Co2 Laser

What Does CO2 Laser Resurfacing Treat?


CO2 laser resurfacing treats many conditions, but it most commonly treats individuals with:

  • Fine lines
  • Deep-set wrinkles
  • Acne Scars
  • Brown Spots
  • Enlarged oil glands
  • Birthmarks
  • ¬†Wart removal

Four Amazing Benefits of the CO2 Laser Treatment


Patients in Glendale and Encino rave about the CO2 laser because it offers the following benefits:

#1 Fewer Treatments

If you want a non-surgical procedure that doesn’t require multiple sessions, then CO2 laser resurfacing may be a great choice. In some cases, the CO2 laser treatment is very aggressive as it treats the entirety of the skin’s surface. Because of this, some patients see results in just 1 session whereas others require more. The number of sessions ultimately depends on your unique case and skincare goals.

#2 Customizable For Your Individual Needs

The CO2 laser treatment allows your medical provider to control the intensity of the treatment. For instance, the UltraFine-FS Fractional Scanner enhances traditional CO2 resurfacing treatments by creating micro ablative columns of injury to the tissue while conserving untreated skin in-between spots. That allows them to meet your individual goals and maximize your results. Book a virtual consultation at BHSkin Dermatology in Los Angeles to determine what’s best for you.

#3 See Results for Years

Looking for a treatment that lasts longer than a few weeks? Your skin could see improvements from a CO2 Laser treatment for years. Proper skincare maintenance, like using sunscreen and reducing sun exposure, can lead to long-term results. You’ll be able to enjoy a revitalized, youthful-looking appearance once your skin has completely healed.

#4 The First of Its Kind

The CO2 laser was the very first resurfacing laser of its kind. This created a new era in the field of photorejuvenation as skincare experts had never before been able to provide such treatment with this level of precision. CO2 laser treatment has been counted on by patients since the 1980s.

How Does The CO2 Laser Treatment Work?


The CO2 laser resurfacing process works by removing small parts of the outer layer of the skin, otherwise known as the epidermis. This process allows the skin to heal and regrow healthier tissue. One of the newest versions of CO2 laser resurfacing, called fractionated CO2, works by using pulsed light known as ultra pulse. The light is placed on the skin in a scanning pattern to remove thin layers of skin with heat.

Locations


Location 1

1505 Wilson Terrace
Suite 240
Glendale, CA 91206

Don Mehrabi MD in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Encino Tarzana, and Glendale. Same/Next Day / Saturday appt.

Location 3

16030 Ventura Blvd.
Suite 140
Encino, CA 91436

Don Mehrabi MD in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Encino Tarzana, and Glendale. Same/Next Day / Saturday appt.

Location 2

Virtual Office Visit
Photo Consultation and Video Consultation

Get seen by a real dermatologist, in a real visit - from the remote comfort and safety of your home.