The process in which a doctor performs a cosmetic treatment or procedure on the face to restore the skin’s youthful appearance is referred to as face rejuvenation. These procedures can be either invasive or noninvasive and fall into this category as long as the goal is age reversal. Some invasive procedures that would be considered facial rejuvenation are facelifts, brow and eye lifts, and neck lifts. Noninvasive procedures considered to be facial rejuvenation include botox, dermal fillers, laser resurfacing, and chemical peels.
While each procedure has its own purpose, all of these types of treatments will tighten the skin and reduce the signs of fine lines and wrinkles. Laser resurfacing is currently the most popular face rejuvenation method as it has not only been proven to be effective, but it requires little or no time off work and everyday activities.
Facial laser skin resurfacing is used to eliminate large pores, fine lines, scars, acne marks, sun spots, age spots, wrinkles, and more. These treatments also increase collagen production by creating microscopic damage to the deeper layers of the skin. When the body begins to heal, it stimulates collagen growth as well, which is what gives the skin its elasticity and smooth texture.