Get the results you want with medical aesthetics techniques
You may have noticed a recent influx in medi spas or in the use of medical aesthetics. As one of the fastest growing industries in the world, the field of medical aesthetics has been and will continue to be subject to tremendous change. As the world of advanced skin care and anti-aging services develops and matures, new methods, technologies, and business concepts have continued to emerge.
Why risk going under the knife when you can get non-invasive skincare treatments that are just as or more effective than surgery!
Roughly twenty-five years ago the early medical aesthetic pioneers began to work with energy based devices such as lasers in an effort to hone these technologies into a useful tool that could be utilized to create changes in human tissue. The first accomplishment in this area of research came in the form of the closure of vascular lesions. These include spider veins, or telangiectasia, vascular birthmarks and angiomas. A laser was used to create heat in order to photo-cauterize the broken or dilated capillaries, thus triggering the body’s natural healing process of a damaged structure. This process had been performed for several years prior to this time in ophthalmic surgical procedures, but never previously for a cosmetic benefit.
This breakthrough and the subsequent public demand for laser vascular lesion reduction services led to the establishment of the first of what we now commonly refer to as medical spas. Years later the fundamental concepts that provided for this tremendous shift in the cosmetic medical industry produced new applications and new laser and energy based technologies.
Present day cosmetic medical laser technicians can use a specific form of energy to tighten skin, stimulate the production of collagen to eliminate wrinkles and fine line, remove tattoos or unwanted hair, or a myriad of other highly sought after services. One of the important factors that all of these services have in common is that they can be performed without the use of anesthesia, without the pitfalls of surgery, and with no downtime or recovery period. These are known as non-invasive procedures.