Is There a Fits-All Facial Skin Treatment?
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With recent advances in, among others, laser technology and surgical procedures, there seems to be a treatment or two for any possible facial skin issue. It is true. The next logical question then is whether or not there is a treatment that fits to all facial skin woes. The answer, unfortunately, is to the negative side, because cosmetic or surgical treatment basically boils down to the specific skin problem of a certain individual. While there is no single panacea for all facial skin problems, there is a particular remedy for whatever skin situation you have: from wrinkles to dark spots. A leading expert in facial plastic surgery, Dr. Jennifer Parker Porter adheres to the customization of facial skin treatment depending on the specific skin condition and needs of an individual patient. Dr. Porter doesn’t even believe that surgery procedures are always superior to non-surgical treatments. There are instances when non-surgery remedies are particularly sought for and ideal. Once experiencing facial skin problems, the best first step is to consult a Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon like Dr. Porter. With impressive experience and cosmetic skills, Dr. Porter will subject you to a thorough evaluation. She will consider all factors such as your skin type and aesthetic goals. She is well-versed with such problems dealing with skin discoloration, wrinkles, acne, dark spots and dullness, etc. Moreover, she has excellent track record in the skin treatment of patients with dominant ethnic skin features. With the ultimate objective of providing you with a facial treatment that delivers your desired outcome, Dr. Jennifer Porter will deliver to you her recommendations in a friendly yet straightforward manner. Schedule a consultation now with Dr. Porter by calling us at (301) 652-8191 or by submitting this Email Contact Form. The post Is There a Fits-All Facial Skin Treatment? appeared first on Chevy Chase Facial Plastic Surgery.