Skin Laser Treatments For Wrinkles

Laser Treatments for Wrinkles

Wrinkles actually come in three distinct varieties…… dynamic wrinkles, fine wrinkles, and skin fold wrinkles. Very briefly:

*Dynamic wrinkles are what we call smile lines, frown lines, crows feet, etc.

*Fine lines are those little lines that you see on your cheeks mostly. There is no discernable fold in the skin.

*Skin fold wrinkles are those that go from each side of our noses and around our mouths…they look like large parentheses that reach all the way to our chins.

There are several different kinds of laser treatments. Some deal with one kind of problem, while others are better used for different problems.

All wrinkles share one common factor. They are lower than the surrounding tissue. Because they are lower, light focused on them makes shadows and thats what makes them visible.

The more difference there is in the depth of the wrinkle and the surrounding skin, the more visible the wrinkles become.

The basic idea of all laser treatments for wrinkles is not to raise the wrinkle but to lower the skin that surrounds it. Think of sanding a board that is rough.

You dont add wood to make it smooth. You remove wood to make it smooth. Thats the way that all laser treatments work.

The skin around the wrinkle is lowered to the level of the wrinkle and then the wrinkle becomes less noticeable. It doesnt, however, completely disappear.

The different kinds of laser treatments are CO2, Erbium, and N-lite.

CO2 laser treatments require anesthesia, are the most effective, as well as, the most costly.

Erbium laser treatment may require anesthesia or local anesthetics, are not quite as effective as CO2 treatments but they cost less.

N-Lite Laser treatments are the least expensive, as well as, the least effective. No anesthesia is required.

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