Seven Cosmetic Laser Treatments Give DeRoberts Plastic Surgery Patients More Options
With 7 different lasers available, Syracuse plastic surgeon, Dr. Dean DeRoberts, offers his patients a wide range of laser-based cosmetic procedures that require little recovery time, but offer huge results. He also offers surgical procedures, such as breast augmentations
Syracyse, NY (PRWEB) December 18, 2012
At DeRoberts Plastic Surgery in Syracuse, cosmetic surgery has increasingly relied upon the cutting-edge possibilities of laser technology. Dr. DeRoberts is now carrying the latest innovations in lasers that are used for an array of minimally invasive cosmetic skin treatments.
Much like standard CO2 treatments before it, the Matrix Fractional CO2 skin treatment throws collagen production into hyperdrive, improving the complexion. This new and improved laser does not affect the upper layer of skin and will not leave scarring or redness like its predecessor. This resurfacing procedure is used to positively impact areas around the face, neck, and back. “If you want to treat skin damage, wrinkles, discoloration, abnormal pore size, or just improve the overall complexion of your skin, Fractional CO2 laser therapy may be an ideal solution for your needs,” Dr. DeRoberts said.
Similarly, the Palomar Starlux is commonly utilized for photofacials and removing age spots. The Erbium laser is used for micro laser peeling and also targets larger areas and deeper layers of skin to expose a better overall complexion.
The Cheveux 810 nm Diode Laser, on the other hand, is used for permanently removing hair from targeted areas. The Lyra Nd:YAG laser is used to treat unsightly varicose veins that may have you wanting to cover up your legs. A V-Beam pulsed dyed laser uses a highly concentrated pulse of light to target and lighten the appearance of blood and skin cells that are adversely affected by rosacea, birthmarks, warts, and acne. Tri-Lase Q-Switched Nd:YAG & Erbium YAG Laser combines the two most popular wavelengths for skin resurfacing (Q-switched Nd:YAG & Er:YAG) to remove tattoos and pigmented lesions with predictable results and a minimal risk of adverse reactions.
In Syracuse, laser hair removal is one of the most popular laser treatments at the office of Dr. DeRoberts. Women who wish to have smooth legs and underarms without the hassle of shaving can achieve the same goals with treatments from the Cheveux 810 nm Diode laser. The procedure is powerful enough for lasting results but delicate enough for the face. Men who don't wish to shave their beards and mustaches daily can also benefit from using this cosmetic option.
While laser procedures make up an important part of the doctor's practice, there are a number of other offerings available to patients. For breast augmentation, Syracuse residents can trust Dr. DeRoberts to enhance existing breast tissue or replace tissue that was removed due to breast cancer or other trauma. Both saline and silicone implants are available. Decisions are made collaboratively between the patient and the physician after a discussion is had to determine the individual patient's wishes.
Dr. DeRoberts is a board-certified plastic surgeon. Syracuse residents can rest assured knowing they are getting exemplary care from an active member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. He has also received several prestigious awards, including the Glancy Award from the Southeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons.
For more information on Syracuse plastic surgery, call DeRoberts Plastic Surgery at (315) 299-5313 or visit the facility at 4900 Broad Road, Physicians Building South 2G, Syracuse, NY, 13215.
Syracuse plastic surgeon Dean DeRoberts MD is board certified, affirmed by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He is also a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and serves on numerous boards and committees. Dr. DeRoberts has been a featured speaker at the annual conference of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons.
DeRoberts Plastic Surgery offers state-of-the-art cosmetic procedures in a comfortable, relaxing environment
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