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Chemical Peels

Chemical Peels

Overview

Dr. Kenrick Spence offers his patients in Orlando several chemical peel options at his practice. Many patients are concerned that they will be burnt when they receive a chemical peel treatment, but that is not the case with new generations of chemical peels and meticulous preparation of the skin, which allow for more sophisticated ways of speeding recovery. Dr. Spence's practice offers a variety of chemical peels. To find out more about chemical peel options in Orlando, contact our office at 407-999-2585 for a consultation.

What Types of Peels Are Offered?

We offer several types of chemical peels including:

  • Glycolic peels for pigmentary changes, acne scars and skin texture and tone.
  • Salicylic peels for acne scars and pigmentary changes.
  • Jessner's peels for pigmentary changes, fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Trichloroacetic peels (TCA) for pigment, fine lines, wrinkles and skin texture.
  • Obagi® peels for pigment, texture, scars, fine lines and wrinkles.
  • VI Peels for pigment, sun damage, fine lines, texture and wrinkles.

What Do Chemical Peels Treat?

  • Sun Damage
  • Fine Lines
  • Wrinkles
  • Pigment Changes
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toward non-surgical procedures and non-prescription skin care
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How Does Treatment Work?

Chemical peels work by exfoliating the outer layer of the skin, allowing re-growth of fresh, baby-like skin with an even tone. Our practice offers both medium depth and superficial peels. These chemical peels address separate layers of the skin depending on your needs.

Conditioning the skin is an essential part of chemical peels. We will place you on a customized regimen for enhanced skin care in Orlando to maximize your results. Medium depth chemical peels require slightly more downtime, but produce a more dramatic change. Multiple superficial peels may be combined with microdermabrasion to produce your desired result. These staged procedures enable patients to return to their regular activities promptly.

Can Chemical Peels Be Combined with Other Treatments?

Chemical peels are often combined with the following treatments:

Our practice offers many designer peels, where peels are mixed depending on the needs of the patients. For example, a patient with acne and hyperpigmentation may require a combination peel to get rid of both. Preparation of the skin is essential to getting the best result from your chemical peel. This can magnify the results of the peel significantly. The right post-peel skin care regimen can greatly reduce recovery time. If you are interested in a chemical peel, Contact us online or call 407-999-2585 for your consultation.