Pope Plastic Surgery: George Pope, MD, FACS
2629 Edgewater Drive
Orlando, FL 32804
Phone: (407) 857-6261
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Start with a free consultation & Visia analysis
Schedule a complimentary consultation with our aesthetician Heather Candee so she can evaluate your skin and recommend the best treatments and products.
DermaFrac combines four therapies to improve wrinkles, fine lines, acne, acne scars, brown spots, enlarged pores, dry skin, and uneven pigmentation.
Customized to your skin, each treatment includes microdermabrasion, microchanneling, the infusion of serums tailored for your skin, and LED (Light Emitting Diode) Therapy to reduce inflammation, stimulate additional collagen or reduce acne breakouts. Serums include, Vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, and, for lightening, acne, and rejuvenating.
A noninvasive skin resurfacing treatment used with SkinMedica products. Delivers radiant, rejuvenated, and healthy-looking skin. Simultaneously exfoliates to uncover renewed skin, extracts to deeply cleanse and remove debris from pores, and infuses with nourishing SkinMedica Pro-Infusion Serums. Pair with an at-home SkinMedica skincare regimen to keep treatment results going.
Also includes steam, facial massage, a calming finishing mask and and infusion of TNS Advanced + Repair.
George Pope, MD, FACS
Dual Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon
Respected by patients and other physicians, Dr. Pope has been serving the Orlando area for over 30 years. Whether you're considering enhancement of your face, breasts, or body, he has the training, talent, and experience necessary to achieve the attractive results you want.
Micro-channeling, (micro-needling), with collagen induction therapy (CIT), and percutaneous collagen induction (PCI), is minimally invasive done with an electric pen with tiny needles. The needles puncture the skin, which triggers the production of new collagen and elastin to fill the microscopic wounds and reverse years of sun damage including wrinkles and fine lines, improve acne scars and enhance the overall appearance of aging skin.
Good for all skin types, for a variety of conditions, including acne scars and other areas requiring cell regeneration or an intense repair process. Numbing gel is applied before the treatment for added comfort.
The treated area is usually pink immediately after treatment. Some patients heal completely within 24 hours, especially when a PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatment is also done. You may resume normal activity immediately.
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PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)
Done in conjunction with micro-channeling (DermaFrac), PRP uses your own plasma for a dramatic improvement in skin texture, tone and color.
Removes the stratum corneum (dead) skin cell layer and stimulates collagen production. It is great for sun-damaged, acne-scarred or hyperpigmented skin.
An advanced formulation of agents with a built-in anti-irritant and penetration enhancer to exfoliate the damaged layers of the skin to reveal fresher and healthier skin.
Medium-depth peel clinically proven to improve pigmentation, stimulate collagen production in cells below the skin’s surface, and reduce fine lines. Minimal downtime.
The gentlest SkinMedica® peel, perfect for first-time peel patients, patients with mild skin imperfections or patients looking for brighter, more radiant skin. No downtime.
Dermaplaning can be added to any peel. It is a painless exfoliation that involves removing the top layers of skin, resulting in smoother skin by removing dead cells on the outer layer of skin, and it removes fine facial hairs.
Hydro Jelly Mask
This mask infuses the skin with electrolytes. The skin cannot absorb or retain water without proper balance. This is a perfect add-on to help protect the skin from dryness and fatigue.
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