Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure able to instantly renew the skin with no downtime. The Diamond Tome, which is the newest in microdermabrasion technology, effectively removes the top dead cell layer of skin to reveal a softer, smoother and more radiant complexion. Microdermabrasion can improve the appearance of sun-damage, age spots, fine lines, superficial wrinkles, crow’s feet, light acne scars, and other imperfections.
Microdermabrasion can be particularly beneficial for individuals with oily or acneic skin, mature or dehydrated skin, and anyone with a dull, “lifeless” complexion. The procedure may be performed on all ages and skin types, though it may not be appropriate for patients with severe rosacea.
This simple in-office procedure differs from traditional dermabrasion and only takes about fifteen minutes to complete. It is a painless treatment and does not require anesthesia. Though the skin might be slightly pink shortly after your treatment, clients are able to return to normal activities after the treatment. Optimal results are achieved with a series of Microdermabrasions, often ranging from six to ten. Microdermabrasion can also be very beneficial as a pre-treatment to prepare the skin for a chemical peel during the same visit.
*Client testimonials are based on personal experience. Individual results may vary.
Q – What is microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion is a skin resurfacing procedure which can instantly renew the skin without any downtime. Using the Diamond Tome, the newest in microdermabrasion technology, the top dead cell layer of skin is removed, resulting in a smoother, softer and more radiant complexion. Fine lines, superficial wrinkles, crow’s feet, age spots, acne scars and other blemished can be improved through microdermabrasion.
Q – Who is a candidate for microdermabrasion?
Men and women who are interested in improving the appearance of age- or sun-damaged skin may be good candidates for microdermabrasion. The procedure is particularly effective on oily or acneic skin, mature or dehydrated skin, and dull, “lifeless” complexions. All skin types may be treated, though the procedure may not be appropriate for those with severe rosacea.
Q – Where is the microdermabrasion procedure performed?
Microdermabrasion is performed in Dr. Vitenas’ office.
Q – Is anesthesia used for the microdermabrasion procedure?
Anesthesia is not required for the microdermabrasion procedure.
Q – What is the cost of a microdermabrasion?
A Well-done microdermabrasion treatment can cost between $100 to $150. These treatments are typically 45 minutes to an hour each. Microdermabrasion can sometimes also involve a chemical peel. The condition of your skin will depict if this treatment is right for you, as not everyone is a great candidate, clients with Couperose skin (telegectasia), and Rosacea skin should avoid microdermabrasion and consider other skin rejuvenation treatments.
Q – How long is the procedure time for microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion takes about fifteen minutes to complete. The best results are often achieved with a series of six to ten treatments.
Q – Is microdermabrasion a painful procedure?
No, microdermabrasion is not a painful procedure and does not require anesthesia.
Q – What is the recovery like after microdermabrasion?
There is virtually no downtime associated with microdermabrasion. The skin may appear slightly pink on the day of treatment. Nevertheless, patients are able to resume their normal activities immediately after treatment.
Q – When will I be able to return to work after my microdermabrasion procedure?
Patients are able to immediately return to work after the microdermabrasion procedure.
Q – Are there any risks or possible complications of microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion is a safe procedure associated with few risks.
Q – Is it possible to finance my microdermabrasion procedure?
There are financing options available for plastic surgery procedures, including microdermabrasion.