Skin Resurfacing for Skin, Vein & Hair Treatments

Skin Resurfacing is a skin rejuvenation treatment to reduce the appearance of aging or to treat certain skin conditions.

Skin Resurfacing Treatments can make a dramatic improvement in the way you look. For relatively little effort, you could take years off of your appearance.

Treatment intensity varies and is customized to meet your skin needs. During a consultation, we will review recommendations and options with you.

Signature Dermatology and Aesthetics is proud to offer:


A state-of-the-art resurfacing laser that combines two wavelengths in one treatment.

One wavelength gently vaporizes the surface of the skin to improve skin texture, pore size, and freckles. The second wavelength penetrates deeper into the skin to stimulate collagen and treat wrinkles and scars.

Targets Wrinkles, ​Fine lines, Aging, Skin Texture, Acne Scars (Photo 2 Months Post 1 tx, Courtesy of Lemmon Ave Plastic Surgery)

Halo Before and After

BBL Hero

Pulsed broad band light to correct red and brown skin discoloration ​from sun damage.

We have the newest technology designed to be more effective over fewer treatments ​with minimal downtime, and to treat large areas of sun-damaged skin on the body in addition to the face.

Targets Sun Damage, Freckles, Rosacea, Redness, Blood Vessels, Uneven Skin Tone (Photo 1 Month Post 1 tx Courtesy of Robert Bowen, MD)

BBL Hero Before and After

Sylfirm X

Unique Radiofrequency Microneedling device with Dual Wave Technology. 

One mode safely treats increased pigmentation and blood vessels, and separate settings are used for skin tightening and lifting. Safe for all skin types. Treatments are quick with minimal discomfort and recovery. 

Targets Skin Tightening, Neck and Jowl Lifting, Stretch Marks, ​ Acne and Scar Treatment, Melasma/Pigmentation.

Slyfirm Before and After

Aquagold Fine Touch Microneedling + Microfusion Treatment

For fine lines, smaller pores, and a serious glow. Get that glow with Aquagold!

Aquagold Fine Touch is a step up from traditional microneedling procedures, dermal fillers, or injections. It covers a larger treatment area and delivers healing and rejuvinating solutions deep into the dermis.

Get that glow for your next event through a series of Aquagold treatments at our special introductory price!


Concerned about side effects of oral medications for acne? TheraClear is FDA cleared for mild to moderate acne.

Using a suction cup and broad band light, TheraClear can treat a wide variety of acne lesions from blackheads, whiteheads to pustules. Pore size can be reduced and redness from the acne can be decreased.

Treatments are very comfortable, under 15 minutes, and you can go right back to work or school.

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What is Skin Resurfacing Used For?

We offer a wide variety of skin resurfacing treatments and many conditions respond very well to skin resurfacing, such as:

  • Overgrowth of hair
  • Acne scars
  • Hyperpigmentation (age spots)
  • Skin lesions, warts or scars
  • Wrinkles or fine lines
  • Sagging skin/jowls
  • Spider veins, broken capillaries or vascular lesions
  • Rosacea
  • Birthmarks

There are even more skin conditions that may warrant consideration of skin resurfacing. Talk to your dermatologist at Signature Dermatology and Aesthetics to see if skin resurfacing may be right for you.

Am I a Candidate For Skin Resurfacing?

Skin resurfacing is effective for many conditions, including those brought about by lifestyles and habits.

If you regularly sunbathe or have a history of drinking or smoking, you may need treatment for sun damage, wrinkles, and broken capillaries. Skin resurfacing is not preventative, so if you indulge in the same kind of behaviors, the initial problem will return.

The best candidates for skin resurfacing are those who are willing to do more to protect their skin. That way, the results will be lasting.

There are others who might not respond well to skin resurfacing treatments. This includes those who:

  • Are currently taking certain acne medications
  • Are vulnerable to excess scarring
  • Are pregnant
  • Are taking blood-thinning medication or aspirin daily
  • Have certain skin resurfacing disorders
  • Are prone to sunburns or who currently have a tan or sunburn
  • Have active acne breakouts
  • Are dark-skinned

Your dermatologist will advise you as to whether or not you are a good candidate for skin resurfacing. Often, the reason someone isn’t a good candidate has to do with the potential for visible scarring after treatment. But all in all, a healthy individual with relatively good skin and no underlying conditions can expect to be a good candidate for this treatment.

Skin resurfacing is FDA-approved and has been shown to be highly effective over the decades. Why not see for yourself what skin resurfacing can do for your skin?

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