Acne & Pigmentation Treatments: 30 min Facial, High Frequency Acne Treatment, Ultra Chemical Peel, Full Face LED, PCA Post Procedure and Precision MD Cosmo Treatment Home Care Kit; $285 (625 value);
Advance Facial Rejuvenation Package: 30 min Facial, Laser Gentle Max Pro Rejuvenation and Skin Tightening, Ultra Chemical Peel, Full Face LED, PCA Post Procedure and Precision MD Cosmo Treatment Home Care Kit; $315 ($725 value)
Laser Gentle Max Pro Pigmentation and Age Spot Removal for all Skin Types – two sessions: Face $145, Hands and Legs $165, Chest $ 195;
Laser Gentle Max Pro Face Rejuvenation Package: Single treatment $95; Five treatments $450;
eMatrix Anti-Aging Skin Tightening Package: Full Face Single Treatment $350, Four Treatments $995;
Laser Gentle Max Pro and eMatrix Full Face Lifting Package: Single Treatment$ 450: Three Treatments $1250.
By utilizing eMatrix RF sublation – fractionated bipolar radio frequency technology—heat energy is effectively placed into the dermis where it can produce significant dermal impact with minimal epidermal disruption.
The ergonomic applicator delivers bipolar radio frequency energy via a matrix of 64 electrodes in the disposable applicator tip.
The RF energy generates deep dermal heating in the region of the electrode matrix to induce skin injury, thus eliciting a wound healing response.
Less affected tissue around the matrix points may be stimulated by the heat, helping to accelerate the healing process—and leading to the appearance of tighter, rejuvenated skin.
The areas to be treated are cleaned and marked with a pen, wet wet towels will be placed around the area to absorb excess laser pulses.
The laser is passed over the skin, sending out pulses. Each pulse lasts less than a millisecond. Between passes with the laser, the skin will be wiped with water or a saline solution to cool the skin and remove tissue that the laser has destroyed. The number of passes required depends on how large the area is and what type of skin is being treated. Thin skin around the eyes, for instance, requires very few passes with the laser. Thicker skin or skin with more severe lesions requires a greater number of passes.
The pulses from the laser may sting or burn slightly, or you may feel a snapping sensation against your skin. When the treatment is finished, the area is covered with a clean dressing or ointment.
What To Expect After Treatment.
The time needed for healing and recovery after laser resurfacing varies according to the size and depth of the treated area. Someone who has the full face resurfaced, for example, will have a longer recovery time than someone who has only a small area of skin treated.
Typically, the wounded area will be pink, tender, and swollen for at least several days. Cold packs and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs, such as aspirin or ibuprofen) may help reduce swelling and pain. After skin regrowth occurs, the skin will remain red for several weeks.
Proper care of the treated area while the skin is healing is extremely important.
– Rinse the skin several times a day with cool tap water to avoid infection and to get rid of the crusting that sometimes develops. Avoid soaps and perfumes.
– Change the ointment or dressing on the treated area to keep the area moist and promote healing.
– Avoid sun exposure and, after peeling has stopped, use sunscreen every day. New skin is more susceptible to sun damage.
You may be given an antiviral drug called acyclovir to prevent infection if you are receiving treatment around your mouth. Tell your specialist if you have had cold sores in the past.
Several follow-up visits to your doctor will be needed to monitor the skin’s healing and regrowth and to identify and treat early signs of infection or other complications.