Laser Skin Resurfacing
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What Is Laser Skin Resurfacing?
Laser skin resurfacing is the process of using a concentrated, targeted laser to treat specific skin conditions.
Many people are surprised to learn about the dramatic results that can be achieved through laser skin resurfacing. Laser skin resurfacing can be used to correct the effects of aging and other skin imperfections, including the following:
- Sun damage
- Age spots
- Acne scars
- Tattoo removal
- Facial scars
- Facial discoloration
- Spider veins
- Varicose veins
- Hair removal
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Benefits of Laser Skin Resurfacing
In addition to improving the tone and texture of skin, people who have had laser skin resurfacing report the following benefits:
- A softer, smoother skin tone.
- Tighter, more improved skin tone and complexion.
Preparing for Laser Skin Resurfacing
With any type of laser treatment, you may be asked to undergo a specific skin care regimen to better prepare your skin. Full details will be provided to you at your free consultation.
How Is Laser Skin Resurfacing Performed?
During laser skin resurfacing, very short pulses of light energy are delivered to vaporize the upper layers of the skin. The energy emitted is controlled to precisely remove the skin with minimal damage. During the process, the skin’s collagen production is stimulated, leading to an enhanced structure and firmness of the skin.
Laser Skin Resurfacing Recovery*
Depending on the treatment area, you may be asked to wear sunscreen or keep the area moist using an over-the-counter moisturizer such as Vaseline.
*Individual results may vary
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