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Laser and light-based skin treatments can treat a number of issues ranging from fine lines and wrinkles, acne and surgical scars, skin laxity, texture, sunspots, pigmented lesions, freckles, birthmarks, prominent blood vessels, redness, hair removal and tattoo removal. We have a number of laser/light machines to effectively target treatment based on your goals, skin type, lifestyle, allowed down time and budget.

What to Expect?

Preparation for laser or light skin treatment may start several days before the procedure. You will be guided to discontinue certain medications and supplements such as aspirin, NSAIDs, vitamin E, Accutane at certain time points before your procedure. Pretreatment with antivirals may be administered should you have a history of cold sores or shingles. In order to avoid sensitization or inflammation which may increase risks of hyperpigmentation after treatment, you may be asked to avoid facial treatments such as chemical peels, waxing, dermal fillers, sunbathing, perfumes and makeup before and/or after treatment.

On the day of the procedure, the treatment area is thoroughly cleansed. Topical anesthetic cream is applied for several minutes. Protective eyewear is then placed. The laser treatment when it commences may take 10 to 30 minutes depending on the surface area to be treated.

The skin is then cleansed again. Topical creams to help soothe the skin, promote healing and protect it from UV rays are then applied. A post-treatment plan and kit may be provided to ensure adequate healing and optimal treatment results.

What are the side effects and downtime for laser treatments?

    • The risk of side effects or complications with laser/light resurfacing procedures increase with more aggressive or ablative procedures. Light based treatments can cause some temporary redness for a day. Non-ablative lasers can result in some deeper redness, itching, and heat sensitivity for a few days. Exercise should be refrained from for 24 hours as this can cause increased heat, inflammation and redness. Regular makeup can typically be used again after 24 hours. Sunscreen is recommended for one week after these procedures.
    • Ablative lasers carry the highest risks for complications as the removal of the top layer of skin leaves the skin more vulnerable to things like infection, blistering, inflammation and subsequent hyperpigmentation, triggering of cold sores, or milia (small inclusion cysts). Due to possible weeping of the skin and increased risk of infection, most people stay home for a few days. Redness may take a couple weeks to months to resolve. Make-up can be used starting about 7-10 days after an ablative treatment.
    • Please discuss any history of Accutane, chemotherapy (topical or IV), pregnancy, open wound or active skin infection with your provider. A history of hyperpigmentation or melasma may benefit from pretreatment with a specific skin cream.

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Erbium laser resurfacing is designed to remove superficial pigmentation, minimize mild to moderately deep lines and wrinkles. Because it creates less heat in the surrounding tissues, there is less swelling, bruising, redness and down time compared to CO2 laser resurfacing. Erbium laser resurfacing can help reverse sun damage, improve fine lines and wrinkles, and can safely treat deeper skin tones.

CO2 Resurfacing

A Long Pulsed Yag laser is used to treat superficial vascular lesions (for example, cherry angiomas, hemangiomas, spider veins and telangiectasias). The laser specifically targets blood vessels, uses energy to heat, damage, and collapse the targeted blood vessels. This laser treatment is safe for all skin types.

Vascular Lesions

Also know as photofacial, IPL technology provides a non-invasive treatment option for a variety of conditions and applications. This broad spectrum light therapy can treat sun damage, age spots, freckles, fine lines, inflamed and active acne, redness and even rosacea.


Laser hair removal targets laser energy to the hair follicle where it converts into intense heat that damages or destroys the hair follicle at the root. Our laser uses a cooling tip to reduce irritation and to help patients remain comfortable during treatment. On average, six to 8 treatments spaced out every 4-6 weeks is needed for complete hair removal.

While most hair is permanently removed, some hair growth may occur over time due to normal hormonal changes. Maintenance treatments are recommended should this occur. Nearly all skin types are candidates for laser hair removal, but not all hair colors, e.g. white, gray, red and blond are effectively treated.

Make an appointment today to see if you are a candidate for laser hair removal!

Hair Removal

Our Q-switched Yag laser uses two wavelengths (1064nm/532nm) to remove a range of tattoo pigments. Fine line tattoos with black ink respond the best to treatments, while the ink in colorful tattoos may take a greater number of treatments to remove. Lighter ink colors are harder to remove, as they don’t absorb as much light and heat from the laser.



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