New York, NY, March 01, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- NYC board-certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Mark Schwartz, now offers a simple, non-surgical solution for treating troublesome acne scars - ProFractional Therapy. Dr. Schwartz took a few moments to introduce this exciting treatment.
"Even after acne symptoms have cleared up, patients are often left facing a serious new problem, which is acne scarring," explains Dr. Schwartz. "Often just as embarrassing as acne symptoms themselves, the cutting edge Sciton ProFractional Laser offers a simple, effective and minimally-invasive solution. This laser can treat many skin types, including patients with darker complexions.
"Working to soften scars and promote better skin texture, ProFractional Therapy combines the benefits of fractional laser resurfacing with a fully-customizable approach," explains Dr. Schwartz. "Never 'one size fits all,' a ProFractional treatment is tailored to each patient's unique medical needs - deeper scars can be treated more aggressively and shallow scars less so."
Asked to share some of the feedback he's been receiving from patients, Dr. Schwartz added this: "When it comes to ProFractional Therapy, our patients have been simply thrilled with their results. Not only are they seeing a great improvement in their skin, but they love that the downtime of the procedure can be tailored to their needs." He also pointed out that patients usually require several treatments to achieve the maximal benefits.
Explaining how patients can find out more about this exciting acne scar solution, Dr. Schwartz concluded with this: "ProFractional Therapy is a treatment that truly lives up to its reputation: 'incredible results and minimal downtime.' We encourage anyone living with acne scars to explore this treatment and find out what it could do for them."
About Dr. Schwartz
Dr. Mark Schwartz is a board certified plastic surgeon in Manhattan. With nearly two decades of practice experience, Dr. Schwartz is recognized as one of "America's Top Plastic Surgeons" by the Consumer Research Council of America.
Board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, Dr. Schwartz received his medical degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine, where he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. After completing his general surgery residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical School, he obtained his plastic surgery training at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Cornell Medical Center where he is currently on staff.
His office can be reached at 212-737-9090 or http://www.drmarkschwartz.com/
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