Laser Treatments

Laser treatments can help reduces fine lines, wrinkles, blemishes, and pigmentation (such as freckles and sunspots) through short, concentrated, pulsating beams of light. The treatments stimulate new collagen growth beneath your skin to achieve a clear, glowing, youthful look with minimum recovery time.

Type of Laser

CO2 (carbon dioxide) Laser is an effective and long-lasting method of skin rejuvenation that often improves the appearance of treated skin. This laser technique is often used to remove moles and skin tags. It can also stimulate the production of new collagen to provide better support for the skin, resulting in a smoother and more even appearance.

FAQ

Which areas / problems can be treated? 
Moles, skin tags, sun spots, wrinkles, acne scars, lines, and other skin irregularities.

How many sessions do I need? 
The number of sessions and frequency of treatment varies from patient to patient – however, most patients require 1 – 2 sessions, usually done a month apart.

Is there any downtime?
Some downtime can be expected, with minimal redness, mild swelling, and occasionally, scab formation that can last up to a week.

Photo Rejuvenation Laser is a non-ablative laser technique that uses an intense beam of light to gently stimulate the production of new collagen without removing the outer layer of skin. The collagen growth improves skin tone, acne scarring, and fine wrinkles.

FAQ

Which areas / problems can be treated?
Face, neck, décolletage, hands, and legs.

How many sessions do I need?
Photo Rejuvenation Laser usually requires a series of treatments to achieve maximum benefits. During the treatment phase, most patients have their laser sessions every 2 – 4 weeks, and once every 3 – 6 months after that for maintenance.

Is there any downtime?
This treatment has minimal downtime – you can go about your daily activities right after the session.

The tattoo removal laser provides high levels of energy over very brief periods, resulting in the reduction of tattoos and other types of unwanted, pigmented lesions. During treatment, the laser is used specifically to target and “shatter” the tattoo ink pigments or lesion at a microscopic level to be dispersed and carried away by the body’s white blood cells.

FAQ

Which colours can be treated? 
The outcome of the treatment is dependent on the colours of the tattoos – tattoos with black and green inks tend to be removed better than red, blue and yellow inks.

How many sessions do I need? 
Nearly all tattoos and pigmented lesions require a series of treatments. The number of treatments required to achieve optimum results varies widely among patients.

Is there any downtime?
Some downtime can be expected, with some redness, mild swelling, and occasionally blister and scab formation that can last between 1 – 2 weeks.

CO2 (carbon dioxide) Laser is an effective and long-lasting method of skin rejuvenation that often improves the appearance of treated skin. This laser technique is often used to remove moles and skin tags. It can also stimulate the production of new collagen to provide better support for the skin, resulting in a smoother and more even appearance.

FAQ

Which areas / problems can be treated? 
Moles, skin tags, sun spots, wrinkles, acne scars, lines, and other skin irregularities.

How many sessions do I need? 
The number of sessions and frequency of treatment varies from patient to patient – however, most patients require 1 – 2 sessions, usually done a month apart.

Is there any downtime?
Some downtime can be expected, with minimal redness, mild swelling, and occasionally, scab formation that can last up to a week.

Photo Rejuvenation Laser is a non-ablative laser technique that uses an intense beam of light to gently stimulate the production of new collagen without removing the outer layer of skin. The collagen growth improves skin tone, acne scarring, and fine wrinkles.

FAQ

Which areas / problems can be treated?
Face, neck, décolletage, hands, and legs.

How many sessions do I need?
Photo Rejuvenation Laser usually requires a series of treatments to achieve maximum benefits. During the treatment phase, most patients have their laser sessions every 2 – 4 weeks, and once every 3 – 6 months after that for maintenance.

Is there any downtime?
This treatment has minimal downtime – you can go about your daily activities right after the session.

The tattoo removal laser provides high levels of energy over very brief periods, resulting in the reduction of tattoos and other types of unwanted, pigmented lesions. During treatment, the laser is used specifically to target and “shatter” the tattoo ink pigments or lesion at a microscopic level to be dispersed and carried away by the body’s white blood cells.

FAQ

Which colours can be treated? 
The outcome of the treatment is dependent on the colours of the tattoos – tattoos with black and green inks tend to be removed better than red, blue and yellow inks.

How many sessions do I need? 
Nearly all tattoos and pigmented lesions require a series of treatments. The number of treatments required to achieve optimum results varies widely among patients.

Is there any downtime?
Some downtime can be expected, with some redness, mild swelling, and occasionally blister and scab formation that can last between 1 – 2 weeks.

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