Wrinkle Removal Treatment

Fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes and mouth during the aging process are the reason why many men and women are choosing wrinkle removal. Although it doesn’t have the same lasting effects as most plastic surgery (facelifts), it has many benefits.

There are many low-risk procedures available for wrinkle removal treatment. The following techniques are popular treatments to combat the normal aging process, as well as sun and other skin damages.

Wrinkle Removal Procedure

Periorbital and perioral wrinkle treatment uses a fractional ablative laser to generate areas of ablation bordered by residual layers of tissue coagulation, which are then surrounded by healthy tissue. The healthy tissue surrounding the areas permit rapid reepithelialization of the epidermis in as little as 12 hours.

The procedure is relatively quick, and ranges in length anywhere from a few minutes to 1 ½ hours depending on the area being covered. Patients are given a local anesthetic and put under sedation. They are awake, but relaxed. However, for extensive treatment the physician may prefer to use a general anesthesia, which will allow patients to sleep through the procedure.

Recovery timeframe and suggestions

Wrinkle removal recovery time depends on the chosen method. Most wrinkle removal options involve very little to no recovery time. Many are touted for being non-invasive with no downtime.

Wrinkle removal time requirements depend on the chosen method. One treatment or session could take as little as 10-15 minutes to perform or up to 60 minutes.


*Disclaimer-“There is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary from person to person.”

This wrinkle treatment smoothes out existing wrinkles, corrects pigmentation irregularities and encourages new collagen growth. Better still, Enhanced Skin Rejuvenation can be carried our during your lunch break, so you’ll be able to get back to work immediately after your wrinkle treatment is over.