Patients are very impressed and happy with the results. I usually tell them that their skin is going to look better than their friends’ skin!
Plano, TX (PRWEB) October 12, 2010
Now offering one of the latest laser treatments to hit the scene, Dr. Robert D. Wilcox continues to attract prospective patients from the Plano and Frisco, Texas areas. The Fraxel Re:pair procedure is a follow-up, second generation solution to correcting deeper wrinkles, tightening skin, and removing years from a person’s appearance. As compared to the mild effects of its predecessor, Fraxel Re:store, Fraxel Re:pair offers several benefits that make the visit to the doctor well worth the trip.
“It is a better machine than the Re:store because it targets deeper lines. The Fraxel Re:pair offers much more dramatic results,” says Dr. Wilcox. “Patients are very impressed and happy with the results. I usually tell them that their skin is going to look better than their friends’ skin.”
Regarded as a safe and effective resurfacing procedure; Fraxel Re:pair is proven to create a softer, brighter, and more even-toned facial skin. Due to its strength and intensity, this laser treatment requires IV sedation with an anesthetist in order to ensure a safe experience. According to Dr. Wilcox, a topical cream just isn’t enough.
With the ability to treat all types of facial skin, which can be conducive to those in their 30s all the way up to those in their 70s, Fraxel Re:pair is effective in improving spots, acne, sunspots, irregular texture, and sun-induced redness. According to Dr. Wilcox, it can also treat melasma and uneven pigmentation.
The Fraxel Re:pair procedure typically requires only one session for maximum results. Using a high-intensity carbon dioxide (CO2) laser, which targets only a fraction of skin at a time (leaving the surrounding tissue untouched and intact), the body is able to heal in a fairly quick manner as compared to other laser treatments that target the entire area all at once. Depending on the patient’s individual needs and its aggressiveness, the downtime will vary. Results become fully visible between three and six month, which can last for several years, based on the patient’s skin condition and age.
Dr. Wilcox can be reached by visiting his website, drwilcox.com. He is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS).
Dr. Wilcox is in his 19th year of private practice in Plano. He has served as Assistant Clinical Professor of the Department of Plastic Surgery University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and Past President of the Dallas Society of Plastic Surgeons.