Hormone Health and ReGenerative Therapy offers a laser acne treatment that provides a comprehensive solution to the problem of acne. The laser safely penetrates the skin and effectively targets overactive sebaceous glands which reduces the risk of developing new acne inflammation. For improving the appearance of acne scars, we provide a gentle skin resurfacing procedure in which the laser beam is absorbed by the top microscopic layers of the skin to vaporize scarred tissue and stimulate the production of new collagen in the dermis.

Fast results, Without Side-Effects For active acne, our laser treatment reduces acne inflammation through photo-selective absorption and controlled heating effects. This high powered laser safely penetrates the skin to an optimal depth to thermally and selectively destroy overactive sebaceous glands. In addition to its thermal penetration effects, the  acne laser treatment also accelerates the healing process and stimulates collagen remodeling, an important step in the long-term treatment of acne.

Acne Scar Revision For treating problematic acne scars, the laser wavelength is ideal for gentle ablative scar revision. The laser safely and effectively provides the minimal penetration depth required for light resurfacing of acne-scarred skin, helping to improve skin texture and tone. Unlike chemical peels and dermabrasion, laser skin resurfacing allows the penetration depth to be precisely controlled. The laser gently vaporizes layers of the acne-scarred surface to reveal healthy, undamaged skin. Laser resurfacing is a fast, safe and simple procedure.

Acne Skincare Products Recommendations for acne skin care are based upon the severity of acne, presence of discoloration, age of patient, and probability of scarring with acne. Schedule a free consultation with one of our specialist who can create a treatment protocol specific to your needs. Products from Zo Medical and Zo Skin Health available.

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