Treatments to improve skin quality

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Procedures for:

All genders:

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Women

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Men

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Procedures performed at:

Institute for Plastic Surgery

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Medical Spa

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Treatments to improve skin quality

Fractional Intradermal Radiofrequency (Intracel)

This radiofrequency is applied to the skin through microelectrodes to initiate a cell regeneration process, by rebuilding collagen and elastin.  It is emitted into skin layers in depths between 0.5mm to 2 mm. It is very useful to reduce acne scarring, and it can be used on face, neck, neckline, hands, and stretch marks, among others.
This is an out-patient treatment that does not require medical leave.

Focused high intensity ultrasound (Ultracel)

This procedure stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, while firming the skin, producing the effect of a facial lifting.
The effects will improve over time, since the collagen production is stimulated progressively; stimulation occurs in depths of 3.5mm up to 4.5 mm.  A combination of this treatment with Intracell is highly advisable.
This is an out-patient treatment that does not require medical leave.

Fractional CO2 Laser

This treatment is used to improve skin quality, to reduce fine wrinkles and lines, and to reduce blemishes and spots. It can be applied on face, neck, hands, and abdomen, among others.

Pulsed Light

Pulsed light therapy is less aggressive than laser therapy, and it helps to reduce fine wrinkles and lines, to eliminate spots and blemishes, for facial hair removal, herewith, obtaining a more glowing skin and giving a global and uniform rejuvenation to the face.
This is an out-patient treatment that does not require medical leave.

Depilation (hair removal)

With Laser and Pulsed Light (IPL) application, facial and body hair can be reduced.
Both options are out-patient treatments that do not require medical leave.

Enzyme treatments (Lipase, Collagenase y Hyaluronidase)

These treatments are used to improve and correct scar tissue, localized fat deposits, and they assist modeling treatments by injections.

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