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8-411 Huronia Rd., Barrie, Ontario L4N9B3, Canada
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Treating just parts of the face takes about 30 to 45 minutes. A full-face treatment takes up to two hours. Following the laser procedure, our specialist will bandage the treated areas. After 24 hours, you will need to clean the treated areas four to five times a day and then apply an ointment such as petroleum jelly to prevent scabs from forming.
Swelling after laser skin treatment/resurfacing is normal. Sleeping on an extra pillow at night can also ease swelling.
Laser skin treatment or resurfacing may not produce perfect skin but it can improve the appearance of your skin.
Fine lines and wrinkles are a product of aging. Lines around the mouth and eyes are targets for laser skin resurfacing.
Eliminating brown spots and correcting skin pigmentation will leave you with a more even, balanced skin tone.
Laser skin resurfacing can enhance skin tone. It encourages the production of new collagen in the treated areas. Also, it promotes more collagen absorption in the surrounding, untreated areas. More youthful look would be the result of a treatment.
Acne scars are frustrating to deal with. Scars due to accidents or surgeries can also affect your appearance. Laser skin resurfacing is a great option for minimizing scars and reducing their visibility.
Blood vessels are unwanted blemishes usually caused by sun exposure, skin irritations, or other factors such as hormones or alcoholism. These spider veins can often be removed in one or two sessions.
Large pores make your skin uneven and bumpy. Laser skin resurfacing treatments can make enlarged pores appear much smaller, making your skin appear smooth and even. The effects are generally long lasting.
Laser skin treatment or resurfacing is considered a cosmetic procedure. Most medical insurance will not cover it. There may be an exception if you get the procedure to modify scars or remove precancerous growths on your skin.
Talk with your insurance company before the procedure about what the costs will be and what insurance will pay for.