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Skin Rejuvenation

Cosmetic Laser Surgery

Lasers work by producing an intense beam of light that travels in one direction which can be altered by intensity and pulse duration. Ablative and non-ablative treatments are used to build collagen and repair elasticity. They are designed to diminish the signs of aging, treat skin damage and correct acne scars. There are many different types of lasers which selectively have unique purposes allowing precise treatment results based on a variety of skin conditions.

  • Vascular lesions
  • Cherry angiomas
  • Broken capillaries / telangiectasias
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Acne
  • Acne scars
  • Hypertrophic scars
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Redness and swelling
  • Port wine stains
  • Solar lentigines (freckles)
  • Sun damage-photo damage

Micro Laser Peels

Smooth, soften, brighten, and rejuvenate! This micro resurfacing laser adds another dimension to our complement of laser and peel programs. Our micro resurfacing laser helps smooth skin, with a minimum of downtime. It’s like an IPL/photofacial, but adds the benefit of skin restoration. This micro resurfacing laser removes the top layers of skin reliably, predictably and precisely. By removing the top layers, the skin is smoothed and a softer texture results. Removing the top layers also stimulates new collagen to form under the skin helping to permanently reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Skin discolorations are also whisked away. You’ll see noticeable improvement, leaving you with soft, silky, renewed skin!

CO2 Laser Resurfacing

The newest generation of pulsed CO2 lasers delivers short bursts of extremely high-energy laser light. This revolutionary technology actually vaporizes the undesired skin tissue one layer at a time, revealing fresh skin underneath. A good candidate is typically one who has developed severe, significant facial lines and wrinkling, facial scars or uneven pigmentation they wish to correct. This technology allows the laser skin resurfacing treatment to provide some of the most dramatic, age defying results possible. The best way to find out if you are a candidate is to schedule a physician consultation.

Laser Tattoo Removal

Q-Switch (ruby laser) is minimally ablative — used primarily to remove pigment without damaging the surrounding tissue. Takes at least 6-8 treatments to see the desired results. May also be used to remove freckling, sun-damage spots, birthmarks and actinic keratoses.

Chemical Peels

Dead cells are exfoliated, which stimulates the production of new healthy cells allowing the skin’s own clarity and tightness to resurface. Chemical peels can assist in treating acne, sun damage, fine lines, hyperpigmentation and uneven skin tone. We carry a variety of peels our aestheticians will determine which peel is best for your skin type.

  • Glycolic Peels up to 70% For age prevention, fine lines, wrinkles and lack luster skin
  • Salicylic Peels up to 30% For acne conditions and oilier skin types
  • AFA Amino Acid Peels up to 60% For sensitive skin types, to help exfoliate dead skin cells with less irritation


SilkPeel's Dermalinfusion is a procedure that provides both non-invasive exfoliation and delivery of skin-specific topical solutions, leaving patients with fresher-feeling and better-looking skin. SilkPeel is safe and painless, allowing patients to achieve optimum results on an accelerated basis without the complications and discomfort usually associated with invasive procedures.

For the Patient, the SilkPeel:

  • Goes beyond microdermabrasion by providing simultaneous exfoliation and Dermalinfusion topical delivery treatment
  • Performs a painless, soothing treatment
  • Delivers noticeable near-term results and lasting skin improvement
  • Allows an immediate return to normal activities
  • Offers a choice of topical formulations to address each person's unique skin care needs
  • Eliminates the risk and health concerns of aluminum-based crystals