Would you like to find a treatment that would provide you with the smoother, younger-looking skin you desire? Getting these great results with the added bonus of little downtime is what you can enjoy with a MicroLaserPeel®.
What is a MicroLaserPeel?
The MicroLaserPeel employs a laser that scans the selected treatment area, removing a very thin layer of skin. This layer of older, damaged skin can give your skin a tired, dull look. The removal of this superficial layer allows fresh, new cells to grow, providing you with a healthy-looking, more vibrant skin surface. It may even reduce the appearance of wrinkles and even out your skin tone.
This sophisticated laser technology can allow for such precise and shallow penetration, that it actually causes little pain and most people do not require any anesthetic. It can be performed in our office and will be personalized for your specific skin concerns and take into account your individual desired results.
SCITON Microlaser Peel
Sciton microlaser peel allows dramatic results from laser resurfacing. Take ten years off your skin with resurfacing laser technology that is cutting edge and a leader in the field. Unlike non ablative lasers such as fraxel which require multiple treatments, sciton laser resurfacing can significantly enhance skin quality, remove wrinkles and facial sun spots with one to two treatments.
What areas and what skin conditions can the MicroLaser Peel treat?
The treatment can be used on almost any area of the skin and on almost any skin type, including darker skin. The most common areas treated are, of course, the face and neck, though some people may want to treat the décolletage or hands.
The MicroLaser Peel can be used to treat sun damage, hyperpigmentation such as freckles, mild wrinkles, some scars, and keratosis, to mention a few.
What to expect during the procedure.
First, the skin in the area to be treated will be gently and thoroughly cleaned. Safety shields will be placed over your eyes to protect them from the laser light. The laser handpiece will be positioned above your skin and held in place while a computer guides the laser beam across the area that you want treated. The laser can be adjusted to treat different depths of the skin, depending on your individual skin needs. The size and number of areas of your skin that are to be treated will determine how long the whole process will take, but you can expect anywhere from fifteen minutes to half an hour.