Fractional Erbium Lasers Deliver Results w/ Little Social Downtime vs. CO2 Lasers that Need Downtime

There are so many types of lasers and brands to treat the effects of sun damage and signs of aging. It's easy to get confused on what type of treatment is best for your skin. The important things to consider are your skin type, the amount of social downtime your lifestyle allows, and choosing an experienced medical professional for your laser treatment.

Laser resurfacing is designed to reduce facial wrinkles and skin irregularities such as blemishes or acne scars. There are two types of fractional laser treatments: ablative and non-ablative. Ablative lasers require damaging the outer layers of skin and removing the top layer. A local anesthetic or intravenous sedation is needed. Non-ablative lasers pass through the skin without removing or damaging the surface. Non-ablative lasers require only a topical numbing cream and minimal social downtime.

Erbium laser treatments are non-ablative. Erbium lasers cause fewer side effects because only a fraction of tissue is treated at a time, leaving the surrounding tissue intact. This promotes rapid healing and recovery time may only take up to a week. 

Erbium laser resurfacing is designed to remove wrinkles and blemishes on the face, hands, neck, or chest.

Erbium laser treatments are great for:

We would be happy to meet with you regarding your concerns. Meet with us for a skin assessment and individualized treatment plan. Call to schedule your appointment 949-577-9179.

 

Erbium Laser Treatment

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