CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing
What is CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing?
Skin imperfections like dark spots, scars or stretch marks can, in many cases, be significantly improved by undergoing laser skin resurfacing. CO2 laser skin resurfacing works by penetrating outer layers of skin and warming underlying layers to ultimately improve healing. In some cases, results can be quite impressive with refreshing skin tone, improvement in fine lines, and decrease in pore size.
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To find out if you are a good fit for CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing, we need to meet with you and perform a comprehensive skin assessment to ensure that you will get maximum benefit out of the treatment.
What Are the Dark Spots On My Skin?
Dark spots on your skin (also known as liver or age spots) are properly referred to as hyperpigmentation. These spots usually begin to appear in middle age and are often caused by prolonged exposure to the sun or excessive use of tanning beds. Though they are generally harmless, many people get treatments to deal with them for cosmetic purposes.
Causes of Hyperpigmentation
What Happens During CO2 Laser Skin Treatments?
A CO2 Laser treatment is a kind of treatment know as ablative treatment. This means the laser removes the outer layers of damaged skin and, because the laser’s light wave length is carefully controlled, the underlying skin tissue goes largely untouched. Recovery time is usually in the neighborhood of two weeks.
Is CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing Right for Me?
It is important that you work together with our qualified service providers to ensure the best possible outcome. CO2 laser skin resurfacing is only recommended for fair skin. We can discuss your options during a personal consultation and give you an honest assessment of what you can expect before, during, and after treatment. CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing is recognized as an effective treatment for dark spots, wrinkle reduction, and scar removal. Contact us today to schedule your consultation.
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