Look as young as you feel
with laser revitalization treatment that reduces unwanted signs of aging, including wrinkles around your eyes and mouth. Fractionated laser treatment can diminish fine lines and wrinkles — without surgery, with minimal downtime, and with long-lasting results.
Laser fractionated resurfacing is for:
wrinkles around the eyes (periorbital wrinkles)
wrinkles around the mouth (perioral wrinkles)
You can also treat other areas of the body, such as hands, arms, and décolletage.
It’s a great option for:
treating wrinkles with minimal discomfort
maximum wrinkle reduction
younger-looking skin without drastic facial changes
dramatic, yet natural-looking results
A Powerful Treatment for all Types of Wrinkles Collagen and elastin make up the support structure in our skin. As we age, that support structure weakens, forming wrinkles. Laser revitilization treatment uses powerful laser technology to refresh the skin by stimulating collagen and elastin production. It works fast to minimize wrinkles and improve the appearance of the skin on various areas of your body, such as your neck, cheeks, hands, arms, smooth away smokers’ lines around your mouth, and reduce crow’s feet around your eyes. Easier than Surgery Unlike surgical face-lifts that require long recovery times, laser treatment is an alternative with less downtime, allowing you to recover in a few days with minimal discomfort or side effects. Though results are not as dramatic as surgery, they do provide gradual, natural improvement.
How does it work?
Pulses of laser light reach deeply into the skin’s sub-layers, treating the aging support structure. Then the body’s natural healing process sweeps away older, damaged tissue and rebuilds it with fresh, new collagen and elastin—the crucial building blocks of smooth, youthful skin.
Am I a good candidate for this procedure?
If you have fine lines and wrinkles around your eyes, mouth, on any area of your body including face, hands, and arms you may be a good candidate for a laser revitilization treatment.
How long does it take?
The procedure can be performed in as little as 30 minutes or less, depending on the size of the treatment area.
Does it hurt?
Your treatment provider may offer ways to make this a comfortable experience. Since everyone is different, and this depends on the level of treatment needed, it is best to discuss all of your option with your laser treatment provider.
How many treatments will I need?
Depending on your individual case and the laser used, some people are satisfied after only one treatment session. Others may need additional sessions. Typically three is a common estimate for most people with a rare person requiring up to six sessions.
How quickly will I recover?
Recovery time is typically not long, usually a couple of days up to a week. However, since everyone is different, it is best to discuss with your laser treatment provider.
Are there any side effects?
Your treatment provider can provide individualized information on potential side effects with you. Side effects are very rare, and are usually minor, but can occur at any time.