Bennett, 53, is without a doubt a good-looking woman, but like many shes looking to hold onto her youth.
"When you get to be at this point...there are things that you would maybe like to see differently when you look in the mirror," Terry adds.
So she heard about this new treatment called Laser Fractional CO2 resurfacing. It can get you the same results of previous procedures and might just be the next best thing.
"More and more patients are coming in saying I would love to do CO2 Resurfacing, but first of all they dont want to spend that much money, dont want to go through a general anesthetic, and above all dont have six weeks to recover...so people are looking for these lesser procedures," Dr. Howard Tobin, an Abilene Cosmetic Surgeon says.
Terry sat down with the reknowned plastic surgeon, Dr. Howard Tobin from the Facial Plastic, and Cosmetic Surgical center to see if this laser treatment was right for her.
"Oh shes a very good candidate. She has fine lines, she has some discoloration, and shes gunna benefit a great deal from this...In fact shes pretty close to an ideal candidate for this type of procedure," Dr. Tobin adds.
Terrie was then informed about the pain involved with this procedure.
"Unlike full strength laser resurfacing, this is done under local anestesia. We just numb up the face, some nerve blocks .It tingles a bit...Im not gunna tell you its totally without its discomfort...But patients seem to tolerate it pretty well," Dr. Tobin tells Terrie.
So Terrie took her "before" pictures, and then Dr. Tobins staff prepared her for the treatment.
In the span of a lunch break, and with this small laser, Terroe will leave with the beginning of a dramatic skin improvement.
"The laser sets off a light beam that is absorbed by water, heats the water, and then causes a skin injury, " Dr. Tobin says.
Itll be between 2 and 4 weeks before Terrie notices the real results, but Dr. Tobin feels confident that shell be very happy, "After all, thats our main goal to feel better about themselves."