CO2 Fractional Laser Treatment in Los Angeles & Bakersfield, CA
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CO2 Fractional Laser Treatment
Skin that looks rough or that has an uneven tone might not need surgical treatment, but can still be adding years to your age. A CO2 Fractional Laser treatment can soften the look of your skin and create a more even appearance. Dr. Kerendian, Los Angeles CO2 Fractional Laser treatment expert uses this advanced technology to unveil fresh, healthy new skin even in delicate areas around the eyes and lips.
Dr. Kerendian, expert in CO2 Fractional Laser treatment in Los Angeles may recommend Laser resurfacing if you have minor skin concerns, such as:
• Acne scars
• Sun damage
• Fine lines and wrinkles
• Liver spots
• Yellow or gray skin tones
• Lifeless or dull-looking skin
• Enlarged pores or oil glands
• Aging skin
If you are a candidate for laser skin resurfacing, Dr. Kerendian, Los Angeles CO2 Fractional Laser treatment expert, will use a special CO2 laser to send short, concentrated beams of light into your skin. The CO2 laser focuses only on the irregular skin for a precise, targeted approach that does not irritate or affect the healthy skin. The laser removes the outer layer of skin and stimulates collagen production. After the peel, your new skin will be firmer, smoother and healthier looking.
Dr. Kerendian, expert in CO2 Fractional Laser treatment in Los Angeles, can use the CO2 laser to reduce or eliminate many skin concerns, including fine lines, blotches, scars, birthmarks, discolorations, and some types of tumors. We can use the laser on your face or on your hands, neck, and décolletage. The laser’s strength can even be adjusted for completely customized results.
Although the CO2 Fractional Laser treatment is a minimally invasive procedure, you may need some downtime as your skin heals. Some redness can occur for a few weeks after the treatment, but the results can last from five to seven years. You can maximize your results with continued use of appropriate skin care products as recommended by Dr. Kerendian. Laser resurfacing can be used on its own or in conjunction with carefully chosen treatments or procedures as a part of a makeover.
Call us today to learn more about your facial plastic surgery options or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Kerendian.