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microdermabrasion oakville

The fastest and easiest way to quickly refresh your skin and boost the effects of your customized medical skincare program is a microdermabrasion treatment. The comfortable in-clinic procedure is designed to clarify your complexion and empower your skin to make it healthier and more resilient.

While microdermabrasion is often recommended as a complement to other skincare treatments, it can also be used alone to dramatically reduce the signs of aging and environmental damage. One session is able to soften lines and and revitalize skin tone, colour and texture with little to no downtime. You'll also experience a beautiful glow. For this reason, many of our patients find it to be the perfect way to prep their skin for when they need to look their best.

Refresh your complexion. Call Briarwood Cosmetic Surgical Centre at 905-849-4282 to book your microdermabrasion appointment. Our medical estheticians have performed hundreds of beautifying microdermabrasion treatments since our establishment in 1996. We are dedicated to your safety and as such, your skin will be assessed before you undergo treatment to make sure your concerns may be effectively addressed without compromising your welfare.

Microdermabrasion works by gently sweeping your skin with pure mineral crystals of the finest grade, brushing away damaged surface cells and debris. The treatment encourages the natural renewal process of fresh skin cells and collagen, while at the same time improving your skin's ability to absorb the therapeutic qualities of all the skincare products you use. For areas of particular concern, the intensity may be adjusted to be more effective.

Microdermabrasion is an ideal solution to reduce the visibility of pores, address uneven skin textures, smooth away fine lines and even out pigmentation conditions, both existing and have yet to surface.

Memberships and Qualifications held by Dr. Stephen Brown

Dr. Stephen Brown is affiliated with a number of prominent professional organizations. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the Canadian Society of Plastic Surgeons as well as a member in good standing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, where he also serves as an Expert Witness. In addition, he is a member of the American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery.

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