Most of us wish we could slow down the effects aging has on our looks – and maybe even get a few years back in the process. Fraxel® is proven laser technology that can help reverse the visible effects of aging, naturally helping you look as young as you feel. With Fraxel®, change isn’t drastic or scary – it’s you, just younger.
The Lupo Center for Aesthetic & general dermatology offers the most advanced Fraxel® Restore Dual Wavelength System to better address pigmentation, wrinkles, acne scars and surgical scars on the entire body with minimal discomfort. Dr. Lupo chooses to use the Fraxel® system because of its very high safety record and proven results for all types of skin, and because it causes minimal disturbance to the patient’s everyday life during the course of treatment.
Fraxel® is a non-invasive laser therapy for people who want to look good – and want real results – but don’t want the drastic change or extended downtime that comes with surgery. Dr. Lupo customizes the intensity of each treatment level in accordance with the patient’s needs, giving the patient a choice between superficial, moderate or deeply penetrative treatments. In most cases, the patient can expect dramatic results with smoother, brighter and younger looking skin without looking plastic and fake.
Fraxel® is effective on:
• Fine lines and wrinkles – like crow’s feet and brow lines
• Surface scarring – erasing effects of acne and other scarring
• Pigmentation – minimizing the appearance of age spots
• Sun damage – helping heal dangerous skin damage
• Actinic Keratosis (AK) – a common pre-cancerous skin condition
To learn more or to see if you are a candidate for Fraxel®, schedule a consultation with one of our doctors. Any patient who schedules a Fraxel consultation or receives a Fraxel treatment by December 31, 2012 will receive 10% off of a package of Fraxel® treatments for one area.
Please note that Fraxel is a very specific laser and some doctors rent a less expensive and less advanced fractional non-ablative laser, yet call it “fraxel” – after all, not every tissue is a Kleenex!