This advanced micro laser peel, is the newest, most effective way presently available to treat sun damage and aging skin without the need for deeper surgical skin resurfacing.
This latest technology is designed specifically for busy individuals who are seeking significant improvements without significant downtime. This state-of-the-art Erbium Laser allows us to achieve ultimate precision in skin resurfacing and to uniformly remove uneven pigmentation, fine lines, scarring, and rough texture, in a series of soft, quick and simple procedures.
The precision of the Micro Laser Peel allows Dr. Wright to treat areas other than the face. For the first time, the delicate neck, back of the hands and chest can be successfully treated to remove sun damaged skin and superficial wrinkles.
At the time of the consultation a medical questionnaire and assessment will be completed and Dr. Wright will set up a treatment plan including the depth of the peel and the number of peels required to achieve the desired results. To alleviate any potential discomfort during treatment we provide a topical anesthetic to be applied to the skin. The treatment can take up to an hour, and Dr. Wright may recommend up to five treatments done monthly.
The Micro Laser Peeel is used for the treatment of wrinkles, the improvement of scars, and in the general rejuvenation of skin. The laser works by selectively removing a thin layer of outermost skin. Laser resurfacing can be done on the entire face or on segments, such as the forehead, cheeks, upper lip or chin. The following conditions are treatable with the Micro Laser Peel:
- Facial wrinkles
- Lip lines, crows feet, and wrinkles around the eyes
- Acne scarring and post surgical scarring
- Sun damaged skin
- Laugh lines and frown creases
- Skin irregularities and blemishes
You can expect to have redness and peeling - in fact your skin will look very much as if you have a sunburn. The duration of redness/ peeling will depend on the depth of peel. There is a post-treatment skin care regime to follow and this will be discussed at the time of consultation