Laser Hair Removal

The laser projects a carefully modulated diode laser beam at the targeted hair follicles. The light’s energy is absorbed by color pigment in the hair follicle and converted into heat, disabling the follicle and its ability to regrow.

Lipoma Removal

A lipoma is a small growth of fatty tissue beneath the skin. This type of benign tumor is usually harmless and removed very easily under local anesthesia.

Mole Removal

Can be removed either through shaving or excision. The surgeon will apply a local anesthetic and remove the mole. Bandaid is used to cover the incision, no stitches needed.

Scar Revision

Surgically removing an old scar and treating the new scar with Embrace Scar Therapy, laser resurfacing, or injections.

Microneedling

This treatment can initiate the skins repair process to naturally produce collage and elastin in the skin. This treatment can help smooth fine line, wrinkles, acne scares and stretch marks.

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Picosure Laser Tattoo Removal

Which effectively removes difficult tattoo inks and also treats previously treated tattoos. This latest technology in laser treatment offers fewer treatments, faster recovery time and better skin clearance.

Cellulite Laser Treatment

Laser cellulite reduction (the FDA cleared treatment is called Cellulaze) uses a tiny laser probe, which is inserted just beneath the skin through a small incision. This laser heats the tissues beneath the skin’s surface: releases some of the fibrous septae, reduce thickness of the subcutaneous fat layer stimulates collagen production, and improve skin texture and elasticity.

Chemical Peel

A chemical peel is a technique used to improve the appearance of the skin on the face, neck or hands. A chemical solution is applied to the skin that causes it to exfoliate and eventually peel off. The new, regenerated skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin. The new skin is also temporarily more sensitive to the sun.