Natural aging, sun exposure, acne, malnutrition, tobacco, and alcohol consumption can all lead to skin damage. Dr. Elizabeth McRae performs skin rejuvenation for the residents of Boerne, TX.
What Is Skin Rejuvenation?
A plastic surgeon can perform various procedures to help reverse signs of aging and environmental damage. These procedures can reduce wrinkles on your skin, blotchiness, growths, chicken pox and acne scars, and superficial scars from past surgeries.
Before any type of procedure or treatment method is chosen, we will consult with you to determine the right plan of action for your individual case. We will evaluate the extent of any damage to your skin, uneven pigmentation, and any other imperfections. The result of these examinations will help us determine what type of treatment or combination of treatments will be best for you.
The Different Types of Skin Rejuvenation Procedures
The point of skin rejuvenation is to make you look younger and healthier. We achieve these results through various methods. Radiation therapy, laser treatment, microdermabrasion, and IPL (Intense Pulsed Light treatment) are just some of the procedures that we provide to help you look younger. Here is how a few of these procedures work that we think will get you excited.
IPL uses pulsed lights to help even out pigmentation on your skin. This will reduce blotchy areas or uneven skin tones.
Microdermabrasion is a non-surgical procedure that targets fine lines, acne, and large dry skin areas. This procedure is a favorite to many of our Boerne, TX, skin rejuvenation clients.
Cutera truSculpt is an FDA-approved procedure that uses non-invasive radio frequencies to blast away areas of fat. With virtually no downtime, results are recognized within weeks of the completed rounds of treatments.
About McRae MD Medical Laser Center
Dr. Elizabeth McRae has been board certified in internal medicine since 1991. Her treatment spa is the most innovative facility in Texas. While being attractive and relaxing, the spa and our staff make patients comfortable during their procedures.