The best laser therapy option for you depends on your unique goals. Our EVEXIAS aestheticians may recommend one or a combination of laser therapy treatments to address your health, aesthetic and anti-aging concerns.
An AcuPulse laser skin resurfacing procedure may be a good option for patients looking for dramatic improvements to skin texture and tone in a single session— with minimal downtime. AcuPulse may be used to address:
Gentle and non-invasive, IPL laser treatments can be used to address a number of aesthetic concerns—with minimal downtime. IPL may be used to treat pigmentation issues and other aesthetic concerns, including:
The only true fractional non-ablative laser technology in the market, ResurFX offers one-pass skin resurfacing, which reduces treatment time, while protecting the skin. ResurFX helps improve skin texture, providing smoother, more radiant skin.
A combination of IPL (intense pulse light) and ResurFX technologies, the PhotoFractional treatment is recommended for patients who seek improvement in both skin texture and tone.
To minimize the appearance of leg veins and vascular lesions, our aestheticians may recommend treatment with the Multi-Spot Nd-YAG laser. This laser technology allows for deeper tissue penetration and overall longer pulse duration. The Multi-Spot laser also employs sequential pulsing and cooling technology between pulses to enhance patient comfort, while minimizing the risk of tissue damage.
FemTouchTM CO2 fractional laser is a non-surgical, non-hormonal, minimally-invasive, laser vaginal rejuvenation treatment designed to restore vaginal health. This in-office, FDA-approved procedure triggers collagen production to stimulate the growth of healthy, new vaginal tissue. FemTouch may be used to:
By utilizing Q-Switched Nd-YAG technology, our aestheticians can remove dark tattoos and pigmented lesions by safely targeting and shattering the ink or pigment underneath the skin. The Stellar M22 Nd-YAG laser’s “Top Hat” beamed profile helps enhance the safety and efficacy of this tattoo removal treatment.
Brown or grayish-brown patches of skin can develop on the forehead, cheeks, nose and chin due to pregnancy, birth control pills or sun exposure. While this condition often resolves on its own, some patients with melasma require treatment to remove skin patches. The Nd-YAG Q-Switched laser can be used to target pigmentation issues associated with melasma.