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Driving Directions

LAGRANGE OFFICE DIRECTIONS (Hours: 8am to 5 pm Mon-Thurs, 8 am to 1 pm on Friday)

From Newnan, GA: Take I-85 South to exit 18 (28 miles) to Lafayette Parkway (GA-109). Make a right to head east and drive approximately 2.2 miles just past the Kia Dealership on the right. You will pass the Ragland St traffic light and immediately see a Colorado Style Building on your right. Take a right on Robertson Rd. and enter the parking complex. We are located on the second floor of this building, Address is 1075 Lafayette Parkway, Suite 240, LaGrange, GA.

From Auburn, AL: Take I-85 North to exit 18 (44 miles) to Lafayette Parkway (GA-109). Make a right on exit to head east toward LaGrange and drive approximately 2.2 miles just past the Kia Dealership on the right. You will pass the Ragland St. traffic light and immediately see a Colorado Style Building on your right. Take a right on Robertson Rd. and enter the parking complex. We are located on the second floor of this building, Address is 1075 Lafayette Parkway, Suite 240, LaGrange, GA.

NEWNAN OFFICE DIRECTIONS (Hours: 8am to 5 pm Mon-Thurs, 8 am to 1 pm on Friday)

From Peachtree City, GA: Take GA-34 W. Turn left onto Sullivan Road by CVS. Turn right onto Oak Hill Blvd. Our office is in the building on the right just past the Piedmont building.

From Newnan: Take GA-34 E towards Sharpsburg. Turn right on Oak Hill Blvd. Dermatology Institute is located in the first building on the left.

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    Fraxis Duo™ CO2 Laser Treatment Overview: Our Fraxis Duo CO2 laser system is a “gold standard” device. It is a highly sought after system because it can integrate multiple advanced technologies into one platform. The CO2 laser emits the longest wavelength of light compared to other lasers and can be used on a variety of skin types. Treatments can be easily tailored to meet the specific cosmetic need(s) of our patients. This state-of-the-art device excels at treating a wide range of skin conditions.

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