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Elan MedSpa + Clinic

Skin & Scar Resurfacing in Waxahachie, Frisco & Sulphur Springs

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What is Laser Skin and Scar Resurfacing?

Laser skin resurfacing at Elan Med Spa & Clinic is a noninvasive aesthetic procedure that utilizes a combo of heat and ablation to exfoliate dead and damaged skin cells layer by layer using the state-of-the-art FemiLift Pixel CO2. The treatment is performed to address facial wrinkles and lines and to diminish skin flaws including pigmentation, acne scars, and more. Sometimes called a laser peel, laser skin resurfacing is considered a great treatment for patients who want clearer, softer, youthful-looking skin. Based on the condition of the skin type, the laser will be adjusted accordingly. There is a little recovery time needed with most laser skin resurfacing sessions. Any questions or concerns can be discussed with Dr. Darrel Pierce during your initial consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much does laser skin resurfacing cost?
A: Your laser resurfacing with FemiLift Pixel CO2 cost will vary depending on the treatment type you get. In your initial consultation, Dr. Pierce will ask about your concerns and goals before explaining the types of laser resurfacing available. After this, he can help you choose your treatment and discuss costs. Elan Med Spa & Clinic often runs treatment specials and packages, so ask about current specials in your appointment.

Q: How can I help my skin recover after a resurfacing treatment?
A: Dr. Pierce or someone on his staff will discuss ways to speed skin healing following your resurfacing treatment. With the technology of the FemiLift Pixel CO2, downtime is reduced a lot. The top rule does peel or pick flaking skin. This can create long-term damage including scars. You should skip all hair removal methods on the treated skin, which means no waxing, shaving, or depilatory creams. We will suggest an ointment to help soothe and heal treated areas.

Q: How often should I get laser resurfacing treatments?
A: Depending on the resurfacing options you and Dr. Pierce choose for your treatment, you might need to wait several weeks or even a few months between appointments. Deep treatments will provide longer-lasting results but will need more time for recovery. You should tell Dr. Pierce about how often you want to come back for treatments, so he can consider this when choosing a treatment plan in your consultation.

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