Acne scars, wrinkles, dark spots, and age spots, to name a few, are not remedied by a daily skincare regimen.
FREMONT, CA: The laser skin resurfacing technique is based on the principle of focusing laser beams on the skin's outermost layers. It is a highly accurate approach to removing diseased skin while conserving and promoting healthy skin layers beneath. It results in collagen renewal, giving the skin a firmer, smoother, and more youthful appearance.
Laser technology can be used to treat virtually any type of skin issue, as a variety of laser types are now available. A dermatologist can assist the patient in determining which procedure is most appropriate for his skin type, targeted locations, and desired cosmetic goals. The laser process a patient chooses will determine the treatment's effectiveness and duration of downtime—the more extended the rest, the more incredible the results and the greater the hazards.
Below are a few benefits of laser skin technology:
Addresses a Variety of Cosmetic Issues
Laser technology is highly adaptable, with various lasers available, including Erbium YAG, CO2, and pulsed dry lasers. Ablative lasers vaporize the skin's outer layer and heat the skin beneath, encouraging the growth of new fibers. While it is non-ablative, it preserves the outer skin layer and penetrates deeper into the skin. The laser operates at a single wavelength, which corresponds to light of a single color. Dermatologists employ a variety of lasers to treat various conditions.
Laser therapy may be used to treat the following conditions:
Acne scars/acne lesions
Excessive hair growth
Skin that is sagging
A lesion that is pigmented
Lesions of the arteries
Spots of age
Lesions that are precancerous Lesions of the arteries
Eyelid skin that is limp and dark circles
Skin tone and texture irregularities
Targets a Specific Skin Structure
The desired effect is dependent on the amount of light produced. Specific lasers target the brown pigment known as melasma to eliminate dark spots and even out the complexion. They are excellent for treating red skin tones and broken capillaries, acne scars, and rosacea. They are designed to specifically target hair follicles and aid in the elimination of excessive growth. Lasers target the skin's texture directly, resulting in an equal tone and smoother skin.
Lower Treatment Cost
The laser skin treatment cost varies depending on the procedure, the number of sessions, target area, and general condition. A therapy usually costs less than a thousand dollars. Traditional cosmetic procedures can cost thousands of dollars per treatment or more, with lengthy recovery times and discomfort. With enhanced laser technology, the treatment is now relatively affordable.