Get Perfect Skin with CO2 Laser Treatments in Los Angeles

Posted on January 7, 2015 by:

Anyone Can Have Perfect Skin with the CO2 Fractional Laser

The CO2 Fractional Laser is one of the greatest invention and therapies ever implemented for the reduction of wrinkles, fine lines, and other skin imperfections. The CO2 Fractural Laser makes anyone look younger without any invasive surgeries or painful microderm abrasion therapies.

Regular CO2 lasers have been a go to for dermatologists for over two decades. This treatment is used to treat extensive skin pigmentation in patients. However, the recent development of the CO2 Fractional Laser allows Drs. and patients to experience dramatic results with less risk and better results.

Using fractional laser technology, MetroMD uses a small, direct, column of lasers to specifically targeted areas on the skin. CO2 Fractional Lasers use Lumenis Ultrapulse (a fractional carbon dioxide laser), that is able to be used on all different skin types. These lasers are so small; they can effectively be used only on the effected skin area, thereby not damaging the skin around the area. Aside from getting rid of embarrassing pigment issues, these CO2 Fractional Lasers are also used to eliminate lines, scars, and rough skin. The patient is left with smooth, youthful skin.

This treatment also stimulates collagen growth, which is essential to helping the skin maintain a luminous glow and smoothness. The treatments generally last up to six months, but can be repeated as often as every few months to keep issues at bay.

MetroMD is knowledgeable and up to date on the latest CO2 Fractional Laser procedures and information. They will be by your side every step of the way and help you implement the best plan, based on your skincare needs. They also have other methods that can be used in conjunction with CO2 Fractional Laser treatments. Give MetroMD a call today.

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