Myths & Facts on Laser skin Resurfacing

Over the past decade Laser Skin Resurfacing has increased in popularity as well as in options for treatments. At Winter Park Laser & Anti-Aging Center in Orlando we have used Fractional ablative and non-ablative laser resurfacing for four years. There are many questions, concerns, and myths associated with this treatment as it has evolved throughout the years. This is due mainly to the innovation of not only ablative, but fractional ablative, fractional non-ablative, Co2, erbium and more options for laser skin resurfacing.

The New Non-Surgical Facelift-Laser Skin Resurfacing

Over the past decades while cosmetic procedures have only increased, the number of non-invasive procedures is far outweighing the the surgical procedures. As more people are working, they do not have the time for "down time", risks of infections or the other risks involved with actual surgery. This is why many people are not turning to lasers to tighten, lift & rejuvenate skin on the face.

Men are Anti-Aging for Love

“Men are starting to get concerned with their physical appearance, and it is only becoming more popular, many laser treatments like ablative or non-ablative fractional laser resurfacing or IPL (intense pulsed light) photo-facials to erase sun damage and wrinkles are very popular”

Non-Surgical Facelift Option with Laser Skin Resurfacing

Over the past few decades, lasers are increasing with new technology and capabilities in the cosmetic industry giving plastic surgery a "face-lift" of it's own with more non-surgical options for skin tightening and wrinkles. While ablative fractional laser resurfacing has been around for a few years, Palomar medical recently received the first FDA approval for a combination bloodless ablative & non-ablative fractional laser resurfacing treatment.