Laser Resurfacing is a simple but precise procedure. By creating a controlled thermal
injury – either removing surface layers of skin or damaging cells beneath the surface
of the skin – we stimulate a healing response that improves the skin. Different
types of resurfacing procedures produce different types of results, but in all cases,
the healing process that follows the thermal injury creates smoother, fresher and
younger looking skin.
How does laser resurfacing work? Laser resurfacing is always going to involve an
injury to the skin. This controlled thermal injury is similar to working out at
the gym. Lifting weights running and other forms of exercise injure the muscles
creating a healing response that makes them stronger and more toned. The same holds
true for the skin. The difference between laser resurfacing and other older procedures
is the precision of the process, as well as the new options made possible with the
latest innovations in laser technology.
Laser resurfacing at Celibre features state of the art technology. Various lasers
have been developed for different skin types. Depending on the type of laser and
settings used, we are able to control the target in the skin – wrinkles, spots,
veins, etc. This takes the guesswork out of more older manual treatments such as
dermabrasion and deep chemical peels. Moreover, laser resurfacing can be rather
quick and clean, meaning that no downtime procedures are a viable option.
Not all skin is created equal, and not everyone will require or be eligible for
the same laser resurfacing procedures. Where some might find desired results in
a course of “lunchtime” laser resurfacing treatments, others may choose to experience
a little more down-time for the sake of more dramatic results. All of this should
and will be discussed with your Celibre laser resurfacing expert.
Contact us today to schedule a FREE laser skin resurfacing consultation!
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Celibre is one of the premier Los Angeles, California based laser dermatology facilities because of our
30 years experience and 20
state-of-the-art lasers. Because we have access to so many different lasers,
we are able to develop a customized program specifically for your individual needs.
Call today for a free
consultation to learn more about
laser resurfacing at Celibre Medical.
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