Fractional Laser Resurface-Ablative C02 Laser

This technology is radically different from the classic standard laser resurfacing  which removes the entire upper layer of skin. Fractional resurfacing does not impact the entire surface of the skin but instead punches micro-holes in the skin and the holes are separated by very small areas of untreated skin and thus only a “fraction” of the skin is treated during the resurfacing.

The end result is a decreased chance of complications, much les down time.  The trade-off is that the procedure is not as effective as a full resurfacing procedure and often requires 2 treatments spaced  3-4 months apart for significant improvement.  Individuals with evidence of sun damage including brown spots, flakiness, textural irregularities, large pores  and wrinkles will benefit from this procedure

 


 

Other Cosmetic Dermatology

Fractora

Fractora is a fractional skin resurfacing and subdermal tissue coagulation device that bridges the gap between fractional lasers and surgical

Forma

Forma is the first auto-adjusting, non-invasive, thermal skin treatment for deep and uniform tissue stimulation. Forma uses radio-frequency power

Kybella®

Kybella is a non-surgical injectable for reducing moderate to severe fat on the upper neck, otherwise known as a "double chin." The injection

Bellafill®

The 5 year filler ! The Bellafill injection is specifically designed to provide continuing results, as the specialized solution encourages natural

Radio Frequency Accent Pixel RF

What is Pixel RF-Micro Plasma Radio Frequency Skin Resurfacing and what is it used for? PixelRF uses proprietary InMotion Refractive Radiofrequency

The Impact System

The Impact System is a minimally invasive solution for treating  deep acne scars,  melasma, and skin rejuvenation.  Impact™ emits gentle acoustic

SculpSure Body Contouring

What is SculpSure? SculpSure is the first FDA-cleared laser treatment for fat loss in problem areas, such as the belly or thighs. The laser energy

Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal  has become one of the most popular cosmetic procedures over the past decade.  More and more men and women are opting for this

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light)

This type of device was first introduced into the aesthetic market in the mid 1990’s.  Though IPL may look, sound and feel like a laser, it is not

Smoothbeam Laser

This device is used to treat acne, fine  lines and scars. Smoothbeam laser is an advanced, non-invasive mult effect treatment for active acne, acne