Photorejuvenation & IPL facial rejuvenation explained in new Dr Lycka video
Edmonton cosmetic dermatologist Dr Barry Lycka explains what is photorejuvenation and how light sources such as Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) are used to rejuvenate facial skin and repair skin damage, in his latest video released 09Oct13.
09 October 2013, Edmonton, Alberta
Photorejuvenation is the term for a cosmetic procedure which uses sources of light to rejuvenate and repair facial skin. Problems caused by sun damage or aging such as blood vessels, or other red and brown tones can be repaired using lasers, intense pulsed light (IPL) or broad based light (BBL).
As part of a series of short educational videos on skin problems and skin care, Edmonton cosmetic dermatologist Dr Barry Lycka has released this new video, to explain the ideas behind photorejuvenation and the benefits of using it for facial skin rejuvenation.
About Dr Barry A.S. Lycka
Barry A. S. Lycka, Edmonton based Cosmetic Dermatologist, is one of North America’s foremost authorities on cosmetic surgery, skin cancer surgery, reconstructive surgery and laser surgery of the skin. He founded YourCosmeticDoctor.tv to be an unbiased source of credible information on cosmetic surgery.
He also broadcasts the Inside Cosmetic Surgery Today webtalkradio show as an un-biased and detailed source of credible information on cosmetic surgery. He interviews world-leading experts, gets the inside story on the controversial aspects of cosmetic surgery and uncovers & explains new techniques and products.
For further information on this series or any other questions relating to Cosmetic Dermatology, Dr Lycka can be contacted via his website barrylyckamd.com or by telephone at his Edmonton office.
- Contact Information
- Marilyn White
- Office Manager
- Dr Lycka Professional Corporation
- (1) (780) 425-1212
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