Lumenis AcuPulse Laser – Co2

$6,125.00

The AcuPulse allows for advanced treatment of a variety of severely damaged skin lesions which require synergistic coagulation and ablation for advanced resurfacing.

Description

Lumenis AcuPulse Laser – Co2

AcuPulse is a pulsing CO2 laser that precisely targets water in the skin, creating a superficial resurfacing (burn) on the skin’s surface, that once healed emerges smoother with even pigmentation and an overall improved appearance. In addition to being an aesthetic, appearance-enhancing treatment,.

AcuPulse treats:

  • Acne Scars
  • Surgical Scars
  • Fractional Ablative Resurfacing
  • Deep Wrinkles
  • Blepharoplasty
  • Skin Tags and Moles
  • Syringomas
  • Overall Skin Resurfacing And More.

Treating Scars and Acne Damage

Statistics show that Lumenis lasers are an effective and innovative treatment for severely damaged skin lesions like surgical or injury-related scars. Additionally, this fractionated CO2 laser can be used to correct deep acne scars, improving skin texture and tone.

Correcting Syringoma

A syringoma is a benign cosmetic concern that appears as a small, discolored bump on the skin’s surface, usually in clusters. These lumps typically develop around the neck or eyes, but they can grow anywhere on the body. While these lesions are not harmful, they can be treated with laser therapy for an improved cosmetic result.

Reducing Deep Wrinkles

Lumenis lasers make extremely minute punctures that penetrate deeper than other skin resurfacing methods can. This means that the fractionated CO2 laser can more effectively reduce both fine facial lines and stubborn, deep wrinkles.

Rhinophyma

Rhinophyma is a progressive condition that causes bulbous growths to form on the nose. The complication can severely affect one’s confidence and quality of life, due to its disfiguring nature. Fortunately, fractionated CO2 laser resurfacing has shown to be an effective treatment for this disorder. Lumenis AcuPulse treatment can treat this thickening of nasal skin safely and swiftly.

The Lumenis AcuPulse Laser – Co2 Procedure and Proper Aftercare

Prior to your laser treatment, a topical local anesthetic cream is applied to the skin to numb the areas. We also offer nitrous oxide (laughing gas) if needed for further patient comfort. Once the patient’s skin is adequately numbed, Jennifer will set up the Lumenis AcuPulse and start the laser resurfacing. The treatment itself usually lasts around 45-60 minutes.

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