acne treatment in Lincoln
offices serve Lincoln and the surrounding area. We offer state-of-the-art dermatology services and a comprehensive range of medical and cosmetic dermatological care. Board certified doctors are here to solve your medical skin problem
or help you look your best. We have a range of tools, techniques and strategies that will rejuvenate your skin and help you look 20 years younger. We are committed to providing you with the highest quality of care for your skin.
We pledge to provide you with superior, individualized, and confidential care starting with a comprehensive consultation and ending with natural looking results. We run an efficient and pleasant practice believing your time is just as valuable as ours. So, call and set up an appointment. That’s the first step toward looking your best.
Clear skins awaits. Isolaz acne treatment is for acne sufferers who have tried lots of remedies but are not satisfied with their results. Call a board cerified dermatologist to help you resolve your stubborn acne problem. We have experience curing pimples, facial bumps, ingrown hairs, blackheads, whiteheads, acne pits and scars. One of the options is the Isolaz laser treatment. Isolaz is a non-surgical treatment for people with mild to severe acne, acne produced pits and scars, as well as discoloration from acne pimples. We have board certified
dermatologists, to help resolve your acne problem. Finally, get the acne treatment that gets results.
What is the Isolaz procedure?
The Isolaz acne treatment uses a painless laser to clean your pores and vacuums the dead skin away simultaneously. It is an FDA approved treatment for acne.
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Isolaz procedure: Before and after[/caption]
Removing all of the dirt, make up and blockage in your pores is the best way to clear up stubborn acne. However, Isolaz laser neutralizes oil and dirt within the pore, the vacuum sucks the toxins out of your pores elevating pore blockage with leads to inflammation (pimples). Isolaz is great solution to address stubborn pimple and scars that remain after outbreaks.
Am I a good candidate for Isolaz treatment?
The procedure is good for anyone who suffers from clogged pores, pimples, black heads, white heads, or cystic acne. In addition, the procedure can be used on a patient's back, neck or shoulders. The Isolaz process is excellent at cleaning the sabaceous gland which naturally produces more oil in the aforementioned areas. Isolaz has produced great results for patients. Their acne, blackheads, and whiteheads have clear up and their confidence has soared.
The acne treatment:
The Isolaz infrared light neutralizes the toxins which blocks the pores that leads to acne. By vacuuming the dirt, oil and toxins out of the pores along with dead skin, this process opens up the pores and prevents acne from forming in the future. The light therapy: is a painless flash of light that goes on and off during the vacuuming process. The lights destroys acne causing bacteria and promotes the healing process of your skin. The laser light also decreases the production of sebaceous gland oil which further decreases breakouts.
Expectations of the treatment:
During the Isolaz acne treatment you will feel a warm but painless sensation as the vacuum/light wand device is rubbed over your skin. This process is repeated again, and again over the treatment area. There have been no cases reporting any level of pain during the Isolaz treatment.
Afterward, you can resume your regular daily activities.
How long is the acne treatment?
The Isolaz face treatment usually takes 45 to 60 minutes. Depending on the severity of your acne it may require several treatments.
Am I a good candidate?
The Isolaz acne laser can be used by everyone. People of all skin colors and types. Men and women, young people and older people, all can benefit from Isolaz treatment.
Results: 85% of people who had the treatment experienced clearer skin. Usually within 24 to 48 hours. These are people who's acne did not respond well to oral or topical remedies.
How much do the Isolaz acne treatments cost?
The cost of the acne treatments range from $200-$350 per session. It may require 5 to 8 treatments to gain the best results. For a total of $1000 to $2500. Typically, medical insurance do not cover this treatment as it is considered an elective/cosmetic procedure.
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Look 10 years younger. Tighten your skin. Eliminate blemishes. Look younger with a dermabrasion or microdermabrasion.
is a non-surgical procedure which exfoliates (takes off) the Stratum Corneum (the top layer of skin) with an abrasive scrubbing tool. Once removed, the remaining skin rejuvenates with skin that is usually smoother, clearer and tighter than before. Dermabrasions go deep below the skin's top layer and thus are performed under the care of a board certified
are similar, but are a cosmetic form of dermabrasions because microdermabrasions do not remove as much of the Stratum Corneum.
There is less risk of skin damage with a microdermabrasion.
Thus, it can be performed by a clinician at a “medi-spa”. Every year, 23,000 women get dermabrasions and about 4,500 men. Whereas over 452,000 women and 28,000 men get microdermabrasions. Microdermabrasions treatments produce fantastic results.
To perform, both the microdermabrasion and dermabrasions are safe, the clinician uses a handheld device with a spinning wheel and rough surface. This abrasive tool is then rubbed on the surface of your face which removes the upper layer of skin. The tool is very similar to sandpaper but various surfaces are used. The resurfacing of the skin can be cause discomfort during the procedure. Specific areas can be targeted or the procedure can be applied over the entire face.
The micro dermabrasion can be administered by an aesthetician or even at a spa. However, a dermabrasion is a much deeper removal of the top layer of skin and must be performed by a board-certified dermatologist/physician.
Below is a quick video that compares microdermabrasions and chemical peels.
What conditions are treated?
Am I good candidate?
You are a good candidate for a dermabrasion if you have sun-dried skin, uneven or blotchy skin, scars, facial wrinkles, acne scars, pits and discoloration.
During and after the procedure your face will likely feel stiff and tight. It will be visually alarming with the bruises produced by the rubbing off the top layer of skin. Some people look as if they have been in a very bad fist fight or car accident. Avoid the temptation to panic. As seen in the before and after photos, your face will heal smoother and tighter than before. You may also experience tightness, as the under layer of skin is slightly less elastic then the Stratum Corneum, the top layer. Your skin will also be slightly red and or swollen. The clinician will likely prescribed an ointment to be applied after the procedure for the pain and swelling.
If you experience long lasting pain or extreme pain then you should contact your physician to find out if your pain is normal or part of a bigger problem.
Post Treatment Expectation
Dermabrasion recovery takes about 7 to 10 days for new skin to form. After six weeks the redness will have subsided and you'll see the results of the treatment. Initially, you should avoid direct sun, swimming and any strenuous physical activity.
Adverse reactions include hematoma or sir, which is blood under your skin, infections, bleeding, scarring, damage to underlying skin and skin sensitivity to microdermabrasions.
Microdermabrasion is a cosmetic procedure and does not require any down time. You can resume your daily routine immediately after the microdermabrasion treatment.
A dermabrasion goes much deeper to resurface your skin down to the college in layer. The downtime is approximately 10 days and this procedure must be performed by a physician. The cost ranges between $1,800-$3,000. The microdermabrasion procedures produces fantastic results.
A microdermabrasion cost is typically $150-$300, depending upon the size of the area treated. It is typically performed by aestheticians and doesn't require board certified medical care.
Because dermabrasions and microdermabrasions are an elective procedure, most medical insurances do not cover the cost. However, if it can be shown that it is the prescribed treatment for precancerous cells or some other skin ailment it may be covered through insurance. Consult with your physician to see if your circumstances could be covered by medical insurance.
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