Laser skin resurfacing is the ideal treatment for:

  • Fine lines
  • Wrinkles
  • Scars
  • Pigmentation
  • Dull complexion
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Skin lesions

Laser skin resurfacing treatments remove layers of damaged skin. The laser deposits heat deep into the skin to stimulate a natural healing response, resulting in the growth of new, tighter and healthier skin tissue. This leaves your complexion cleaner and fresher, with a reduction in fine lines and wrinkles. The intensity of the laser therapy can be adjusted according to your needs, resulting in gentler or stronger results for less or more downtime, respectively.

Laser skin resurfacing is available with AcuPulse CO2 Laser Resurfacing at our skin clinic in West Leederville, WA.

How laser skin resurfacing works

Laser skin resurfacing involves firing thousands of tiny channels into the skin. These microscopic wounds stimulate a natural healing response so that the area will be replaced with new, tighter, and healthier tissue. The strength of the treatment can be adjusted to create a balance between downtime and effectiveness. The aim is to produce a cleaner, tighter, and fresher complexion with less surface wrinkles. The procedure takes from 45 minutes.

Benefits of laser skin resurfacing

Resurface damaged skin

Laser skin resurfacing removes layers of damaged skin, resulting in new, tighter, and healthier skin tissue on the surface.

Balance downtime with effectiveness

The intensity of the laser therapy can be adjusted according to your needs, resulting in gentler or stronger results for less or more downtime, respectively.

Fight fine lines and wrinkles

Laser skin resurfacing effectively smooths fine lines and wrinkles on the face, neck, chest and hands, for healthier and younger looking skin.

Benefits of Laser skin resurfacing

Frequently asked questions

How long does laser skin resurfacing take?
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The laser skin resurfacing procedure takes 45-60 minutes, depending on the size of the treatment area.
Is laser skin resurfacing painful?
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Laser skin resurfacing can be uncomfortable, and a numbing cream may be applied 30 minutes prior to the laser procedure.

How many sessions of laser skin resurfacing do I need?
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Between 1-4 treatments are usually required depending on the condition of the skin and the strength of each treatment.
How long does the skin take to heal after laser skin resurfacing? How much downtime do I need?
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The amount of downtime you need to take will vary depending on the strength of the treatment you receive. Gentler treatments involve minimal downtime with more subtle results, while stronger laser treatments require more downtime (up to several days) with greater results.

Where on the body can I get laser skin resurfacing?
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The laser skin resurfacing treatment is suitable for the face, hands, neck and chest.

What do ‘ablative’ and ‘fractional’ laser mean?
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Ablative lasers deliver heat directly to the skin. 'Fractional' means the heat is delivered in small, focused columns. Fractional ablative laser treatments are more intense than some other non-ablative treatments.

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