Laser Skin Treatment
Laser Skin Treatment Irvine
Orange Coast Aesthetics in Irvine has the skill and experienced in the safest, most effective laser skin treatment techniques designed to treat a host of skin-related issues, including sun damage, age-related damage and defects like scars, dark spots and uneven texture for superior results and smoother, softer skin.
What is laser skin treatment?
Numerous techniques are used in laser skin treatment to improve the look, tone, and texture of skin as well as to cure damage from the sun, aging, loose or sagging skin, and scars. Since laser treatment is noninvasive, no incisions are required. Depending on the problem being treated, laser light penetrates the skin at varying depths, producing improved results that develop over a period of time.
How do laser skin treatments work?
In the process of removing damaged or discolored tissue from the skin, lasers employ highly-focused beams of energy to reshape the skin. This allows the body’s natural waste elimination mechanism to naturally remove the damaged or discolored cells. Additionally, the heat radiation from the laser stimulates the growth of fresh, healthy cells as well as collagen formation, a component of healthy skin, so the skin’s appearance improves over time.
What kinds of issues can laser skin treatments address?
Lasers use variable or adjustable energy that enables them to be used to treat many different types of issues, including:
- uneven or rough texture
- discolored areas, including age spots and dark spots
- sun damage
- tattoo removal and revision
- scarring, including acne scars and scars from surgery and trauma
Are laser treatments safe?
Yes, the Orange Coast Aesthetics practitioners are trained and knowledgeable in the most recent procedures so you may feel confident in your results. Lasers have been FDA-approved to successfully and safely treat a variety of skin concerns.
How many treatments will I need?
That depends on the degree of skin damage. Most individuals will need a series of sessions to get the outcomes they want. You can discuss the potential number of treatments required to achieve the desired results during your consultation appointment.
*Individual results may vary