Denver, CO (PRWEB) March 13, 2010
With expensive, major cosmetic overhauls on the decline in a struggling economy, more affordable, less dramatic solutions such as lasers are increasing in popularity. Couple economic trends with the fact that Colorado and the mountain region are the number one market for total cosmetic procedures performed annually*, and it's no surprise that the latest innovation in the quest for youthful skin has landed in the Mile High City.
Board-certified plastic surgeons Dr. Andrew Wolfe and Dr. Steven Vath (http://www.thecenterforcosmeticsurgery.net) are pleased to add Pearl Fusion laser skin treatments to their Denver, Colorado practice's growing repertoire of age-busters. The Pearl Fusion Laser by Cutera® combines two lasers for an unrivaled result that requires very little downtime yet delivers long-lasting anti-aging benefits. Unlike its predecessors, Pearl Fusion can be administered in a single office visit and healing takes place over 5 to 7 days. The average treatment costs $2,500 and results last for years with proper skin care.
Pearl Fusion is a marriage of two proven skincare technologies. The Pearl laser addresses issues which involve the superficial layers of the skin – brown spots, uneven skin texture and fine wrinkles. The Pearl's more powerful cousin, the Pearl Fractional, penetrates the deeper skin layers to improve more challenging conditions such as creases around the mouth and eyes, acne scars, and skin laxity. Over the long term, patients will notice continued structural changes in their skin, including increased volume and firmness.
Added benefits of Pearl Fusion include customized treatments that go only as deep as needed, minimal redness and discoloration compared to more traditional lasers, and improved skin quality in less than a week. What's more, the Center for Cosmetic Surgery is pioneering this innovation and is currently the only plastic surgery practice in Colorado to offer the coveted treatment. As such, they are now uniquely positioned to offer the full spectrum of surgical and non-surgical therapies for facial rejuvenation. For patients desiring a comprehensive improvement, the Pearl Fractional can be combined with a facelift or mini face lift in Denver in a single procedure which treats the deeper structural changes associated with aging while addressing the quality and appearance of the skin itself.
"After evaluating every laser on the market over a period of several years, we have chosen to add Pearl Fusion to our practice because it provides a solution for both the superficial epidermal skin layers and the deep dermal layers. We can treat wrinkles of different depths while improving skin texture, pore size and brown pigment," commented Drs. Vath and Wolfe. "The skin's surface immediately appears healthier, and the structure of the skin actually improves for six months as the growth of new collagen occurs."
*The American Society of Plastic Surgeons 2007 regional distribution survey
Dr. Steven Vath and Dr. Andrew Wolfe (http://www.thecenterforcosmeticsurgery.net) are board-certified plastic surgeons practicing at the Center for Cosmetic Surgery in Denver, which offers a full range of cosmetic procedures for the face and body. Dr. Vath earned his MD from the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He completed a General Surgery residency at George Washington University and received his Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery training at the Louisiana State University Medical Center and Charity Hospital. Dr. Wolfe earned his MD at The Chicago Medical School before receiving advanced surgical training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the Georgetown University Medical Center.
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