Facial Rejuvenation

woman getting facial treatment

Reversing the Effects of Aging with Lasers

Over time, the effects of sun exposure take their toll.  You start noticing the fine lines, wrinkles and sagging, all of which can make you look tired, sad and older than you feel.  In the past, the role of sun exposure in again was underestimated and sunscreens didn’t protect against the again/cancer (UVA) rays that cause the premature wrinkles, poor texture and tone dyschromia (redness, brown and white spots). Using laser technology, Dr. Cockerham can reverse the effects of sun damage and provide you with a fresher, more youthful appearance.

Trusted Facial Laser Expertise

The CO2 laser is considered the “gold standard ” for facial resurfacing. Unlike other laser, this technology works on all skin types, typically with one treatment.  Dr. Cockerham has decades of experience performing laser facial rejuvenation for woman and men with sun0-damaged skin using CO2 lasers. She has been selected as a Center of Excellence by Lumenis® to teach other physicians the most advanced techniques.

Dr. Cockerham will consult with you to discuss which laser procedure is best suited to address your particular skin issues.  The advanced technology is “fractionated” which means you get wonderful results with minimal downtime and discomfort.

Issues Laser Surfacing Can Address

The laser can be used to resurface your face, eyelids or other areas where skin texture and tone are a problem.

  • Wrinkles, jowls and descent
  • Fine and deeper lines
  • Acne and other scars
  • Sun spots and melasma
  • Sun damage
  • Skin discoloration
  • Poor tone and texture

The rejuvenation effects of laser facial resurfacing will reset your appearance and will slow the again process as long as proper skin fitness is maintained with medical grade topical products (KCMD) and daily sunblock.


If you would like to learn more about Facial Rejuvenation call 1-800-244-9907 to make an appointment at Central Valley Eye Medical Group.


  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.