Laser Skin Resurfacing
Laser skin resurfacing uses intense light to improve wrinkles, acne scars, age spots, face blemishes, stretch marks, injury scars, sun damage and hyperpigmentation. Laser Skin Resurfacing “peels” the skin deeper than a chemical peel and this is much more precise.
Types of Laser Resurfacing
Micro Laser Peel
Why? The MicroLaserPeel is a moderate laser treatment that removes the top layers of damaged skin to improve the texture of your skin and provide you with a more youthful appearance. Sciton’s MicroLaserPeel provides superior results because it can be administered with great precision.
How? Removing the top layers of skin will eliminate some of the damaged cells that can give your skin a tired and aged look. As your skin heals, fresh cells grow and resurface the treated area. The result is fresher, healthier, glowing skin, including reduced wrinkles and improved color evenness.
Why? Micro-Needling or the SkinPen can be used to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, stretch marks and acne scars. This procedure is simple and can be done as a stand-alone treatment or in conjunction with other procedures. Micro-Needling with the SkinPen can be used on the face, neck, arms, hands, legs, abdomen and more. The pen is used gently during your customized procedure by moving the pen over the surface layers of your skin and can be used on all skin types because the pen doesn’t affect the epidermis of the skin.
How? This treatment enhances the look of your skin and will help the damaged appearance of your skin from things like acne, stretch marks or fine lines. With little to no downtime, this amazing procedure can have you looking and feeling younger in no time.
Why? Forever Young Broad Band Light effectively treats sun damage,hyper-pigmentation (age spots) and melasma. It is also a great option for removing vascular lesions like cherry angiomas, rosascea, and telangectasia (small vessels on the face).
Where? Other treatment areas include the neck, chest, arms, and back ofhands.
Why? Fractional CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing is a more intense laser treatment designed to remove deeper lines, scars, and wrinkles on your face, neck, chest, and hands. It also removes sun damage, hyper-pigmentation, and raised lesions resulting in a smoother texture and a more even skin tone.
Uses? ProFractional works very well as a stand-alone procedure or in combination with other treatments such as BBL, MicroLaserPeel or SkinTyte. A special field laser is used for this procedure.
Why? SkinTyte is a laser treatment that can provide skin tightening to all areas of your face and body with no downtime. It can even help smooth out acne scars. It uses a safe infrared light energy to comfortably deliver heat below the skin’s surface for increased tissue tightening and reduced skin laxity.
Where? SkinTyte treatments may be used over any areas of the body that present aged, photo damaged skin such as neck, chest, hands and arms.
Laser Surfacing Treatments (Before and After)
Bryte and Tyte Treatment
What is it? The Bryte & Tyte is a combination of BBL Laser and MLP laser treatment to help brighten your skin, restoring it to a more youthful state. BBL (which stands for broadband light) works by targeting darker pigment like hyperpigmentation and age spots, breaking them down. Over time, the broken-down pigment becomes absorbed by the body leaving behind a clear and refreshed complex.
For Who? The MLP (Micro Laser Peel) Is a treatment that helps minimize the appearance of wrinkles, & fine lines. The laser passes through the targeted treatment area, which causes the dermis to contract and tighten. In addition to this contraction, your body’s collagen production can increase, leading to a faster and more noticeable cellular turnover.
Perioral Laser Resurfacing
What is Perioral? “Perioral” refers to around the mouth area.
Laser resurfacing is a facial rejuvenation procedure that uses a laser to improve the skin’s appearance or treat minor facial flaws.
How does it work? It can treat facial wrinkles and skin irregularities, such as blemishes or acne scars. The technique directs short, concentrated pulsating beams of light at irregular skin, precisely removing skin layer by layer.