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Thinking About Laser Skin Rejuvenation? Let’s Talk About Nordlys®!

Posted On: January 24, 2017

When we debuted the new Nordlys® laser and light treatment in the spring, we emphasized its versatility and ability to get you in and out of the office quickly, whether you wanted pesky hair removed, a reduction in acne breakouts, or visible leg veins collapsed.

Today, we’re focusing on its laser skin rejuvenation abilities. When it comes to cosmetic surgery, Michigan’s Dr. Brad Bengtson knows that many of his patients want to change the contours of their face—but that they also want to address the look of their skin itself, which requires a different approach. Laser skin rejuvenation is just the thing for anyone who wants to freshen up their overall appearance or further complement the results of a facelift, and the shorter days of winter are ideal times to enjoy the benefits of this treatment.

The light energy emitted by Nordlys® is carefully calibrated to be both effective and safe, targeting cosmetic problems with efficiency. Still, any light-based treatment leaves the skin requiring special attention after the session. Avoiding ultraviolet radiation from the sun is important in the days following a Nordlys® treatment—an easier endeavor when the nights are long and the weather encourages you to stay cozy indoors.

So bring in your birthmarks and liver spots, your fine lines and spider veins. The Bengtson Center team will use Nordlys® to rejuvenate your skin, then send you home to relax by the fire. No matter what your winter plans are, Nordlys® will fit into your schedule without making so much as a ripple in your tea.

Ready for skin rejuvenation? Remember that Nordlys® is not just for faces—it works on hands, too! Call (615) 588-8880 or contact us online to learn more.

Written by Bengtson Center for Aesthetics & Plastic Surgery

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