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Fractional Laser Resurfacing in Montgomery and Bucks County

We all want great results, but few of us are willing to commit to a long recovery period following a skin resurfacing treatment. This is one of the reasons why double-board certified dermatologist Dr. Margo Weishar often recommends Fraxel resurfacing treatments to her patients. The arrival of fractional laser technology has been one of the most exciting advances in dermatology in the last few years, allowing patients to achieve great results without the downtime associated with other treatments.

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Exceptional Results

As a highly regarded speaker for Cutera, Dr. Weishar has the knowledge and experience required to perform effective Fraxel skin treatments on patients from Bucks and Montgomery Counties. Our fractional laser treatments offer unparalleled aesthetic enhancements and long lasting results. Dr. Margo Weishar is the leading dermatologist and provider of fractional laser technology in the Montgomery County and Bucks County area.

How Fraxel Laser Resurfacing Works

Fractional refers to the breaking up of the beam of laser into tiny microbeams. These microbeams work by creating microscopic “wounds” in the skin, while leaving columns of healthy tissue to promote rapid recovery. Bucks County dermatologist, Dr. Weishar’s Fraxel laser sessions essentially simulate a wound response, causing the body to generate the production of new and healthier skin cells.

Fraxel laser treatments are effective against blemishes in the skin caused by acne, fine lines, pores, pigment and improves texture, tone and color. Fractional Resurfacing is also effective in improving the appearance of scars, whether they are new or old scars resulting from surgery or trauma. Fractional laser resurfacing fades scarring & wrinkles and boosts collagen production.

Benefits of Laser Skin Resurfacing

Our Fraxel laser resurfacing procedure is designed to improve your skin’s quality and restore your natural, balanced tone. When performed by a board-certified cosmetic dermatologist, such as Dr. Weishar, the laser treatment also helps minimize fine lines and wrinkles and carries the following advantages:

  • Dramatically reduces common signs of aging
  • Improves skin on the hands, neck, face & chest
  • Fades sun damage and acne scarring
  • Fast recovery time
  • Results last for a few years
  • Can be combined with a neck or facelift

Fraxel Laser Treatments & Recovery Time

Dr. Weishar’s advanced technology allows for precise treatment and efficient healing time. The number of treatments depends a number of conditions, and a proper treatment plan will be determined at your consult. According to your individualized skin concerns, typically 3-6 treatments are necessary for optimal improvement.

Since Fraxel laser treatments are a non-invasive option, recovery time following your Fraxel treatment in Montgomery County is minimal. In certain instances, there may be slight swelling or irritation, but this subsides within a few days of treatment. Oral and topical medications are offered to help improve comfort after laser treatments.

As your skin heals, a smoother complexion and refreshed appearance will be revealed. Our patients generally experience improvement immediately and enjoy beautiful results in the months to follow.

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Why choose Springhouse Dermatology and Aesthetics?

Dr. Margo Weishar is a board-certified dermatologist who specializes in aesthetic medicine and serves the Bucks County and Montgomery County areas. Her extensive experience, expertise, and dedication to her clients ensures that you will receive the best treatment available with premiere results. To find out more about Fraxel Laser Treatments, please call us (215) 542-0655 or book a consultation with us.

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