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Fraxel FAQs

Posted by Dr. Kormeili on April 19, 2019

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Category: Fraxel
How does a Fraxel DUAL 1550/1927 treatment work? Fraxel laser treatment is used for skin rejuvenation. It’s feature is stimulating the growth of new, healthy skin cells from the inside out. The laser has two heads that can be used to treat anything from scars and pigmentation to large pores and wrinkles. It works by producing microscopic laser columns of energy that penetrate deep into your skin to expedite your body’s own production of collagen.

Coolsculpting Safety Information

Posted by Dr. Kormeili on April 19, 2019

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Category: CoolSculpting
Is Coolsculpting FDA Approved? Of course! The CoolSculpting machine is FDA approved with many patents, and millions of treatments worldwide with great safety measures. CoolSculpting is FDA approved for neck fat, bra fat, arm fat, back fat, love handles, inner thighs, buttocks and out thighs. Usually CoolSculpting stomach fat yields the best results when combined with the flanks. The applicators for the CoolSculpting machine are of standard sizes and fitting you into the correct applicator

CoolSculpting FAQs

Posted by Dr. Kormeili on April 19, 2019

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Category: CoolSculpting
I Don’t Like My Double Chin. Can the Coolsculpting Procedure Help Me Lose It? Absolutely! We love facial contouring and as such excel at getting rid of the double chin! By treating the visible fat bulges under the chin (submental) and jawline (submandibular), we take off years of aging from the face. Men and women leave with a restored youthful look as pre-jowling and signs of aging are reversed permanently. Best part is that it
botox scar treatment
We see many skin cancers in our office and we end up doing many skin cancer surgeries. Despite the best surgical skills, a scar is inevitable. Despite their relief from being cancer free, patients want to know how they can minimize their scars after the surgery. Dr. Kormeili is pleased to tell patients about Botox scar treatment. Botox Scar Treatment According to a new article published in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Botox can be used at
woman with crowsfeet
Unfortunately, there are few ways to avoid crowsfeet. Sunglasses help decrease our need for squinting. Giving our eyes a break when squinting into computer screens can help. Patients ask however, what do I do with my crowsfeet when I smile? They are referring to crowsfeet that appear in all the photos when they smile pretty. The answer: relax the muscles that cause crowsfeet! Treating Crowsfeet Naturally Treating crows feet naturally involves studying the very muscles