Many doctors agree that the damage done from years of smoking is the hardest to reverse. Unlike other factors that causing aging, smoking zaps elastin so there’s less of it for your skin to work with.
In nearly all smokers, the skin needs to be resurfaced because it has become thin, rough and wrinkled. Doctors use fractional resurfacing options like Pixel, Active FX, and Deep FX to remedy the textural effects of smoking. Non-ablative treatments can also be used.
Once texture has been addressed, volume is next, but it cannot be solves by resurfacing. Your doctor is likely to recommend fillers for this issue.
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