Reverse the Signs of Aging

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Sun spots, age spots and facial veins seem inevitable as we age even if we try to protect ourselves from the sun.  Don't you wish there was a way to erase sun damage and signs of aging? Luckily Friedberg Eye Associates, PA offers an optimized light skin revitalization treatment that can quickly and easily remove undesirable brown spots, sun damage and facial vessels from the face and body leaving you with younger, more beautiful looking skin!

This skin revitalization treatment is performed right in the office and uses pulses of light to gently deliver energy to your face, chest, or hands targeting and destroying unwanted pigment and vessels. It is a highly efficient treatment that's quick, non-surgical, and requires no downtime!  

We offer many Skin Rjuvenation services and treatments such as BOTOX®, Xeomin®, JUVÉDERM®, Pellevé and much more!  Andrea Friedberg, MD has more than 30 years of experience and maintains the highest level of safety and efficiency in a painless manner.

There is no better time to have these treatments done so call our office to set up your consultation Today! 

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