.

A Softer, Clearer Complexion

Kat Motlagh's Health Clinics laser skin rejuvenation treatments provide excellent results for those who are seeking to achieve a more youthful complexion. If you are considering a laser treatment and want to hear more about them and about additional nonsurgical treatments at our Palmdale, CA location, we encourage you to call us today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Motlagh.

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