O’Donoghue Dermatology Blog

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Dr O'Donoghue utilizes the latest technological advances and offers his patients the most safe and effective treatments available

One of the ways Dr. O'Donoghue can enhance your appearance is by using the MiXto SX® Fractional C02 Laser for Skin Resurfacing.

This laser combines the effectiveness of Carbon Dioxide lasers with an innovative "quadrant" fractional technology.

One 30 minute treatment with this laser will accomplish more than 3 treatments with traditional CO2 resurfacing. Treatments with this laser do not require general anesthesia and patients experience less discomfort, less downtime, and no harsh side effects.

The cost of treatment with the MiXto SX® Fractional C02 Laser is also significantly less than traditional CO2 resurfacing.

The many benefits are immediate shrinkage of damaged skin, softening of fine lines and wrinkles , removal of age and sun spots, and even new collagen production for up to one year following treatment.

Please contact us for more information.

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