Say goodbye to scars and stretch marks and return the smooth appearance of your skin.
Using the newest microfractional laser available, Dr. Brian Humphreys and his staff can now reduce or even eliminate scars and stretch marks.
Whether it’s an acne or surgery scar or the stretch marks are from pregnancy or weight loss, this new laser provides a fast, simple procedure that provides individuals with long lasting results that an include clear, smooth and touchable skin.
Fractional Laser Resurfacing is a form of photorejuvenation that combined with intense pulsed light to treat stretch marks and scars. Pulses of fractional laser light are used to break down stretch marks and scars, triggering new tissue production at the site and helping improve stretch mark color. The new collagen can leave stretch marks smoother in texture and reduce the appearance of the stretch mark on the skin.
“With just a few treatments using our newest laser, we can reduce or possibly eliminate scars and stretch marks,” Dr. Humphreys said.
These new lasers will remove skin more precisely, layer by layer, with minimal disturbance to the surrounding skin, Dr. Humphreys said. Plus this new laser treatment is appropriate for any skin type, including the very light and very dark skin.
A procedure can be performed in as little as 30 minutes, depending on the size of the treatment area,” he said, adding. Most people feel minimal discomfort during the treatment, and Dr. Humphreys will discuss and explain the procedure.
These new treatment options are simple, quick and easy. In most cases, patients return to work or their normal daily activities immediately following the treatment.
To fully treat the scar or stretch marks, a schedule of three to five treatment sessions may be needed. Dr. Humphreys consults with each personal individually to plan a treatment that is designed specifically for their needs.
For a consultation and to find out more information about the newest laser, contact Dr. Humphreys at 936-699-3141, visit his office at 121 Gaslight Medical Parkway in Lufkin.