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Lasers make it possible to perform high-precision and often painless procedures to remove unwanted hair and reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, scars, uneven pigmentation, stretch marks, birthmarks, port wine stains and vascular lesions. Other uses of lasers include facial skin resurfacing, smoothing acne scars, rejuvenation of aging skin, removal of warts and moles, freckles, tattoos, treatment of liver spots, facial capillaries and leg veins. See our lasers listed below:
This innovative, minimally-invasive laser device helps treat discomforts associated with with vaginal atrophy.
Designed to remove unwanted hair, Apogee laser treatments can be highly customized for optimal results.
With its built-in cooling system, the Ruby hair removal laser decreases patient discomfort during treatment.
The Soprano hair removal system uses multiple wavelengths to deliver a faster, more effective results.
The dual wavelength Gemini laser can be used treat vascular and pigmented lesions, including port-wine stains and dark spots on the face and hands.
Often used to address rosacea and birthmarks, the KTP laser can also breakup freckles and age spots.
Versatile and effective, the Lyra laser can address leg and facial veins, as well as a range of of other skin imperfections.
The MedLite laser safely lightens sun spots and brown pigments and improves uneven skin tone, including melasma. It can also be used for tattoo removal.
The STRATAPEN MicroSystem is micropigmentation or “semi-permanent makeup” device, designed to improve that appearance of thin eyebrows or enhance an uneven hairline.
The Eclipse MicroPen is an advanced microneedling pen that can reduce the appearance of fine lines, acne scars, and discocloration.
Excellent for sun-damages and acne-scarred skin, the Erbrium laser is an advanced skin resurfacing procedure.
Best for mild-to-moderate wrinkles and sun-damaged skin, the YAG laser can also promote the help healing of scar tissue.