Non-Ablative Laser Skin Resurfacing (Wrinkles /Scar Treatment/Melasma) in Chevy Chase MD?
The Zatezalo Group’s fractional non-ablative Cynosure Icon™ 1540 nm Erbium: Glass XD/XF laser is safe for all skin types and aids in the reduction of most fine lines and wrinkles, scars, and melasma. The treatment is quick and is performed with local anesthetic in the office in Chevy Chase MD by Dr Z, a board-certified fellowship trained oculofacial plastic cosmetic surgeon.
- Fine lines and wrinkles occur as our connective tissues (collagen and elastin) breakdown. The wrinkles occur as we lose the structure and support within our skin. The 1540nm Erbium:Glass laser stimulates neo-collagenesis (production of new collagen fibers) leading to the reduction of skin irregularities.
- Scars result from violation of the protective barrier of the skin. The disruption in the skin can result from surgical wounds, trauma, or inflammatory processes such as acne. Scars result from disorganized collagen fibers that are rapidly laid down to protect the underlying tissue. The 1540nm Erbium:Glass laser helps to create more organized collagen, hence reducing the appearance of scars.
- Melasma results from unknown causes, but estrogen and progesterone sensitivity are associated with melasma. Stress and thyroid disease are also thought be a cause of melasma. The 1540 nm Eribum:Glass laser has been proven to improve the severity of melasma. There are also several topical treatments and other means to reduce the severity of melasma.
After the procedure, the skin will appear mildly red, swollen and warm for about 3-4 days. With the Cynosure Icon™ 1540 nm Erbium: Glass XD/XF, most patients can return to their daily activities immediately. Several sessions are often needed to obtain desired results in Chevy Chase MD.
At The Zatezalo Group in Chevy Chase MD, Dr Z is the only board certified oculofacial cosmetic surgeon that will perform your laser and light treatment.
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Chevy Chase is the name of both a town and an unincorporated census-designated place (CDP) in Montgomery County, Maryland. In addition, a number of villages in the same area of Montgomery County include “Chevy Chase” in their names. These villages, the town, and the CDP share a common history and together form a larger community colloquially referred to as “Chevy Chase”. This community is roughly centered on Connecticut Avenue north of the District of Columbia and also includes a neighborhood of Washington, D.C., called Chevy Chase.