Superficial and medium depth peels are dynamic tools when used as part of office procedures for treatment of acne, pigmentation disorders, and photo-aging. Results and complications are generally related to the depth of wounding, with deeper peels providing more marked results and higher incidence of complications. Complications are also more likely with darker skin types, certain peeling agents, and sun exposure. They can range from minor irritations, uneven pigmentation to permanent scarring. In very rare cases, complications can be life-threatening.
While long summer days may be full of adventure, all that time spent outdoors can mean extensive sun exposure for your skin. As the days start to get shorter and fall months get started, now is the perfect time to start exploring your options for facial rejuvenation. Chemical peels are one particularly effective treatment that can help set your skin up for success when used during the fall. While your summer may have been busy between road trips and weekend getaways, fall is usually when traveling far starts to wind down.
You are alredy logged in with User. Please click on continue to view logged in user details. Medical Assessment Questionnaire Your Medical Assessment Questionnaire needs to be completed prior to your consultation. This information will be solely used for the evaluation of your health and readiness to continue with procedures and treatments. We explain how the various peels work.