When we talk about medical aesthetics, it’s a broad term referring to any medical specialty that improves the appearance of the skin. These treatments can treat a range of conditions, making them great options for many people. Before you begin to consider a medical aesthetic treatment, there are a few factors to consider.
Types of Medical Aesthetics
Medical aesthetics include a wide range of medical procedures, most often it refers to non-invasive or minimally invasive cosmetic procedures. Many medical aesthetic treatments are elective and can go a long way in correcting problems that are troublesome for the patient, leading to an enhanced appearance and added confidence.
Look Your Best with Medical Aesthetic Treatments
Medical aesthetics typically means everything from the minor procedures that require no downtown and minimal discomfort, to invasive procedures that require recuperation time. Medical Aesthetics of New England focuses on the minimally and non-invasive side of this field. This allows you to get back on your feet and show of your newly rejuvenated skin in no time. No matter what type of treatment you choose, chances are your result will be better-looking skin that has taken years off your appearance.
Some of the top non-invasive medical aesthetic treatments that can easily be done in our offices and require little or no downtime include. They include:
• Injectables and fillers are being used by over a million people annually. These safe and cost-effective treatments are used to smooth out light lines around the nose, mouth, vertical lip lines and smile lines. Fillers can be used to add volume to sunken cheeks, plump lips and improve overall symmetry to the face.
• Laser treatments include laser vein, wrinkle, and cellulite reduction, scars, moles, liver and age spots and other types of skin discoloration, skin laxity, wrinkles, spider veins and unwanted hair.
• Chemical peels are used to exfoliate and rejuvenate the skin providing a smoother texture and brightening the appearance of the skin. They can reduce fine lines, wrinkles and dark spots. Some peels are used to treat acne as well.
There continue to be new advancements made within the medical aesthetic industry all the time. All are designed to enhance the look of your skin by diminishing lines and dark spots and give you back the glow of yesterday. If you are ready to try a medical aesthetic treatment, contact us today at Medical Aesthetics of New England to schedule your appointment.