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What Treatments are Available for Sun Damage?

Sun damage can sneak up on you – and unfortunately, by the time sun damage symptoms show themselves, it can often feel like it’s too late to reverse what’s been done to your complexion.

But there’s good news: at Physician Skin Solutions, we have plenty of treatments that can help minimize signs of sun damage. Let’s take a look at those procedures now, including how sun damage occurs in the first place.

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Sun Damage Treatments Available at Physician Skin Solutions

At Physician Skin Solutions, we specialize in procedures, treatments, and technologies that can help you get the skin you’ve always wanted.

Take a look at our menu of sun damage treatments, which include:

  • Iconic Skin Rejuvenation (ISR) our latest treatment for the treatment of red and brown spots, rosacea, acne, and more. This treatment helps fade those red spots and uneven skin tone that can often appear with sun damage.
  • IPL Photofacial to improve overall skin tone and sun damage, especially with regards to hyperpigmentation and brown spots.
  • Chemical Peels, Microdermabrasion and more provide fresh skin for both maintenance and prevention, as well as the minimization of moderate to severe signs of sun damage (brown spots, uneven skin tone, broken skin vessels, etc.)
  • CO2 Laser Resurfacing to treat severe sun damage and hyperpigmentation.

Consultations Available Now

Physician Skin Solutions at Arrowhead

Take the first step. Get your questions answered by meeting with one of our knowledgeable medical staff at Physician Skin Solutions for an in-person consultation. Simply fill out the form on this page, and one of our experienced team members will reach out to you promptly to schedule your consultation.

Why Does Sun Damage Occur?

Sun damage tends to accumulate over a period of time, usually as the result of sunburns or being exposed to harmful UV rays without sunscreen protection. Sun damage can start building up as early as your teenage years but only show symptoms years later. The more sunburns and exposure you’ve experienced over the years, the more likely it is that you’ll develop sun damage symptoms.

What are the Signs of Sun Damage?

Sun damage symptoms can show up on your face, hands, chest, and any other body region that’s been exposed to UV rays. Signs of sun damage can include:

  • Excessive hyperpigmentation
  • Age spots and brown spots
  • Uneven skin tone and texture
  • The premature appearance of wrinkles and lines

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Take the First Step – Request a Consultation

Schedule a consultation with Physician Skin Solutions at Arrowhead today by filling out the form on our website or by calling our office directly at 1-(602) 661-0234.

Physician Skin Solutions serves the greater Glendale, AZ area.

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