MicroLaser Peel FAQ’s

What is the Micro Laser Peel?
It is an intra-epidermal laser peel that precisely ablates the outermost layers of the skin.  The procedure is individually tailored to the nature of the condition to be corrected.  Skin conditions such as: wrinkles, acne scars, keratosis, or pigmentary problems have been very successfully treated with a MicroLaser Peel.

Who should consider a Micro Laser Peel?
If you are looking for more than microdermabrasion or light chemical peels, and have little time for a prolonged healing process, then the MicroLaserPeel was designed for you.

How is the Micro LaserPeel different from Microdermabrasion?
Generally, microdermabrasion only removes the stratum corneum (10 microns).  The MicroLaser Peel is a partial-to-full epidermal peel (20-50) microns) and is performed with topical anesthetic.  Because this procedure ablates deeper into the epidermis, it is the perfect step between microdermabrasion and full skin resurfacing.

How many Micro Laser Peels can be done?
Typically, the procedure is repeated 2-4 times, spaced 6-8 weeks apart, but many peels may be done to achieve the desired result.