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Dermatology Associates Medical Group in Beverly Hills Announces Safe, Fast Anti-Aging Laser Treatment
Date:4/8/2013

Bevery Hills, CA (PRWEB) April 08, 2013

SmartXide Dot Laser Therapy, the latest laser treatment available from the board-certified dermatologists at Dermatology Associates Medical Group, offers a more efficient and safer way to treat the signs of aging and sun damage compared to traditional ablative procedures. The procedure can treat wrinkles and fine lines as well as sun sports, also known as age spots or brown spots, for a more youthful appearance.

SmartXide Dot Laser Therapy, the latest laser treatment available from the board-certified dermatologists at Dermatology Associates Medical Group, offers a more efficient and safer way to treat the signs of aging and sun damage compared to traditional ablative procedures. The procedure can treat wrinkles and fine lines as well as sun sports, also known as age spots or brown spots, for a more youthful appearance. A single treatment session can improve sun damage, brown spots, fine lines, wrinkles, skin laxity/texture and acne scars.

The SmartXide laser is a CO2 Fractional laser, which works by targeting multiple treatment zones within the skin. The DOT stands for (Dermal Optical Thermolysis) and utilizes a 'dot' pattern to create thousands of microscopic perforations in the skin while leaving the areas around each 'dot' intact. This allows for a safe treatment option to reduces the signs of aging with minimal downtime.

"By utilizing the ‘dot’ treatment pattern for treatment, we can achieve great results without damaging the surrounding skin," says board-certified dermatologist Dr. Lawrence Rivkin, "and because the skin heals quickly, results are visible within days of treatment."

The DOT Therapy laser precisely creates thousands of microscopic holes (DOT's) in your skin, targeting wrinkled skin, pigmented lesions, or scar tissue,
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