Your Best Face Forward
November 10, 2017
Dr. Sabini has been working with patients for decades. In that time his expertise has evolved, as has the size and scope of work the practice carries out each day. The office was opened 39 years ago in a space that was only 750 sq ft with just two employees. Today we work out of a 20,000 sq ft facility with 11 physicians, 5 physician assistants, 4 aestheticians and over 100 support staff. The need for our services has grown year by year, and we have risen to meet that challenge with a dedicated team of professionals, backed by experience.
We offer a wide range of options to fit your needs, budget and comfort level, as well as your overall goal. Aesthetician services are always popular, and offer great results. To start we offer a complimentary skin consultation to educate you on our offerings. From there you can take advantage of services like laser hair removal, intense pulsed light or IPL (photogenesis), acutip, laser genesis, isolaz, microdermabrasion, chemical peels and extractions. To learn more about these services in more detail, click here.
The aging process brings about changes to our bodies in every aspect, some we can control more than others. Laser surfacing is another option you can explore on your road to putting your best face forward. Dr. Sabini utilizes the Matrix CO2 laser to help reduce the appearance of lines. The treatments vary based on your individual needs and goals. Resurfacing uses quick bursts of light delivered in a scanning pattern to remove thin layers of the epidermis and dermis, revealing smoother more youthful skin. To learn more about this option, click here.
Chemical peels are another choice in our line up of options to help reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, mild scars, sun damage, age spots, freckles and dark patches (melasma). The face, neck and hands are the typical areas of focus when going with this option. Before you can have any type of chemical peel, you must schedule a consult so that we may offer our expert opinion as you explore options. There are several types of peels you’ll want to learn about such as jessner’s, gloss peel, vi peel, tca peel and phenol peel. With that many choices out there, you’ll definitely want to schedule a consult. For more information on chemical peels, click here.