Orange County patients who are looking to revitalize their appearance and refresh their face may want to consider a chemical peel. Dr. Kevin Sadati offers the chemical peel to his Newport Beach patients, and has found that this non-surgical cosmetic procedure has become increasingly popular recently. This highly-effective procedure renews facial skin by destroying old, dead, damaged and dry skin and allowing it to peel from the face.
What is a Chemical Peel?
The chemical peel is a non-surgical procedure that is designed to refresh the skin on a person’s face. During this procedure, Dr. Kevin Sadati applies a unique chemical compound to the entire face. Local anesthesia is often used in order to make patients as comfortable as possible. The effects of the chemical peel are not immediate. The compound that is applied to the face, initially, makes a person’s face look burned, and the skin on the face becomes thicker. However, the procedure is completed when 7-10 days later the person’s skin begins to peel. At that time, fresh, new and vibrant skin is revealed. Patients typically relish in the fact that they have a healthy glow once again and that they look younger and more energized.
Am I a Good Candidate for a Chemical Peel?
The best candidates for the chemical peel are in overall good health. In addition, they have facial skin that has been damaged by the sun or is beginning to show signs of aging. People who have dark spots, skin discoloration, and acne scars may benefit from the chemical peel procedure. Dr. Kevin Sadati will help you determine if you are a good candidate for this procedure during your initial consultation appointment.
What are the Benefits of the Chemical Peel?
There are many benefits associated with the chemical peel, with the largest benefit being that skin looks healthy and rejuvenated again. This procedure also removes dark spots and damaged skin, which many patients enjoy. It is an affordable procedure that can be completed in the doctor’s office.
What Possible Risks are Associated with this Procedure?
The largest risk associated with the chemical peel is scarring, however, patients who choose to work with an expert cosmetic surgeon such as Dr. Kevin Sadati do not have to worry about these risks. Dr. Kevin Sadati is a board certified surgeon who is skilled at completing this procedure.
The chemical peel provides patients with powerful, temporary results. The results of the chemical peel typically last anywhere from 4-8 weeks, and long-term results can be achieved through routine skin care maintenance. To find out more information about the chemical peel and to see if it is the right non-surgical cosmetic procedure for you, set up a free cosmetic consultation with Dr. Kevin Sadati today.