Gain a more youthful-looking appearance through improved skin tone and texture.
Our laser skin resurfacing technique uses microbeams that extend through the epidermis into the dermis skin layer. This prompts the skin’s natural healing process, resulting in the creation of new, healthy collagen.
This procedure allows you to see long-lasting results without the pain of traditional techniques. With your improved skin tone and texture you will still look like you – but with younger looking skin!
Treatment plans accommodate your skin type and lifestyle.
Fractional laser resurfacing is a non-invasive therapy that uses one laser, divided into thousands of microscopic treatment areas that connect with a fraction of the skin at a time. Compare this to an image being enhanced pixel by pixel.
Laser skin resurfacing is ideal for areas around the eyes, mouth and face where people see deep, hard lines and creases. Typically people see the desired results in only one resurfacing session.
At the beginning of your procedure you will be given special glasses which will shield your eyes from any hazardous reflected laser light. To start the treatment, a handpiece will be maneuvered over the treatment area sending energy into your skin. You may feel mild discomfort to no discomfort during the treatment depending on the care option we select.
If necessary, post-treatment care guidelines will be provided to you. Redness and/or swelling may occur at the treatment site but it typically goes away by the third day.
You can expect to see a smoother skin and a decrease in the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
Depending on the size of the treatment area the process can be executed in as little as 30 minutes. Typically patients experience zero to mild discomfort.
You can generally return to your regular activities in around four days. For more information on possible side-effects and required post-treatment care talk to us!
For legal reasons, all medical issues require a referral from your family physician.
Please speak to your doctor and request a referral to see Dr. Tiffany Parsons. Sorry for the inconvenience.