Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
Dr. Robert Weiss, Director of The Maryland Laser Skin and Vein Institute, a Baltimore area dermatology practice, featured by NBC Affiliate WBAL on Non-Surgical Skin Tightening Treatment.
Dr. Weiss was recently featured on Baltimore NBC Affiliate WBAL for the new Evolastin Non-Surgical Skin Tightening Treatment in a segment featuring a patient who received treatment to tighten the skin around her neck and jaw-line as an alternative to surgery.
Evolastin treatments are non-surgical, and use Bi-Polar Radio-Frequency technology to heat and tighten the skin. The procedure delivers controlled energy deep into the skin to promote natural production of the structural elements in the skin, including collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid. The result is younger-looking and refreshed skin, as well as a tightening and three dimensional lifting effect. Just six weeks after treatment, new collagen growth had visibly tightened the featured patient’s skin and resulted in a much smoother facial appearance.
“With Evolastin, improvements in the skin start to become noticeable anywhere from two to six weeks after treatment,” says Dr. Weiss, “And continue for up to six months. This gives patients skin that tightens naturally over time without surgery.”
Evolastin is one of several innovative new non-surgical skin tightening treatments. Other exciting innovative treatments are provided at Maryland Laser Skin and Vein Institute including Exilis, Pelleve, Ulthera, and EndyMed. These devices accomplish skin tightening, but each work differently and have different applications. This enables the Dr. Weiss and the physicians at Maryland Laser Skin and Vein Institute to choose the optimal treatment course for each individual patient.
The Maryland Laser, Skin and Vein Institute is a cosmetically oriented dermatology practice, originated by Drs. Robert & Margaret Weiss over 20 years ago, based in Hunt Valley (Baltimore), MD. The MDLSV Institute not only treats thousands of patients per year, but is a leading clinical research facility investigating new skin treatments and devices for the purposes of FDA clearance and improving patient treatments and outcomes.