Renaissance Laser and Vein Institute offers the new Titan Procedure for firming up sagging skin

The Renaissance Laser and Vein Institute offers patients the new Titan Procedure to treat stretch marks and sagging skin like never before. Thanks to recent advances in laser technology, there is a new wave of impressive skin care lasers in the dermatological and cosmetic skin care world. Among this new wave of highly effective laser treatments is the Titan Procedure. The Titan laser Procedure is the latest and greatest non-surgical method for firming up sagging facial and body skin. Loose, sagging skin can be caused by a number of factors including weight loss, pregnancy, aging or loss of skin's natural elasticity. But regardless of the source, a loss of skin's firmness can cause a significant amount of self-consciousness about the individual's sagging belly, droopy eyes or a waddled neck. Previous cosmetic surgery efforts to treat sagging skin relied on invasive methods that left patients with incision scars and long patient downtime.

The Titan Procedure, however, is offering an effective way to eliminate sagging in the face and body with no downtime and minimal discomfort. The Titan Procedure works by targeting the layer of collagen located beneath the upper epidermis to reactivate skin firming from the inside out. The skin responds to the Titan Procedure's stimulation by generating new collagen cells that firm and tighten the overlying skin. Since this renewal process takes up to six months to complete, the effects of the Titan Procedure are gradual but impressive over time.

The Thousand Oaks-based Renaissance Laser and Vein Institute has the latest breakthrough in Laser Genesis treatment, Pearl laser treatment and IPL laser treatment and is excited to be one of the few select Southern California laser specialists to offer the new Titan Procedure. Patients will love the firm, toned looking skin they are able to regain through the Titan Procedure, and also greatly appreciate the zero downtime with no incision scars.

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