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Love The Skin You're In

CO2 Fractional Laser Resurfacing and Erbium | Hybrid Peel | Meadows Surgical Arts

Life and time will catch up with all of us, probably more quickly than we would like. The passage of time inevitably brings with it the physical signs of a life well-lived: gray hair, sun spots, wrinkles, and skin that starts to settle downwards. These harbingers of age are our badges of honor, but we may not be ready for every badge of honor that life brings. Thankfully, advances in laser technology have decreed that we don't have to accept them quite yet.

The first step in turning back the clock is essentially a reboot of the skin using CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing, a cosmetic treatment that works by applying a series of tiny pulses of laser energy to the skin, creating microscopic holes in the skin. As these holes heal, collagen is created and new, younger-looking skin is revealed. Fine lines are smoothed, brown spots are treated, skin irregularities are improved, and any scarring is flattened. In one treatment, you can have smoother, clearer skin.

Most patients would be happy with the results of the CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing treatment alone. However, Dr. Meadows has taken this treatment to the next level by adding another component, using what is currently one of the most popular laser resurfacing treatments: the Erbium Laser Peel. This treatment is designed to remove the top layer of the skin (the epidermis), further improving fine lines, reducing brown spots or freckles, and smoothing scars. The result of combing the two laser treatments is a safer, longer-lasting, smoother, and younger-looking skin than with either treatment alone.

Are you ready for a reboot, to peel off those signs of aging and show off the younger you that's just beneath the surface? Love the skin you're in, and try the CO2/Erbium Hybrid Peel!

Call one of our offices at (706) 335-3555 (Commerce) or (678) 541-0339 (Buford) to schedule your Hybrid Peel today, or purchase your Hybrid Peel online here. Worth every bit, and then some!


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