The Icon™ laser is a safe, gentle, non-invasive option to rejuvenate your skin in a comfortable office setting. Wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, scars, and other skin issues diminish, giving your skin a fresher, more youthful appearance.
Unlike traditional solutions that rely on invasive techniques that leave you feeling out of your element while you heal, surgery-free laser therapy is a minimally-invasive, safe and effective treatment method that can help you achieve your cosmetic goals.
Surgery-free laser therapy is a revolutionary cosmetic treatment alternative. The therapy uses laser energy strategically placed beneath the skin in the treatment area, such as the lower face and neck.
This energy tightens the skin and removes fat for a virtually instant, long-lasting sculpt. This rejuvenation technique is also effective when used in combination with other aesthetic treatment solutions to help you achieve desired results.
Because of its flexibility as a standalone or combination treatment, laser therapy is ideal for individuals that aren’t ready for a surgical facelift or those that have had one, but want even better results. The treatment is most effective when used to target the beginning signs of aging, such as:
Because laser therapy is a non-surgical procedure, the risks of the treatment are minimal for most patients. Prior to treatment, our doctors will discuss your needs and goals and evaluate your unique situation to determine whether the therapy is right for you.
If it is, they will discuss any potential risks to keep you informed about your treatment. In most cases, however, laser therapy is a completely and highly effective cosmetic treatment to achieve a firmer, more youthful appearance.
How long the effects of your laser therapy treatment will last depends on your circumstances, but typically they can be expected to last for up to two years on average. Our doctors are happy to discuss the benefits of laser therapy with you to help you determine whether the treatment is the right solution for your goals.
Aside from being a surgery-free alternative to a surgical facelift, laser therapy offers a host of benefits. By using laser therapy to reverse the signs of aging in your facial features, you can benefit from:
While laser therapy is often used to target the first signs of aging, surgical facelifts are most appropriate for noticeable skin laxity and deeper lines, creases or wrinkles. A facelift can address more advanced signs of aging, including loose skin on the facial structure or even the development of jowls.
For many individuals, combining the two treatments may be the best way to address all of their cosmetic concerns. In these cases, a facelift may be used first to rid the face of the deeper, more noticeable signs of aging, with laser therapy being used as a second treatment to target the finer lines for an even smoother, younger appearance.
Because the treatment is most ideal for patients in the beginning stages of aging, it may not be the most suitable solution for everyone; however, due to its flexibility, laser therapy may still be an effective treatment solution for a wide variety of aesthetic concerns.
To determine whether laser therapy is right for you and your specific cosmetic goals, talk to our doctors at Family Health Care Aesthetics.
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