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Skin & Aging Center

Aging causes many skin changes, including sags, wrinkles and altered texture. Medications and procedures can improve the skin's appearance, a process known as facial skin rejuvenation. Damaged skin may be removed (such as through chemical peels and laser resurfacing) or enhanced (such as through Botox injections, soft tissue augmentation, blepharoplasty or fat transfer).

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