The Top Three Things to know about the Syneron Candela CO2RE

Sanova Dermatology is committed to bringing the best and most innovative options to care for their patients. Use of the Syneron Candela CO2RE is just one way the providers on staff are looking after the skin needs of their patients. There is a lot to know when it comes to skin resurfacing procedures, but understanding these three important facets of the Syneron Candela CO2RE will have patients feeling better about their skin, their overall appearance, and themselves.

#1: What is it?

The Syneron Candela CO2RE is a laser system designed to do skin resurfacing and facial rejuvenation. Sanova Dermatology providers are trained and qualified to use this laser.  The hand piece that glides over the face looks like a small tubular device. The Syneron Candela CO2RE provides superior technology that with ease can navigate over a patient’s skin in order to provide complete facial rejuvenation in a single treatment.

#2: How does it work?

Through the use of light  Syneron Candela CO2RE works to reduce the signs of skin aging and alleviate the appearance of wrinkles, acne scars, blemishes, or scars.  It encourages the production of collagen and healthy new skin cells.   It has the ability to treat superficial and deep skin layers simultaneously.

#3: Who needs it?

Any one with concerns about their skin, whether it be deep set wrinkles or scars may be eligible to receive treatment via the Syneron Candela CO2RE. It is important to make an appointment with a medical provider to discuss options and decide if you are a candidate for this treatment.  It is necessary to understand the recovery time period and set expectations.

CO2 laser can truly fight the signs of aging by building collagen,  softening lines and improving texture.  It is a fabulous nonsurgical option.

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