This procedure uses laser light to destroy hair follicles in the skin, permanently reducing or eliminating unwanted hair. It can be used to selectively treat any area of the body, with the exception of the skin around the eyes. Results may vary depending on the patient's skin color and hair type.
This is a laser treatment for your skin. It sends heat into the skin's middle layer, called the "dermis." It tightens this layer and stimulates the growth of collagen. That's a protein that gives your skin its strength and structure. Laser resurfacing can treat wrinkles, scars and other skin problems.
During this quick and painless procedure, laser light is used to penetrate the skin and reduce or eliminate the appearance of spider veins.
This procedure uses laser light to break up the ink particles that form a tattoo, gradually lightening the appearance of the tattoo and eventually causing it to fade away completely. Typically, multiple treatments are required. The number of treatments depends on the skin type, age and color of the tattoo.
This treatment rejuvenates the skin of your face. It helps the appearance of fine wrinkles, acne, blotchy skin and dryness.
This treatment rejuvenates the skin of your face. It helps the appearance of wrinkles, scars and blotchy skin.
This minimally-invasive outpatient procedure, which takes less than 45 minutes to perform, uses laser light to shrink and close varicose veins. The laser is inserted into the target veins through a catheter, leaving surrounding tissues unaffected.
This is a surgery for skin cancer. With this technique, the surgeon carefully studies tissue as it is removed to make sure no cancer cells are left behind. It's often used for cancers of the face and neck. It can be good for cancers that are rare or aggressive.
This procedure is used to replace large areas of damaged skin, often in cases where a patient has suffered severe burns. The technique uses sheets of skin harvested from other parts of the patient's body to cover the damaged areas and promote the growth of replacement skin cells.