Laser skin rejuvenation easily and effectively treats undesirable skin imperfections on your face and body without the need for invasive treatments, such as surgery. By targeting brown spots, wrinkles, and sun damage, the medical lasers reduce symptoms without damaging surrounding skin. Pulses of energy are delivered deep into your skin, targeting pigment and stimulating collagen for a smoother, more even appearance. At Bella Medical Aesthetics, Dr. Nagpal uses the Pellevé® laser.
Photo facial rejuvenation applies gentle heat produced by a monochromatic laser tailored to your skin type. This allows Dr. Nagpal to signal your body system to regenerate and produce fresh collagen and elastin, leading to plumper, younger-looking skin. Depending on your needs and skin condition, you may benefit most from 1, 3, or 6 treatments.
During your Pellevé session, a GlideSafe® handpick is moved over your skin, delivering radiofrequency energy through the outer layers. Heat triggers your body’s natural response to stimulate new collagen. About 1-3 days after the gentle therapy, your skin has a healthy glow. Within 15 days, the rebuilding of collagen starts. A series of 3-5 treatments, 1 every 4 weeks, usually provides ideal results.
Laser ablation therapy uses concentrated light beams to reduce or eliminate spider veins — the web-like networks of red, blue, or purple blood vessels that show through on your face or legs. It can also help minimize varicose veins, which are larger, bulging, twisting veins that usually develop in the legs. While you may only need 1 treatment, a series of sessions spaced 6-8 weeks apart is often necessary for best results. At Bella Medical Aesthetics, Dr. Nagpal uses the Elite+™ Laser to remove bothersome facial and leg veins.
Laser ablation therapy is generally considered safe and noninvasive. That said, like all medical procedures, there are risks of side effects. Blood clots are the most serious, though unlikely, complication. Other possible side effects include temporary itching, redness, swelling, scarring, skin color changes, and infection.
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