Sun damage, rosacea, acne scars, and uneven skin tone can make you feel older and self-conscious. Dr. Kim Burrell of Centennial Eye & Cosmetic Associates understands that men and women of all ages want to look and feel their best at every stage in life, so she offers Sun Damage Treatments. Sun Damage Treatments can transform your skin by erasing years of sun damage, scarring, or uneven pigmentation so you can look your best. Call or schedule a Sun Damage Treatment consultation at our Aurora, Colorado offices using the online system.
Sun Damage Treatment is a procedure in which intense, rapid pulses of light penetrate into the deep layers of your skin. The light energy causes blood vessels below the surface of your skin to constrict, and therefore reduce redness, sun spots, freckles, and fine lines. Sun Damage Treatment is an excellent way to transform blotchy skin or uneven skin tone into a more radiant complexion.
Sun Damage Treatment therapy also promotes the production of new collagen to form below the surface of your skin, which helps fill in wrinkles and make your skin appear softer and more supple.
Dr. Burrell consults with you to determine if Sun Damage Treatment is the best aesthetic procedure for your specific needs. Men and women who are good candidates include those with:
Men and women with fair to light, untanned skin are ideal candidates for Sun Damage Treatment treatments, as those with naturally dark skin sometimes experience changes in skin pigment after the Sun Damage Treatment treatment. Also, if you are of Mediterranean descent, speak with Dr. Burrell to learn about any potential issues Sun Damage Treatment may cause with your particular skin tone.
Dr. Burrell or one of her trained medical team provides you with protective eyewear to shield your eyes from the bright light. You may also receive a gel on your face and to the Sun Damage Treatment handpiece, which helps cool your skin and keep you comfortable during the treatment. You may feel a warm sensation from the light pulses that feel like the snapping of a rubber band. This is well-tolerated by most women and men.
There’s no downtime and minimal discomfort. Sun Damage Treatment treatments typically take just a few minutes to an hour, depending on how large of an area you’re having treated. Some adults do experience redness or swelling after the treatment, but it disappears a short time later.
If you have questions about Sun Damage Treatment treatments to help correct skin pigmentation and diminish wrinkles, Dr. Burrell invites you to make an appointment by calling the Aurora office, or you can make an appointment online.
*Individual results may vary.