Visia Complexion Analysis at Summit Medical Group: Understanding Your Skin
The first step to a more radiant complexion is a thorough evaluation of potential problem areas . To understand your skin’s condition, we begin with the Visia imaging system. We take several up-close photos of your face using different phases of light. The system then creates an in-depth analysis of your individual facial characteristics, including measurements of pores, wrinkles, pigment disturbances (red and brown), sun damage and bacteria present in the skin.
The skin analysis machine compares your results against baseline averages (based on skin type and age), and provides a score for each category.
We discuss the results and make recommendations to help you achieve optimal skin health and vitality.
Commonly Asked Questions about Visia Complexion Analysis
What is Visia?
Visia is a skin complexion analysis system that uses multi-spectral imaging and analysis to capture visual information for key areas affecting complexion health and appearance: wrinkles, spots, pores, texture, color variation in the skin tone, porphyrins (evidence of bacteria in pores), and UV spots (characteristic of photodamage, typically from overexposure to the sun).
Visia provides us an informative comparison of your skin’s complexion characteristics, compared to others of the same age and skin type. You’ll be able to take a copy of this report home with you.
How are the Visia measurements used?
Visia measurements assists us with treatment recommendations by comparing a series of images and generating comprehensive reports depending on the specific areas of concern.
These measurements can also be used to track your progress to a healthier and more youthful looking complexion.
How long does the procedure take?
The skin analysis takes less than an hour.
How much does the Visia Complexion Analysis cost?
The analysis is valued at $85, but is complimentary with your consultation.
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