Pearl Laser – The gold standard for skin rejuvenation with 3 levels
Pearl Laser is a treatment, with 3 variations, that will dramatically reduce lines, wrinkles, scars, and uneven pigmentation resulting from acne, aging, or sun damage. These laser treatments restore tone and glow to your face through the formation of a completely new skin layer.
Changes associated with aging and sun exposure (photo-aging) such as: fine lines, wrinkles, rough blotchy patches, and deep expression lines are suitable for treatment with Pearl. These skin concerns are accelerated by sun exposure and aging, but also by smoking, alcohol, and atmospheric pollution.
There are three levels of treatment with Pearl – Resurfacing, Fractional, and Fusion, which is a combination of Pearl Resurfacing and Pearl Fractional. For a general idea on pricing, please visit our online store. The first step, if you are considering Pearl Laser, is to schedule a consultation to discuss you skin concerns and skin goals.
The length of time required for your treatment will depend on the number of areas to be treated. Treatments time typically includes an hour of numbing and 30-60 minutes for treatment.
The three variations of Pearl Laser are considered the “gold standard” for treatment of scarred skin, producing amazing improvement in the appearance of the treated scars. Scars from chicken pox, acne, surgery, and others types of scars as well as unwanted dark spots and pigmentation on the skin from age and sun damage are all ideal concerns to treat with Pearl Laser.
Pearl Laser Resurfacing
Pearl Laser Resurfacing treatments offers superior skin rejuvenation with only three to four days of recovery/downtime. Areas that can be treated include the face, hands, neck, and upper chest. This laser resurfacing treatment addresses all of the most common aging related and sun damage skin concerns including:
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Smooth uneven skin texture
- Pigmentation and discolorations
- Repair sun damage
- Reducing pore size
- Improving overall youthful glow
- Improving softness
Pearl Laser Fractional
Pearl Fractional targets deeper than the Resurfacing above and is for patients with a higher level of aging and/or UV damage. Fractional features a controlled thermal zone, meaning this treatment can truly hone in on the specific skin concern. Common concerns this laser treats are reducing dark spots caused by sun damage and aging, hyperpigmentation / hypopigmentation, smoothing out your complexion, and evening out skin tone.
Some people require only one Fractional treatment, but others may need more in order to achieve the results they are looking for with the treatment. At your consultation, your medical provider will give you a recommendation based on an analysis of your skin.
The lightening of dark spots results will appear about a week after your treatment. You will be asked to avoid wearing make-up for about 5-7 days after any Pearl treatment and must be extremely careful in the sun, wearing sunscreen and meticulously following the aftercare plan you will be provided with at the beginning of your treatment session.
All of your questions on recovery time, aftercare, and results will be discussed during your consultation, which we recommend as a starting point, if you are considering a Pearl Laser treatment.
Pearl Laser Fusion
Resurfacing + Fractional = Pearl Laser Fusion
Combining both Pearl Laser Resurfacing and Pearl Laser Fractional, Fusion offers the premier solution for rejuvenating skin and restoring your youthful glow. The treatment combination is perfect for enlarged pores, photo-aging, wrinkles, scarring, and skin laxity. By treating both the outer most surface of the skin in combination with the deeper layers of the skin in one treatment session, the results far exceed any other resurfacing treatment by treating the inner and outer layers of the skin, as some damage to skin goes deeper than the surface. Following a treatment or series of treatments with Fusion, the skin surface will be dramatically refreshed as this treatment helps to renew the dermis.
As recovery time with Fusion is longer, the results are more dramatic and address more serious skin concerns. Again, we recommend a consultation with one of our medical providers to determine which treatment is right for you.