Fractional CO2 Laser Resurfacing
If you are looking for an option that gives you which might be the best results with just one simple treatment, CO2RE laser resurfacing is the ideal treatment for you. CO2RE laser resurfacing is a treatment that does require a short amount of downtime. The fractional laser resurfacing works to reduce layers of the skin in a method that reduces age spots, fine lines, scarring, uneven coloration, skin laxity, wrinkles, textural irregularities, skin tones, and collagen production in the face.
Laser facial treatments with the CO2RE CO2 Fractional Laser will enhance the skin’s strength and elasticity. As a person begins to age, their collagen production begins to decline which leads to the breakdown of the skin’s underlying support structure. Daily exposure to UV rays and other environmental elements can cause the skin to become discolored and premature wrinkles may emerge. The skin will have a smoother, tighter texture and pigmentation problems will begin to diminish.
At Northshore Dermatology, we understand that as a person begins to age, their collagen production begins to decline, which leads to the breakdown of the skin’s underlying support structure. The combination of aging and extended exposure to the sun, the skin begins to diminish in more ways than one. With this laser facial treatment, the strength and elasticity of your skin will drastically increase, in turn creating a smoother, tighter, and more level pigmentation for your skin.
Dr. Eric N. Tabor provides the CO2RE Skin Resurfacing procedure as an alternative to receiving multiple non-invasive treatments in a short period of time. With this singular treatment, although slightly more invasive than others, the worst pain patients most often observed is said to be comparable to having a bad sunburn for about 12 hours. A rest period of 7-14 days is recommended for the patient’s skin to fully heal, but patients are expected to be socially mobile after the first few days.
See if our favorite laser facial treatment is right for you by speaking with Dr. Tabor or one of the professionals at Northshore Dermatology. Contact our office today to schedule an appointment.