Taking care of one’s skin leads to a steady stream of compliments, just like hanging out with Grandma’s knitting group. Augment compliment collections with today's Groupon: for $899, you get a laser skin-resurfacing at Akron Area Oral, Maxillofacial, and Facial Cosmetic Surgery Center (a $2,500 value).
Dr. Santin and his skilled staff restore skin's youthful appearance, tone, and texture with fractional Lumenis laser technology and a variety of other aesthetic services. Erase surface signs of aging and hyperpigmentation with an ActiveFX fractional laser procedure, or target deeper wrinkles and Jenga-related scars with a DeepFX treatment. During both treatment methods, light shines down on skinscapes, smoothing as it goes, while leaving patches of untouched cells to expedite the healing process. Fractional laser technology also boosts the production of collagen, meaning appearances will continue to improve for up to six months following the procedure. Lulled into a state of blissful by intravenous sedation, patients reach a level of comfort akin to a python napping in the gutter of a bowling lane. After either treatment, patients return home armed with detailed home care instructions and should be ready to resume wearing makeup or painting tiny mouths on their eyelids after one week of healing.
Akron Area Oral, Maxillofacial & Facial Cosmetic Surgery Center
During his three decades of dental experience, which included a six-year stint as a general dental officer for the United States Air Force, Dr. John N. Santin has seen a lot of smiles. And from both of his Akron Area Oral, Maxillofacial & Facial Cosmetic Surgery Center offices, Dr. Santin continues to gaze at pearly whites, keeping teeth healthy and bright with surgical and cosmetic dentistry services including corrective jaw surgery, wisdom-teeth extractions, and bone grafting. But teeth aren’t the only thing on Dr. Santin’s mind. He also provides his patients with a range of cosmetic treatments, from rhinoplasty and facial implants to Botox injections and chemical peels. The offices even come equipped with advanced ActiveFX and DeepFX fractional lasers, which are designed to blast away layers of sun damage, dead skin cells, and temporary tattoos that seeped down into the dermal layer.