Resolve to Solve Your Sagging Skin Issues

As the new year begins, you may be making some important resolutions to improve your health and your appearance. If tightening up sagging skin is on your wish list for 2021, now is a good time to learn about your treatment options.

Here at Blaser Medical in Farmington, Utah, Dr. Brett Blaser specializes in providing safe, effective solutions for sagging, wrinkly, droopy skin. Our treatments use state-of-the-art technology to tighten loose skin and restore firmness that will give you a younger, fresher appearance.

Dr. Blaser, a board-certified family physician, would like to share the following information with you about skin tightening procedures.   

About sagging skin

Skin can sag and wrinkle for several reasons. The most common is age. As you get older, it’s normal for your skin to lose collagen and elastin, two proteins that plump skin up and give it a youthful appearance. As collagen and elastin decrease, skin sags and lines and wrinkles become more evident.

Weight loss can also contribute to sagging skin. Losing excess weight is great for your health, but as fat levels go down, skin can appear droopy.  

In the past, plastic surgery offered the only way to address sagging skin. Now, noninvasive, nonsurgical methods like the ones we use here at Blaser Medical provide the results you’re looking for without a high-risk operation.

Laser light technology

Dr. Blaser uses TempSure Envi aesthetic technology to tighten loose skin. TempSure Envi uses laser light to regenerate collagen and freshen your skin. This treatment helps wrinkles, frown lines, smile lines, crow’s-feet, and other imperfections disappear.

TempSure Envi sends pulses of laser light deep into the sublayers of your skin, where it promotes healing and rebuilds tissue. Revitalized skin tissue has a younger look, with fewer wrinkles and a more even texture.  

Treatment with TempSure Envi is an in-office procedure that requires no anesthesia, no incisions, and no downtime. The laser light makes your skin feel warm — in fact, some patients compare it to receiving a hot stone massage.

You’ll start noticing an improvement after just one 45- to 60-minute treatment, although some people require additional treatments. Although you may notice some redness, it usually goes away within a day or two.

As your skin restores collagen during the weeks and months after your treatment, you will continue to notice improvements in your appearance.

Make this your skin’s best year

If you’re resolving to solve your sagging skin issues, we can help. To make an appointment for a consultation, call our office at 385-210-1474 or send us a message via our website.

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