You’re on a mission to achieve the perfect complexion – but those brown spots dotted on your face is holding you back. Whether you worshipped the sun when you were younger or didn’t wear enough sunscreen, hyperpigmentation –brown spots from uneven skin texture and sun damage – has marred your skin.
And you’re ready to reclaim it!
Introducing CO2 Laser Resurfacing
Serving the greater Orange County area, Song Plastic Surgery – founded by Kyle Song, MD – specializes in innovative treatments designed to reduce the appearance of uneven skin texture and hyperpigmentation. The most effective laser treatment for hyperpigmentation, in Dr. Song’s opinion, is the CO2 laser, which is used to resurface the skin to reveal a glowing new complexion.
The CO2 laser works by removing the top most layer of skin, which helps reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation. Not only does the CO2 laser reveal younger and fresher-looking skin; it can also reduce the appearance of the following complexion woes:
- Acne scars
- Sun spots
- Age spots
- Fine lines
- And more!
So what can you expect from your treatment?
Your CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing Session
Your laser skin resurfacing session will be held in the office, and last anywhere from fifteen to thirty minutes. If you have any specific problem areas, those will be treated first. For example, if you have any wrinkles around your eyes and mouth that you’d like treated, those will be targeted first.
It’s vital to follow after-care instructions. In general, your recovery time will take about one week. There may be pinkness of the skin for another 4 weeks, but this is concealable with makeup. You’ll also need to clean the treated area several times each day and apply petroleum jelly to prevent scabs. After the two-week period, you’ll notice fresher, younger-looking skin that’s free from brown spots and hyperpigmentation.
Call (949) 701-4454 for more information on the CO2 laser resurfacing treatment, schedule a consultation at Song Plastic Surgery in Irvine, CA today. Song Plastic Surgery also serves the greater Orange County area.