- Renew – Refresh – Rejuvenate!
- State-of-The-Art Precision with Laser Creations ablative resurfacing and non-ablative revitalizing systems
- Delivers optimum benefits and treats a wide variety of skin conditions and skin types. It treats fine lines and wrinkles, sun damaged skin, acne scars and stretch marks
- Laser Creations offers a customized treatment for fresher feeling and healthier looking skin not only the face, they can be used on the neck, chest, arms and hands.
Pixel Erbium Laser Resurfacing is a state-of-the-art skin rejuvenation treatment used to smooth out scars, wrinkles, pigmentation and stretch marks. It also tightens loose skin and stimulates new collagen formation, which results in skin continuing to improve for up to 3 months after the treatment. This option can take 3-5 treatments for desired results.
Laser resurfacing is indicated for the treatments of:
- Acne Scars
- Surgical & Traumatic Scars
- Wrinkles & Fine Lines
- Reduction of large pores
- Pigmentation & Sun Damage
- Skin Tightening
- Stretch Marks
- Uneven Skin Tone & Skin Texture
Laser Resurfacing FAQ
How Does Pixel Laser Resurfacing Work?
The pixel Laser is delivered into the skin through a micro optic lens. This creates pixel size ablative dots on the skin using 11mm x 11mm treatment zone. The depth is delivered 20 – 50 microns deep depending on type of problem skin we are dealing with. It is recommended to due up to 3 treatments spaced one month apart depending on type of conditions being treated.
How painful is the treatment?
The pixel has minimal pain during the treatment, however post treatment feels like a sunburn on the skin. For sensitive clients we do offer numbing cream prior to treatment to minimize the sunburn feeling.
What can I expect post procedure?
Again sunburn like feeling for the first day. Cool compresses can be applied and post procedure cream that is supplied by our staff. Mild peeling will begin to occur by day 2 and completed in one week. Most people can return to work or school almost immediately any residual redness can easily be covered with make-up or tinted sunscreen