Laser Skin Resurfacing

Fractional Laser Skin Resurfacing

Anti-aging Breakthrough of the Decade

Fractional laser skin resurfacing at Medical Day Spa of Chapel Hill reverses the signs of aging. This state-of-the-art treatment corrects wrinkles, sun damage, acne scars, stretch marks, age spots, hyperpigmentation, blemishes and uneven skin tone. At our Chapel Hill, NC medical spa, fractional laser resurfacing by Dr. Berger will improve the health and appearance of your skin. WebMD calls CO2 fractional laser skin resurfacing “the anti-aging breakthrough of the decade“.

How it Works

The natural aging process, combined with exposure to sun and pollution, destroys collagen — the main protein of connective tissue that keeps skin plump and line-free. Laser resurfacing uses microscopic beams of light to put the body’s natural collagen production on fast-forward. This non-invasive procedure produces microthermal healing zones – tiny dots or pixel-like areas – through the depth of the skin. These stimulate new collagen synthesis that will give your skin a more youthful, vibrant appearance and feeling.

What it Can Treat

Fractional laser resurfacing can treat a wide variety of skin conditions including wrinkles, acne scars, sun damage, age spots, hyperpigmentation, and lax skin.

What to Expect

Since fractional laser skin resurfacing is non-surgical, there are only a few days of downtime following your treatment. Improvement will be apparent within a week. The full benefit after fractional skin resurfacing takes 2 to 3 months. Collagen remodeling and skin tightening results in smoother, firmer, healthier skin.

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CO2 Fractional Laser – The “Gold Standard”

At Medical Day Spa of Chapel Hill, we have the Quanta fractional CO2 laser that optimizes collagen remodeling and skin rejuvenation.

Give your skin the care it deserves. For more information about fractional laser resurfacing, call Medical Day Spa of Chapel Hill  at (919) 904-7111.

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