Photofacial

The Skin Center

26081 Merit Circle Suite #109
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
(949- 582-7699
(949) 582-SKIN
Fax (949) 582-7691

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) Laser Photofacial

We are proud to offer our patients a patented state-of-the-art photorejuvenation technology that produces excellent results in a confortable office environment. Our Palomar Superlux and Candela Gentlelase can be used to treat a variety of skin damage such as:

Spider Veins
Age Spots
Sun Spots
Sun Damage
Mottled Pigmentation
Ruddy Complexion
Freckles
Rosacea

Our latest technology lasers deliver a special range of wavelengths of light in customizable pulses through a sapphire tip gently onto your skin. The light is absorbed either superficially by broken capillaries and dark pigment or deeper by larger vessels and collagen. Dilated capillaries coagulate, pigmented lesions darken, then slough off and new collagen fibers are laid down, giving the skin a renewed and more youthful appearance.

Photorejuvenation can be used to treat any area of the body. The most common treatment areas are the face, neck, chest, and hands. Depending on the number and severity of the conditions your are treating, a series of four to six treatment sessions may be recommended. You can return to work the same day and resume all your regular activities. By dividing the full program into several treatments, the procedure provides gradual improvement with very low risk, preserving the convenience of a “no downtime” procedure.

 

 

Call to Schedule an appointment at (949) 582-SKIN 
Dr. Gary Cole and Dr. Nili Alai are Board-Certified Dermatologists.
For more information, please call (949) 582-7699 or visit the practice website at
www.lagunaskincenter.com.



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