Laser Skin Rejuvenation
Cynosure’s Innovative ICON® laser treatments can be used to treat sun damage and brown spots, red facial pigments, acne scars, stretch marks, fine lines and wrinkles using one single platform.
This advanced technology clears undesirable skin concerns such as brown spots, fine lines and wrinkles, revealing clearer, more beautiful skin.
The ThreeForMe™ treatment is exclusive to the Cynosure ICON laser system. The procedure is performed in two separate passes, using two separate handpieces, during one treatment session.
The first pass treats sun damage, skin discoloration, freckles, brown spots, and red facial vessels. The second pass treats fine lines, wrinkles, and surface imperfections, gently renewing the skin by generating collagen and elastin.
Only ThreeForMe treatments address all these conditions in one procedure. Say goodbye to tired, dull skin and hello to a brighter, younger-looking you.
Vbeam Perfecta can visibly erase the marks of time and nature. Whether you were born with skin flaws or picked them up over time, there’s no excuse to live with them if you don’t want to. Our Vbeam laser skin treatments are fast, visibly effective, and comfortable. Don’t accept facial veins, brown spots, scarring, age spots, vascular lesions, or uneven skin tone or pigmentation. The skin you want can be yours, beginning in some cases, as soon as your very first office visit.
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Acupulse Co2 Laser Skin Resurfacing
The Lumenis AcuPulse treatment involves a fractionated CO2 laser that creates microscopic channels in the skin by heating the water inside your tissue and vaporizing the affected areas. The surrounding cells are then heated to a lower temperature, initiating the coagulation or clotting process to prevent bleeding. These tiny wounds trigger the body’s healing process, initiating the production of collagen and elastin to thicken and tighten your skin. New, healthy cells replace the damaged ones, which results in tighter, more youthful skin.
The Acupulse CO2 laser is an effective and innovative treatment for severely damaged skin lesions like surgical or injury-related scars. Additionally, this fractionated CO2 laser can be used to correct deep acne scars, improving skin texture and tone.
Candela GentleMax Pro
The Candela GentleMax Pro Laser is an innovative treatment that combines the power of two lasers to provide a wide range of safe and effective treatment options. Thanks to its dual wavelength technology, GentleMax Pro is a leading treatment option for laser hair removal, but it’s also used for a variety of skin concerns, including:
*Spider and leg veins
*Facial redness and broken blood vessels
*Removal of sunspots or benign keratosis
*Angiomas and hemangiomas
Cutera Laser Genesis
Laser Genesis is a breakthrough treatment that stimulates the skin’s natural processes to reverse the signs of aging and sun damage to promote a vibrant, healthy looking completion.
Micro-pulses of laser energy activate collagen remodeling to improve the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and target unwanted brown spots and facial redness. Cutera’s Laser Genesis is an ideal treatment for the face and neck, and other areas of the body with noticeable signs of aging, sun damage, or scarring.
Laser Genesis helps restore your skin’s youthful glow and appearance by improving common concerns with quick treatments and no downtime.
Cutera Excel V
Excel V is an advanced aesthetic technology that combines two powerful precise lasers to target and eliminate vascular concerns (redness, unsightly veins) and benign pigmented lesions (age spots, sun spots, discoloration) on the face and body.
Excel V can treat many unique aesthetic and dermatologic skin concerns including:
The laser uses a unique high-power green laser beam to precisely treat visible vessels and blemishes. The light is specifically absorbed by the blood vessels in the skin. These blood vessels are coagulated and then reabsorbed by the body during the natural healing process.
Laser Skin Rejuvenation Q&A
At High Valley Dermatology we use a variety of lasers in skin rejuvenation to help our patients recieve the results they are looking for. We use Cynosure’s ICON laser, the VBeam Perfecta, Acupulse CO2 Laser, Candela GentleMax, ProCutera Laser Genesis, and the Cutera Excel V laser.
Laser skin rejuvenation is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that utilizes laser technology to improve the appearance and texture of the skin. It involves the use of a focused beam of light to target specific areas of the skin, promoting collagen production, reducing wrinkles, and improving overall skin tone and texture.
Laser skin rejuvenation can help with various skin concerns, including reducing wrinkles and fine lines, improving skin tone and texture, minimizing acne scars, diminishing age spots and sun damage, tightening loose or sagging skin, and addressing vascular conditions like spider veins and rosacea.
Laser skin rejuvenation works by delivering short pulses of concentrated light energy to the targeted areas of the skin. This light energy is absorbed by specific pigments or structures in the skin, such as melanin or collagen. The absorbed energy stimulates collagen production, triggers skin cell renewal, and encourages the body’s natural healing response, leading to a rejuvenated and refreshed appearance.
Laser skin rejuvenation is generally considered safe when performed by a qualified and experienced dermatologist or laser specialist. However, as with any medical procedure, there are potential risks and side effects, such as temporary redness, swelling, and mild discomfort. It is important to discuss your medical history and any concerns with your healthcare provider before undergoing laser skin rejuvenation.
The number of laser skin rejuvenation sessions needed can vary depending on individual factors such as the specific skin concern, the type of laser used, and the desired results. In some cases, noticeable improvements can be seen after a single treatment, while others may require a series of treatments spaced several weeks apart. Your dermatologist will assess your skin condition and recommend a treatment plan tailored to your needs.