Northfield, IL (PRWEB) October 17, 2013
Board certified cosmetic surgeon and University of Chicago clinical professor of surgery, Dr. Anthony Geroulis has introduced Dermapen®, the cutting-edge skin therapy system, to his menu of cosmetic skin procedures. Dermapen’s superior technology utilizes a pen-like device with micro-needles that vibrates as it travels across the face or body. The pen gently stamps the epidermis to ensure balanced absorption of an applied topical into the skin.
The applications for this revolutionary device include reducing fine lines and wrinkles, rejuvenating and tightening skin, minimizing acne scars, and diminishing stretch marks. In addition, the technology can aid substantially post trauma skin issues that remain unresolved. “Dermapen® skin therapy is an ideal treatment for many skin types,” explained Dr. Geroulis, “It’s a highly successful and cost effective way to not only improve skin tone, complexion and texture but to tackle unsightly scars and moderate and severe signs of skin aging.”
It is recommended that the procedure be repeated every few months, especially for patients who are seeking a long-term effective problem resolution for their skin. Dermapen® procedures can be performed on their own or as a complement to treatments such as microdermabrasion and laser skin resurfacing, as long as there is a proper interval of time in between.
“Best of all, the treatment and recovery time for Dermapen® are very short, making it a simple way for my patients to see quick and incredible results,” added Dr. Geroulis.
About Dr. Anthony J. Geroulis:
Bringing over 33 years of surgical experience to the field of facial plastic & cosmetic surgery, Anthony J. Geroulis, MD, FICS, was recently named a “Top Doctor” by U.S. News & World Report. Board certified in cosmetic surgery, author and sculptor, Dr. Anthony Geroulis is a clinical professor of surgery at the University of Chicago Medical Center (UCMC). His practice is headquartered in Northfield, with offices on Michigan Avenue in Chicago, at the University of Chicago Medical Center and at St. Alexis Medical Center in Hoffman Estates.