Non-Surgical Treatments

Dr. Brown’s office is pleased to offer medical aesthetic and skin care treatments. These services are focused on enhancing and improving the appearance of the skin using a non-surgical, scientific approach. Whether it is sun damage or fine lines and wrinkles, anti-aging treatments provide results to enhance, improve and rejuvenate. These procedures are recommended to prepare for surgery and post-op to maintain healthy skin.

Photo Rejuvenation / IPL / BBL
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) and Broadband Light (BBL) treatments gradually improve the texture of your skin, decrease redness and broken capillaries and also lighten dark spots. After a number of treatments, you may also notice that your pores appear tighter and that fine lines dissipate.

This non-surgical procedure is fast and easy and requires no downtime from normal activities. Thermage uses radiofrequency technology to tighten and gently lift skin, to smooth out wrinkles, and renew facial contours.

Laser Hair Removal
Laser hair removal is a permanent reduction of hairs using laser energy. This treatment can be used on both men and women on various areas of the body.

MicroLaser Peel is a light laser resurfacing treatment that can treat finer areas such as the eyelids. It is commonly combined with a Profractional treatment. The combined treatment allows a deep treatment into the dermis for tone and texture improvements, and a superficial resurfacing to remove visible signs of sun damage.

ProFractional Laser Resurfacing
Profractional is a fractional laser procedure that quickly and effectively treats fine lines and wrinkles, superficial scars, skin tone, skin texture and pigmentation, with minimal down-time. Typical areas of treatment would include face, neck, décolletage and hands.

Vein Therapy
As people age, the fine veins just under the skin dilate and become more prominent. Common areas for this to occur include the face, neck as well as the arms and legs. Although large veins may require surgical removal, smaller caliber veins can be treated with a combination of injections (sclerotherapy) and laser treatments.

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