Originating in Europe, Dr. Tcheupdjian has introduced the micro-dermabrasion procedure into his practice for the treatments of acne, scars, and multiple aging signs in the face and body in our Chicago location. This non-surgical treatment gently and effectively removes excess dead skin cells, which have accumulated leading to an undesirable and unhealthy skin appearance seen through acne lesions, pockmarks, elevated scars, wrinkles, and uneven pigment.
Combining the latest technologies with Dr. T’s own innovative Microabltalive techniques, the acne treatment is non-invasive, lasts only twenty minutes, and the patient is able to return to a busy schedule directly after. For these reasons, Dr. “T” has coined microderm as “Lunch-Time Cosmetic Surgery”
By utilizing tiny micro-crystals and surface paddles, the dead skin layers are gently vacuumed away, enabling the underlying skin layers to thrive or breath again. The removal of dead skin (or advancing cellular turnover) will cause fresh young skin cells to be produced creating a balanced and even skin tone/complexion.
The non-aluminum crystals and vibration technique ensure the accuracy and customization of each acne treatment. This also enhances patient comfort by eliminating the deep scratching and particle shooting.
It finally delivers a deep stimulation to the dermal skin layers leading to desired collagen production. This development of regenerated collagen, coupled with the new cellular growth, will reveal a more even appearance by filling in pocked areas and sanding down skin tissue hosted in the elevated scars.
Consecutive treatments are recommended to eventually erase acne’s aftermath along with other scarring, fine lines, while promoting a balanced even pigment in the face.
- Short four-week acne treatment (6-8 sessions)
- 15-20 Minutes acne treatment session with absolutely no downtime in our convenient Chicago location
- Non-system and drug-free
- No side effects/Pain free
- Suitable for all breakout areas (face, neck, chest, shoulders and back)
- Sensitive enough for thick bearded patients