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Sadiemay
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Fine lines and large furrowed pores - best cosmetic treatment - Please help!
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Hi there,

I am a 32 year old female and over the last 3 years my skin has dramatically deteriorated. I have fine lines and stretched furrowed pores all over my face but mainly cheek area. Is there any cosmetic treatment available such a peel or laser that will help to improve the appearance. I dont care so much about the few acne scars I have it the furrowed wrinkled pores and course texture that bother me most. I was wondering about some kinda of ablative laser resurfacing might help? Any opinions would be appreciated!

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docblinski


Plastic surgeon
Miami, FL
United States
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February 14, 2012 5:59 AM

Fillers + ILP therapy. (more)
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DrEmilyAltman


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Livingston, NJ
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  What to do about fine lines and large pores?
March 8, 2011 6:50 PM

First question I have is why did your skin deteriorate in the last 3 years. If there is an underlying medical condition, that needs to be addressed first before undertaking any cosmetic (more)
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ShanaAurelia0209
  Try Sculptra Skin Treatment
February 13, 2012 9:20 PM

Certain factors, not only aging, such as our diet and lifestyle will have an effect on the condition of our skin, so you must take not of it.
I recommend you try Sculptra, also known as fine line treatment, for it can help to smooth-out deep crease and wrinkles and restore facial volume. Unlike other injectable non surgical treatments, the result with the fine line treatment is gradual and not immediate; hence it takes time to gradually correct the depression in your skin.
You can visit the helpful link below to get more info about Sculptra:
http://www.aurora-skin-clinics.co.uk/sculptra-what-is-it/
Hope this will help :)




 



 

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