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Laser Treatment Specialist

Sonoma Skin Works -  - Dermatologist

Sonoma Skin Works

Dermatologists & Medical Spa located in Frisco, TX

Addressing aging skin is easy with the vast array of solutions, including the Sciton Laser, available at Sonoma Skin Works in Frisco, TX.

Laser Treatment Q & A

What are the laser treatment options at Sonoma Skin Works in Frisco, TX?

Learn more about the specific laser treatment options that Sonoma Skin Works offers by clicking here. Please contact our office if you do not see the laser treatment you are looking for. 

What is a laser treatment?

Lasers are being used in more and more cosmetic practices for amazing results. A special kind of light is focused onto the treatment area. Unlike most light sources, the laser light is tuned to very specific wavelengths allowing it to be focused into powerful beams for the best possible treatment. It passes through the skin and is then absorbed by the water in the damaged collagen of your skin. This action allows the laser light to evaporate the very fine layers of the skin, resulting in diminishing the look of wrinkles or other unwanted textures. The laser has the ability to selectively treat the problem areas allowing the surrounding skin to be minimally affected resulting in little to no irritation to the skin. It is fast, effective, comfortable, and affordable, with no downtime.

Who can benefit from laser treatments?

Anyone with an interest in reducing the signs of aging, diminishing scars, reversing sun damage, and more can benefit from laser skin treatments. Treatments using the Sciton laser are fast, safe, and effective and designed to treat:

  • Excess and unwanted dark facial and body hair
  • Wrinkles, fine lines, and other signs of aging
  • Unsightly spider veins and capillaries
  • Troublesome acne

What is the Sciton Laser Treatment?

The Sciton Laser is the latest treatment in skin rejuvenation. Using short-pulsed lasers to remove the outer layers of the skin, it provides excellent results in a smoother skin appearance. Treatment can be delivered anywhere from 10-50 microns depending on the strength needed for patients' unique skin tone and type. The setting of 10 microns is the equivalent of approximately four to six microdermabrasion treatments. The depth of the laser will also determine the optimum number of treatments.