Laser Dermatology Treatments
The VBeam Laser produces and intense by gentle burst of light that selectively destroys the blood vessels of spider veins and other vascular lesions, without damaging the surrounding tissue. After laser treatment, the surrounding tissue is left intact and normal pigmentation occurs. Click here to learn more about VBeam and what skin conditions it works best for.
The StarLux 500 is one of the most powerful laser and pulsed light systems on the market. It provides the most versatile and effective treatments available, with superior cooling for advanced comfort and enhanced deep treatments. Click here to learn more about the Starlux 500 and what skin conditions it works best for.
“Fraxel-Like” Laser Skin Resurfacing is a revolutionary delivery system that increase the possibilities for busy people who want healthy, younger looking skin with minimal pain in a short period of time. The combination of the Matrix and CO2 Laser allow for reduction of pain, no need for anesthesia and rapid recovery time. Click here to learn more about the Matrix CO2 and what skin conditions it works best for.
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What is the best choice of Laser Treatment for me?
The best choice of laser depends on what you are targeting for improvement. If you are targeting the red and brown of photodamage, then the best laser is a Vbeam or IPL. If you would like to target photodamage + wrinkles, then an ablative resurfacing laser (CO2, Erbium) would be best. If you would like minor wrinkles only, with some tightening of the skin, then a nonablative laser would be the best choice for you.
What is the best laser for a PhotoFacial?
This is a hard question to answer. Both the IPL and VBeam are excellent lasers to treat the red and brown of photoaging. IPL is an excellent choice for overall treatment of the red vessels and hyperpigmented spots. The traditional VBeam is the gold standard for the treatment red vessels and the redness of rosacea. The newer VBeam Perfecta has been optimized to handle dark spots as well and is excellent for both red and brown. The short answer is that the IPL does everything well, and the VBeam does red areas even better. With the advent of the VBeam Perfecta, the VBeam is an excellent choice for both.