Sun Damage Treatment

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At Rendon Center Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine, we work routinely with Boca Raton, Florida area patients with a wide range of general, medical, and cosmetic dermatology needs. Many of our patients come to us with concerns about sun damaged skin. Sun damaged skin can result in pigmentation concerns that may impact the way a patient looks. It may lead them to consider what cosmetic options are available to them to lessen the pigmentation while restoring the health of their skin. Our team is pleased to provide a variety of sun damage treatment options for patients to choose from.

Can sun damaged skin be repaired?

With the help of a quality dermatologist, many patients can seek reversal of sun-damaged skin. Restoring a youthful look and feel to the skin is top priority for our team. We also educate patients on how to protect their skin from sun damage over the course of time, including information about proper sunscreen products and ways to reduce UV exposure.

What about skin cancer?

Sun exposure increases a patient’s risk of developing skin cancer, so it is wise that patients treat areas of sun damage while also reducing their exposure to UV rays that can contribute to these risks. We recommend that all patients, regardless of age and health, have routine, annual skin cancer screenings with a qualified dermatologist.

What treatments are available for sun damaged skin?

The team at Rendon Center Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine offer a wide range of treatments that work in addressing sun-damaged skin. Below are just a few of the rejuvenation services that might be suggested for these patients:

  • Cryotherapy
  • Prescription medications
  • Chemical peels
  • Laser therapies
  • Microdermabrasion

How do I learn more about what sun-damaged treatments will work for me?

If you have sun-damaged skin and want to seek treatment with a dermatological professional, it might be time to book a consultation visit with the team at the Rendon Center of Boca Raton, FL. Call (561) 750-0544 to request an appointment at 1001 NW 13th Street, Ste. #100. We are here to assist with general and cosmetic dermatology needs for new and existing patients, and provide a selection of treatments for sun-damaged skin.

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