Christopher J. Davidson, MD
Fraser Medical Building
332 Washington St, Suite 100
Wellesley, MA 02481
Phone: (781) 237-7700
Monday–Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
For More Youthful-Looking Skin
A microlaser peel gives Boston–area patients the opportunity to reveal the smooth, more youthful-looking skin often hidden by worn and damaged outer layers. A precisely controlled laser beam removes the unwanted outermost layer, taking mild wrinkles, some scarring, spots, and irregular pigmentation, and keratoses with it. Patients frequently target skin on their face and neck, though the peel can also be used on hands, the chest, and other areas. A single treatment lasting 15 to 30 minutes can produce visible improvement, though the total number of treatments needed to reach a desired aesthetic goal depends on the individual patient.
Treated skin peels away in the days after a session, and many people feel comfortable returning to work and other daily activities in three or four days when the skin has healed and tone and textural improvements are visible.
Request Your Consultation
If you want to learn more about micropeel treatments and live in Framingham, Newton, or other cities in the Boston area, call Dr. Christopher J. Davidson’s team at (781) 237-7700 or request a consultation.
Dr. Christopher Davidson
Harvard-Trained, Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon
Dr. Christopher Davidson’s patient first approach to aesthetic medicine means that every decision he makes is aimed at achieving the optimal outcome for the patient. This is apparent, not just in the beautiful, natural-looking results he creates, but also in the compassionate care he delivers through every step of the process.
Bring Your Results to Life
Dr. Davidson uses Crisalix 3D imaging software to help you envision your potential results. Check out the results these patients planned—and get started designing your own.View Before & After Photos
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