Looking younger is a common goal among cosmetic dermatology patients, and the PicoSure laser is a newer and more advanced way to achieve it. PicoSure Focus laser rejuvenation is a non-surgical procedure that can reduce wrinkles, scars, and blemishes on the face and body. Glow skincare by Angela and the team can improve the overall health of your skin with extreme precision, especially in more delicate areas of the face. Our PicoSure Focus employs a novel method of action that has produced results comparable to non-ablative and even ablative lasers with no patient discomfort, downtime, or preparation time. Many people notice a significant improvement in their skin tone after just one PicoSure treatment, though multiple treatments are often necessary to achieve the best results. The PicoSure laser emits laser energy in ultra-short bursts. These ultra-short energy bursts cause a tissue reaction in the skin, which results in a reduction in pigmented skin lesions, wrinkle-smoothing, acne, and other scar improvements, as well as an increase in collagen and elastin. This results in skin that is brighter, smoother, and younger-looking.
The FDA has approved the procedure to treat a wide range of skin imperfections, including:
Our PicoSure uses a FOCUS Lens Array, which precisely targets just above the dermal-epidermal junction to the level where it is most effective in minimizing wrinkles and pigmentation in the shortest period of time. These fractionated laser beams (measured in picoseconds, or one trillionth of a second) are faster than previous lasers. In addition, the PicoSure laser uses pressure waves rather than heat to break up pigmentation.
This problematic skin condition, often caused by fluctuating hormones or excessive sun exposure, results in a pigmentation disorder with brown or gray patches on the face. Melasma is frequently aggravated by the laser energy used in traditional skin rejuvenation treatments. The PicoSure Laser is a novel treatment option for melasma because it does not generate thermal heat, so it does not "burn" the pigment but rather "shatters" it with pressure energy. Without heat, there is no danger of causing additional skin inflammation.
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