CO2 Laser Resurfacing

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What Is CO2 Laser Resurfacing?

Our Acupulse fractional CO2 laser resurfacing is used to improve texture, wrinkles, and blotchiness on the neck, chest, arms and legs, giving you more youthful, smoother, younger-looking skin. Our CO2 laser treatment handles it all! This NEW CO2 laser has come a long way since the CO2 lasers of the past.

What Can Be Treated With Our New CO2 Laser Resurfacing Device

If you are bothered by any of the following issues, the CO2 treatment might be for you:

  • Fine lines
  • Moderate – deep wrinkles
  • Sun damage
  • Acne scars
  • Dark spots
  • Large pores

This laser excels at treating deeper wrinkles, textural changes from sun damage, wrinkles, blotchiness, acne scars, and surgical or traumatic scars. It can be used on the delicate eyelid skin and around the mouth.

What Cannot Be Treated With Our CO2 Laser Resurfacing Device?

Our CO2 laser does NOT treat skin for issues of redness including: dilated blood vessels (telangectasias), or that reddish blotchy discoloration on the neck (poikiloderma). The CO2 laser also does not treat veins.

What Is The Downtime With Our New CO2 Laser Resurfacing Device

This CO2 Laser treatments has an average 6-7 day downtime.

How Does CO2 Laser Resurfacing Work?

CO2 laser resurfacing, sometimes called fractionated CO2 laser skin resurfacing, delivers a precise beam of energy in a grid fashion, with no damage to the surrounding skin. These tiny concentrated beams of heat energy stimulate collagen production and remove damaged skin cells.

We are thrilled to have the brand new Lumenis Acupulse Laser. We feel this new technology is the best, and the gold standard in CO2 laser resurfacing treatments. This cutting-edge laser allows for precise treatment levels and depths, which allows us to uniquely tailor the treatment specifically for each patient.

At The Medspa at Walden Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center, our patients love the incredible anti-aging, rejuvenation results from this CO2 laser treatment. Its ability to erase years from your appearance without surgery has made this one of the most popular skin rejuvenating treatments Austin has available.

What Happens During A CO2 Laser Resurfacing Treatment?

Our experienced laser skin care providers will pass the laser over the skin, delivering pulses that last 2-3 seconds.

How Long Does A CO2 Laser Resurfacing Treatment Take?

A CO2 Laser resurfacing treatment typically takes between 30 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the areas treated.

Are There Any Side Effects To CO2 Laser Resurfacing?

Side effects and healing time may vary, but swelling, redness, light peeling and mild skin crusting are to be expected. Redness normally lasts for a couple of weeks. At your pre-treatment consultations, our laser specialists will ensure you are fully informed of the extent of your procedure, the recovery period and how soon you will be able to see the full results of your skin resurfacing in Austin, Texas.

Gorgeous Skin Can Be Yours!

You don’t need to live with skin imperfections that make you feel bad about how you look! CO2 laser resurfacing can help to rejuvenate your skin and restore a more youthful complexion.

To find out how CO2 laser resurfacing can help you achieve the flawless skin you deserve, schedule a consultation today at The Medspa at Walden Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center to learn more about having the most effective CO2 laser treatment Austin has to offer!

To find out if a fractionated CO2 laser treatment in Austin is right for you, contact us to schedule a consultation.



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