Treating Rosacea with Advanced Laser Technology
Millions of people live with rosacea—a skin disorder that causes redness, dryness, and acne-like pimples to form on the face. This condition can be mild or extremely severe. Fortunately, there are many effective therapies available, including advanced laser and light-based techniques. Our skilled physician, Dr. Shehla Ebrahim, and experienced laser technicians offer non-invasive and non-ablative Laser Genesis and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatments at our well-equipped and luxurious practice.
The most important factor to remember with rosacea is that your skin is already compromised and irritated, and ablative lasers can make the condition worse.
The Laser Genesis treatment system can improve skin tone and texture from deep within the skin. Laser Genesis goes above and beyond rosacea treatment by also helping to reduce the appearance of common signs of aging. Additionally, you may be able to see some immediate results, as well as more comprehensive improvement over time.
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is another popular option for treating rosacea. Also called photorejuvenation, this light-based technology is similarly non-ablative. With this approach, pulses of light will be delivered deep into the skin, effectively providing a more refreshed, rejuvenated and youthful appearance. After a series of light treatments, the visible redness of Rosacea will be diminished.
Broadband Light (BBL) treatment can also provide similar medical and cosmetic benefits.
When you arrive for your initial complimentary consultation, Dr. Ebrahim will develop a customized treatment plan that is tailored to your unique needs and goals. Several sessions may be necessary to optimize your outcome, which she will discuss with you before beginning.
For more information about treating rosacea with the latest technology, or to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Ebrahim, please contact us today. We are offering 50% off IPL treatments that are completed before January 30th, 2016. Details and restrictions available at reception.