In the not to distant past, the gold standard in reversing the signs of aging had been resurfacing with the traditional CO2 laser. Resurfacing is achieved by peeling away a layer of skin while causing tissue contraction
Yag laser, which delivers a precise dose of light to each vessel, is a series of brief pulses. Leaving the surrounding skin untouched, the light only targets the vessel, which coagulates and is absorbed by the body.
Wearing heavy earrings can, over time, damage our earlobes, causing the underlying fatty tissue to stretch, sag, or even tear apart. Torn earlobes can also be the result of blunt trauma. We can help repair those in our office.