Lasers are now one of the most popular tools in the cosmetic industry, and they can treat many different types of blemishes on the surface of the skin. Using these advanced devices, our team has the ability to quickly eradicate imperfections without damaging any nearby soft tissue. We invite you to learn more about how laser skin resurfacing technology works and how this non-invasive treatment could benefit you.
The Basics of Laser Skin Resurfacing
Laser skin resurfacing is one of the most effective treatments on the market. After the laser has been turned on, we can direct the device over the blemishes that you would like to treat. The carefully controlled laser energy will gently encourage your body to flood the epidermis with nourishing proteins such as collagen. These lasers also heat up the underlying tissue and excite the molecules that support your outer layers of skin. Over time, those molecules will begin to shrink and pull the skin tight.
Your Consultation and Appointment
Before we perform laser skin resurfacing, our team will thoroughly evaluate your skin to determine if this procedure is right for you. Even though laser skin resurfacing is extremely effective, it isn’t the best option for everyone. However, for patients who qualify for the treatment, this advanced technology can effectively treat blotches, old scars, and fine lines. Multiple treatment sessions at our office might be needed if the blemishes are particularly severe or deep. During your consultation, we might also suggest additional treatments to further improve the results. Laser skin resurfacing works wonderfully with many different cosmetic treatments, including injectables.
In the weeks following your treatment, the tone and color of your skin should continue to improve as your body heals and replenishes the epidermis. Patients who are interested in having multiple treatments carried out on the same area will need to have their appointments spaced out a set amount of time apart so that their skin has time to rejuvenate.
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