The rise in the popularity of alternatives to traditional cosmetic surgery has led to new and innovative procedures. One such procedure is Aerolase LightPod Neo, a gentle and versatile laser that can improve the skin in a variety of ways. It involves targeting pigment and water in the skin with laser light energy – a process that doesn’t impact the skin directly, drastically reducing downtime.
The procedure helps improve the condition of your skin by stimulating collagen, reducing the appearance of fine lines, and reducing acne scars, stretch marks, and hyperpigmentation. Here are some important things to know about Aerolase LightPod Neo at Trillium Creek Dermatology.
Aerolase LightPod Neo works by targeting melanin, hemoglobin, or water in the skin. By targeting these things with laser light energy, it can generate heat and stimulate new collagen production, destroy pigmentation, and kill acne-causing bacteria. It can also be used to remove a variety of non-cancerous skin lesions and growths.
There are virtually no side effects with Aerolase LightPod Neo. Because it’s a very gentle laser that doesn’t impact the skin itself, you can return to your regular schedule right away.
Aerolase LightPod Neo is very low risk even for darker skin tones that might otherwise experience complications with laser technologies. This makes it a great option for almost anyone.
There’s no recovery time associated with Aerolase LightPod Neo, and you can return to your regular schedule right away. We recommend a package of treatments spaced a few weeks apart to fully treat your skin and maintain your results.
Several factors determine the final cost of Aerolase LightPod Neo. The type of treatment, the number of treatments, and the treatment area may all affect the total cost. You’ll be given a full estimate of your treatment package costs by our team during your consultation.
Trillium Creek Dermatology is one of the leading skincare centers in Medina, Wooster, Brunswick, and Wadsworth, OH. To meet with our experienced skincare experts, contact our office by calling or filling out our online form.