Turning back the clock with Laser resurfacing

The building blocks of smooth, youthful skin are elastin and collagen—with laser skin revitalization, pulses of light penetrate the skin’s sub-layers, treating its aging support structure. The body’s natural healing process then rebuilds the tissue, with even texture and fewer wrinkles.
Using advanced technology helps people feel young and beautiful again. Our state-of-the-art treatments for laser resurfacing can reduce signs of aging, from wrinkles and crow’s feet to facial veins, fine lines and more.

Author
Neda Motameni, MD Dr. Neda Motameni completed her Internal Medicine residency at State University of New York Health Science Center in Brooklyn, NY. Board certified in Internal Medicine and licensed in Virginia, Maryland, Florida and California. Dr. Motameni's experience expands as a hospitalist, primary care and urgent care provider. She has years of experience in managing acute and chronic illnesses, minor trauma/injuries, laceration repair and more. She practices at Dalewood Medical Center, Woodbridge, VA and Internal Medicine Practice, Vienna, VA.

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