Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser Resurfacing at UFP

Laser Resurfacing: Everything You Need To Know For Your Skin Type

You have probably heard of the term laser resurfacing, but you aren’t quite sure what it means. Laser treatments tend to have people hesitant, as it sounds aggressive with long periods of downtime. UFP Aesthetics is here to educate you on a variety of treatments and what they can do for you.  We have researched …

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The Best Treatments For ‘Smokers Lines’ Around The Mouth

What are the best treatments for smokers lines? This is a common question many patients ask Utah Facial Plastics providers during their consultations. Fine lines around the lips – often referred to as “smoker lines” – are common with aging or even repetition of pursing a straw, and definitely worse for those that actually have …

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Questions to ask before getting CO2 laser resurfacing

If you are looking for an incredible treatment for fine lines and wrinkles, dark spots, acne scars and overall tone and texture, this is the skin resurfacing treatment for you! We are answering the most common questions individuals have prior to having fractional CO2 laser resurfacing. What is CO2 laser resurfacing? Our CO2 laser is …

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Everything you need to know about CO2 laser skin resurfacing

Fractional CO2 laser resurfacing is able to treat many skin conditions, including moderate to severe wrinkles, scars, pigmentation and uneven skin tone. This treatment is done at our Layton location by Drs. Thompson and Henstrom. This type of laser skin resurfacing has a shorter length of downtime and less risk of complication than traditional laser …

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How to Prolong the Results of Laser Skin Resurfacing

Our skin goes through many changes as we age. Genetics is only one factor that influences how our skin looks as we get older. The sun also contributes to our aging process, as does our diet and even our tendency to frown or make certain facial expressions. Sure, there are injectables to correct wrinkles and …

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Chemical Peel Vs. a Laser Treatment: Which is Best For Your Skin?

Looking to improve the appearance of your skin but not sure which treatment option is right for you? Chemical peels and various laser treatments are highly popular options that address skin issues in different ways.They both have the same goal, which is to improve the appearance of your skin. So how do these treatments differ …

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What Is The Cost for Laser Skin Resurfacing?

Laser skin resurfacing treatments are minimally invasive procedures that reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, improve skin texture and tone, and will also help tighten the skin. We offer two different types of laser skin resurfacing, Venus Viva and fractional CO2 laser resurfacing. This month we are offering 20% off both of …

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What Kind of Skin Resurfacing is Right for Me?

It isn’t necessary to sit through years of aging, just waiting until the day you decide to have cosmetic surgery to rejuvenate your face. As we’ve discovered through the past several years of research, there are innumerable ways to slow the aging process. Sometimes, patients can do such a good job of this that they …

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