Interested in revitalizing your skin? Are you unhappy with your skin’s texture, or wrinkles, or acne scarring, or stretch marks? Did you ever wonder if there was a way to glam up the appearance of a surgical scar?


We are excited to be able to offer some highly effective laser resurfacing treatments for these problems. The ability to remove damaged skin cells makes the Ultrapulse CO2 laser a valuable tool either for spot treating damaged skin or for performing a full-face laser resurfacing.


Currently available fractional CO2 lasers provide excellent results and reduce downtime with fewer complications than previous generation CO2 lasers. When we have the advantage of such technology in medicine, one shouldn’t be waiting to try it and know the difference. The Ultrapulse is the most powerful of all CO2 fractional lasers and is, therefore, able to deliver high energy treatments safely. We believe that the Ultrapulse CO2 laser gives unparalleled results for skin rejuvenation, particularly where more advanced sun-damage and aging changes are present.


How does the Ultrapulse fractional CO2 work? The Ultrapulse delivers infrared light into either deep or superficial or combination fractional skin treatments. With Ultrapulse CO2 laser the small columns of skin are vaporized by the laser light. This occurs due to the heating of water within the skin. One type is where the skin, predominantly in the epidermis or superficial skin layers, is treated. This is beneficial for fine lines, pigmentation abnormalities and skin texture improvement. Another type is where the skin reaching into the dermis or deeper skin layer is treated. This is beneficial for deeper lines and wrinkles and acne scarring or burns scarring.


Multiple treatment sessions with skin resurfacing laser treatments are recommended depending on the clinical situation, in order to achieve the desired results, which occur over several month processes. Contact us today to schedule a personal consultation.

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