The feather-touch laser, also called skin resurfacing, removes fine lines and wrinkles by utilizing a very fast laser that generates less heat
The feather touch laser also called skin resurfacing, offers a new and safer method of removing fine lines and wrinkles. By utilizing a much faster laser, less heat is transmitted to the skin, translating to fewer complications and more rapid healing. This has allowed people previously not considered candidates, such as those with darker complexions or finer lines, to now enjoy this new technology with healing times of under ten days. Redness, normally lasting months, starts to fade in weeks. This new technology is particularly invaluable in achieving greater laser accuracy in treating the entire face.
Skin resurfacing deals with the top layers of epidermis, often harboring pigment from pregnancy, birth control, sun, or thinning dermas form dried, oil-depleted skin. Resurfacing varies from a cosmetic skin care program utilizing glycolic acid and Renova, to light or medium peels to improve pigmentation irregularities in the upper layers of the skin, to light or standard skin resurfacing with lasers to thicken the thinning skin alleviating fine lines and wrinkles. To download the complete course brochure, click here.
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Feather Laser Facial, also known as laser skin resurfacing, utilizes laser light that is applied to the skin to tighten it and reduce fine wrinkles. It is most commonly used on the face.
The treatment creates heated columns in the skin that stimulate the body’s healing processes, part of which involves collagen production around the treated areas. This collagen stimulation strengthens the dermis and softens the highs & lows of the skin, i.e. wrinkles or acne scars.*
Feather Laser Facial can be combined with other cosmetic procedures to help reach your skin rejuvenation goals. Treatment with topical retinoids is recommended to maintain the results from your laser skin resurfacing treatment. Also, Botox and dermal filler treatments can be incorporated to address wrinkles and volume loss to the face. Depending on your individual goals, our providers can design a treatment plan to best address your needs.
Acne scars and large pores can both be improved with laser resurfacing. Acne scars can range in appearance. Most commonly they are raised red or pink scars, small holes in the skin that are known as “ice pick” scars, or as depressed or uneven areas of the face. Erbium and Carbon Dioxide laser resurfacing are two of the more traditional acne treatments, and while they can produce favorable results, they do require a lot of post procedure downtime and several days of post-treatment care. Advances in technology have now given us a wide range of non-ablative lasers to treat these types of scars. These lasers include the Pulsed Dye Laser (PDL), the ICON 1540 fractional laser, the PicoSure Focus Lens Array, and the Affirm Multiplex. The downtime involved with these types of devices is short, as they resurface scars gradually. Large pores can also be improved with this type of laser skin resurfacing. With the increase in collagen production, pore visibility can be decreased. This outcome may be subtle, so patients should discuss their goals with their provider to determine whether this treatment will provide the desired level of improvement. For patients looking to treat the visible signs of photo damage such as dark spots, irregular pigmentation and redness, we recommend Intense Pulsed Light treatments, also referred to as IPL. IPL is used to treat brown spots and redness on the face, neck and chest.
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