March 31, 2012
To help prevent aging and enhance the skin's radiance, Dr. Grant Stevens of The Institute at Marina Plastic Surgery recently added the new Clear + Brilliant laser system to the medical spa's facial rejuvenation menu. Cosmetic.
"I chose the Clear + Brilliant laser system because many of our patients who are in their 20s and 30s want to target those initial signs of aging, such as uneven tone and texture," Dr. Stevens says, " but they don't need dramatic changes, such as a facelift. Los Angeles is an appearance-conscious society, however, and they're smart in recognizing that having glowing, healthy skin can enhance their lives both professionally and personally.
“That's where Clear + Brilliant is ideal. It offers a no-downtime way to gently resurface areas of damaged skin and maintain healthy skin."
The Clear + Brilliant laser treatment is fast and effective. One of The Institute's skin specialists first evaluates the patient’s skin to determine which laser level will be appropriate. I'm very pleased with the flexibility of this new system and the results we're seeing," Dr. Stevens says. "In addition to maintaining or restoring younger patients' smoothly textured and toned skin, the Clear + Brilliant system is excellent for patients of all ages who require only moderate treatment to achieve radiant skin.
”Because we have so many options for rejuvenating our patients' skin, we can combine this laser system with other procedures. I take pride in the way we can customize each patient's treatment so that it achieves their goals."
The medical director of Marina Plastic Surgery Associates, Dr. Stevens founded The Stevens Institute because he recognized a need for professional skin care both before and after surgery...He is a diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery and a fellow of The American College of Surgeons and The International College of Surgeons. Stevens is the director of the USC Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship.
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