Laser Skin Resurfacing

Get Smoother, More Youthful-Looking Skin with ProFractional Therapy or Halo in the Little Rock Area

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How Does Laser Skin Resurfacing Work?

The Halo hybrid fractional laser accomplishes laser skin resurfacing two ways. One method sends light energy through the surface to coagulate the existing collagen beneath, as well as trigger renewed collagen production for a smoother and tighter look.

The other method vaporizes tiny areas of the outermost layer of skin, creating numerous small points the body will then heal—which also improves the look, feel, and health of the skin overall. This is also the way ProFractional therapy works.

Patients can choose one or the other laser skin resurfacing option depending on the results they want and how much time they can devote to healing after. The laser skin resurfacing method that removes small points of skin is known as ablative, while the other is termed non-ablative.

The ablative and non-ablative technologies can also be combined into a single treatment with Halo to get the best of both options: a more dramatic laser skin resurfacing result with less healing time required.

Our experienced team will work directly with you to choose the laser resurfacing approach best suited for the current state of your skin and your cosmetic goals.

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Explore the versatility of laser skin resurfacing at the Little Rock area’s Dermatology Group of Arkansas.

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