Microdermabrasion treatment can help rejuvenate and restore your appearance as well as your sprits by dramatically improving skin tone and texture.
Microdermabrasion can be used to treat a variety of skin conditions including acne, stretch marks, acne scars, age spots, enlarged pores, wrinkles, or rosacea. For those struggling with mild to moderate acne, microdermabrasion can also be effective. If you’re noticing premature signs of aging such as skin discoloration and sun damage, microdermabrasion is a preferred way to gently remove dry and damaged skin.
As an acne treatment, microdermabrasion is successful because of how well it treats the pores. When pores are relieved of dirt, oil and dead skin, acne can heal more quickly. Also, when dead skin cells are wiped away, acne causing bacteria cannot survive as easily.
Microdermabrasion is one of the most popular, time-proven methods of consistent skin care that can provide results after even one treatment, is low risk and requires minimal downtime. It’s effective on its own, but microdermabrasion can also be combined with chemical peels and laser or light-based treatments, consistently removing dead surface skin to provide even greater results.
Microdermabrasion provides the following benefits:
Microdermabrasion treatments are available at our Newton and Wichita area offices.
Mohs Micrographic Surgery is a state-of-the-art procedure for skin cancer which offers the highest potential for complete tumor removal and recovery – even if the skin cancer has been previously treated by another method and recurred. The microscopic analysis of resected tissue margins allows Dr. Lovelle to track the removal of the cancer and ensure the complete elimination of all tumor roots. As tumors often extend below intact normal-appearing skin (like the roots of a tree) this procedure allows Dr. Lovelle to see beyond the visible tumor to ensure its complete removal.
Chemical peels (often called chemosurgery) use a chemical solution to remove the top layers of damaged skin. New cells, formed during healing, produce a tighter, more youthful-looking skin. Chemical peels have proven successful in restoring wrinkled, sun-damaged and blemished skin, and may be applied to the entire face, or to specific areas such as the mouth or forehead.
Sun exposure seems to play a role in the development of moles and may even play a role in the development of atypical, or dysplastic, moles. Dr. Susan Lovelle frequently removes moles, or nevi, especially they are suspected of being pre-cancerous. Moles are also often removed if they are protruding and cause irritation, to achieve smoother, clearer skin, and to enhance appearance and improve self-esteem.
eyebrow, eyelash tinting
facial and body waxing