If you look in the mirror and are unhappy with the appearance of discoloration and aging, you may be wondering what can be done to restore that youthful look and glow. Patients with uneven skin complexions, redness, and pigmentation may want to speak to Dr. Jack Bertolino and his team at Smooth Solutions Medical Aesthetics to find out if they are a good candidate for treatments such as photofacials.
What is a photofacial?
A photofacial is the use of intense pulsed light, or “IPL,” that penetrates deep into the skin. It can help in boosting the skin cell regeneration for faster turnover of new skin cells. It can also help in reducing the appearance of sun damage and pigmentation while reversing the signs of aging, especially fine lines and wrinkles that occur on the face after the age of 30. Photofacials are completely safe and provide reliable and predictable results for patients looking to improve their skin’s texture, tone, and overall look.
What are the benefits of photofacials?
Photofacials are a great solution for many of the patient who visit Dr. Jack Bertolino and his team at Smooth Solutions Medical Aesthetics. We may recommend patients who have the following concerns:
- Sun-damaged or aging skin
- Poor skin tone and texture
- Redness from rosacea
- Hyper- and hypopigmentation
- Dull skin and discoloration
Who is a good candidate for photofacials?
If you struggle with the appearance of damage and aging on the skin, caused by conditions such as rosacea or just fine lines and wrinkles, you might want to find out if photofacials are appropriate for your unique needs. During an evaluation and consultation with Dr. Jack Bertolino, he will determine if photofacials are best and work out a treatment plan for you.
Learn more about photofacials
If photofacials are of interest, we encourage you to call Smooth Solutions Medical Aesthetics to learn more about the treatment. Dr. Jack Bertolino of Williamsville, NY can provide more information and determine candidacy. Call (716) 633-6100 and schedule a visit at 5839 Main Street, Suite #102. The office is open to new and existing patients and families seeking general, medical, and cosmetic treatments for the skin, hair, nails, and body.