Nurse Natalia Laser Treatment

Laser Treatments

Laser treatments are minimally invasive skin rejuvenation therapies using laser energy to treat skin imperfections, including sun damage and spider veins in addition to diminishing wrinkles and fine lines.

What is Laser Treatment?

In addition to using dermal fillers and injectables and chemical peels to rejuvenate the skin, laser treatments also provide excellent treatments. Laser treatments are minimally invasive therapies using laser energy to treat skin imperfections, including sun damage and spider veins in addition to diminishing wrinkles and fine lines. As technology continues to increase, so do the abilities of laser treatments, especially when it comes to treating more delicate skin, such as around the eyes.

OUR LASER DEVICES

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: WHO IS AN IDEAL CANDIDATE FOR A LASER TREATMENT?

A: Anyone showing the signs of aging or wanting to remove visible marks on their skin is an ideal candidate for laser treatments. During a consultation, we will evaluate and recommend the best laser treatment to achieve your goal.

Q: HOW LONG DOES A LASER TREATMENT TAKE?

A: The time it takes to complete laser treatments depends on the type of laser treatment being performed.

Q: WHEN WILL I SEE THE RESULTS?

A: With laser treatments, layers of skin are gently removed which may leave some noticeable redness and flaking as new skin replaces the old. That is why it often takes a few days or even weeks to see the full results of your laser treatments.

Q: WHAT IS THE COST OF A laser treatment?

A: The cost of laser treatments varies with each treatment and depends on if other treatments are done in conjunction with the selected laser treatment. During your consultation, we can discuss the costs as well as our payment and financing options through CareCredit®.

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