Laser treatments work by using specific wavelengths of light to interact with tissue, which can positively affect pigment, blood vessels, hair follicles and moisture in the skin. The result is improved skin tone and texture, as well as the tightening of loose skin.
Lasers can also be tuned to very specific frequencies to perform different tasks and can even be used in surgery to allow doctors to work on a very precise area with less pain, swelling and scarring than traditional surgery.
Cosmetically, lasers can be used for skin resurfacing and to treat such things as acne, wrinkles, rosacea and more.
Laser treatments provide a scalpel-free, non-surgical form of cosmetic treatment for a wide variety of conditions from hair and tattoo removal to skin resurfacing and rosacea.
CO2 Laser Restoration is a skin resurfacing treatment that uses a carbon dioxide laser to vaporize the top layers of skin, revealing the younger, healthier-looking skin underneath.
Fraxel laser skin resurfacing uses fractional laser technology to smooth skin, improve tone, reduce pore size, eliminate brown spots, diminish acne and surgical scars, and reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
Laser Hair Removal is one of the more popular cosmetic dermatology procedures, as it is the only way to permanently remove body hair by destroying the hair follicle.
Laser Rosacea Therapy uses lasers to treat the persistent facial redness associated with rosacea.
Laser Skin Resurfacing precisely removes skin layer by layer, enabling new skin cells to form, giving the skin a tighter, younger look.
Laser Vein Elimination is a procedure used to treat blood vessel malformations including spider and superficial varicose veins.
ProFractional Therapy uses a laser to create small, microspherical holes in the surface of the skin to “aerate” or thicken tissue and stimulate natural collagen growth.
The Spectra Laser Peel, also known as a Hollywood Peel, is a 3-step treatment to reduce fine lines while minimizing the look of scars and reducing the size of pores.
*Results may vary by individual