Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 02, 2012
Facial Aesthetics is happy to be one of the first practices in the Denver area to offer MicroCurrent facial treatments. MicroCurrent is an aesthetic treatment that uses gentle electric stimulation to increase the body's production of energy on a cellular level. The result of this increased energy is a rejuvenation of the skin and muscles, producing a younger facial appearance.
Microcurrent has been used as an aesthetic treatment since the 1970s, but the bio-therapeutic Microccurent device uses a new technique; the patented Suzuki Sequencing pinpoints the optimum electrical combination outputs that are statistically most effective for producing aesthetic results such as increased collagen and elastin production. Collagen and elastin are proteins that give youthful skin its resilience, but tend to diminish with age, contributing to the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Dr. John Grossman, director of Facial Aesthetics, said, "We believe bio-therapeutic's microcurrent platform to be the platinum standard in the industry. The unique technology ensures patients get consistent results, not to mention the pleasing sensation of the gentle electric current."
Microcurrent treatments can be done as a single 30 minute "lunchtime" procedure, or can be combined with creams and salves in a series of treatments to give longer-lasting results.
About Facial Aesthetics
Facial Aesthetics is a plastic surgery and skin care practice established in 1992 by co-founders Dr. John Grossman and Pamela Hill, RN. Facial Aesthetics has two offices in the Denver area, one in the Rose Medical Center and one in Greenwood Village at the Landmark Medical Center. The practice offers a full range of dermatology procedures, including BOTOX® Cosmetic, Juvéderm, chemical peels, and laser hair removal.