More on Microdermabrasion

There are two kinds of microdermabrasion treatments. One approach involves a hand-held device that streams tiny crystals across your skin. An attached vacuum simultaneously suctions those exfoliating crystals back into the machine, along with the dead or loosened skin.

The latest approach uses a diamond-tip wand that is gently moved across your skin to exfoliate. Each treatment will last about a half hour. You may feel a mild scratching as the procedure removes the superficial skin cells. Additionally, you will notice a vibrating sensation akin to a massage. There is also a suction mechanism to lift off the dead skin. Dr.Fisher invariably recommends a special moisturizer or facial product to enhance and prolong your result. You need to consult with Dr.Fisher or our expert nursing staff in person.

Any discomfort experienced as part of microdermabrasion is usually short-lived. This can include redness and swelling, which should subside within a few hours. Later, you can expect the skin to be flaky and dry for several days. Additional rare risks may include bruising, which can occur as a result of the suction, but does not last more than 2-3 days. Post-microdermabrasion, your skin will be more sensitive to sun exposure. Therefore, please use sunscreen, especially immediately following a microdermabrasion session. (viz. Dr.Fisher’s video advice on U-Tube)

Your polished new look should be long-lasting, depending on the severity of your skin damage and the number of treatments that you receive. Many people have two microdermabrasion treatments per month at first and then one per month as part of a maintenance plan. Finally, facial microdermabrasion is sometimes performed with no medical oversight, often in conjunction with facial spa treatments. However, the only way to prevent unwanted, unwarranted complications is to consult with a specialized expert. Dr.Fisher’s focus encompasses all facial and dermal problems, and he is indubitably the authority you need to consult if you have any questions, doubts or worries.

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