Chemical Peels - Non-surgical Treatments for a Healthy Skin Look
Diepenbrock Facial Cosmetic Surgery in Fort Wayne, Indiana
Chemical Peel Procedures
Chemical peels are a time proven way to treat fine lines and wrinkles. It is also useful for getting rid of hyperpigmentation or sunspots. There are many different types of chemical peels. They range from very superficial to much deeper peels.
Dr. Diepenbrock utilizes different peels to meet each patient's needs. Whether the goal is to exfoliate and stimulate healthy and rejuvenated skin or to treat more damaged skin, there is an option nearly everyone.
What do I need to know?
Very superficial peels help to exfoliate damaged skin and stimulate the growth of healthy skin. They may be done every 2-4 weeks for optimal results. Obagi Blue Peel RADIANCE is an in-office procedure taking around 15 minutes. There is minimum to no down time.
Deeper peels are used to treat significantly damaged skin with more laxity and pigmentation changes. Prior to receiving deeper peels, patients must first be treated with topical skin care in order to prepare to the skin for the procedure.
Chemical peels are a tried and true way to address fine lines and wrinkles. They also help to even out skin tone and soften dark spots caused by sun damage. Chemical peels leave the skin refreshed and renewed.
Dr. Diepenbrock offers a variety of chemical peels. These range from very superficial "maintenance treatments" to exfoliate the skin and stimulate healthy and bright skin to deeper, more aggressive skin resurfacing to treat wrinkles, sun damage, and reverse the aging process.
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